P-Cua (Coimbra) Arquivo Distrital e da Universidade IV-3ª Gav. 44 (02)

IV-3ª Gav. 44 (02)

P-Cua IV-3ª Gav. 44 (02)

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Document type
c. 1200
Type of script

Red and black/dark brown initials. Black/dark brown initials with decorative lines in the same ink. Green initial with red decoration. Rubrics in red.

On the recto, bottom margin, there is a stamp from the  Arquivo da Universidade de Coimbra and the fragment identification, in pencil, «IV - 3ª S - Gav. 44 (2) / INV. BOL. / 95 (21).»
On the verso there is a signature, upside down, on the top margin: «A Luis» in black ink. On the left  and right margin «Braga» is written in black ink. On the left margin someone pencilled « IV - 3ª S - / Gav. 44 (2)», and on the bottom margin one can read « F / Fr CO. / Fr Cã / Fiz / [?]».
Condition of document

Damaged. The corners of the folio were cut off, which compromised both text and music. There are signs (folds and perforations) that the fragment was used as a book cover.

Page layout

c. 345 x c. 245 mm, one column c. 255 x c. 155 mm. Rubrics in red.


The Alleluia Qui posuit fines is prescribed for the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost at Cluny and the Cluny-affiliated Aquitanian monastery of Figeac; it is featured among the documented Portuguese uses, only in Évora (Braga has Qui sanat contritos).

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