Digital Scriptorium
New York, Columbia University, Barnard College Library,  MS 1
Description: pp. 308 - Quarter bound in leather over wooden boards in modern times but retaining some medieval furniture; rebacked. - Given to Barnard College in 1923 by Mary E. Larkin Joline (d. 1926).
Notes:-This manuscript on deposit in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, August 2010.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 11
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/MS1_16
Language: Latin Country: Italy Century: 14th

Part 1: pp. 1-308
Description: - Parchment - 551 x 384 mm - 7 lines of text and music.
Country: ItalyCardinal point:
Region: TuscanyCity: Siena?
Assigned Date: s. XIVmedSearchable Date Range: 1340 - 1360
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Formal gothic liturgical book hand.
Artist(s): Niccolò di ser Sozzo, attributed to
Music: Square notation on 4-line red staves.
Figurative Decoration: Four historiated initials.
Other Decoration: Painted and flourished initials.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: pp. 1-308
Title: Antiphonal
Language(s): Latin
Notes: Contains the common of saints, and the feasts of Corpus Christi, the translation of Francis (25 May), and Anthony of Padua (13 June). 
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p. 84   Painted initial.
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p. 107   Red and blue of flourished initials, as well as red of rubrics and staves, have held well; black ink of text, especially in areas of stress in lower right, has flaked off (flesh side).
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p. 114   Hierarchy of initials (with first response at matins ranking a 2-line painted initial); catchword in center lower margin.
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p. 132   Several lines of rubrics with text incipits in black.
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p. 140   Letter "I" occupying, as usual, a longer space than other initials of its rank (first response at matins).
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p. 189   Consecration of the Host.
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p. 211   Death of Francis; wear in historiated initial along the lines of the staves.
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p. 220   Stigmata of Francis, as Brother Leo watches.
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p. 253   Anthony holding book; red roman numeral "I" in outer margin to count this as the first of the nine responses.
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p. 277   Six settings of "Benedicamus domino" with parts of the fifth rewritten.
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p. 302   Part of music and text erased and rewritten, the latter in a highly stylized very late gothic script.
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