Book of hours produced in England, probably London, perhaps for a member of a religious confraternity or community. Includes calendar, Office of the Virgin (use of Sarum), Seven Penitential Psalms and incipits of the Gradual Psalms, litany, notated Office of the Dead (use of Sarum), and a variety of prayers. The musical notation in the Office of the Dead is unusual, as is the absence of the prayers Obsecro te and O intemerata. Evidence of use includes erasure of Thomas à Becket from calendar, erasures in text, and 17th-century additions in English to calendar.
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions -- Latin, Catholic Church, Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens, Illumination of books and manuscripts, Specimens, codices (bound manuscripts), books of hours, devotional calendars, illuminated manuscripts, Manuscripts Latin -- 15th century, Manuscripts Renaissance, Prayers, Devotional literature
Catholic Studies | Liturgy and Worship | Renaissance Studies
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Porter, Dot, "Collation Model for Ms. Codex 1063: [Book of hours] : [use of Sarum]." (2022). Collation Models. 126.