Reconstructing a Ninth-Century Sacramentary-Lectionary from Saint-Victor

Reconstructing a Ninth-Century Sacramentary-Lectionary from Saint-Victor

Laura Albiero
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Fragmentology 3(2020), 1–49, DOI: 10.24446/sdj1

Abstract: This article presents a partial reconstruction of a ninth-century sacramentary-lectionary whose leaves were used as binding material for manuscripts of the library of Saint-Victor of Paris. While most of these fragments remain in situ, some have been detached; in all twelve Saint-Victor codices that served as host volumes are identified. A presentation of the fragments, including three not reported in Bischoff’s catalogue, presents the current condition of the fragments. An investigation on their content leads to a conjecture about their original order and to a hypothesis linking their origin to the monastery of Saint-Denis, according to the liturgical use and to the comparison with other sacramentaries.

Keywords: virtual reconstruction; sacramentary-lectionary; Saint-Victor; fragments

How to Cite: Laura Albiero, “Reconstructing a Ninth-Century Sacramentary-Lectionary from Saint-Victor”, Fragmentology 3(2020), 1–49, DOI: 10.24446/sdj1