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In fifteenth-century Missals, tradition required that the beginning of the Canon of the Mass ("Te igitur") should be illustrated with an image of the crucified Christ or a related image of sacrifice. This edition shows Christ on the Cross.
This Missal was printed specifically for use in Carmelite monasteries. The gathering of paper leaves containing the Canon of the Mass in Bridwell Library's copy was replaced with sturdy contemporary vellum leaves bearing the same text copied out in…
Numerous early printed missals, such as this edition published for the use of Carmelite monasteries, included music notation in the section of text located immediately prior to the Canon of the Mass. Plaited leather button tabs were also attached to…
First missal printed for Dominican Use and is an early example of Venetian music publishing. This copy of the Dominican Missal was owned by the Dominicans of Frankfurt am Main in Germany.
Book is in complete condition which is rare but also shows the widespread and prolonged use of the item. Early missals like this one were printed without notation for the owner to fill in.
The missal is a Christian service book that provides the texts necessary for the celebration of the Mass by a priest. It includes chants, prayers, scriptural readings, and directions (rubrics) written in red. The presence of location specific saints…
This illuminated manuscript is a missal which contains all of the prayers, hymns, and biblical passages read by the priest during the celebration of the Latin Mass throughout the year. It features Bohemian saints such as St. Wenceslaus, in the…
This illuminated manuscript is a missal which contains all of the prayers, hymns, and biblical passages read by the priest during the celebration of the Latin Mass throughout the year. The "Use of Sarum" refers to the Anglo-Saxon and Norman liturgy…
This magnificently illuminated Missal was censored in the sixteenth century by order of Henry VIII (1491–1547). Unable to resolve his religious, political, and personal conflicts with Pope Clement VII and Pope Paul III, the king broke with the Roman…