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I-Lcr 5
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Lucca, Biblioteca Arcivescovile MS 5 is two manuscripts, a compendium of bishop's liturgy and other material dating to 1175-1200, and a noted breviary covering the entirety of the church year and common offices dating to  between 1125-50. Its liturgy is comprised of a large number of European uses uniquely combined and modified; the breviary also sometimes incorporates the use of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem as it existed prior to its 1149 revision under Patriarch Fulcher of Angoulême. The breviary of Lucca MS 5 most likely represents the use of the Cathedral of Tyre in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.

Selected bibliography: 

Buchthal, Hugo, and Francis Wormald. Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957.

Dondi, Cristina. The Liturgy of the Canons Regular of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem: A Study and a Catalogue of the Manuscript Sources. Turnhout: Brepols, 2004.

Kohler, Charles. “Un Ritual et Un Breviaire Du Saint Sepulchre de Jerusalem (XIIe-XIIIe Siecles).” In Revue de L’orient Latin, 8:383–449. Paris, 1900.

Mayer, Hans Eberhard. “Das Pontifikale von Tyrus Und Die Krönung Der Lateinischen Könige von Jerusalem: Zugleich Ein Beitrag Zur Forschung Über Herrschaftszeichen Und Staatssymbolik.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 21 (1967): 141–232.

Minervini, Laura. “Produzione e circolazione di manoscritti negli stati crociati: biblioteche e scriptoria latini.” In Medioevo romanzo e orientale: Il viaggio dei testi : III Colloquio internazionale, Venezia, 10-13 ottobre 1996, edited by Antonio Pioletti and Francesca Rizzo Nervo, 79–96. Soveria Mannelli Catanzaro: Rubbettino, 1999.

Ottosen, Knud. L’antiphonaire Latin au Moyen-Age: réorganisation des séries de répons de l’Avent classés par R.-J. Hesbert. Rerum ecclesiasticarum documenta. Roma: Casa Editrice Herder, 1986.

Salvadó, Sebastián. “The Liturgy of the Holy Sepulchre and the Templar Rite: Edition and Analysis of the Jerusalem Ordinal (Rome, Bib. Vat., Barb. Lat. 659) with a Comparative Study of the Acre Breviary (Paris, Bib. Nat., Ms. Latin 10478).” Dissertation, Stanford University, 2011.

 

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