|Creator:||Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 91-1153 Honorius, of Autun, ca. 1080-ca. 1156|
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Script: Written by multiple scribes in a small rounded gothic bookhand, below top line.
Folios 1-50 have flourished initials, 3- to 2-line, alternating blue with red penwork designs and red with purple; two initials of better quality, divided red and blue, with red and purple flourishes (ff. 42r, 43v); many initials have harping designs. For remainder of manuscript uninspired red initials, either plain or with harping designs in brown ink. Rubrics, underlining and initial strokes, in red, throughout. Running headlines, in red, on ff. 1r-83r. Notes to rubricator in margins. Paragraph marks, red or blue.
Binding: Eighteenth century, France. Greenish brown goatskin gold-tooled. Gold-tooled panels and dark red gold-tooled label (damaged) on spine. Red edges.
Imperfect: some pages badly rubbed making text illegible.
Manuscript on parchment (palimpsests of ecclesiastical documents, many leaves pieced and patched) of Bernard of Clairvaux, Collection of sermons, treatises, and letters. With works by Ogerius de Lucedio, David of Augsburg, O. F. M., Arnulfus de Boeriis, and Honorius Augustodunensis.
ff. ii + 263 + ii : parchment ; 332 x 230 (252 x 168) mm.
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