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|Named Person:||Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.|
|Material Type:||Original artwork, Picture, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Frederick Lewis; Catholic Church.; Free Library of Philadelphia. Rare Book Department.; Free Library of Philadelphia.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Layout: Written on lead ruling; textblock: 420 x 268 mm.
Script: Written in rotunda.
Decoration: One leaf with historiated initial with foliate extension; square notation on 4-line red staves on front (true recto) and reverse (staff height: 32 mm.).
Materials: Parchment with ink, paint, and gold.
Music: Contains musical notation.
Shelfmark: Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, MS Lewis E M 73:20.
Lewis E M 73:10-13 and 15-20 are from the same gradual. E M 73:14 shows similar style of illumination, but is from an antiphonal. Leaf is mounted on a mat; signature and stamp of J.F. Lewis in lower margin on reverse with "c. 1320" written above; on recto in his hand is "Italian (Sicily) 14th Century Capital 'I'" Note on mat of E M 73:13 indicates that this was executed for a Dominican congregation, probably based on illustrations on E M 73: 18 and 20].
|Description:||1 detached leaf (from a gradual) : parchment, illustrations ; 571 x 384 mm|
|Contents:||Begins the Introit for the Wednesday in Holy Week, "In nomini domini omne genu flectatur celestium terrestrium et infernorum ... ;" text continues on the reverse (true verso). Rubric on reverse: "V[ersus]."|
|Other Titles:||Gradual (Ms. Free Library of Philadelphia. Lewis E M 73:20)|
- Jesus Christ -- Art.
- Dominicans -- Art.
- Catholic Church -- Liturgy -- Texts -- Illustrations.
- Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.
- Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic -- Italy -- Rome.
- Graduals (Chants) -- Italy -- Rome.
- Jesus Christ.
- Catholic Church.
- Graduals (Chants)
- Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic.
- Liturgics -- Texts.
- Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)
- Italy -- Rome.
- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.