Book of Hours (Use of Metz) – FragmentParchment · 30 leaves · 1410 – 1430 CE · France (Northern) · 150 x 105 mm
New Haven, CT, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Fifty Original Leaves of Medieval Manuscripts (Set 3), no. 28
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Simmons School of Library and Information Science (Boston, Massachusetts), LIS 464 Fall 2019 observations
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Fragment of a Book of Hours from Metz, dismembered and dispersed by Otto F. Ege ca.1930 Many leaves of the Manuscript were used as no.28 in his "FIfty Original Leaves". This leaf originates from Early 15th Century Northern France. This leaf belongs to the Office of the Virgin, and currently resides at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut.
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