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|Title:||[Calendar] [manuscript]. [ca. 1462]|
|Abstract:||Manuscript calendar on vellum (ca. 119 x 95 mm.); executed East-Central France, ca. 1462; in Latin with full calendar except for December (fol. 6-13); calendar preceded by astrological tables, a table of signs of the zodiac and their corresponding humours, parts of the body, birth stones, etc., and whether each is good or bad, an alphabetical list of psalms, a table of the golden numbers, etc.; calendar filled with astrological and other information (including Biblical anniversaries (the creation of the world, the creation of Adam) and saints (sparse, St Louis of France in red, names in brown include St Claude of Besançon and St Domitian, first Abbott of St Rambert-de-Joux, Diocese of Lyons) Title supplied by cataloguer; description based on information supplied by bookseller.|
|Description:||Physical description:  fol. : col. ill. ; 15 cm. Title supplied by cataloguer; description based on information supplied by bookseller. Calendar illuminated with 11 "K L" initials at the beginning of each month in blue and gold leaf; table (fol. 14) for calculating the length of each day with 3 circular col. diagrams around a triangle surmounted by an eagle (examples made out for year 1462); clear impressions of offsets of pilgrim badges on fol. 1v; with old circular ownership stamp of Seminaire St Sulpice ("BIBL SEM S SULP") in black on fols. 3r and 14v.). In modern vellum binding; original gilt edges; with damp staining affecting some text.|
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