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Nicholas Orchard, Volume 2 of 2: Text, 870252188. Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodley 579, the so-called 'Leofric Missal', is for the most part not really a missal, but a late-ninth or early-tenth-century combined sacramentary, pontifical and ritual with cues for the sung parts of various masses by the original, possibly French or Lotharingian, scribe.
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The Leofric Missal is an illuminated manuscript, not strictly a conventional missal . Henry Bradshaw Society, 2 vols. 1. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell & Brewer.
The Leofric Missal is an illuminated manuscript, not strictly a conventional missal, from the 10th and 11th century, now in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University where it is catalogued as Bodley 579. The origins of the manuscript date to around 900 AD when a sacramentary was produced in Lotharingia. The Missal gained its name from the dedication on the first folio (f) that the book was given by Leofric to his cathedral The Missal consists of three basic sections.
The Leofric Missal I, ed. by Nicholas Orchard, Henry Bradshaw Society, 113 (London: Henry Bradshaw Society, 2002), pp. 48, 208, 225. Claus Michael Kauffmann, Biblical Imagery in Medieval England 700-1500 (London: Harvey Miller, 2003), p. 141. K. D. Hartzell, Catalogue o. . Hartzell, Catalogue of Manuscripts Written or Owned in England up to 1200 containing Music (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2006), no. 159. Richard Gameson, The Earliest Books of Canterbury Cathedral: Manuscripts and Fragments to c. 1200 (London: Bibliographical Society, 2008), p. 123.
Rochester, New York: Published for the Henry Bradshaw Society by the Boydell Press. That very complexity makes it exceptionally interesting to connoisseurs of Anglo-Saxon liturgy and also to historians of earlier medieval Europe
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