Praha, Knihovna Národního muzea, ms. XIV A 9

Siglum: 
CZ-Pn XIV A 9
Shelfmark: 
ms. XIV A 9
Source type: 
Century: 
Formal description: 
perg.; ff. 170; 33 x 22,5 cm; illumin.
Date: 
± a. 1260 (BRODSKÝ)
Notation: 
notatio Lotharingica posterior
Provenance: 
Praha, Ecclesia Cathedralis
Title: 
Lectionarium [Bartoš: Latinský epištolář]
Contents: 

f.  1r                     Inscriptio manu s. XIX scripta (Ex Bibliotheca Brzecznicensi)

ff. 1v-169v          LECTIONARIUM per circulum anni
                            Notis musicis solum hae lectiones instructae sunt:
                            ff. 9r-10v: Laudem deo dicam
                            ff. 13r-15r: Vernant forcia iam trophea
                            ff. 16r-17v: Ad Iohannis festa sublimia
                            ff. 18r-19v: Exigit infancium festa
                           
ff. 21r-23r: Laudes dicam altissimo
                            ff. 69v-70v: Ad honorem et laudem
                            ff. 124r-125v: Ad decus ecclesie
                            ff. 139v-141r: Laus sit Christo regi regum

f.  170r-170v       (vacuum)

References: 
Bartoš (1927), No. 3418; Brodský (2000), No. 174, p. 174; Orel (1937), pict. 32 (p. XVIII); Krása (1982), pp. 51-52
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-PKap A XXVI, CZ-Pnm XIV A 10 and CZ-Pnm XIV B 9.