Horae (Rouen or Sarum use)
Imprint: [Paris: Georg Wolf, c.1490]. 32°.
Remarks: Sheppard identifies the type as Wolf's 62 (60) G, in use in 1490. Incorrectly said to be use of Rome by ISTC. The readings, responsories, and versicles of the first five lessons of Matins of the Office of the Dead, contained in the fragment, correspond to the use of both Rouen and Sarum. Collation unknown.
Types: Type: 62 (60) G.
Line number: 16 lines (m1r).
Type area: Type area: 49 × 34 mm (m1r).
Proctor: Not in Pr;
Others: Sheppard 6362.
Copy number: H-178(1)
A fragment, consisting of a quarter sheet containing a gathering of 8 leaves, signed mi–iiii.
m1r: ‘Et ne nos. (red) Lectio prima | (black) [p]Arce mihi domine: ni- | hil enī ſunt dies mei. | Quid ē homo . . .' m8v, l. 14: ‘ . . . donec [per]trā | ſeat furor tu9: et conſtituas | mihi temp[us] in quo recorder' |’
Size of leaves: 80 × 58 mm.
Removed in 1969 from the binding of Byw. R 4.12: Plinius Secundus, Epistolae (Paris: Gilles Gourmont and Hémon Le Fèvre, July 1511).
Initials are supplied in red or blue.
Provenance (of Byw. R 4.12): Ingram Bywater (1840-1914). Bequeathed in 1914.
SHELFMARK: Byw. R 4.12*.
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