Karolingisches Sakramentar. Fragment.

Title:
Karolingisches Sakramentar. Fragment.
Library:
Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Language:
Latin
City:
WIEN (VIENNA, Vienne), Austria
Shelf Mark:
Cod. Vindobonensis 958
Alternate Names:
Bobbio Sacramentary -- Carolingian Sacramentary (Fragment) -- Liber sacramentorum -- Wiener Sakramentar --
Origin:
Saint-Amand, Northern France
Dimensions:
8 folios (all that remains of the original codex) -- 270-280 x 216-220 mm.
Date Description:
Second half of the 9th century
Content:
Orations and Benediction for the ordination of a subdeacon (fol. 1r-v) [but actually this content belongs at the end of quire beginning with fol.8] -- Prayers for the Mass of the Assumption [later insert, still in 9th century] (fol. 2r) -- Canon of the Mass ending at Agnus Dei [note the later insertion (probably still in 9th century) of the Memento mortuorum in upper margin] (fols. 2v-8v) -- Note: This manuscript was in Bobbio in the 10th century (see p. 10 and 2 images between pp. 10 and 11 of Commentary) --
Hand:
Carolingian minuscule [caroline minuscule] -- uncial [uncialis] -- rubrics in Rustic Capitals [Capitalis rustica] --
Illuminations:
Yes
Type of Decoration:
gold is used -- Elaborate frames for the golden uncial text (fols. 2v-6r) -- VereDignum (fol. 4r) -- Te igitur (fol. 5v) --
Musical Notation:
Yes
Call Number:
Special Collections Rare Books XLarge BX 2037 .A3 G7 1971 Non-Circulating + Text
Commentary Volume:
Yes
Nature of Facsimile:
Complete full-size color reproduction of the entire extant manuscript --
Series:
Codices selecti 25
Publication Date:
1971
Place of Publication:
Graz, Austria
Publisher:
Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt
Notes:
Commentary booklet by Franz Unterkircher -- The various levels of marginal additions and glosses are described on pp. 13-14 [e.g., St. Lambert (fols. 6v & 8r) points to Liege, while the early addition of Stephen, Laurence and otherr saints venerated near Milan indicates that the manuscript came early to Northern Italy --
Type of Text:
fragment, liturgical, religious, sacramentary