The Psalter, or Book of Psalms, contained a calendar and other devotional texts used in the Christian liturgy and for private devotions. All 150 Psalms were recited each week, the majority at matins and vespers. A single volume psalter generally contained a cycle of calendar pages used for calculating feast days, the psalms themselves, and a collection of canticles and creeds. This double leaf bears selections from Psalms 38 and 94, a distinctive initial "D", and music to be sung in the service.
"Psalter, Italy?, Middle 15th Century?" (1450). Illuminated Manuscripts. 19.
Possible Ege match.
Psalters -- Italy -- Illustrations, Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval -- Italy, Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian, Manuscripts, Medieval