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Fragment: Antiphonal (Italy) Date: c. 1050-1150 Found in: Denari, Odofredo. Refugium advocatorum. Milan: Giovanni Giacomo da Legnano, [1522]. The unassuming example...
  Fragment: Missal (France?) Date: c. 1150-1225 Found in: La Pape, Guy de. Lectura subtilis et aurea … Guidonis Pape. [Lyons: for Simon Vincent?, 1517.] The parchment...
Fragment: Gradual (Italy) Date: c. 1425-1525 Found in: Naples (Kingdom). Capitula regni una cum apparatu, ac utilissimis, et necessariis prioribus. [Campagna: Domenico...
  Fragment: Epistolary (Northern France) Date: c. 1175-1250 Found in: Bartolomeo, da Brescia. Casus Decretorum. Basel: Nicolaus Kessler, 1489. The parchment used here as a...
The liturgy of the Church in medieval Europe was built around two core elements: the Mass and the Divine Office. The Mass was a once-daily celebration of the sacrament of...
Fragment: Bible (Italy) Date: c. 1100 Found in: La Pape, Guy de. Singularia Guidonis Papae. [Lyons: Jacob Giunta], 1540. This example illustrates nicely one of the most...
Fragment: Bible Date: Before c. 1100 Found in: Constitutiones marchie anconitane noviter emendate. [Perugia:] Franciscus Baldassaris, 1502. Early Latin-speaking Christians...
In 15th- and 16th-century Europe, reusing and recycling was second nature. Linen rags were turned into paper, human urine was used to create lye, iron was melted down and...
Nearly 150 early printed books in the Yale Law Library have bindings that incorporate visible pieces of medieval manuscript. A number of these books are featured in...
The January 12, 2010 issue of the Yale Daily News has an excellent article on our "Images of Justice" exhibit, curated by my intern Seth Quidachay-Swan of Southern...

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