Codex Caesareus Upsaliensis. An Echternach Gospel-book of the eleventh century.
Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1971.
[in a maroon cloth slipcase with:]
De civitate Dei.
Germany, ?Westphalia, c. 1300.
A handsome bifolium from a large folio copy of St. Augustine’s greatest work, a vindication of Christianity against pagan critics.
[LITURGY WITH MUSICAL NOTATION.]
MISSAL, with readings and music for the 18th, 19th and 20th Sundays after Pentecost; a partial...
The fine angular script and elegantly simple initials are typical of Cistercian manuscripts, although the absence of punctus flexus punctuation precludes a more definitive Cistercian attribution.