ARC Scan 11

Dublin Core

Title

ARC Scan 11

Subject

The topic of the source appears to be a sort of religious hym or reading.

Description

18.5cm tall x 13cm wide

Has three 1cm x 1cm large decorated letters in addition to smaller words.

0.5cm between lines

0.3cm between words

words occupy 9.5cm x 6cm of space with a 9.5cm x 3cm illustration on the right of the page.

There are 14 lines on this page

The parchment sounds dry. There is wear on the edges - browning that could be caused from binding the book.

There are small holes that appear to be cut by a razor - this could be what was used by the monks to hold their paper down for copying

At the bottom left of the parchment and middle right it is thinner and almost transparent.

Most of the illumination is in tact and well preserved.

Pores are visible on this side suggesting it is the skin side. However, they are difficult to see, suggesting the quality of this manuscript is good.

There is a mark in the right corner from where it was once bent.

There is a clear alignment tool used and ruling lines are visible.

There are no pickings visible on the inner margins suggesting that someone cleaned up this manuscript at some point.

Creator

Most likely a monk ?

Source

http://0d128dac-d083-43c7-81d1-6a15abd3b772

Date

Most likely 14th century

Contributor

Emily Guigue

Format

Parchment / 18.5x13cm

Language

Appears to be in Medieval Latin

Type

Religious

Alternative Title

Old #8

Abstract

First ten lines read something like:
velociter exaudi me domi/ ne defecit spiritus meus/ non auertas faciem tu/ am a me et †similist† †ew† descé/ dentibus in lacum/ auditam fac mini ma/ ne misericordiam tuá quia/ in te speravi/ notam fac mini viam/ in qua ambulem quia ad

Medium

Ink on parchment

Collection

Citation

Most likely a monk ?, “ARC Scan 11,” Medieval Ottawa, accessed November 15, 2018, http://medievalottawa.org/items/show/429.