Processional, Plimpton MS 034, 018r

Title

Processional, Plimpton MS 034, 018r

Subject

Liturgy

Date

1351

Relation

New York, Columbia University, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Language

Latin

Type

Liturgical Book

Identifier

Plimpton MS 034, 018r

Extent

36 Leaves

Provenance

Bequeathed by George A. Plimpton to Columbia University in 1936

Original Format

Manuscript

Physical Dimensions

175 x 135 mm

Musical Notation

Square notation on four lines

Material

Parchment

Origin Location

Urbanist Clares convent in Brussels

Text

"O stupor et gaudium," antiphon for Feast of Francis, with "O decus virgineum" for Clare written below

Decoration Description

Anthropomorphic initial in red, brown and black with figure of St Clare (height corresponding to two lines of text and one musical staff)

Binding

Half roan over pasteboards

Scribe

Iohannes de Havere

Files

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Collection

Citation

“Processional, Plimpton MS 034, 018r,” Chant Manuscripts, accessed December 9, 2018, https://chantmanuscripts.omeka.net/items/show/3657.

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