Praha, Archiv Pražského hradu, fond Knihovna Metropolitní kapituly u sv. Víta, ms. A XXVI

Siglum: 
CZ-PKap A XXVI
Shelfmark: 
ms. A XXVI
Source type: 
Century: 
Formal description: 
perg.; ff. I+88; 26,5 x 20,5 cm
Date: 
a. 1253
Notation: 
notatio Lotharingica posterior
Provenance: 
Praha, Ecclesia Cathedralis
Title: 
Evangelistarium [Podlaha: Plenarium (evangelia per annum)]
Identification note: 

f. 88v: Anno dominice incarnacionis Millesimo CC° L III°  libellus iste scriptus est sub Wencezlao, rege IIII Bohemorum, et Nicolao, Pragensis episcopo XXIII. Perfectus est autem IX Kalendas Julii.

Contents: 

f.  Ir                     (vacuum est)

f.  Iv-IIv               Index psalmorum et hymnorum

ff. 1r-66r              PSALTERIUM

ff. 66r-71r            Litaniae et preces

ff. 71r-75r            Officium defunctorum
                            ff. 74v-75r: Litaniae defunctorum

ff. 75r-79v           Incipit cursus de passione

ff. 79v-81v          Incipit cursus de beata virgine

ff. 81v-83v          Antiphonae et orationes variae

ff. 83v-84v          Officium in festo Omnium sanctorum

ff. 84v-99v          LIBER HYMNARIUS

f.  99v                  Vespere et psalmi paenitentiales

f.  100r                 (vacuum est)

f.  100v                Conspectus mnemotechnicus psalmorum ad vesperas

References: 
Patera - Podlaha (1910), No. 41; Podlaha (1903), No. 21, p. 87-89; Spunar (1957), pp. 58-60; Krása (1982), p. 51
Notes: 
Part of the manuscript collection associated with reforms introduced by the Prague Dean Vít in the mid-thirteenth century, written highly probably in his scriptorium. First generation of books using the late Lothringian notation on four lines in Prague. See also CZ-Pnm XIV A 9, CZ-Pnm XIV A 10 and CZ-Pnm XIV B 9.