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Illuminated Psalterium [13--] [manuscript]
Bib ID 2002511
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description [13--] 
5 cm. (1 v.) 
Summary

Psalterium, in Latin, from the 14th century. Written by hand on vellum by an English scribe. No foliation or pagination. Decoration is English in style. Bound in oak boards and the initial letters are in gold. Contents: Calendar; Psalter, breaking off 34v. at the end of vs. 5; Cantica; [Canticum Athanasii.]; Litany; Vigils of the Dead.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 1172.

Source of Acquisition Petherick collection. 
Cited In

K.V. Sinclair, Descriptive Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Western Manuscripts in Australia ; 1

Subjects Psalters - England - Early works to 1800.  |  Manuscripts, Latin - England - Early works to 1800.

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