Psalterium Sororum de Coses Veld in Upper Klinkenberg
[Psalterium per ferias]
Woodstock Theological Library, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Zell, Johann Michael, -- 1740-1815
Roseman, Charles E.
Title supplied by catalogerPsalter with monastic officesScript: Written in Gothic book-handLayout: 23 long lines, frame ruled in ink, catchwordsDecoration: Penflourished intitials throughout, alternating red and blue initials at verse or prayer openings. Dominical letters "A" in calendar: blue and redBinding: Contemporary binding. Wooden boards with blind tooling. Round leather tabs on outer edges of the text block. Two metal clasps attached to the board with metal hinge. Raised bands on the spine.Origin: Probably written in Germany in the 14th century. On fol. 16v. "Hunc librum legauit Hermmanus Zywerding vicarius in Coesueld sororibus ibidem habitantibus uppen Klinkenberg."Shelfmark: Jogues Collection.Includes a compass shaped guide to the liturgical calendar, a calendar, litany to the saints and other prayers, the last two folios contain prayer with the rubric "De S[an]cto Paulo patrono n[ost]ro."The verso of the last folio has added text in Latin in a different hand.Ricci, S. de. Census of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the United States and Canada, vol. II, page 1959, no. 2Bistümer der Kirchenprovinz Köln (Germania sacra, n.F., 3), page. 85Bookplate on front paste-down: Ad. Bibl. II. Zur. Mühlen. J. M. Zelle sc. ffert.According to Ricci this manuscript belonged to Charles E. Roseman, Junior of Cleveland Heights, Ohio: "From the H. Zur Muhlen library. Obtained in 1933 from McLeish, London."Woodstock Rare Book & Manuscript Collections
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