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Turku, The Museum Centre of Turku Archives, uncatalogued choral book fragment C

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Antiphonary, fragment

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1450-1499
Saec. XV 2/2

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Turku
The Museum Centre of Turku Archives
uncatalogued choral book fragment C

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Diocese of Turku

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Turku, The Museum Centre of Turku Archives, uncatalogued choral book fragment C
Saec. XV
2
,
diocese of Turku
(
Naantali
?)
Antiphonary
, fragment
Fols. 1–2,
proprium de sanctis
, the feasts of St
Henry
and
Mariae purificatio
.
[1r]
nanctum corona triumphantium ... henrici ... gaudet cetus fidelium. | O admirabile commercium creator ... nobis suam deitatem.
Psalmus
. Laudat p| ...
Secreta
. Gaude maria.
Postcommunio
. Gloria.
Dicatur immediate
| ... molata.
Ad uesperas uersus
. Responsium accepit symeon ... uidet christum dominum.
Ad m
[
atutinas
] ... puerum ihesum parentes e n|
[1v]
|ae.
Ad completorium antiphona
. Sancta dei genetrix uirgo ...
Antiphona
. Sicut mirra electa odorem redisti
[2r]
...
Versus
. Sancta dei genetrix ... Adorna thalamum tuum syon ... ut sisterent eum domino
[2v]
|cabitur.
Versus
. Obtulerunt pro eo ...
In secundo nocturno antiphona
. Emissiones tue paradisus ...
Antiphona
. Fons ortorum.
Parchment
2 folios.
33,5cm × 38cm (23cm × 29cm)
Original foliation not extant, the recto-side of fol. 2 has been marked in pencil in the right-hand margin.
Mutilated, with the top and the outer edges of the bifolium trimmed.
Text and notes in one column, ruled in ink.
Gothic bookhand by one scribe; square notation on four red lines. The scribe has been recognized as one (Scribe A) of those collaborating in the so-called Naantali-group of manuscripts (see
Keskiaho 2008, 326, 340
). It was therefore possibly copied at the
Birgittine monastery of Naantali
.
Lombards alternating in red and blue for the beginnings of feasts, hand-drawn initials for the beginnings of chants, touched in red and decorated with black and red diamond shapes; rubrics in red.
Some of the sewing holes are still visible. They match those found in
Helsinki, National Library, F.m. II.157
(where this bifolium possibly belongs between fols. 2 and 3).
The bifolium was part of an antiphonary possibly copied at the
monastery of Naantali
. Other leaves presumably from this same book are preserved in
Helsinki, National Library, F.m. II.157
, as well as several leaves conserved in the
Swedish National Archives
. The present bifolium seems to have been used to bind an account book in
1661
, probably the accounts of the municipality of Turku.
The fragment was used as cover wrappers for an accout in 1661; fol.
2r
: ’Räckenskaper för Åhr 1661’.
Jesse Keskiaho, ‘En grupp handskrifter från slutet av 1400-talet – från Nådendals
scriptorium
?’,
Historisk Tidskrift för Finland
93
(2008), 318–350.
Cataloguer
Jesse Keskiaho
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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