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.
(Lisa Fagin Davis, and students in the Simmons School of Library and Information Science LIS 464 ("The Medieval Manuscript from Charlemagne to Gutenberg"), Fall 2018: Catherine Marie Adam; Bailey Brunick; Erin Clauss; Hannah Kathleen Elder; Sarah Elisabeth French; Will James Gregg; Anna Therese Hocker; Brianna Lynn Ives; Maria Margaret Lentini; Sarah Marie McClintock; Abra D Mueller; Sarah Grace Muellers; Denise G. O'Malley; James Scott Perlman; Jessica Ryan; Meredith Grace Santaus; Melissa Crane Seldon; Allison Smith; Alexandra Catherine Steed; Sarah Jane Stupak; Samantha Throgmorton; Rebecca Vitkauskas; Melissa Rose Walker; Madeline Weaver; Ashley Williams.
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Online Since 12/25/2018
Book of Hours (Use of Rome)
Parchment · 26 leaves · 1425 – 1450 CE · France · 186 x 134 (90 x 60) mm