Item No: mcai420051
Additional Title: Gradual
Rare Book Department
Initial C with Chalice and Host
This cutting can be dated to ca. 1530. The paper was made in Nackel near Posen and can be identified by the watermark of a crowned escutcheon containing a doubled cross.
This initial begins the Introit for the Monday after Pentecost, "Cibauit eos ex adipe frumenti ..." (Full ears of wheat are the nourishment he gives them). Lewis E M 1:19-22 and E M 42:4-9 are from the same manuscript.
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Lewis E M 42:4-9