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BIBLIA LATINA, TEXT PAGE 1290
Text Page 1290
. Leaf from the Biblia Latina ( Isaiah ) in French, c. 1290, 61 lines in colours on both sides.140 x 200 mm. Printed on vellum. brown Gothic typeface (textualis) chapter headings in red and blue and coloured decorations in the left margins and between colums. glassine protected , mounted.
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Keywords: Medieval Mittelalter Middeleeuwen

 
BREVIARIUM NOVI II (1495) FACSIMILE EDITION
This Second Novi Breviary Is a Large Codex of 500 Folios.
. The greater part of it was transcribed by Priest Martinac from the district of Lapac in Grobnic, one of the free medieval Vinodol communes. In his colophons he mentions 1493, 1494 and 1495 as the years in which the codex was written and finished. It was inscribed for the Pauline monastery and the Church of St. Mary on Osap, a little hill outside the walls of Novi Vinodol. The Pauline monks in the glagolitic areas celebrated the Old Slav services from glagolitic liturgical books. The script, particularly that of Priest Martinac is neat and legible liturgical script in square Croatian glagolitic as was use in the 14 and 15 centuries. In language the codex is the Croation redaction of Church Slav. The texts date from the 10th to the 15th centuries, and old and new linguistic elements are intermixed. The breviary retains entire the breviary of the Roman Curia distinguished by lessons of considerable length and detailed descriptions of the offices in the rubrics. 1. Proprium de tempore (fol. 1-267d) 2. Calendar (fol. 268-275) 3. Psalterium (fol. 276a-322c) 4. Officium defunctorum (fol. 322c-324c) 5. Commune Sanctorum (fol. 324c-355c) 6. Officium "de Beata" (fol. 356a-359c) 7. Proprium sanctorum (fol. 382a-500d) All the components of this codex: language, script, illuminations, and text are characterised by a mixture of older forms and newer innovations. They present a wide field of interest to scholars in linguistics, and philology, and to librarians, liturgists, musicologists and historians of art. In order to facilitate reading and orientations a glagolitic alphabet has been provided, a list of the most frequent abbreviations of contents. The codex dates from 1495 The Fine Art Facsimile Edition: Codices Selecti vol. LXI. Graz 1977. 1000 pp. (500 fol.) with reduction of the original size (360 x 260 mm). 8 pp. are reproduced in full colour, the other pages in black-and-white. Book size: 275 x 205 mm. Binding: half leather. The scholarly commentary (in German and English): M. Panteli and A. Nazor, Zagreb. Binding very slightly dented at bottom of spine, o/w very fine copy.
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Keywords: Theology Slavonic-Lot Facsimile Croatia Codex Slavonic Church Slavonic

 
FAUSER, ALOIS (ED. / HRSG.):
Die Bamberger Apokalypse. Neunundfünfzig Farbtafeln. Die Miniaturen Der Apokalypse Und Des Evangelistars in Der Staatlichen Bibliothek Bamberg. Bibl. 140 (a Ii 42).
. Frankfurt a.M. Insel Verlag, 1958, Folio. (14),59 mont. Tafeln,41,(9) S. Orig.-Halblederband mit Pergament-Deckelbezug, mit grünem, goldgeprägten Rückenschild, in Schuber. Diese Originale Wiedergabe der Bildtafeln der Bamberger Apokalypse wurde im Jahre 1958 vom Insel-Verlag mit Genehmigung des Staatsministeriums für Unterricht und Kultus nach der in der Staatlichen Bibliothek in Bamberg befindlichen Handschrift veranstaltet. Den Bildteil druckten die Graphischen Kunstanstalten F.Bruckmann in München, die auch die Druckstöcke herstellten. Der Text wurde aus der Linotype-Palatino gesetzt und von Ludwig Oehms, Frankfurt a.M. gedruckt. Den Büttenkarton lieferte die Büttenpapierfabrik Hahnemühle, Dassel. Den Halbleder Handeinband fertigte Willy Pingel, Heidelberg. Die Gesamtgestaltung lag in Händen von Gotthard de Beauclair. Hergestellt wurden 650 Exemplare, von denen 500 numerierte Exemplare in den Handel kommen. Dies ist Exemplar Nr. 142' . Imperial-Folio. 32x44 cm . Vierfarbdruck mit Gold und Silber in Originalgröße, 59 mounted facsimiles in full colours. 41, [1]pp. 45 cm. orig. half leather binding in slipcase, Imperial folio. A fine copy.
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Book number: F3223
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Keywords: Medieval German Rare Facsimile Leather

 
FOUQUET, JEAN,
Das Stundenbuch Des Etienne Chevalier. Musee Conde, Chantilly
. Vorwort von Charles Sterling. Einleitung und Bildlegenden von Claude Schaefer. Uebertragen aus dem Amerikanischen von Dr. Irmgard Hutter. Muenchen, Wien, zuerich, Edition Praeger, 1971, With 47 tipped-in illustrations in full colour and gold with full explanations (in German) on the opposite pages [6] pp. 7-26 preface by Sterling, introduction by Fouquet. Fine red cloth hardback in very good cloth covered slipcase with one of the miniatures pasted to recess on front board.
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Book number: WO077-E
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Catalogue: Medieval
Keywords: Medieval Facsimile

 
THE OXFORD BESTIARIUM [BESTIARY ]
Oxford, Bodleian Library, Ms. Ashmole 1511, Southern England, 12th Century
. Published in 1982. Complete colour facsimile edition of the 244 pp. (105 + 17 fol.) and of the inner end pages in original size 280 x 180 mm. The all leather binding is a faithful replica of a Romanic binding, presently in the possession of Austrian National Library in Vienna. All folios are cut according to the original. + volume containing the Transcription and translation of the text into German by F. Unterkircher, Vienna, Limited edition. with fantastic animal pictures on rich gold leaf. Bestiaries, illustrated books of animals, whose moralistic contents relate to selected biblical texts, were highly popular in the late 12th century. ther Oxford manuscript probably ranks among the finest examples of its kind. The magnificent codex, richly embellished with gold leaf, not only exceeds itself with its marvellous luminous opaque colour painting and clear depiction of animals, plants and human beings, but also in its predilection for serene symmetry, refined ornament and frequent use of carefully executed diaper-patterned backgrounds. The pictures are irregularly dispersed throughout the text. According to our modern conception, the animals often depict a surreal view of nature: a crocodile with a serpent's head and bird's feet, a horned panther with rather arbitrary colouring are but a few examples of an astonishing iconography which, far from naturalistic sketches, was based on the free interpretation of literary models. The book contains an overwhelming wealth of animal depictions: for example: A magnificent many-finned whale catches fish, while misguided sailors, thinking it to be an island, try to land on its back. All in all 130 miniatures within only 105 pages illustrate several chapters on nature and the qualities of animals; birds, snakes, worms, fish, trees, flintstones, as well as the nature of mankind. Of special interest is the illustration of Genesis in the beginning of the book, which is set amongst exceptionally enlarged and boldly narrative painted scenes. Former owners a.o. : William Wright, vicar of High Wycombe; William Mann; Sir Peter Mancroft; John Tradescant; Elias Ashmole; Oxford University.
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Keywords: Codex Facsimile Medieval Oxford Ketterer

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