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[Author]. [Manuscript Title]. [City]: [Year]. Medieval Manuscripts Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.
Most medieval manuscripts were created between the fall of the Roman Empire through the 15th century. Printed books became popular during the second half of the 15th century and the manuscript tradition began to die out, although manuscript books continued to be produced well into the print era.
This collection contains four bound medieval manuscripts ranging in date from the late 13th century through the mid 16th century. The collection includes a 13th century Franciscan breviary, a 14th century Italian gradual, a 15th century northern antiphonal, and a 16th century Spanish psalter. Most medieval manuscripts did not contain painted images, and only one manuscript in this collection contains such paintings.
Bound medieval manuscripts include: