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Book of Hours (Use of Rome) – Reconstruction

Parchment · 26 leaves · 1425 – 1450 CE · France · 186 x 134 (90 x 60) mm
F-waaj
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Ege, Otto F. (Fragmentator)
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Book of Hours broken by Otto F. Ege in the mid-twentieth century, with leaves used as no. 29 in his "Fifty Original Leaves of Medieval Manuscripts" portfolios.