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New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections,  18 Western
Description: pp. 358 - Bound s. XVI in pigskin over bevelled wood boards, blind rolled with one clasp missing. - Written by Iodocus Grebel at Lucerne in 1617. Front pastedown bears a note in pencil: "bought at Lucerne 21 June 1884;" and a book seller or dealer description labeled "110." Given to GTS by Guild of Scholars in 1948, per typed card and bookplate.
Acknowledgments: - We thank Gania Barlow for her description of this manuscript.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 0
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Language: Latin Country: Switzerland Century: 17th

Part 1: pp. 1-358
Description: - Paper - 165 x 140 mm
Country: SwitzerlandCardinal point:
Region: City: Lucerne
Assigned Date: s. XVII1/4Searchable Date Range: 1600 - 1625
Dated by scribe: YesInscribed Date: 1617
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Ba^tarde
Music: Hufnagel notation on five line staves; some later changes.
Other Decoration: Red and gold major initials for the feasts of Christmas (p. 32), the Nativity of John the Baptist (p. 222), Peter and Paul (p. 230), the Assumption (p. 252), the Nativity of the Virgin (p. 258), All Saints (p. 266).
Notes: Signed by the scribe on pp. 1 and 355. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: pp. 1-355
Title: Vesperale
Language(s): Latin
Notes: pp. i-iv: hymns and antiphons; pp. v-vi ruled but blank; pp. 1-190: Temporale, from Saturday before the first Sunday of Advent through the twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost; at the top of p 1: Ex libris Iodoci Grebel, lucerne, Scripsit me, Anno 1617; pp. 191-282: Sanctorale; p. 283 blank; pp. 284-325: Common of Saints; pp. 326-330: Psalms, written in different script but apparently still by Iodocus Grebel; pp 331-347: Hymns; pp. 348-352: settings for Benedicamus domino; p. 353: de confessoribus, Te lucis ante terminm [sic]. . .; p. 354: Antiphon, pro fidelibus defunctis; p. 355: Prayers: Pater noster...; Salutatio Angelica, Angelus Domini nuntiavit Maria..., with the Ave Maria; p. 355: Colophon: Scripsit me, Iodocus grebel, anno 1617; pp. 356-358 blank; followed by a half parchment flyleaf and parchment pastedown in a cursive script, s. XVI, in German.