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Missal

Transcription of UBB MS 1550, 3

The reversed missal fragment

author : Unknown

resp : Transcription

name : Åslaug Ommundsen, University of Bergen

Facsimile Facsimile (flipped vertically). This image is a mirror image of the fragment.
[1r]
[A]

1
quod nos interueniente beato seuerino con
 fessore tuo ad ueniam perducat et
 ad perpetuam gratiarum actionem constituat.

4Quesumus domine deus noster: ut interuenien
 te hoc Seuerino confessore Complenda
 tuo sacrosancta mysteria que
7sumpsimus, fide et actione subse
 quamur. Per.
Crispini et Crispiniani oratio

 Omnipotens sempiterne
10deus qui in sanctorum
 martyrorum> cordibus Crispini
 et Crispiniani flammam tue
13dilectionis ardens fecisti: da men
 tibus eadem⟩ fidem, carita
 tisque uirtutem, ut⟩ quorum gau
16demus triumph⟩is, proficiamus
 exemplis. Per.
Sacri
 ficiis presentibus domine quesumus
19in tuo⟨rum com⟩memoratione sanctorum
 def⟨erimus⟩, intende placatus:
 ut et de⟨uoti⟩one nostre ⟨proficiat
22et sal⟨uti. Per.
Complendum
Celestis
 don⟨i benedicti⟩one percepta te deus
 om⟨nipotens deprecamur⟩:ut idem ...
25...........bus sanctis tuis
 .............. sacramenti
 causa sit et saluti⟩s. Per.
[B]

1
Beati Amandi⟩ confessoris
 tui supplicatione pla
 catus et ueniam nobis tribue
4et remedia sempiterna nobis con
 cede. Per.
Secreta
Benedictio
 tua, ⟨domine, beati⟩ Amandi confes
7soris tui intercessione super has
 hostias descendat que et ⟨bene
 dictionem
⟩ nobis operetur et ⟨beata
10im
⟩mortalitas concilie⟨t. Per.

 
Hec nos communio, ⟨domine
 purget a crimine et ⟨interceden
13te hoc Amando confesso⟨re tuo
 celestibus remediis faciat ⟨esse con
 sortes.
Per.
Symonis & Jude

16
 
Concede quesumus omnipotens deus
 ut sicut apostolorum tuorum
19Symonis et Iude gloriosa nata
 licia preuenimus sic ad tua bene
 ficia promeranda maiestatem
22tuam pro nobis ipsi preueniant.
 Per.
Epistola
I............
 ...a domine.
25In illo tem.....a


1This image is a mirror image of the fragment.
2line 16 has the remains of a rubric, probably Off or Intr for the Introit, and a blue initial followed by smaller script, probably the beginning of the antiphon.

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This text has been encoded according to the standard set out in The Menota handbook, version 1.1.
This text was proofread by Åslaug Ommundsen before internet release september 2005
The orthography has not been normalized. Abbreviations are silently written out.
Åslaug Ommundsen Unknown 2005.10.07 Tone Merete Bruvik Correction to the encoding 2005.10.06 Åslaug Ommundsen First transcription