Abordagem histórico-artística a dois manuscritos litúrgicos do scriptorium do Mosteiro de Alcobaça do último quartel do século XII ou o início de “huma livraria copiosa”

Translated title of the contribution: Historical-artistic approach to two liturgical manuscripts of the scriptorium of the Monastery of Alcobaça from the last quarter of the twelfth century or the beginning of “a copious bookstore”

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Abstract

Neste artigo é nossa intenção estudar dois manuscritos litúrgicos iluminados, um Coletário-ritual (Alc. 166) e um Saltério-hinário (Alc. 11), produzidos no scriptorium de Alcobaça em finais do séc. XII. A análise do seu conteúdo litúrgico e da decoração iluminada, a par com a comparação com outros manuscritos oriundos do mesmo mosteiro, permitirão afinar a sua datação e confirmar a sua origem alcobacense e o seu contexto de produção.

This article aims to study two illuminated liturgical manuscripts from the monastic library of Alcobaça, a Collectary – ritual (Alc. 166) and a Psalter-hymnal (Alc. 11), both from the late twelfth century. The analysis of its liturgical contents and illuminated decorations, along with its comparison with other illuminated manuscripts from the same monastery, intends to accurate their context and dates of production and their origin in this Cistercian house.
Translated title of the contributionHistorical-artistic approach to two liturgical manuscripts of the scriptorium of the Monastery of Alcobaça from the last quarter of the twelfth century or the beginning of “a copious bookstore”
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)33-62
Number of pages30
JournalRevista de História da Sociedade e da Cultura
Issue number17
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Alcobaça
  • Liturgia
  • Manuscrito
  • Scriptorium
  • iluminuras
  • Liturgy
  • Manuscript
  • Illumination

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