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Psalter fragment, circa 1225-1230 [manuscript]
Bib ID 2896978
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [ca.1225-1230] 
1 leaf : vellum ; 24 x 16.8 cm. 
Summary

Written in England. One leaf from a Psalter. Twenty long lines. Illuminated initial E in burnished gold filled in with blue and red tendrils, 18 versals of Lombardic type in red and blue alternately, and a variety of ornamental line-fillers in pinkish red or a soft blue. In deep black and red ink. Contents: Psalms 19, verses 7 to 14; Psalm 20, verses 1 to 9.

Notes

Manuscript reference: MS 6182.

The digitisation of this item was made possible by the generous financial support of donors to the Medieval Manuscripts Appeal (2014). The National Library of Australia gratefully acknowledges this support.

Subjects Psalters.  |  Manuscripts, Medieval.

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