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Hours.

Hours.

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Date: [between 1350 and 1400]
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Script: Written by a single scribe in liturgical gothic script.
Carefully executed initials, 3-line, on blue or pink rectangles outlined in black, mark the beginning of each psalm; partial cusped borders, also in blue and pink, attached to each. Initials infilled with intertwining vines, often on gold ground, sometimes with small animals; modest use of gold dots inside rectangular grounds and borders. 1-line initials of blue with red penwork with blue dots and of gold with blue penwork and red dots. Line-fillers in combinations of red, blue and gold (various linear and flower designs).
Binding: Nineteenth century. Bound in a piece of blind-tooled brown calf, once part of a 17th-18th century binding. Front pastedown and flyleaf from a Bible concordance, version 3 (France, ca. 1300). Back pastedown from 15th-century antiphonal, with musical notation, containing a portion of the office for Nicolas (6 Dec.).
Given in 1926 by Leonard Bacon and Susan Bacon Keith in memory of their father, Nathaniel Terry Bacon.
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Manuscript fragment on parchment of the Penitential Psalms (incomplete), probably written as part of a Book of Hours.
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ff. i + 19 : parchment ; 152 x 113 (73 x 53) mm.
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Object ID: 11684574
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