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Books of Devotion: A Tour of the Hours at Utah State University: Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege

Page Written by: Elisabeth Cropper

Edited by: Elisabeth Cropper and Branson Roskelly

Citations:

[1]Christopher De Hamel, A History of Illuminated Manuscripts (London, Phaidon Press Limited, 1986), p.74. Christopher De Hamel has written an extensive history of illuminated manuscripts in general and their uses by different varieties of people. For his description on the uses of Books of Hours in general, see his chapter on Books for Everybody on p. 168

[2] “Selected Studied of the Manuscript Texts, Illuminations, and Quires, and Provenance Documentation for the [Book of Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege]”, Utah State University Special Collections and Archives, COLL V Book 422 acc.-mat.

[3] “Selected Studies of the ….[Book of Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege]”, USUSCA, COLL V Book 422 acc.-mat.

[4] Letter from Judith Oliver to Joanne Bernstein, October 1995, see “Selected Studies of the ….[Book of Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege]”, USUSCA, COLL V Book 422 acc.-mat.

[5] Book of Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege, USUSCA COLL V Book 422, fol. 28, 39,61,71.

[6] Book of Hours of the Virgin and of the Passion, Use of Liege, fol. 1-8.

[7] Mauk, Ben. "Scattered Leaves." The New Yorker, January 6, 2014. View at: http://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/scattered-leaves