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Decorations include a half-page initial on f. 43r (six other half-page initials have been cut from the manuscript) and illustrations of the labors of the months in the calendar.
The back flyleaf has, in two fourteenth century hands, a French song "Une bon chanson ay troue" and a Middle English carol "Mayde and moder, glade thou be."
On the calendar page for December, St. Thomas of Canterbury's name has been erased from its place, indicating English ownership at least in the sixteenth century.
Binding: dark brown calf skin over pasteboards (sixteenth or seventeenth century).
Manuscript, on parchment, in Gothic script, produced in Flanders during the fourth quarter of the thirteenth century.
1 v. (157 ff.) 14 cm. x 10 cm.
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