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Missal Collection

Background imageMissal Collection: Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539). Engraving. Colored

Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539). Engraving. Colored
Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539). Queen of Spain and Empress of Germany. Engraving after a painting of Titian, by Al Dauvergne. The Artistic Illustration, 1902. Colored

Background imageMissal Collection: Monk with Skull, Etc

Monk with Skull, Etc
Father Leonard Parisinus, a missionary monk, with a selection of significant items - a skull, a crucifix, a missal and an empty candlestick

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal Vetus Oxemense. Drop cap depicting The Pentecost. 12t

Missal Vetus Oxemense. Drop cap depicting The Pentecost. 12t
Codex Missal Vetus Oxemense. Anonimous. 12th-13th centuries. Parchment. Drop cap depicting The Pentecost. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Sacramentary (Incunable Fragment)

Sacramentary (Incunable Fragment)
Two consecutive bifolios from an incunabula, parchment. Part of a liturgical text, probably a sacramentary but possibly a missal. Date: Late circa 15th Century

Background imageMissal Collection: Noted Missal (Fragment)

Noted Missal (Fragment)
Parchment leaf, probably from a missal, cut to about 1/3 of its original size. The liturgical text on this fragment is from the Second Book of Kings, featuring the widow visiting the prophet Elisha

Background imageMissal Collection: Liturgical Text (Fragment)

Liturgical Text (Fragment)
Leaf from a liturgical text, either a missal or a breviary, parchment. Text in a single column in dark brown ink in a Caroline minuscule with red capitals and rubrics. Date: circa 11th Century

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal (Fragment)

Missal (Fragment)
Fragment from a Missal, parchment. A double leaf that has been cut in half horizontally so the bottom of each folio is missing. Date: Mid 15th Century

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal. of St. Eulalia. Liturgical book, C. 1403. By Rafael

Missal. of St. Eulalia. Liturgical book, C. 1403. By Rafael Destorrents (1375-15th century). 1st folio. Martyrdom of St. Stephen, stoned to death. Archive of Barcelona Cathedral. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Initial. Missal

Initial. Missal
Missal. Initial detail. Friar near death. Latin. Codex 9. 1524. Printing Rosenbach (Barcelona, Spain). Chapter Archive of Tortosa. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Duke of Bedford praying before St George

Duke of Bedford praying before St George
The Duke of Bedford and St. George - From the Bedford Missal

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal. of St. Eulalia, 1403 by Rafael Destorrents (1375-15

Missal. of St. Eulalia, 1403 by Rafael Destorrents (1375-15
Missal. of St. Eulalia. Liturgical book, C. 1403. By Rafael Destorrents (1375-15th century). 1st folio. Last Judgment. Archive of Barcelona Cathedral. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Gothic ornament and scrollwork of the late 15th, early 16thC

Gothic ornament and scrollwork of the late 15th, early 16thC.. Chromolithograph from Jakob Heinrich von Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century

Background imageMissal Collection: NOTKER BALBULUS (840-912). Benedictine monk of the

NOTKER BALBULUS (840-912). Benedictine monk of the Abbey of St. Gall. Poet and composer of Gregorian chant. Codex Sangallensis 376. Missal manuscript ca

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal Vetus Oxemense. The Circumcision of Jesus. 12th-13th

Missal Vetus Oxemense. The Circumcision of Jesus. 12th-13th
Codex Missal Vetus Oxemense. Anonimous. 12th-13th centuries. Parchment. The Circumcision of Jesus. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal Vetus Oxemense. The Ascension of Jesus. 12th-13th cen

Missal Vetus Oxemense. The Ascension of Jesus. 12th-13th cen
Codex Missal Vetus Oxemense. Anonimous. 12th-13th centuries. Parchment. The Ascension of Jesus. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Initial. Missal

Initial. Missal
Missal.s Initial detail. Holy Spirit. Latin. Codex 9. 1524. Printing Rosenbach (Barcelona, Spain). Chapter Archive of Tortosa. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageMissal Collection: Wurzburg Missal, 1470 - 2

Wurzburg Missal, 1470 - 2
Part of a page from the Wurzburg Missal, 1470, one of the earliest printed books Date: 1470

Background imageMissal Collection: Wurzburg Missal, 1470 - 1

Wurzburg Missal, 1470 - 1
Part of a page from the Wurzburg Missal, 1470, one of the earliest printed books Date: 1470

Background imageMissal Collection: Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, and wife Cunigunde

Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, and wife Cunigunde.. Chromolithograph from Jakob Heinrich von Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century, Frankfurt, 1889

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal with scene of the Crucifixion. School of

Missal with scene of the Crucifixion. School of Avignon (1409). Gothic art. Miniature Painting. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Library

Background imageMissal Collection: Abbot Blessed Balsamus, 13th c Abbey of Cava

Abbot Blessed Balsamus, 13th c Abbey of Cava
The Blessed Balsamus of Cava, abbot from 1208 to 1232, receives a manuscript of a Benedictine monk of Bari. Roman missal. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. ITALY. CAMPANIA. SALERNO. Cava de Tirreni

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal of Sant Cugat del Vall鳮Miniature painting

Missal of Sant Cugat del Vall鳮Miniature painting
Missal of Sant Cugat del Vall鳮 Miniature painting (circa 1402), supposedly made by Joan Melec, from Avignons school. Capital letters. Saint Peter is released in Jerusalem by an angel

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal

Missal. Depiction of the Majesty (Maiestas). School of Avignon. Gothic art. Miniature Painting

Background imageMissal Collection: Missal. 1409. Representation of the Crucifixion

Missal. 1409. Representation of the Crucifixion. School of Avignon. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. SPAIN. Madrid. National Library

Background imageMissal Collection: Wurzburg Missal 1470

Wurzburg Missal 1470
Five lines of print from the Wurzburg Missal, one of the earliest printed books. Date: 1470

Background imageMissal Collection: Two Germans 1475

Two Germans 1475
The young man with plumed cap and cape over one shoulder eyes the lady, but she is off to mass, missal in hand... Date: circa 1475



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