Sacramentary (?)

Te Deum laudamus 909010 + Corpus orationum 4843


St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen, Cod. Sang. 745

Sandy Maillard, Fragmentarium, 2018

General Information

Title: Te Deum laudamus 909010 + Corpus orationum 4843

Former Shelfmarks: Cod. Sang. 745

Material: Parchment

Original Condition

Dimensions (Page Height): 100 mm

Dimensions (Page Width): 275 mm

Height of Written Area: at least 75 mm

Width of Written Area: at least 175 mm

Number of Lines: at least 6

Number of Columns: 1

Width of Columns: at least 175 mm

Line Height: 10 mm


  • Content Item
    • Text Language: latin
    • Title: Te Deum laudamus 909010 + Corpus orationum 4843
    • Content Description:

      The pastedown consists in a bifolium and the cover in a trimmed folio from the same manuscript. On the cover is visible the last verse of the Te Deum laudamus gregorian chant (909010: [quemad]modum [speravimus in te. In te Do]mine s[peravi: non confundar in aeter]num.) and on the pastedown also the Te Deum on the left (verso) side (from Pleni sunt caeli to Apostolorum [chorus]) and the Oratio 4843 from the Corpus orationum ([a con]tagiis mortalitatis exutam, in aeter[nae] salvationis partem restitue) on the right side.

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    • Musical Notation: German Plainsong Notation

Host Volume

Title: Johannes de Deo: Liber iudicum · Bonus Johannes: Ordo iudiciarius · Manfredus de Arriago: Tabula decretalium · Dinus de Mugello: Super regulis iuris Libri Sexti

Date of Origin/Publication: middle of the 13th / beginning of the 14th century (Part I), 14th century (Part II)

Place of Origin/Publication: Italy

Shelfmark: Cod. Sang. 745


This two-part manuscript was written in Italy in the period between the middle of the 13th and the beginning of the 14th century. It preserves writings concerning procedural law, among them the little known Ordo iudiciarius Quoniam ut ait apostolus, as well as finding aids and surveys on decretal law. The manuscript probably came into the possession of the St. Gall citizen Johannes Widembach († 1456) from a Canon from Zurich, and has been held by the Abbey Library at least since the 16th century

Description on e-codices.