Nicolaus de Dinkelsbuehl; Johannes Herolt, etc.
|Creator:||Nicolaus, von Dinkelsbühl, approximately 1360-1433 Herolt, Johann|
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Binding stays from this and other parchment manuscripts, s. xiii-xiv, inserted throughout.
Imperfect: leaves 123r-124r and 207r-v mutilated.
Watermarks, in gutter: similar to Briquet Monts 11786 and unidentified bull's head.
Script: Written by multiple scribes in varying styles of gothic hybrida and bookhand scripts.
Crude red initials, 3- to 2-line, throughout; ff. 33v-38r, 113v-114v and 166r-203r rubricated.
Binding: Fifteenth century, Germany. The backs of the quires are cut in. Original sewing on three double supports is laced into almost flush wooden boards, and the tawed skin cores of braided endbands, sewn through the cover, are also laced. The spine is back cornered with lining extending between supports on the outside of the boards. Large vermilion and sepia roses are painted on each edge. Back pastedown (and perhaps the inner front pastedown, covered by paper) consists of a parchment bifolium (Germany, 1200-1250) containing the Sermones de tempore of Johannes Halgrinus de Abbatisvilla. Written in small neat early gothic bookhand, above top line. Binding stays from this and other parchment manuscripts, 13th-14th centuries. Covered in kermes pink skin blind-tooled with an X in a frame on the front board, tying-up marks on the spine, and a frame on the lower one. Five round, brass bosses on each board and one fastening, the catch inset on the upper board, the lower one cut in for the strap.
Purchased in 1946 from H. Rosenthal by H. P. Kraus, who sold it in 1957 to Thomas E. Marston.
Manuscript on paper (thick) of 1) Five lines of verse on the proper formulaic conclusion to prayers addressed to members of the Trinity. 2) Nicolaus de Dinkelsbuehl, De septem peccatis capitalibus (Confessionale). 3) Latin and German names of the books of the Bible; Latin and German names of Aristotle's principal works; Latin names of the Minor Prophets; etc. 4) Johannes Herolt ("Discipulus"), Sermones dominicales. 5) Johannes Herolt, Sermo in festo Iohannis Baptiste.
ff. i + 246 : paper ; 208 x 145 mm.
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German Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts
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