Hämeenlinna, Provincial Archives, Tammela parish archives, II H:2, papers with
notation removed from the covers of Kyrckiones Boock (II Ba:1). Antiphonarium Tammelense III
The manuscript contains antiphons for the
. It is difficult to place the loose folia in
‘correct’ order, since the different sections of a manuscript could be intermingled.
Here, the manuscript has been reconstructed according to the usual sequence of
placed as it would be in the diocese of Turku.
vestimentum tuum et
sequere me ... Petre amas me pasce oues meas ... Q[u]odcunq[ue] ligaueris super
terram ... erit solutum et in [22v] coelis ... . Gloriosi principis terrae ...
Sacerdos in aeternemu ... panem et vinum ob[tulit].
... sicut sol salvator mundi Ego desce et [in eternum]
Fol. 36 recto has eight staves, six with notes but without text, and the verso has
bare staves only.
Fol. 37: G, eight staves with notation, and on the second the initial B; on the
verso-side on the fifth stave the remains of what may have been the initial A.
Fol. 38: Recto-side has notation from two pages; text completely rubbed out.
Verso-side has not markings apart from a later addition 'för den skull'.
Fol. A: Fragment of a letter; includes the name Jöran Knutsson.
38 folios 9,5cm × 15cm (8-8,5cm × 12-12,5cm)
Loose singletons and bifolia.
Badly damaged or torn singletons and bifolia, several of which stem from
the same quires. For the most part the leaves do not appear to have been trimmed,
but have been damaged from their use as board thickeners, not least from glue and
having been eaten by bookworms. Fols. 26a and 26b are two pieces of the same leaf.
Several leaves have been cropped or damaged.
Text and notation on eight lines,
Varieties of humanistic minuscule in several different hands of
Quadratic notation on four-line stave drawn with black
Monochromatic pen-drawn Gothic versals decorated with triangular extrusions and
diamond-shapes, often placed within the bisected empty inner spaces of the letters.
Larger initials with monochromatic flourishing have often been left unexecuted.
A manuscript probably originating from
. The leaves have been brought together
to serve as as boards for a book from
. This suggests that the manuscript’s
provenance and possible origin are also from
. The manuscript’s contents
provide little evidence that would help with the localization.
Recycled as the covers of a
spanning the years between 1648 to 1696 (
Hämeenlinna, The Provincial Archives,
Tammela parish archives II Ba:1
). Under the same archival call-mark, but on a
separate leaf (fol. A) (possibly completely independent from the manuscript) a
letter concerning a shipment of skins sent to a
The fragments were removed from the bindings of a manuscript, which arrived to the
Hämeenlinna Provincial Archives
Tammela Parish Archives
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