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Fifteenth Century (dates CE)

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 79 Collections and/or Records:

Achilleis, 1425 - 1475

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Identifier: Gordan MS 8
Overview

ff. 1r-22r [Title:] Stacii Achileidos poetae clarissimi liber primus incipit.

Inc: Magnanimum eacidem formidatamque tonanti/ Progeniem et patrio vetitam succedere caelo. . .

Expl.: Hactenus armorum comites clementia meorum/ Haec memini et meminisse iuuat. scit cetera mater. f. 22v ruled but blank.

Statius, Achilleis; Aldo Marastoni, ed., P. Papini Stati Achilleis (Leipzig, 1974).

Dates: 1425 - 1475

Benjamin minor, etc., 1400 - 1499

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Identifier: Gordan MS 102
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Table of contents: Incipit liber Richardi de patriarcis: De studio sapientie et eius conmendatione; Incipit liber Richardi de interiori homine; Moyses et Aaron in sacerdotibus eius. et Samuel inter eos qui inuocant nomen eius.

Dates: 1400 - 1499

Bible: Pentateuch, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1-4 Kings, etc., 1400 - 1499

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Identifier: Gordan Ms 34
Overview ff. 1v-8r Biblical genealogy beginning with Adam and ending with Paul the Apostle. Genealogy uses both text and diagrams mainly consisting of rondels connected by double lines. ff. 8v-12v blank. ff. 13r-163r First twelve books of the Bible in the usual order as described by N. R. Ker, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries, vol. 1 (Oxford, 1969) 96-97. Prologues in parentheses as listed in Stegmüller, Repertorium Biblicum Medii Aevi (Madrid, 1950-): General Prologue (284); Prologue to the...
Dates: 1400 - 1499

Biblical concordance, etc., 1400 - 1499

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Identifier: Gordan MS 36
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Table of Contents: A Biblical concordance from Abbas to Zorobabel; Supplement to article 1 from Aaron to Phiton; A table for the liturgical year of cues for Gospel and Epistle readings for the temporal and sanctoral arranged for the use of the Carthusian Order at the Charterhouse of St. Barbara in Cologne; Table dividing the books of the Old and New Testaments into four parts. Followed by two prayers one by Cassiodorus.the other by Bede.

Dates: 1400 - 1499

Castle hours #2, use of Rouen, 1425 - 1475

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Identifier: MS 20
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This is a mid-fifteenth century book of hours from France, use of Rouen.

Table of contents: Calendar in French for Rouen and Amiens; later inserts in lettre bâtarde; Gospel Pericopes; Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary, use of Rouen; Penitential Psalms and Litany; Short Office of the Cross; Office of the Dead, use uncertain; Fifteen Joys of the Virgin

Dates: 1425 - 1475

Castle hours #3, use uncertain, 1450 - 1475

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Identifier: MS 21
Overview This manuscript is a French book of hours from the third quarter of the fifteenth century. The use is uncertain, but the calendar suggests the Diocese of Tournai. The seventeen large miniatures comprise the Evangelists, a full Infancy cycle for the Hours of the Virgin, Kind David for the penitential psalms, the Virgin on a Crescent Moon holding the infant Christ, four images of saints, a Crucifixion, and the Raising of Lazarus. Depicted in smaller miniatures are a funeral service, an Imago...
Dates: 1450 - 1475

Castle hours # 5, use of Paris, 1425 - 1450

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Identifier: MS 22
Overview This is a French book of hours from the second quarter of the fifteenth century. All the full-page miniatures have been excised and many sections of the text break off or begin imperfectly. There are two three- line illuminated initials with penwork extensions and two-and one-line illuminated initials with penwork extensions throughout. Much of the gold on the text has worn off and the inks have faded and are smeared throughout. The name "M. DeVilleroy" and "Villeroy" occurs on the top or...
Dates: 1425 - 1450

Cato maior seu de senectute, De amicitia, De paradoxa, De officiis, etc., 1400 - 1425

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Identifier: Gordan MS 4
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Table of contents: Cato Maior seu de Senectute ad F. Pomponium Atticum, m. tullii ciceronis de amicitia liber incipit feliciter ad athicum, Paradoxa ad M. Brutum, Oratio Tullii pro M. Marcello, Pro Q. Ligario, Pro Rege deiotaro, Inuectiua Salustii in Ciceronem, Responsio Ciceronis in Salustium, De Officiis ad M. filium. l. 3. L. 1.

Dates: 1400 - 1425

Chew breviary, use of Poitiers, 1450 - 1475

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Identifier: MS 29
Overview This is a French breviary from the fourth quarter of the fifteenth century.Table of contents: Calendar of Poitiers; Temporal from Advent through the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost; Common of the Dedication of a Church; Sequuntur suffragia quae dicuntur in Ecclesia Pictavensi; Sequuntur benedictiones dicendae ad matutinas per annum; Liturgical Psalter begins incompletely in Psalm 1; Canticles: Benedicite omnia opera, Te Deum, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis; Litany with prayers; Prayers...
Dates: 1450 - 1475

Chew psalter, 1475 - 1499

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Identifier: MS 28
Overview

This is a French psalter from the fourth quarter of the fifteenth century. It includes a Calendar of Rouen, the Biblical Psalter, Twelve Ferial Canticles, and the Litany followed by Prayers, although there is some missing text and the psalms begin incompletely.

Dates: 1475 - 1499