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The Hague, KB, 76 G 11

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Book of Hours (use of Rome), containing in French: La prière d'Arnoul

Place of origin, date:

Northern France(?); c. 1400-1450. Added miniature (f. 233r): Northern France(?); c. 1490-1500


Vellum, ff. 306, 188x125 (115x70) mm, 16 lines, littera textualis, Binding: 18th-century black leather; gilt


6 miniatures (95x70 mm); decorated initials with border decoration (ff. 13r, 129r
Added: 1 miniatue (50x50 mm) with border decoration


Joseph Désiré Lupus (d. 1822) of Brussels; purchased with his collection in 1819 by King William I of The Netherlands; kept from 1819-1822 at the Musée Lupus in the Palace of Charles de Lorraine at Brussels (no. A 32) and transferred in 1823 to the KB


calendar: feasts in red include St. Albinus (1 March), St. Francis (4 October), St. Eligius (1 December)


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