12th-century antiphoner from the monastery of St. Amand, France. Staff notation, with F and C clefs. Monastic cursus. 191 folios.
Ff. 1-98v: Temporale. 1r, First Sunday of Advent; 13r, Christmas; 16r, Stephen; 30r, Ferial Office; 37r, Septuagesima; 41v, Ash Wednesday; 58r, Maundy Thursday; 63r, Easter; 76r, Ascension; 79r, Pentecost; 82r, Trinity; 84v, Summer Histories; 95r, Sundays after Pentecost.
Ff. 98v-172r: Sanctorale. 98v, Andrew; 103v, Nicasius; 112r, Conversion of Paul; 118r, Amandus; 120v, Octave of Amandus; 123v, Gregory; 129r, Rictrudis; 130r, Cyricus; 132v, Octave of Cyricus; 139v, Mary Magdalene; 142r, Laurence; 158r, Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins; 159v, Dedication of a Church; 162r, All Saints; 169v, Catherine; 171v, George.
Ff. 172v-188r: Common of Saints (172v, Common of Evangelists). Ff. 188r-189v: Office for the Dead. Ff. 189v-191v: Invitatory Tones.
The index for F-VAL 114 was prepared at The Catholic University of America by Charles Downey, Denise Gallo, Keith Glaeske, and Lila Collamore.