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Script: Copied probably by one scribe writing Gothica Cursiva Libraria. When the first letter on a page is a majuscule it is as a rule made larger, with some calligraphic development.
Red stroking of majuscules and underlining, red plain generally 3-line initials.
Leaves are badly waterstained in the outer lower corner in the second half of the manuscript.
Binding: 15th-16th centuries. Parchment over light wooden boards; leather spine with three raised bands; marks of two clasps. At the top of the rear board there is an excavation for the staple to which a chain was attached. On the spine parchment label with the handwritten title (19th century?) “JOHANNES HEROLT / Sermones Discipuli / De Tempore / saec. XV. 1436.” At the top of the rear cover close to the spine a printed paper label containing space for a shelfmark covering a large capital “W”; the handwritten shelfmark is “5867”.
Manuscript on paper (sturdy) of Iohannes Herolt OP (d. c. 1468), Sermones de tempore, incomplete: from the first Sunday of Advent till the fourth Sunday after Easter.
ff. 384 : paper ; 215 x 145 mm.
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