Item No: mcai650191
Additional Title: Antiphonary
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These leaves can be dated to ca. 1430-1440.
This initial begins the first response of the first nocturn of Matins for the Birth of John the Baptist (June 24), "Fuit homo missus a deo cui nome[n] johan[n]es e[rat]." (A man whose name was John was sent from God).
Lewis E M 65:1-78 were once thought to have come from a single manuscript associated with the Cistercian monastery at Zwettl in Austria. It has been determined, however, that the leaves are from a number of separate manuscripts and were likely produced by a team of scribes and artists at the scriptorium of the Benedictine monastery at Melk.
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Lewis E M 65:1-78