[Recto]: [Rubric] A porta inferi erue Domine
[Verso]: (Psalm 148:13-14) quia exaltatum est nomen eius soli. Con- ; [recto] fessio eius super celum
[Verso] (Psalm 150:2-3) virtutis eius. Laudate eu[m]
Ms. bifolium (consecutive leaves).
Title devised by cataloger; place based on analysis of script and decoration.
Origin: Written in Italy in the 15th century.
Provenance: According to notes from Dorothy Abbe, formerly in the collection of Philip Hofer. Possibly from the same manuscript at MS pb Med. 226.
Immediate source of acquisition: Acquired by BPL in 2000 from Dorothy Abbe.
This date is inferred.
Script: Southern textualis written in brown ink.
Layout: 1 column, 16 lines, double frame-ruled in pink.
Decoration: Illuminated 2-line chapter and 1-line versal letters, alternating in blue and pink, with foliate decorations.
Binding: Housed in folder.