M.1000, The Morgan Library & Museum

Holding institution title: Book of Hours

Holding institution classification: Book of Hours

Holding institution location: New York, NY

URL: https://www.themorgan.org/manuscript/76923


Digitization status: Partially digitized

Date: 1395 -1445

Language(s): Latin, French

Use: Paris

Country of production: France

City or region of production: Paris

Illumination contents: Warming before the fire, Aquarius, Chopping tree, Pisces, Pruning shrubs, Aries, Pruning branches, Taurus, Falconing, Gemini, Mowing, Cancer, Cutting grain, Leo, Threshing, Virgo, Making wine, Libra, Sowing seed, Scorpio, Gathering acorns, Sagittarius, Slaughtering hog, Capricorn, St. Luke, St. Matthew, St. Mark, Christ Before Pilate, Virgin and Child enthroned with angel, Virgin and child with angels, Annunciation, Visitation, Nativity, Annunciation to the Shepherds, Adoration of the Magi, Presentation in the Temple, Flight into Egypt, Coronation of the Virgin, David Penitent, Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, Mocking of Christ before Caiaphas, Flagellation of Christ, Christ carrying the Cross, Crucifixion, Descent from the Cross, Entombment, Pentecost, Men confounded, Baptism of Christ, St. Paul baptizing, Apostle Peter Preaching, Apostle Peter and Evangelist John praying to Christ, Holy Spirit falling on gentiles and Cornelius the Centurion, Office of the Dead, Trinity, Assumption of the Virgin, Archangel Michael transfixing satan, John the Evangelist, Sts. Simon and Jude, St. Andrew, St. Thomas, St. Stephen, St. Denis, St. Lawrence of Rome, St. John the Baptist, St. Martin of Tours, St. Nicholas, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Anne and the Virgin, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Catherine, St. Margaret, Owner portrait praying to Virgin and Child, Last Judgment

Text contents: Calendar, Gospel Sequences, O Intemerata, Obsecro te, Hours of the Virgin, Penitential Psalms, Hours of the Cross, Hours of the Holy Spirit, Office of the Dead, Suffrages, Additional prayers

Hours intercalated?:





Materials: Vellum

Binding original?: No

Binding description: Late-19th century gold-tooled red morocco by RivieĢ€re and Sons of London.

Folio height (in centimeters): 18

Folio width (in centimeters): 13.2

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