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Country of LocationSwitzerland
|Library / Collection:||
Library / CollectionParoisse catholique Saint-Laurent
Manuscript TitleAntiphonarium lausannense, pars aestiva, de Sanctis (vol. II)
CaptionParchment · 315 ff. · 58.5 x 41-41.5 cm · Bern, St. Vincent · around 1489/1490
Manuscript SummaryThis volume is part of an antiphonary in three volumes that was produced in duplicate for the liturgy of the Collegiate Church of St. Vincent (founded in 1484/85) in the city of Bern. It contains the Proprium de sanctis and the Commune Sanctorum of the summer portion (March 25 to November 25) according to the liturgy of the Diocese of Lausanne. The book decoration generally matches that of the first volume and can be attributed to a different anonymous illuminator of lesser quality. After the introduction of the Reformation to Bern in the year 1528 and the subsequent secularization of the chapter, the entire group of six antiphonaries was sold in 1530: four were sold to the city of Estavayer-le-Lac and were used there for the liturgy of the Collegiate Church of St. Lorenz; the other two — among them a duplicate of this volume — reached Vevey under circumstances that remain unexplained. They are currently held in the historical museum there.
Standard descriptionLeisibach Joseph, Die liturgischen Handschriften des Kantons Freiburg (ohne Kantonsbibliothek), Freiburg 1977 (Iter Helveticum, Subsidia 16), S. pp. 143-145.
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|DOI (Digital Object Identifier):||
DOI (Digital Object Identifier10.5076/e-codices-psle-0002b (http://dx.doi.org/10.5076/e-codices-psle-0002b)
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IIIF Manifest URLhttps://e-codices.unifr.ch/metadata/iiif/psle-0002b/manifest.json
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How to quoteEstavayer-le-Lac, Paroisse catholique Saint-Laurent, Volume II: Antiphonarium lausannense, pars aestiva, de Sanctis (vol. II) (https://e-codices.unifr.ch/en/list/one/psle/0002b).
DecorationFigurative, Fully Painted, Gold / Silver, Initial, Margin, Ornamental, Penwork
Musical NotationSquare Notation
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