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J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts original enclosures study collection, 1983-2005

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J. Paul Getty Museum Department of Manuscripts Original Enclosures Study Collection, 1983-2005
Ludwig Catalogue
Includes twenty-two enclosures originally housing manuscripts from the Ludwig collection, acquired in 1983.
Arrangement
Enclosures are grouped first by volume number, then by sub-category according to Handlist of Items in the Collection of Manuscripts. Within each sub-category, enclosures are listed sequentially by museum accession number.
Volume 1:
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2017.IA.37-01 83.MS.49 Original enclosure for Folia 2. The Master of St. Veronica, two single leaves representing The Crucifixion and St. Anthony Abbot; Cologne, ca. 1400-1410 (Dimensions: 16.25 x 11.9375 x 0.5 inches)
II Gospel Books:
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2017.IA.37-02 83.MB.66 Original enclosure for Ms. II.2. Single leaf with the beginning of the Gospel of St. John; Benedictine Abbey of Farfa, ca. 1100 (Dimensions: 13 x 9.875 x 1.125 inches)
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2017.IA.37-03 83.MB.67 Original enclosure for Ms. II.3. Gospel book; Helmarshausen, ca. 1120-1140 (Dimensions: 10 x 7.75 x 3.25 inches)
IV Gospel Lectionaries, Epistolaries:
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2017.IA.37-04 83.MD.73 Original enclosure for Ms. IV.1. Gospel lectionary; Rhine-Meuse region, early ninth century (Dimensions: 11.125 x 9.75 x 3.0625 inches)
V Sacramentaries, Missals:
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2017.IA.37-05 83.MF.77 Original enclosure for Ms. V.2. Sacramentary; Mainz or Fulda, second quarter of the eleventh century (Dimensions: 12 x 9.5 x 5.1875 inches)
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2017.IA.37-06 83.MF.78 Original enclosure for Ms. V.3. Single leaf from a sacramentary; southwestern Germany or Switzerland, last third of the twelfth century (Dimensions: 18.4375 x 14.375 x 0.4375 inches)
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2017.IA.37-07 83.MG.81 Original enclosure for Ms. V.6. Missal from the Collegium Ducale; Vienna, ca. 1420-1430 (Dimensions: 18.125 x 14 x 6.1875 inches)
VI Antiphonals, Graduals:
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2017.IA.37-08 83.MH.84 Original enclosure for Ms. VI.1. Gradual; Bologna, written and illuminated by Jacobellus called Muriolus of Salerno, ca. 1270 (Dimensions: 24.8125 x 17.5625 x 6.1875 inches)
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2017.IA.37-09 83.MH.89 Original enclosure for Ms. VI.6. Master of Gerona, antiphonal; Bologna, late thirteenth century (Dimensions: 25.0625 x 19.0625 x 3.625 inches)
VIII Psalters:
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2017.IA.37-04 83.MK.92 Original enclosure for Ms. VIII.1. Single leaf from a psalter; northern Italy, third quarter of the ninth century (Dimensions: 13.8125 x 10.9375 x 1.3125 inches)
Volume 2:
IX Breviaries, Books of Hours, Prayer Books:
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2017.IA.37-10 83.ML.106 Original enclosure for Ms. IX.10. Book of hours, use of Utrecht; Utrecht, ca. 1460 (Dimensions: 7.875 x 6.375 x 2.75 inches)
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2017.IA.37-11 83.ML.110 Original enclosure for Ms. IX.14. Diurnal, use of Passau; probably atelier of Ulrich Schreier, ca. 1485 (Dimensions: 8.375 x 6.375 x 4 inches)
Volume 3:
XIII History:
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2017.IA.37-12 83.MP.145 Original enclosure for Ms. XIII.2. Single leaf from the Marienleben by Brother Philipp; Bavaria, ca. 1330-1350 (Dimensions: 18.4375 x 14.375 x 0.4375 inches)
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2017.IA.37-13 83.MP.146 Original enclosure for Ms. XIII.3. Six single leaves from the Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César; probably Paris, ca. 1390-1400 (Dimensions: 21 x 16.875 x 3 inches)
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2017.IA.37-14 83.MP.149 Original enclosure for Ms. XIII.6. Fifteen cuttings from Histoire de Charles Martel; written by David Aubert in Brussels, 1463-1465; illuminated in Bruges by Loyset Liédet, 1467-1472 (Dimensions: 16.3125 x 14.4375 x 2.4375 inches)
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2017.IA.37-15 83.MP.154 Original enclosure for Ms. XIII.11. Chronicle of the Counts of Zollern, genealogy with portraits of the Hohenzollern, probably by Jörg Ziegler; Augsburg and Rottenburg, ca. 1572 (Dimensions: 15.4375 x 12.75 x 2.125 inches)
X Oriental Writings:
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2017.IA.37-16 83.MM.118 Original enclosure for Ms. X.1. Fragments of a Koran; probably Tunisia, ninth century (Dimensions: 11.6875 x 9.4375 x 0.875 inches)
XI Theology:
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2017.IA.37-17 83.MN.126 Original enclosure for Ms. XI.7. Vita beatae Hedwigis; Silesia, 1353 (Dimensions: 14.0625 x 10.75 x 4.3125 inches)
XII Philosophy
Note
These manuscripts have been deaccessioned.
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2017.IA.37-18 Original enclosure for Ms. XII.10. Theorica planetarum; Italian, 4th quarter of the 16th century (Dimensions: 16.5 x 12 x 1.125 inches)
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2017.IA.37-19 Original enclosure for Ms. XII.13. Victor Meliand, Conclusiones ex philosophia universa, Paris, 1647. Written by Nicholas Jarry and illuminated by Nicholas Robert. (Dimensions: 19.5 x 14.75 x 1.0625 inches)
Volume 4:
XV Literature and Drama:
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2017.IA.37-04 83.MR.171 Original enclosure for Ms. XV.1. Aesop, Fables; Avianus, Fables; and moral-theological writings; probably Trier, third quarter of the fifteenth century (Dimensions: 12.125 x 9.5 x 3 inches)
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2017.IA.37-05 83.MR.179 Original enclosure for Ms. XV.9. Rudolf von Ems, Barlaam und Josaphat; Hagenau, atelier of Diebold Lauber, 1469 (Dimensions: 12.8125 x 9.75 x 4.25 inches)


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