The Scribe and Provenance of Otto F. Ege’s Choir Psalter from the Abbey of St. Stephen, Würzburg, Dated 1499 (Gwara, HL 42)

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Scott Gwara, Timothy Bolton

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Fragmentology 4(2020), Advance Print, DOI: 10.24446/dc1g

Abstract: The recent discovery of three leaves of the Choir Psalter broken by Otto Ege (HL 42) establishes that the manuscript was copied by Matthias Hartung at (and for) the Benedictine Abbey of St. Stephen, Würzburg, in 1499. The manuscript counted among its previous owners Sir Thomas Phillipps and Leander van Ess.

Keywords: Otto Ege, Würzburg, Sir Thomas Phillipps, Leander van Ess.

How to Cite: Scott Gwara and Timothy Bolton, “The Scribe and Provenance of Otto F. Ege’s Choir Psalter from the Abbey of St. Stephen, Würzburg, Dated 1499 (Gwara, HL 42)”, Fragmentology 4(2020) (Advance Print), DOI: 10.24446/dc1g

This is an advance print of a research note accepted for publication in Fragmentology 4 (2021). It varies from the final published form; the pagination is temporary.