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Bloomington, Indiana University, Bloomington, Lilly Library at Indiana University,  Ege 15
Description:Hengst Missal ; Beauvais Missal One leaf - Not bound. - From a manuscript bequeathed to Beauvais Cathedral by Robert de Hangest (d. 1356); the cathedral library was dispersed at the French Revolution; a group of its best manuscripts re-appeared in the sale of the architect Gay, Lyons, October 1833; Henri-Auguste Brölemann (1775-1869), of Lyons, and by descent to his grandson Arthur Brölemann (1826-1904) and his great-granddaughter Madame Etienne Mallet; her sale, Sotheby’s, 5 May 1926, lot 161, to Permain; Otto F. Ege (1888-1951), who cut it up.
Notes:-The Lilly leaf is no. 15 in a boxed set Fifty Original Leaves from Medieval Manuscripts, Western Europe: XII-XVI century limited to 40 copies (of which the Lilly set is no. 24), assembled by Otto Ege (1888-1951); cf. Chalmers 2005, p. 114, no. 51. Other leaves from the Missal of Robert de Hangest include Cleveland Museum of Art, 82.141; Ohio, Oberlin College, Allen Memorial Art Museum, 1993.16; leaves in published cataloges include Faye and Bond 1962, p. 212, no. 110 (Boston Public Library, MS 1538); L. W. Foss in Oliver 1985, pp. 39-40, no. 63 (the Endowment for Biblical Research); Boffey and Edwards 2002, pp. 45-46 (University of Colorado at Boulder); and Gwara 2007, p. 22, no. 30 (University of South Carolina). Leaves still appear for sale from time to time, such as Sotheby’s, 19 June 2001, lot 9.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 1
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/Ege15_40
Language: Latin Country: France Century: 13th

Part 1: One leaf
Description: - Parchment - 288 x 199 mm - Apparently ruled in plummet (very faint), ruled for 21 lines (although interrupted by bars of music), each column 197 mm. by 59 mm. with 15 mm. between columns.
Country: FranceCardinal point: northern
Region: City: Beauvais, probably
Assigned Date: s. XIIIexSearchable Date Range: 1285 - 1299
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date:
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Script: Gothic
Music: Music in black neumes on 4-line red staves.
Figurative Decoration: 8 illuminated initials, 2-line, in colours with long branching marginal extensions.
Other Decoration: Some capitals touched in red, 7 calligraphic capitals with yellowish wash.
Notes: Written in two sizes of script, the larger writing in a liturgical textualis ‘sine pedibus’ (with flattened-off downstrokes), rubrics and smaller script in a slightly less formal textualis. Latin
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: f. 1r-v
Title: Missal
Language(s): Latin
Notes: The leaf is from the summer portion of the Sanctoral in a Missal, from the secret on the feast of Saint John before the Latin Gate (6 May), followed by the translation of Saint Nicholas (9 May), and Saints Gordian and Epimachus (10 May) as far as the collect. 
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recto   The manuscript leaf is a splendid specimen of French gothic illumination. Written in two sizes of script, the larger writing in a liturgical textualis ‘sine pedibus’ (with flattened-off downstrokes), rubrics and smaller script in a slightly less formal te
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