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Hymnal in Hufnagel notation as part of Psalterium Moguntium, Mainz: Fust and Schöffer 1457 Printing and MS on vellum, Mainz, 1457.

MS in Latin on vellum, London, England, ca. 1230-1240, 209 ff, 26x21 cm, 2 columns, 58 lines, 3 columns, 58 lines (Psalms), 7 columns (canon tables), 55 lines, 4 columns, (20x18 cm), 63 lines (concordance)

Receipts for various taxes, for river guard-ships, tow ropes, and for the river-patrol station, to Phanophis collector of money taxes at Elephantine, in the 20th regnal year of Antoninus Pius.

MS in Hebrew on vellum, Toledo(?), Spain, ca 1300, 1 partial scroll 63x335 cm, consisting of 6 membranes with 23 columns (52x12 cm) of 50 lines in a fine Sefardic Hebrew script.

MS in Latin on vellum, probably Blois, France ca 873, 36 lines in Carolingian minuscule with numerous 3-line capitals in green and red, 4 lines in rustic capitals, 1 line in capitals, 4-line dcorated capital A.

MS in French on paper, Paris 1962-1963, photocopy of the full orchestral score prepared for printing with autograph, including a drawing of the disposition of the orchestra.

MS in French and Italian on paper, Tanglewood, Massachusetts, 10 august 1948, autograph. Text 2: autograph, signed 3 times.

MS in French and Italian on paper, Paris, 1928-30, notated in full score on a system of 9 staves with heading "Bolero", autograph, signed. Text 2 notated on systems of 4 and 2 staves, 8 bars, autograph.

MS in German and Italian on paper, Germany, probably ca 1705-1725, 14 pp 34x21 cm, ruled with 14 staves, (30x20 cm) notated by a German copyist on seven 2-stave systems.

MS in Latin on vellum, probably Low countries, 1530's, ruled with 8 5-line staves, formal polyphonic mensural notation of Discantus and Tenor parts.

MS in Latin and Eastern Upper German on paper, Bayern-Salzburg, 2nd half of 15th c or early 16th c, 23 lines in an angular German Gothic cursive, staves with polyphonic mensural notation.

MS in Middle High German on vellum, Austria or South Germany mid 15th c, polyphonic music in mensural notation on four 5-line staves, texts 1 and 2 by the same scribe.