Ms. Codex 738 - Catholic Church - [Book of hours]
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__|a PU |e amremm |c PAULM |d PAULM
1_|a dut |h lat
_9|a Ms. Codex 738
2_|a Catholic Church.
10|a [Book of hours] |h [manuscript].
__|a [Netherlands, |c 14--]
__|a 158 leaves : |b parchment, col. ill. ; |c 158 x 107 (95 x 61) mm. bound to 164 x 106 mm.
__|a Ms. codex.
__|a Foliation: Parchment, iii (paper) + 158 + i (parchment); [1-159]; modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto.
__|a Layout: Written in 20 long lines.
__|a Script: Written in a Gothic book hand with notes in a later hand on the last folio and the back endleaf.
__|a Decoration: Rubrics in red, alternating red and blue capitals, illuminated historiated initials with illuminated borders of Madonna and Child (f. 13r), Gregorian Man of Sorrows (f. 47r), Christ in the attitude of Benediction (f. 75r), Pentecost (f. 95r), The Last Judgment (f. 111r), and Hell's Mouth (f. 127r); one initial appears to be unfinished (f. 69r). Water damage to a number of illuminations and borders.
__|a Binding: Contemporary blind stamped goatskin over wooden boards, lower cover detached, upper cover nearly detached.
__|a Origin: Written in the northeast Netherlands (dialect), 15th century (Webber).
__|a Incipit: Hier begint onser wrouwen ghetide (f. 13r).
__|a Notes in a later hand (to 1684) on final 2 leaves comprise a family history of the Brantzum family of Friesland. A transcription of this chronicle of the Brantzum family and corrections to the description of the ms. by Philip E. Webber have been made by Lydia Wierda and shelved with the manuscript.
__|a Flemish hours of the Virgin Mary, with calendar of Utrecht, translation of Geert Groote.
1_|a Formerly owned by James Laurie; Paul-Louis Feiss (bookplates, inside upper cover).
1_|a Sold at auction at Parke-Bernet Galleries, 15 Dec. 1953 (catalog 1487), lot 390.
1_|a Acquired through Lathrop C. Harper, 1956.
4_|a Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), |c p. 48 (Ms. Flemish 1).
4_|a Full description by Webber, Philip E. "Medieval Netherlandic Manuscripts in Greater Philadelphia Libraries," in Archives et Bibliothèques de Belgique 47, no. 3-4 (1976), |c pp. 477-479. A copy is shelved with the manuscript.
4_|a Daly, Charlotte Sharpe, "A Netherlandish Manuscript Page at Florida State," Athanor V (Florida State University) 1986, |c pp. 11-17, includes a reproduction of one leaf from Ms. Codex 738. A copy is shelved with the manuscript.
__|a UPenn Ms. Codex 738.
__|a Access to this item is subject to staff review.
30|a Brantzum family |v Genealogy.
_0|a Illumination of books and manuscripts, Flemish |v Specimens.
_7|a Books of hours. |2 aat
_7|a Devotional calendars. |2 aat
_7|a Codices. |2 aat
_7|a Illuminations. |2 aat
_0|a Manuscripts, Dutch |y 15th century.
_0|a Manuscripts, Medieval.
_0|a Manuscripts, Renaissance.
1_|a Groote, Gerard, |d 1340-1384, |e translator.
1_|a Feiss, Paul Louis, |d b. 1875, |e former owner.
1_|a Laurie, James, |e former owner.
__|b Rare Book & Manuscript Library |a University of Pennsylvania |e 3420 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206. |j Ms. Codex 738
41|z Facsimile |u http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/2487577
__|a DLA |b 20090831
__|a C0 |b PAULM