1. jeannepompadour:

    The Sprinola Book of Hours illustrated by the Master of the Lübeck Bible and the Master of James IV of Scottland, 1510-20 Flemish

     


  2. (Source: medievalistsnet)

     

  3. manuscriptjourneys:

    HRCMIN 9403 (verso, front guard) Creator: unidentified
    Text: unidentified
    Region: Low Countries
    Date Range:approximately 1300-1450
    Layout: 5 visible lines in 2 columns
    Support: parchment
    Dimensions: 160 x 25 mm
    Language: Dutch
    Script: Gothic Bookhand (Gothic Textualis Formata)
    Structure and location: front and back guards

    This image was taken as part of a survey of medieval manuscript binding waste at the Harry Ransom Center. Comments regarding script, dating, localization and identification of text are highly encouraged and appreciated.

    For a diagram showing the structural features of a book click here

    Information about the book this manuscript waste was found in can be viewed in the online public access catalog of the University of Texas at Austin. This is a minimally cataloged item.


    by The Fragments Project http://flic.kr/p/hnVq68

     

  4. eadfrith:

    Sir Thomas Holme’s Book of Arms - folio 14r

    Two Knights in armour and colourful Tabards, these are from Suffolk.  Pike cover the tabard of one of the Knights.

    Harley MS 4205, Manuscript made in England, probably London between 1445-1524.

    Images from The British Library Manuscript website.

    http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Harley_MS_4205

     

  5. artofthedarkages:

    35r, Psalter, Cotton MS Galba A XVIII, British Library

     

  6. artofthedarkages:

    50r, Gospels, Add MS 9831, British Library

     

  7. artofthedarkages:

    84r, Gospels, Royal MS 1 B VII, British Library

     

  8. e-codices:

    St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 23, p. 156 on Flickr.

    Manuscript title: Folchart Psalter (Psalterium Gallicanum with Cantica)

    Manuscript summary: The Folchart Psalter, a masterpiece of late Carolingian illumination.

    Origin: St. Gall (Switzerland)

    Period: 9th century

    Image source: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 23: Folchart Psalter (Psalterium Gallicanum with Cantica)
    ( www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/list/one/csg/0023 )

     

  9. manuscriptjourneys:

    HRCMIN 9290 (recto, back guard) Creator: Gratian, active 12th century
    Text: Decretum (Corpus iuris canonici, Decreti secunda pars, causa 7, quest. 1. c. 36)
    Region: France
    Date Range: approximately 1250-1350
    Layout: 7 lines in 2 columns
    Support: parchment
    Dimensions: 110 x 25 mm
    Language: Latin
    Script: Gothic Bookhand (Textualis Formata/Libraria)
    Structure and location: back endleaf guard

    This image was taken as part of a survey of medieval manuscript binding waste at the Harry Ransom Center. Comments regarding script, dating, localization and identification of text are highly encouraged and appreciated.

    For a diagram showing the structural features of a book click here

    Information about the book this manuscript waste was found in can be viewed in the online public access catalog of the University of Texas at Austin.


    by The Fragments Project http://flic.kr/p/h9x4r4

     

  10. e-codices:

    St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 23, p. 173 on Flickr.

    Manuscript title: Folchart Psalter (Psalterium Gallicanum with Cantica)

    Manuscript summary: The Folchart Psalter, a masterpiece of late Carolingian illumination.

    Origin: St. Gall (Switzerland)

    Period: 9th century

    Image source: St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 23: Folchart Psalter (Psalterium Gallicanum with Cantica)
    ( www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/list/one/csg/0023 )