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Antiphonarium – Fragment

Parchment · 2 strips · 1401 – 1425 CE · Mondsee · 20-28 x 268 mm
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Wien, Ă–sterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Fragm. 107b
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This antiphonary was written in Mondsee in the first quarter of the 15th c. As noted by R. Klugseder, the text follows the order of the Hirsau Liber ordinarius and shows no evidence of the Melk church reform, which is introduced later in the century. From the original manuscript survived several fragments in Mondsee bookbindings (Wien Ă–NB, Cod. 3651, 3655, 3656, 3659, 3812, 3835, 5147) as well as two detached fragment groups (Fragm. 107b and 124).

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