|Title:||[Sine nomine - patristic manuscript]|
|Quantity:||0.25 Linear feet (1 vol.)|
To note, "Sine nomine" means "without a name,"the opening text invokes celebration and adoration of God ("Jubitorium", and "Venite Adorem [us]").
A 13th or 14th century patristic manuscript, probably from Northern Europe, in Latin small gothic textura book hand. There are regular occurances of rubricated capitals, and the text heavily employs siglas, or various forms of word abbreviation or truncation. The manuscipt has a modern (circa early 20th century) binding of goatskin.
Sine nomine - manuscript. MS 3020. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.