Book of Hours (Use of Rome)
Office of the Dead, 3rd Nocturne of Matins
Athens, OH, Ohio University, Fifty Original Leaves of Medieval Manuscripts (Set 5), no. 29.
Simmons School of Library and Information Science LIS 464 (Fall 2018) observations (Not Printed)
Title: Book of Hours (Use of Rome)
Shelfmarks: Athens, OH, Ohio University, Fifty Original Leaves of Medieval Manuscripts (Set 5), no. 29.
Place of Origin: France
Date of Origin: 1425-1450
Page Height: 186 mm
Page Width: 134 mm
Height of Written Area: 90 mm
Width of Written Area: 60 mm
Number of Columns: 1
Number of Lines: 14
More about the Current Condition:
signs that it was broken by Otto F. Ege and taped into mattes
Left-hand border on most of pages of rinceaux with scatted flowers and fruit.
written and decorated in Northern France in the second quarter of the fifteenth century
broken by Otto F. Ege in the second quarter of the twentieth century.