Two fragments, likely from the same manuscript, obtained in Paris in August 1930, according to a note on the back of the frame.
Page dimensions, 560x390mm; written area approx. 410 x 255 mm.
Southern Textualis (perhaps French?).
Red, four-line staff, five per page; upward pointing custodes, and red divisio lines.
Initials one line in height, open each antiphon, alternating red on a blue background and a somewhat brighter blue on a red background, both with penwork. Second letters of antiphons and opening letters of psalms highlighted in a now-faded yellow. Narrow, slightly curved c-clefs; f clef with three downward pointing rectangles. A catchword, "quando," on 1v.
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