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Stockholm, National Library, A 129. Breviarium

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A fragment of a breviary with liturgy and readings (lections 1–6) for the feast of St Henry.

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Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici

Aikamääre

1300-1349
Saec. XIV 1/2

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Stockholm
National Library
A 129

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Diocese of Turku
Sweden

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Stockholm, National Library, A 129. Breviarium
Saec. XIV
1
,
Diocese of Turku
/
Sweden
A fragment of a
breviary
with liturgy and readings (lections 1–6) for the feast of St
Henry
.
Ed. Heikkilä 2009, 254–268.
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Parchment
1 folio
21cm × 26cm (16cm × 2cm)
No foliation.
In good condition.
two columns with vertical bounding lines and 39–41 lines of text. Prickings for horizontal lines visible in the outer margin.
One main hand writing a cursive of
saec. XIV
.
Modest lombards for the initials filled in afterwards with a brownish ink.
A modern half-binding with cardboard covers. A modern flyleaf has been entered before and after the fragment.
The manuscript fragment contains part of St
Henry
’s legend, written in
saec. XIV (possibly the first half)
. The liturgy and text variants point towards the
Diocese of Turku
as a place of origin. The leaf betrays no evidence of its reuse or when it was lifted from the manuscript. There are no markings or folds that indicate use as an account wrapper, book pastedown or flyleaf.
National Library of Sweden
’s shelf-mark ‘A 129’ on the covers. A note on the inner front cover says that the fragment was removed from a depository in
1892
and given a shelf-mark in
1901
.
By the
end of saec. XIX
the manuscript was in the possession of the
National Library of Sweden
.
Tuomas Heikkilä,
Sankt Henrikslegenden
, Stockholm 2009, 176.
Cataloguer
Ville Walta
Finnish Literature Society (SKS)
Codices Fennici
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