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Fragment of an Antiphonarium
Dominicanum

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1350-1449
(Saec. XIV 2/2 -) XV 1/2

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Helsinki
National Museum
H88062

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Sweden

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Helsinki, National Museum of Finland, H88062
Saec. (XIV
2
–)XV
1
,
Sweden
? (prov.
Marttila
)
Fragment of an
Antiphonarium Dominicanum
Antiphonarium Dominicanum
,
Commune unius confessoris
.
[pon]dere premimur beatitudinis tue gratia ... consequamur.
Versus
. Magn[ificauit eum?] Euouae.
Ad matutinum antiphona
. Confessorum regem adoremus ...
In primo nocturno
. Beatus uir qui in lege ...
Antiphona
. Beatus iste sanctus qui confisus est in domino ...
Antiphona
. Tu es Gloria mea ...
Responsorium
. Euge serue bone et fidelis quia in pau[verso]ca fuisti fidelis ... gaudium domini tui.
Versus
. Domine quinque talenta ... Juda.
Responsorium
. Justus germinabit sicut ...
Versus
...
Responsorium
. Iste sanctus digne ...
Versus
. Vinculis ... consolutis talentium.
Parchment
1 folio
32cm × 40cm (23cm × 36,5cm)
No foliation.
Currently mounted in archival cardboard frames.
The leaf has been somewhat trimmed, at least at its head, foot, and outer edge. It is also perforated, with three round holes in all margins (excluding the upper), probably on the occasion of its being fixed in the wooden frames of the memorial tablet in which it was found. Cuts (now glued) in the lower half of the inner side of the written area and through the lowermost stave; also a tear through the
recto
-side lombard. Water damage.
Possibly a part of
Helsinki, National Library, F.m. IV.115
(see
Taitto 2001, 128–129
; http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi-fd2011-fra0810). Another fragment of an
antiphonarium
from
Marttila
survives, as the covers of
Turku, Provincial Archives of Turku, Turku Archdiocese Cathedral Chapter, Gummerus-collection, I.6
; the written area of those two fragments does not match that of the present fragment.
Text and notation on 13 lines (height of the stave 1,5cm). No ruling or pricking visible.
Gothic Textualis in one hand of
saec. (XIV
2
–)XV
1
Square notation on four red lines.
On the recto-side, a large lombard in red and blue, with flourishing in (a lower quality) blue. Pen-drawn Gothic versals decorated with triangular extrusions and touched with red, for the beginnings of sentences. Rubrics in red.
An unbound single folio; binding marks(?) in the lower part of the inner side,
c
. 6,5cm apart.
An
antiphonarium
, produced for use in a diocese following the Dominican rite, perhaps somewhere in
Sweden
, found its way to
Marttila
parish. If this was the same book from which the fragments were taken that are now collected under the shelfmark
F.m. IV.115 in the National Library
, crown bailiffs in the seventeenth century used its leaves as wrappers for tax records.
The fragment was found in the frame of a
seventeeth-century
funerary memorial for
Matthaeys Nicolai Ryngen
, curate of
Marttila
(d. 1614;
Riska 1985, 45
;
Leinberg 1903, 196
;
Helsinki, National Museum, Historical Collections, 2362:7
).
In the twentieth century it was discovered there and removed and deposited in the Historical Archives of the Finnish National Museum.
K. G. Leinberg,
Åbo stifts herdaminne 1554–1640
(Suomen kirkkohistoriallisen seuran toimituksia, vol. 5), Helsingfors 1903.
T. Riska,
Marttilan kirkot
(Suomen kirkot vol. 13, Turun arkkihiippakunta vol. 10, Loimaan rovastikunta vol. 4), Helsinki 1985, 45.
I. Taitto,
Catalogue of medieval manuscript fragments in the Helsinki University Library. Fragmenta membranea 4: Antiphonaria
, vol. 1 (Helsingin yliopiston kirjaston julkaisuja vol. 67) Helsinki 2001, 128–129.
Cataloguer
Jesse Keskiaho
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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