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(#12) Leaves from two illuminated manuscript Books of Hours, on vellum [French Flanders and Delft, fifteenth century]
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Book of hours, Belgium, Bruges, ca. 1480
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This Book of Hours was made ca. 1420-1440 for use of Rome in northeastern France or Paris, as suggested by the contents in the calendar and the inclusion of a suffrage to St. Avia. Although the identity of the initial patron is unknown, his heraldry was added thirty-five times throughout the book. The manuscript was owned within the first decades of its creation by Thomas Malet of Berlettes and Jeanne of Lannoy, whose heraldry was added early into the manuscript as well. This was likely in…
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