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Book of Hours (Use of Paris) – Virtual Reconstruction

Parchment · 27 (of 189) leaves · 1425 – 1450 CE · France (N.) · 182 x 128 (90 x 60) mm

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[sine loco], codices restituti, various
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  • Simmons School of Library and Information Science (Boston, Massachusetts) LIS 464 (Fall 2017) observations
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Ege, Otto F. (Fragmentator)
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A reconstruction of a Book of Hours dismantled in part by Otto Ege (Cleveland, OH) in the 1940s and used as no. 30 in his "Fifty Original Leaves of Medieval Manuscripts" portfolios. The individual leaves were catalogued in the fall of 2017 by students in Lisa Fagin Davis' course at the Simmons School of Library and Information Science (Boston, MA), "The Medieval Manuscript from Charlemagne to Gutenberg."

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