Detail View: Medieval Manuscript Leaves Collection: Bible leaf: Baruch

Collection Name: 
Medieval Manuscript Leaves
Bible leaf: Baruch
Date Created: 
[between 1300 and 1400]
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187 x 129 mm. Parchment. Single leaf. Double column; each column 122 x 38 mm.; 32 lines to a column; ruled and bounded in ink. Historiated initial C (6-line) on recto at beginning of Baruch, depicting Baruch as a seated figure in green and red holding a scroll, attached to a demi-vinet border dividing the columns; another extends the length of the inner border with a 3-line illuminated initial.
Bible. O.T. Baruch. Latin. Opening of the Book of Baruch. [13th–14th c.?] Historiated initial depicting Baruch. Southern France or Italy?
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval Manuscripts in the Norlin Library & the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Colorado at Boulder: A Summary Catalogue
Cataloged from existing description: Medieval, Renaissance, and 15th-17th Century Manuscripts in the Special Collections Department, University Libraries, University of Colorado at Boulder
Sotheby's sale, April 11, 1983. Gift of John Feldman and Jenni Inman to UCB, 15 October 1990 in memory of William Wallace Carson
Subject Topic: 
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Colorado -- Boulder
Subject Geographic: 
Subject Geographic: 
France, Southern
Subject Temporal: 
Thirteenth century
Subject Temporal: 
Fourteenth century
Subject Title Info: 
Bible -- O.T. -- Baruch 2: 21 -- Latin -- Vulgate
Subject Title Info: 
Bible -- O.T. -- Lamentation 5:11 -- Latin -- Vulgate
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Physical Location: 
Special Collections, Archives & Preservation, University of Colorado Boulder
Shelf Identifier: 
MS 287
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