Leaves from the Llangattock Breviary are among the collections of the following institutions: Harvard, U.C. Berkeley, American Academy in Rome, Michigan State, U. South Carolina, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library, Dartmouth College, and Museo Schifanoia in Ferrara.
10 single leaves from a 15th-century Book of Hours written in France. Decoration: On fol. d, verso, one full-page miniature of the Betrayal and Arrest of Christ (above) and Christ in Gethsemane (below); on fol. f, verso, one half-page miniature of the Stoning of St. Stephen; twelve 10-line miniatures.
Written and illuminated in Spain ca. 1460. Rubric: On fol. 1a, recto: "In iii noct[urno] sole[m]nitatis epypha[n]ie d[icitur] iste p[salmu]s. Venite." (Third nocturne at Matins for the Feast of Epiphany.)
Written and illuminated in Bologna, ca. 1280-1290, in two columns of 50 lines, with surrounding Glossa ordinaria; ruled in lead with single inner and outer bounding lines for text and gloss. Text keyed to gloss by letters of the alphabet.
Written in France. Acknowledgement by Sir James Husee that he has received from Henry Percehay twelve shillings six pence (in part payment of one hundred shillings) due because of the marriage of the heir of John le Warre.
Armorial seal attached to parchment tongue.
The sixth book of the Decretals was written under the direction of Pope Boniface VIII (1294-1303) and for centuries was one of the chief texts of canon law. This is a detached leaf from a manuscript made at Bologna, the chief center of canon law during the medieval period.
Written and illuminated in Bologna, ca. 1300. Illuminated initials in red or blue, with bar extensions in pen flourishes of opposite color; running titles and chapter numbers in red and blue, with most chapter numbers inside the column.
Written in Italy; painted marginal decoration added later, possibly in the eighteenth or nineteenth century. On fol. a, recto: Historiated roundels, one in the bas de page depicting King David ringing bells, and a second in the right lateral margin depicting St. Francis of Assisi.
Written in Italy. On folio a, verso: large initial L with acanthus leaf decoration in orange, blue, pink, and gray, on a black rectangular ground with white tracery. Smaller initial E in red with blue and red penwork flourishes.