xt7qrf5kdn16 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7qrf5kdn16/data/mets.xml  Italy   books  Latin   This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed in accordance with U. S. copyright laws. Medieval Manuscripts Book of Hours Ferrara, Italy Binding Waste Fragment Book of Hours, Use of Rome, 15th century (MS Latin Kentucky III) text Identifier: MS LAT KY III Summary: A 15th century Italian Book of Hours with a 12th century pastedown and list of owner-inscribed dates. Origin: 15th century Decoration: Alternating one-line red and blue letters with alternating red and blue pen scrolls. Two-line gold leafed letters with harping and beading penwork. Two-line alternating red and blue letters with alternating red or blue harping and beading penwork. Four-line illuminated initials with blue letterforms, green bowls highlighted with gold floral details. Floral borders with black pen flourishes. Provenance: J. Christian Bay (1871-1962). Pastedown has writing of an owner, giving series of dates including the date "26 November Papa Jullius". Perhaps Julius II (1503-1513) or Julius III (1534-1549). Notes: Binding pastedown (front) is a 12th century leaf with interesting punctuation. Excerpt from Sancti Eusebii Hieronymi In Hieremiam prophetam libri sex (Vol 59), St. Jerome. Front Pastdown and Flyleaf 1r: "[illegible] de manu potentium et laudabant liberatorem" to "...ta est lamentationis flectus et luctus Rachel plorantis" (p. 386-8). Fly leaf 1v"...orum hunc locum sic" to "...dum factus est neque enim decem tribus quae in civitatibus Medorum exsulant" (p. 390). A reader has made a small correction, inserting /non\ to "... et in visibilium ut non habeant potestatem" (fol. 140r). A series of performative instructions (for the reader to cross themselves) fol. 157r- 158r, 160r-161r. Another reader correction of ethon to eterne (fol. 158r). Prayer to S. Anthony of Padua commonly attributed to S. Bonaventure (1218-1274) or Friar Julian of Speyer between 1232-1240. Script: Gothic transitioning into Humanistic Support: Parchment Binding: Restored original Layout: Typical 4-column Kalens layout. Body text is one column, 16 lines. Book of Hours, Use of Rome, 15th century (MS Latin Kentucky III)   2021 true xt7qrf5kdn16 section xt7qrf5kdn16