Description completed by student in Adrienne Williams Boyarin's "In the Archives" course at University of Victoria (Canada), Spring 2021.
Bottom half of a bifolium used as binding support in an incunabulum ( Petri lumbardi quem & magistrum sententiarum, Nuremburg, Johann Sensenschmidt and Andreas Frisner, 1475/76).
Bottom half of a bifolium used as binding support in incunabulum, visible at front of volume.
Book Decoration and Musical Notation
Staffless neumes visible for the responsory Planxit autem David planctu magno .
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Host volume purchased by University of Victoria Libraries in 2019, from Cheffins Fine Art Auctioneers.