Digital Scriptorium
Previous
New York, Columbia University, Barnard College Library,  MS 3
Description: ff. 55 - Bound in eight paper wrappers in 1992 by Alexis Hagadorn; covers from original binding retained: in blind ruled leather over wooden boards with some of bosses still present.
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/MS3_16
Language: Latin Country: Portugal? Century: 16th

Part 1: ff. 1-55
Description: - Parchment - 408 x 330 mm - 7 lines of text and music.
Country: Portugal?Cardinal point:
Region: City:
Assigned Date: s. XVISearchable Date Range: 1500 - 1599
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Rounded gothic liturgical book hand.
Music: Square notation on 5-line red staves.
Other Decoration: Flourished and strapwork initials.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: ff. 1-55, but not continuous.
Title: Gradual
Language(s): Latin
Notes: From the sanctorale: Isidore, Michael archangel, Luke, All Saints, Martin, Clement, Catherine of Alexandria, Nicholas; from the temporale: Transfiguration, Holy Name. Settings of the Creed, Kyrie, Gloria, Agnus Dei. Introit is called "officium." 
Status of text: Fragment.
Not Available
f. 7v   Rubric in roman font, "In festo Dedicationis Ecclesiae."
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 10v   Rubric, "Credo lusitano," although present text (over erasure) corresponds to standard version.
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 11v   Line of Creed regarding incarnation, "Et homo factus est," in red ink.
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 22v   Rubric in gothic script, "In natali continentium Prosa."
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 29v   Flourished initials; Spanish lozenge-shaped line filler in rubric.
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 33v   Damaged initial, the height of 2 lines of text and music, with border design for the prose at the first Christmas mass (the highest ranking initial left in this manuscript).
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 40v   Hole from cut-out initial; modern stitched repair.
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 42v   Parted initial, 1-line, for the Kyrie for feasts of the Virgin.
View image

Download image

Not Available
f. 49   Alternating red and blue initials with penwork respectively in purple and red.
View image

Download image

Not Available
Binding   Most of metal furniture remaining, including the fore edge clasp.
View image

Download image

Not Available
Binding   Center boss damaged; remains of leather strap for fore edge clasp; blind ruled pattern on leather.
View image

Download image