Nehemiah in the Liturgy from a book of hours.
 
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Title:Nehemiah in the Liturgy from a book of hours
Notes:"A page from the 15th century French illuminated manuscript MSS 122 in the Boise State University Library Special Collections. Dimensions: 9 × 8.5 cm. The manuscript is from a book of hours, and the page shown partially covers the liturgy of the octave of Saint Andrew." The reader and the hearers stand to pray and listen to the Word and say, "Amen," as Nehemiah describes when Ezra reads aloud.
Date:approximately 1480
Building:Boise State University Library
Object/Function:Manuscript illumination
City/Town:Boise
State:ID
Country:United States

Scripture:Nehemiah 8:1-3, 5-6, 8-10
Lectionary links:CEpip03
General Subject:Prayer

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Record Number:55356 Last Updated: 2013-04-17 16:48:08 Record Created: 2012-10-26 11:05:58
Institution:Vanderbilt University Unit: Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition