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Manuscript title: Prayers and liturgical pieces from Orient and Occident
Manuscript summary: A manuscript consistiting of three production units. The first two were copied in Paris, probably around the end of the 15th century, by the famous professor of Greek, Georgius Hermonymus of Sparta (†1511-1516). They contain prayers and liturgical pieces, particularly from the Abbey of Saint Denis in France, including an as yet apparently unpublished translation of a Mass formula for Saints Dionysius, Rusticus and Elutherius into Greek. The last part, an addition to the others, is the work of a single hand, very similar in appearance to that of Hermonymous, perhaps that of one of his pupils. (and)
Origin: Paris (France)
Period: 15th century
Image source: Bern, Burgerbibliothek, Cod. 703: Prayers and liturgical pieces from Orient and Occident