Gottschalk Antiphonal – FragmentParchment · Bifolium · 1180 – 1200 CE · Lambach, Austria (Stiftsbibliothek) · 334 x 242 mm (each leaf)
Unknown, Current Location Unknown, II.1.i 2 and II.1.i 3, Leaves 34 and 35 in Davis, The Gottschalk Antiphonary (i.e. the fourth and fifth leaves of the third group of leaves)
How to quote
Davis, Lisa Fagin. The Gottschalk Antiphonary : Music and Liturgy in Twelfth-Century Lambach (Cambridge (UK): Cambridge Univ. Press, 2000)
Virtual reconstruction available
Gottschalk of Lambach (Scribe)
A now-lost bifolium of the Gottschalk Antiphonal, written and illustrated by Gottschalk of Lambach at and for the use of the Stiftsbibliothek Lambach (Upper Austria) in the late twelfth century. On .1.i.3r, the first responsory of the first Sunday after the octave of Epiphany begins with a four-line initial [D] in red and purple. This bifolium was formerly bound open as a flyleaf in the back of Lambach, Stiftsbibliothek Ink. II.1.i (Hain-Copinger 13018*). It was seen in the binding by Lisa Fagin Davis as late as 1992 but by 2017 had been removed from the binding and is now lost. II.1.i 2: ...vox audita est.../...quoniam ipse evellet de laqueo...; II.1.i 3: ...pedes meos. P. Ad te domine.../...A. Ortus conclusus. Ad primam.