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Subject:Formulas, recipes, etc.--Manuscripts and ManuscriptsLanguage:ita and latDate Created:1300s to 1600sResource Type:TextIdentifier:Shelf Mark: Ms.Brown.It.1Extent:33 leaves; 30 x 22 cm.Additional Physical Characteristics:Folio with old 17th-century foliation 31-62, modern foliation in pencil, on paper with the exception of one leaf of reused medieval parchment (36). Paper quality and size inconsistent, some watermarks visible. Bound in ...Physical Repository:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryCollection:Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts CollectionProvenance:Purchased by Bruce and Dorothy Brown from Maggs Bros. Ltd, London, July 1992.Provider:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryGenre:miscellanies and manuscripts (documents)Archival Item Identifier:1992-044-2Fonds Title:Bruce and Dorothy Brown CollectionFonds Identifier:SC017Is Referenced By:Archival finding aid: https://www.uvic.ca/library/locations/home/spcoll/findaids/brown_collection_manuscripts.pdf and Special Collection Inventory: https://www.uvic.ca/library/locations/home/spcoll/collections/medieval/inventory.php.Date Digitized:2012-02-23Transcript:Catalogue and preliminary identification of watermarks by Natasha O'Reilly, with the assistance of Dr. Adrienne Williams Boyarin (ENGL), as part of coursework for a manuscript studies class with Dr. Boyarin, December 2016, available here: h...Technical Note:Metadata by KD.
Alternative Title:Quodlibetal fragment containing text from Henry of Ghent’s QuodlibetaSubject:Manuscripts, Medieval, Quodlibets (Music), and Quodlibeta (Henry, of Ghent)Contributor:Henry, of Ghent, 1217?-1293Location:Language:latDate Created:1300sResource Type:TextIdentifier:Shelf Mark: Fragm.Lat.8Extent:1 leaf : parchment ; 305 x 216 mmGeographic Coverage:France--ParisCoordinates:48.85341, 2.3488Physical Repository:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryCollection:Medieval and Early Modern ManuscriptsProvider:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryGenre:fragments (object portions) and manuscripts (documents)Archival Item Identifier:Accession Number: 2007-052 (Shelf 02/J/24)Fonds Title:Medieval Studies collectionFonds Identifier:SC070Is Referenced By:Special Collections Inventory: https://www.uvic.ca/library/locations/home/spcoll/collections/medieval/fragm-lat-8.php and Archival finding aid: https://uvic2.coppul.archivematica.org/medieval-studies-collectionDate Digitized:2021-03-21Transcript:Description and transcription (and preliminary identification of text) by Jaeden Langlois, as part of coursework for a Manuscript Studies class with Dr. Adrienne Williams Boyarin (English), December 2016, available here: https://www.uvic.ca/lib...Technical Note:Scanned on TTI/Betterlight by PD. 600dpi TIFF; 1/15; 283; bent5; camera 900. Metadata by KD.
Alternative Title:Missal (Feast of Corpus Christi)Subject:Catholic Church, Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern), Manuscripts, Latin, and LiturgicsContributor:Location:Language:latDate Created:1351 to 1400?Resource Type:TextIdentifier:Call Number: BX1750 B4 1628, Spine liningExtent:4 fragments ; 105 x 30 mmGeographic Coverage:Northern ItalyCoordinates:45.20543, 8.96233Additional Physical Characteristics:Gothic Script (generic)Physical Repository:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryCollection:Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts CollectionProvenance:Description by Madyson Huck in Adrienne Williams Boyarin's manuscript studies course (University of Victoria, Summer 2022): Manuscript material (mostly in Latin) removed from the Seghers Book Collection. Host volume was likely acquired by Charles John Seghers (1839–1886) from an unknown source. Seghers was a missionary in British Columbia, but collected books from across Europe. His collection was housed at St Andrew's Cathedral in Victoria, B.C. until 1976, when it was permanently loaned to University of Victoria's Special Collections and University Archives. It is worth noting that some items from the Seghers Collection were donated by other priests and parishioners after Seghers' death (Cazes 8). In addition to the above marks of provenance evident in the book, there are names from previous owners in the front matter which could be useful for future researchers.BibliographyProvider:University of Victoria (B.C.). LibraryGenre:manuscripts (documents), fragments (object portions), and missalsIs Referenced By:Fragmentarium: https://fragmentarium.ms/overview/F-coujDate Digitized:2023-01-25Transcript:Transcription by Madyson Huck in Adrienne Williams Boyarin's manuscript studies course (University of Victoria, Summer 2022) available here: https://fragmentarium.ms/uploads/transcriptions/F-couj/240/Huck_Fragments_BX1750_B4_1628.pdfTechnical Note:Scanned on Betterlight TTI at 600 DPI TIFF (1/20; 283; copy 4; camera at 1200) by PD. Metadata by KD.