Sacramentarium

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Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, Fragm. lat. 90

Ivana Dobcheva, Leipzig 2016 (Not Printed)

General Information

Date of Origin: 1. Hälfte 12. Jh.

Script, Hands:

karolingische Minuskel

Original Condition

Page Height: at least 190 mm

Page Width: 232 mm

Width of Written Area: 150 mm

Number of Columns: 1

Width of Columns: 150 mm

Number of Lines: at least 18

Line Height: 10 mm

Current Condition

More about the Current Condition:

Leim- und Faserreste am Rand.

Book Decoration

Description:

Rote 2-3zeilige Initialen und Überschrifte, teilweise oxidiert. Auf 1v-2r Überschrifte in rot fast ganz verblasst.

Content

  • Content Item
    • Text Language: lateinisch
    • Title: Sacramentarium
    • Content Description:

       (1r) [Orationes:] >D<a famulis tuis […]ctum ut quae ... ; >D<eus qui errant[ibus …] possint redire… ; >P<ropiciare domine su[pplicationibus] ...; >C<onserua tuis bricht ab; (1v) Textverlust, erhalten sind einzige Wörter: [... sacri]ficii praesentis [...] universis poten[ter ... tot]ius eripiat in[cursu ...] operatio sa[...] a peccatis et ab [...] ;

      (2r) [Missa pro sterelitate terrae: Deus qui humani generis …] praesentium munerum et alimento ... non desit et mentibus. Per; Postcommunio: >G<uberna quaesumus domine temporalibus ... eternis informare misteriis. Per (Deshusses Nr. 2617-18);

      [Missa ad pluviam postulanda:] >D<eus in quo uiuimus mouemur et sumus pluuiam ..., >O<blatis quaesumus domine placare muneribus …,  >D<a nobis quaesumus domine per hec sanctam que sumsimus pluuiam salutarem ... (Deshusses Nr. 1366, 1368 und 1364);

      [Missa ad poscendam serenitatem:] >A<d te nos domine clamantes exaudi ... pro peccatis nostris iuste af[figimur], brich ab; (2v) [Super oblata: Praeueniat nos quaesumus domine gratia …] assume ut per intercessionem ... proficiant ad salutem; >Ad complendum<. >P<lebs tua domine capiat ... (Deshusses Nr.1372-74);

      [Missa ad repellendam tempestatem:] >Pro tempestate<. >A< domo tua quaesumus domine spiritales ... ; >Secreta<. >D<eus qui omnium rerum tibi seruientium ... expauimus clementiam sentiamus. Per; >Post communio<. >O<mnipotens sempiterne deus qui nos castigando sanas et - bricht ab (Deshusses Nr. 1376, 1375 und 1378).