Praha, Knihovna Národního muzea, ms. XII B 17

Siglum: 
CZ-Pn XII B 17
Shelfmark: 
ms. XII B 17
Source type: 
Century: 
Formal description: 
perg; ff. 241; 36 x 25 cm; illumin.
Date: 
± 1480 (Brodský)
Notation: 
notatio rhombica
Provenance: 
Pilsna [Plzeň], Ecclesia sancti Bartholomei; olim Praha, Ecclesia Cathedralis
Title: 
Missale domini Martini Mertlík [Bartoš: Plzeňský misál Martina Mertlíka]
Identification note: 

f. 1r: Anno domini Millesimo Quadringentesimo Tercio  [sic!]* feria sexta die Concepcionis Marie virginis hora vesperarum obiit honorabilis pater dominus Martinus dictus Mertlík, qui has sacras vestes et clenodia legavit pro altario ss. Felicis et A[da]ucti martirum in eclessia sancti Bartholomei in Nowa Plzna. Item primo missale hoc, quod manibus propriis scripsit etc.
f. 86v: [...] quas [hostias]involutas in corporali et positas super vacuum calicem patena opertum defert presbyter in capellam sancti Wenceslai [...]
f. 182r: In dedicacione capelle sancti Wenceslai
f. 186r: In dedicacione Pragensis ecclesie

Contents: 

f.  1r                     Inscriptio

f.  1v                     (vacuum)

ff. 2r-7v               CALENDARIUM

ff. 8r-14v             PRAEFATIONES cum notis musicis

ff. 14v-15v           Pater noster cum notis musicis

ff. 16r-17v           (vacua)

ff. 18r-23v           Canon missae

ff. 24r-25v           PRAEFATIONES sine notis musicis

ff. 26r-144v         PROPRIUM DE TEMPORE
                            (Dominica I in Adventu Domini ~ Feria VI post Dominicam XXIV post festum ss. Trinitatis)

ff. 144v-145r       Officium missae in die Dedicationis ecclesiae

f.  145r-145v       Officium missae in die Dedicationis unius altaris

ff. 145v-193v      PROPRIUM DE SANCTIS
                            (s. Barbarae ~ s. Andreae)

ff. 194r-211r       COMMUNE SANCTORUM

ff. 211r-229r       MISSAE VOTIVAE

ff. 232r-241r        LIBER SEQUENTIARUM

f.  241v                (vacuum)

References: 
Bartoš (1927), No. 3181; Brodský (2000), No. 114, p. 141
Notes: 
Full facsimile available on 'manuscriptorium.com' with description based on Bartoš's catalog (Bartoš 1927) and details on decoration borrowed from Brodský (2000).