Manuscripts from Italy > Four contiguous vellum fragments, together forming the upper outer quarter of a leaf of a mediaeval rubricated and noted service book, possibly a breviary of Italian provenance

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Four contiguous vellum fragments, together forming the upper outer quarter of a leaf of a mediaeval rubricated and noted service book, possibly a breviary of Italian provenance
DescriptionFragments of a breviary of the 13th century, possibly written in Italy. It includes musical notation written above the text. The fragments were retrieved from the binding of Adv.MS.1.1.2, a French manuscript, 1503, of St Augustine's 'De Civitate Dei'.
ShelfmarkAdv.MS.84.1.19
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Manuscripts from Italy
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