225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street, New York, NY 10016. Just a short walk from Grand Central and Penn Station
Austria, probably in the monastery of Seitenstetten, between 1225 and 1275
MS M.808 fol. 28r
Canon Table composed of five columns separating four columns of text, each pair of columns connected by arch, inscribed MATHEVS, MARCVS, MATHEVS, IOHANNES. Arch over all inscribed CANON .VI. IN QVO DVO CANON .UII. IN OVO (sic) DUO.
Below two shortened columns of text on right, Gerungus of Weitrach, named GERVNGVS and his wife, wearing berbette named YDA, both with hands raised stand below inscription DEXTERA NOS PATRIS TENEBRIS TVEATVR AB ATRIS. They look up toward Hand of God, blessing, in crossed nimbus inscribed HVIVS VI SIGNI CLADES SVPERATE MALIGNI.
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