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LUL MS.F.4.19: Missal (use of Rome), in Latin. Italy (northern Umbria?). Late 15th century.

Detail of MS.F.4.19: Missal (use of Rome), in Latin - opens full view of pagePhysical description: On parchment. i + 277 leaves, 350 x 250 mm.

Contents: With musical notation. Vertical catchwords.

Decoration: Framed Crucifixion picture on f.131v. Intials: 6-line historiated, colour on gold on f.190v (Annunciation) and 204v (James the Greater); 4-line on f.131v with penwork into margins; 2-line blue with red or red with violet; 1-line blue or red. Text capitals filled in yellow.

Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled brown leather binding over wooden boards; five bands and (missing) clasps upper to lower.

Provenance: 1895-1895: f.1 - 4575 and Milan 1/9/95.

Provenance: 1959-1959 Gift of Sir Charles Sydney Jones to the Department of Education, transferred to main University Library.


Published citations and unpublished notes

University of Liverpool MS file: note by Dr A.C. de la Mare, May 1978, "The better pen-flourished initials suggest the Veneto, but I am not absolutely sure about this."

Published descriptions

1983: N. R. Ker, Medieval manuscripts in British libraries (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983).