M.155, The Morgan Library & Museum

Holding institution title: Psalter

Holding institution classification: Psalter

Holding institution location: New York, NY

URL: https://www.themorgan.org/manuscript/77075

URL2: N/A

Digitization status: Partially digitized

Date: 1265-1330

Language(s): Latin

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Country of production: Belgium

City or region of production: Li├Ęge

Illumination contents: King David harping in initial B, St. Christopher, St. Catherine, St. Agnes, Martyrdom of St. Lambert, Male saint praying in initial D, Female saint holding book in initial C, Woman raising hand in initial V, Female saint holding book in initial D, Male holding book in initial D, Male holding book in initial D, Veiled woman in initial C, Male saint holding crozier in initial I, Male praying in initial S, Male saint in initial U, Female saint in initial D, Female saint in initial D, Male saint in initial C, Cycle of the life of St. Margaret in bas-de-page images, Male cleric in initial C, Female saint in initial D, Male cleric in initial D, Male saint in initial D, Veiled female in initial A, Christ healing a blind man in initial D, Female saint holding palm, St. Barbara, Male cleric in initial A, Male cleric in initial E, Female figure praying, Female saint holding palm, Male cleric in initial N, Flight into Egypt and Annunciation to the Shepherds in initial D, Female saint with palm, Angel holding scroll, Veiled female in initial O, Male and female figures praying in initial M, Male figure holding book in initial A, Male and female figures praying in initial M, Massacre of the Innocents in initial Q, Female saint holding a child’s hand and a palm frond, Female figure praying, Temptation of Christ in initial D, St. George, Male prophet with scroll, Male figure holding book in initial D, Male figure in initial E, Veiled female in initial D, Male figure holding palm in initial E, Christ holding orb and David in water in initial S, Male prophet with scroll, Male figure in initial C, Veiled female in initial A, Heraldic shield, Male figure holding book and palm in initial Q, King David ringing bells in initial E, Hunting cycle in margins, Female saint holding palm, Male figure in initial F, Veiled female in initial D, Male and female figures praying in initial M, St. Giles celebrating mass with Charlemagne and Gisela of Chelles in initial C, Prophet with scroll, Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane and Transfiguration in initial D, Male prophet with scroll in initial C, Male figure in initial P, Coronation of the Virgin and Trinity in initial D, Man holding flower, Possible female owner portrait kneeling in prayer, Female saint in initial C, Male figure in initial C, Female saint praying, Male figure in initial L, Veiled female in initial C, Male holding palm in initial L, Veiled female in initial E, Prophet with scroll in initial D, Male saint praying, Veiled female in initial U, Veiled female in initial P, Veiled female in initial L, Male figure in initial A, Veiled female in initial D, Veiled female in initial D, Male and female figures praying in initial M, Male figure praying in initial E, Veiled female in initial E, Male figure in initial L, Male figure in initial L, Male saint holding sword in initial L, Male saint holding gridiron in initial L, Male saint in initial L, Noli me tangere in initial C, Male saint in initial E, Male figure in initial C, Veiled female in initial D, Veiled female in initial T, Female saint holding tower, Cycle of jousting in bas-de-page images, Male figure in initial B, Female saint in initial B, Male and female figures praying in initial M, Male figure in initial O, Female saint, Veiled female holding book in initial K

Text contents: Psalter, Canticles, Litany

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Materials: Vellum

Binding original?: No

Binding description: Flemish 16th-century stamped calf, with 2 clasps, in a red morocco case lettered: Psalterium Davidis – Flemish MS on vellum c. 1340.

Folio height (in centimeters): 16

Folio width (in centimeters): 11

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