Three facsimile leaves from Hainricus Sakramentar with a 32-page introduction in a linen booklet.
Format of the facsimile leaves: ca. 242 x 172mm, every facsimile leaf in its own transparent cover, 2 leaves with gold and silver, 1 leaf with gold. Introduction by H.U. Rudolph.
The Hainricus documentation >> with 3 original facsimile leaves and a full introduction opens the door to the unbelievable world of the Hainricus-Sacramentar and gives a first glimpse into the grandeur of the Romanesque book art from the famous Weingartener Scriptorium. Radiant colors and a lavish layout in gold and silver, make the Hainricus Sacramentar one of the most beautiful manuscripts from the German Romanesque period.
Content of the Introduction: The Spiritual Home of the Hainricus Sacrista-Sacramentar: The Weingarten Monastery 1056-1200 The Time of Abt Bertholds 1200-1232
Significance and History of the Manuscripts A Masterpiece of Middle Age Book Art The Magnificent Volume – Text Content of the Manuscript – The illuminated layout – small protective flag – the liturgical character – arrangement of writing and book decoration – Authorship and/or benefactor? - summary
Description of the 3 leaves Leaf 1: Miniatures of Devotion Leaf 11: Christmas Leaf 85: Pentecost Literature
Graz, 2005. Format of the facsimile leaves: ca 242 x 172mm, every facsimile leaf in its own transparent cover, 2 leaves with gold and silver, 1 leaf with gold. Introduction by H.U. Rudolph.