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Catalogus van de liturgische handschriften van de Koninklijke Bibliotheek. by  P.C.; A.S. KORTEWEG & G. PIKET BOEREN - from Frits Knuf Antiquarian Books and Biblio.com

Catalogus van de liturgische handschriften van de Koninklijke Bibliotheek.

by BOEREN, P.C.; A.S. KORTEWEG & G. PIKET

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's Gravenhage, 1988. xiv,263pp. met 9 indices en condordanties.*In the Middle Ages there must have been ten thousands of liturgical manuscripts in the many churches and monasteries. Most of these have been lost during the ages. Especially in the Northern Netherlands after the iconoclastic fury and the subsequent liquidation of the monasteries. But the uniformization of the liturgy at the Council of Trent caused a great many of these manuscripts to be demolished. The Koninklijke Bibliotheek now has the largest collection in the Netherlands. (92 liturgical manuscripts, mainly from the period 1300-1700). .

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