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Detailed record for Harley 603

Part 1 ff. 1-73v 
Title Psalter, in the Roman version, imperfect, ending in Psalm 143 (the 'Harley Psalter')
Origin England, S. E. (Canterbury), Christ Church Cathedral Priory
Date 1st half of the 11th century
Language Latin
Script Caroline minuscule
Scribe 3 scribes, including Eadui Basan
Decoration 2 full-page drawings in colours (f. 1r-1v). Numerous drawings in brown ink or with colours, on most pages, illustrating the Psalms. Large historiated initial in colours at the beginning of Psalm 1 (f. 2). Initials in red, green, or blue with penwork decoration, some with decoration in another colour or with animal heads. Small initials and rubrics in red. Spaces left for drawings and initials (ff. 36-49v).
Dimensions in mm 380 x 310 (in three columns)
 
Part 2 ff. 29-35 
Title Added drawings
Origin England, S. (Canterbury)
Date 2nd quarter of the 12th century
Decoration Added drawings in brown or in colours illustrating Psalms 52-62. Historiated initial in red (f. 29). Unfinished drawings (ff. 34v-35).
 
Official foliation ff. 73 ( + 4 unfoliated paper flyleaves at the beginning and at the end)
Form Parchment codex
Binding BM/BL in-house. Previous modern binding of brown leather with paper guards kept separately.
Provenance Christ Church Canterbury: evidence of an initial with an archbishop wearing a pallium (f. 2); and by the script of one of the scribes (ff. 28-49v), identified by T. A. M. Bishop as being that of Eadui Basan, a Christ Church Canterbury scribe (see discussion Temple 1976); see also Noel 1995 pp. 2-3, who states that three of the artists or scribes can be identified as working on other manuscripts made at Christ Church; or the Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine, Canterbury (see Ker 1964).
Perhaps commissioned by Aelfric, archbishop of Canterbury: he bequeathed it to Wulfstan, archbishop of York in 1003 or 1004 (see discussion Le Grand Atelier 2007).
The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford and Mortimer, politician, and Edward Harley (b. 1689, d. 1741), 2nd earl of Oxford and Mortimer, book collector and patron of the arts.
Edward Harley bequeathed the library to his widow, Henrietta Cavendish, née Holles (b. 1694, d. 1755) during her lifetime and thereafter to their daughter, Margaret Cavendish Bentinck (b. 1715, d.1785), duchess of Portland; the manuscripts were sold by the Countess and the Duchess in 1753 to the nation for £10,000 (a fraction of their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library.
Notes Full digital coverage available for this manuscript: see Digitised Manuscripts at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts.
The Psalms are numbered according to the Latin Vulgate version of the Old Testament, which differs from the Hebrew and King James versions (for example, Psalm 23 in King James is Psalm 22 in the Vulgate).
Although the illustration is copied from the Utrecht Psalter, the text is the Roman version except Psalms 100-105 which are Gallican (see Abbot Gasquet and Edmund Bishop, The Bosworth Psalter (London: Bell and Sons, 1908)).
The decoration was left unfinished; space was left for drawings (ff. 36r-49v); and a sequence of coloured drawings was added in the 2nd quarter of the 12th century (ff. 29r-35r): see discussion Noel, 'Harley Psalter' (2009).
Select bibliography A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum, 4 vols (London: Eyre and Strahan, 1808-12), I, no. 603.

M. Digby Wyatt, The Art of Illuminating (London: Dan and Son Lithographers, 1860; repr. Studio Editions, 1987), pp. 20-21.

Walter de Gray Birch and Henry Jenner, Early Drawings and Illuminations: An Introduction to the Study of Illustrated Manuscripts (London: Bagster and Sons, 1879), p. 4.

M. R. James, The Ancient Libraries of Canterbury and Dover (Cambridge, 1903), pp. lxix, 532.

Abbot Gasquet and Edmund Bishop, The Bosworth Psalter (London: Bell and Sons, 1908), p. 8.

Christopher Wordsworth and Henry Littlehales, The Old Service-Books of the English Church, 2nd edn (London: Methuen & Co., 1910), p. 114, pl. X.

J. A. Herbert, Illuminated Manuscripts (London: Methuen, 1911), p. 115.

Schools of Illumination: Reproductions from Manuscripts in the British Museum, 6 vols (London: British Museum, 1914-1930), I: Hiberno-Saxon and Early English Schools A. D. 700-1100, pl. 11.

Eric. G. Millar, English Illuminated Manuscripts from the Xth to the XIIIth Century (Paris: Van Oest, 1926), pl. 22.

[Eric G. Millar], British Museum Reproductions from Illuminated Manuscripts, Series 4 (London: British Museum, 1928), pl. 5.

Guide to an Exhibition of English Art gathered from Various Departments and held in the Prints and Drawings Gallery (London: British Museum, 1934.), no. 82.

Ernst Kitzinger, Early Medieval Art with Illustrations from the British Museum Collection (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1940), pl. 29(A).

D. Talbot Rice, English Art 871-1100, Oxford History of English Art, 2 (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1952), pp. 182, 191, 201-2, pls. 65a, 66.

Francis Wormald, English Drawings of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries (London, 1952), pp. 30 ff., no. 34, pls 10b-12b, 25b, 35a.

C. R. Dodwell, The Canterbury School of Illumination 1066-1200 (Cambridge: University Press, 1954), pp. 1-3, 27, 42, 47, 92, 122-23, pls. 1a-1c.

T. S. R. Boase, English Art 1100-1216, Oxford History of English Art, 2 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957), pp. 83, 158.

Otto Pächt, C. R. Dodwell, and Francis Wormald, The St. Albans Psalter (Albani Psalter) (London: Warburg Institute, 1960), pp. 158 n. 1, 198.

T. A. M. Bishop, 'Notes on Cambridge Manuscripts', Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 3 (1963), pp. 413-23.

Hans Swarzenski, 'The Role of Copies in the Formation of the Styles of the Eleventh Century', in Studies in Western Art: Acts of the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art, 4 vols (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963), I: Romanesque and Gothic Art, pp. 7-18 (p. 10).

Francis Wormald, 'Late Anglo-Saxon Art: Some Questions and Suggestions', in Studies in Western Art: Acts of the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art, 4 vols (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963), I: Romanesque and Gothic Art, pp. 19-26 (p. 21).

Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: A List of Surviving Books, ed. by N. R.
Ker, 2nd edn, Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks, 3 (London: Royal Historical Society, 1964), p. 44.

M. W. Evans, Medieval Drawings (London: Hamlyn, 1969), no. 19.

A. Boutemy, 'Calendrier anglais illustré', Bulletin de la Société Nationale des Antiquaires de France (1970), 79-98 (p. 85).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'Christian Hebraism and the Ramsey Abbey Psalter', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 35 (1971), 123-34 (p. 125 n. 9).

C. M. Kauffmann, Romanesque Manuscripts 1066-1190, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 3 (London: Harvey Miller, 1975), no. 64, p. 97 [part 2].

Elzbieta Temple, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts 900-1066, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 2 (London: Harvey Miller, 1976), no. 64, pp. 22, 61, 75, 86, 90, 92, 94, 100-2, 114, 116.

Janet Backhouse, The Illuminated Manuscript (Oxford: Phaidon, 1979), fig. 6.

Dorothy Mahoney, The Craft of Calligraphy (London: Pelham Books, 1981), pl. on p. 71.

Anne Lawrence, ‘Manuscripts of Early Anglo-Norman Canterbury’, in Medieval Art and Architecture at Canterbury before 1220, ed. by Nicola Coldstream and Peter Draper, British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 5, 1979 (Leeds: Maney and Son, 1982), pp. 101-11 (pp. 102, 105).

Janet Backhouse, 'The Making of the Harley Psalter', British Library Journal, 10 (1984), 97-113.

The Golden Age of Anglo-Saxon Art 966-1066, ed. by Janet Backhouse, D. H. Turner, and Leslie Webster (London: British Museum, 1984), no. 59, pl. XIX [exhibition catalogue].

Otto Pächt, Buchmalerei des Mittelalters (Munich: Prestel, 1984), pl. 18.

François Avril and Patricia Danz Stirnemann, Manuscrits enluminés d’origine insulaire VIIe-XXe siècle (Paris: Bibliothèque nationale, 1987), p. 47.

Michelle Brown, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts (London: British Library, 1991), p. 75, pl. 73.

Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Medieval Illuminators and their Methods of Work (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992), pp. 73, 76, 101, 144, fig. 121.

William Gerard Noel, 'The Making of B. L. Harley Mss. 2506 and 603' (unpublished doctoral dissertation, Cambridge University, 1992) [with additional bibliography].

Thomas H. Ohlgren, Anglo-Saxon Textual Illustration (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 1992), no. 2, pp. 1-2, 18-41, pls 2.1-2.102 [black and white images of all of the illustrations].

C. R. Dodwell, The Pictorial Arts of theWest 800-1200 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993), pp. 100-1, 103, 117-18, 338, 415, pls 83, 87.

Richard Gameson, 'The Romanesque Artist of the Harley 603 Psalter', English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 4 (1993), pp. 24-61.

Michelle P. Brown, Understanding Illuminated Manuscripts: A Guide to Technical Terms (London: British Library, 1994), pl. on p. 92.

William Noel, ‘The Division of Work in the Harley Psalter’, Making the Medieval Book: Techniques of Production, ed. by Linda L. Brownrigg, Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of The Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500, Oxford, July 1992 (Los Altos Hills, California: Anderston-Lovelace, 1995), pp. 1-15.

Carl Nordenfalk, Book Illumination: Early Middle Ages (Geneva: Editions d'art Albert Skira, 1995; originally printed as Early Medieval Painting, New York: Skira, 1957), p. 104.

Richard Gameson, ‘Book Production and Decoration at Worcester in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries’, in St Oswald of Worcester: Life and Influence, ed. by Nicholas Brooks and Catherine Cubitt, Studies in the Early History of Britain, The Makers of England, 2 (London: Leicester University Press, 1996), pp. 194-243 (p. 201).

William Noel, The Harley Psalter, Cambridge Studies in Palaeography and Codicology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).

The Utrecht Psalter in Medieval Art: Picturing the Psalms of David, ed. by Koert van der Horst, William Noel, and Wilhelmina C M. Wüstefeld (Utrecht: HES Publishers, 1996), no. 28, and esp. pp. 151-53.

Janet Backhouse, The Illuminated Page: Ten Centuries of Manuscript Painting in the British Library (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997), no. 12.

Michelle P. Brown, 'Sir Robert Cotton, Collector and Connoisseur?', in Illuminating the Book: Makers and Interpreters, ed. by Michelle P. Brown and Scot McKendrick (London: British Library, 1998), pp. 281-98 (p. 286).

Helmut Gneuss, Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A List of Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments Written or Owned in England up to 1100, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 241 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2001), no. 422.

Diane Reilly, ‘French Romanesque Giant Bibles’, Scriptorium: Revue internationale des études relatives aux manuscrits, 56 (2002), 294-311 (p. 294 n. 1).

Michelle P. Brown, Painted Labyrinth: The world of the Lindisfarne Gospels (London: British Library, 2003), p. 46.

Celia Chazelle, ‘Violence and the Virtuous Ruler in the Utrecht Psalter’, in The Illuminated Psalter: Studies in the Content, Purpose and Placement of its Images, ed. by F. O. Büttner, (Belgium: Brepols, 2004), pp. 337-48 (p. 344 n. 32).

The Cambridge Illuminations. Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West, ed. by Paul Binski and Stella Panayotova (London: Harvey Miller, 2005), p. 63.

Jane Geddes, The St Albans Psalter: A Book for Christina of Markyate (London: British Library, 2005), pp. 75, 81, fig. 64b.

Treasures of the British Library, ed. by Nicolas Barker and others (London: British Library, 2005), p. 53.

Asa Simon Mittman, Maps and Monsters in Medieval England (New York: Routledge, 2006), p. 150, pl. 8.2.

Michelle P. Brown, Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age (London: British Library, 2007), pls 124-25.

The Grand Atelier: Patheways of Art in Europe (5th-18th Centureis), ed. by Roland Recht (Brussels: Europalia, 2007), no. II.8 [exhibition catalogue].

George Henderson, 'On Making Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts Accessible', in The Cambridge Illuminations: The Conference Papers, ed. by Stella Panayotova (London: Harvey Miller, 2007), pp. 13-19 (p. 15).

Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle, Bible Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2007), pp. 58-59, figs. 45-46.

Sacred: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their Sacred Texts (London: British Library, 2007), p. 122 [exhibition catalogue].

T. A. Heslop, ‘The Implication of the Utrecht Psalter in English Romanesque Art’, in Romanesque: Art and Thought in the Twelfth Century: Essays in Honor of Walter Cahn, ed. by Colum Hourihane, Index of Christian Art Occasional Papers, 10 (Princeton: Index of Christian Art, 2008), pp. 267-90 (pp. 270-72, 279-81, figs 7, 8).

Michelle P. Brown, 'An Early Outbreak of "Influenza"? Aspects of Influence, Medieval and Modern", in Under the Influence: The Concept of Influence and the Study of Illuminated Manuscripts, ed. by John Lowden and Alixe Bovey (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 1-10 (pp. 4-5).

Joe Flatman, Ships and Shipping in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2009), pl. 36.

William Noel, 'The Harley Psalter', in Melanie Holcomb, Pen and Parchment: Drawing in the Middle Ages (New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2009), fig. 9, pp. 13-14, no. 12 [exhibition catalogue].

Richard Gameson, 'An Itinerant English master around the Millenium' in England and the Continent in the Tenth Century: Studies in Honour of Wilhelm Levison (1876-1947) ed. by D. Rollason, C. Leyser and H. Williams (Turnhout: Brepols, '2010', recte 2011), pp. 87-134 (pp. 121, n. 74, 122


Images

Part  1   ff. 1-73v
Psalter, in the Roman version, imperfect, ending in Psalm 143 (the 'Harley Psalter')
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Trinity

f. 1
Trinity
Psalm 1: the blessed man and the ungodly man

f. 1v
Psalm 1: the blessed man and the ungodly man
Psalms 1 and 2

f. 2
Psalms 1 and 2
 
Psalm 2

f. 2
Psalm 2
Christ in a mandorla

f. 2
Christ in a mandorla
Psalms 3, 4 and 5

ff. 2v-3
Psalms 3, 4 and 5
 
Psalm 3

f. 2v
Psalm 3
Psalm 4

f. 2v
Psalm 4
Psalm 5

f. 3
Psalm 5
 
Psalm 6

f. 3v
Psalm 6
Psalm 7

f. 4
Psalm 7
Psalm 7

f. 4
Psalm 7
 
Psalm 8

f. 4v
Psalm 8
Psalm 8

f. 4v
Psalm 8
Psalm 9

f. 5
Psalm 9
 
Psalm 9

f. 5
Psalm 9
Psalms 9 and 10

ff. 5v-6
Psalms 9 and 10
Psalm 10

f. 6
Psalm 10
 
Psalm 11

f. 6v
Psalm 11
Psalm 11

f. 6v
Psalm 11
Psalm 11

f. 6v
Psalm 11
 
Psalm 12

f. 7
Psalm 12
Psalm 12

f. 7
Psalm 12
Psalms 13, 14 and 15

f. 7v-8
Psalms 13, 14 and 15
 
Psalm 13

f. 7v
Psalm 13
Pen drawing

f. 7v
Pen drawing
Psalms 13, 14 and 15

ff. 7v-8
Psalms 13, 14 and 15
 
Psalm 13

f. 7v
Psalm 13
Psalms 14 and 15

f. 8
Psalms 14 and 15
Psalms 14 and 15

f. 8
Psalms 14 and 15
 
Psalms 16 and 17

ff. 8v-9
Psalms 16 and 17
Psalm 16

f. 8v
Psalm 16
Psalm 17

f. 9
Psalm 17
 
Decorated initial

ff. 9v-10
Decorated initial
Psalms 18 and 19

ff. 10v-11
Psalms 18 and 19
Psalm 18

f. 10v
Psalm 18
 
Psalm 19

f. 11
Psalm 19
Psalm 20

f. 11v
Psalm 20
Psalm 21

f. 12
Psalm 21
 
Pen drawing

f. 12
Pen drawing
Decorated initial

f. 12v
Decorated initial
Psalm 22

f. 13
Psalm 22
 
Psalm 22

f. 13
Psalm 22
Psalm 23

f. 13v
Psalm 23
Psalm 23

f. 13v
Psalm 23
 
Psalm 24

f. 14
Psalm 24
Psalm 24

f. 14
Psalm 24
Psalm 25

f. 14v
Psalm 25
 
Psalm 25

f. 14v
Psalm 25
Psalm 26

f. 15
Psalm 26
Psalm 26

f. 15
Psalm 26
 
Psalms 27 and 28

ff. 15v-16
Psalms 27 and 28
Psalm 27

f. 15v
Psalm 27
Psalm 28

f. 16
Psalm 28
 
Psalm 28

f. 16v
Psalm 28
Psalm 30

f. 17
Psalm 30
Pen drawings

f. 17
Pen drawings
 
Psalm 31

ff. 17v-18
Psalm 31
Marginal drawing of an angel rescuing the psalmist

f. 17v
Marginal drawing of an angel rescuing the psalmist
Psalm 31

f. 18
Psalm 31
 
People playing music and singing

f. 18v
People playing music and singing
Psalm 33

f. 19
Psalm 33
Psalm 34

ff. 19v-20
Psalm 34
 
Psalm 34

f. 19v
Psalm 34
Text page

f. 20
Text page
Psalm 35

f. 20v
Psalm 35
 
Psalm 35

f. 20v
Psalm 35
Psalm 36

f. 21
Psalm 36
Psalm 36

f. 21
Psalm 36
 
Psalm 37

ff. 21v-22
Psalm 37
Psalm 37

f. 22
Psalm 37
Psalm 38

f. 22v
Psalm 38
 
Psalm 38

f. 22v
Psalm 38
Psalm 39

f. 23
Psalm 39
Psalm 39

f. 23
Psalm 39
 
Psalm 40

ff. 23v-24
Psalm 40
Psalm 40

f. 24
Psalm 40
Psalm 41

f. 24v
Psalm 41
 
Psalm 42

f. 25
Psalm 42
Psalm 43

f. 25
Psalm 43
Psalm 44

ff. 25v-26
Psalm 44
 
Psalm 44

f. 26
Psalm 44
Psalms 45 and 46

ff. 26v-27
Psalms 45 and 46
Psalm 45

f. 26v
Psalm 45
 
Psalm 46

f. 27
Psalm 46
Psalms 47 and 48

ff. 27v-28
Psalms 47 and 48
Psalm 47

f. 27v
Psalm 47
 
Psalm 4

f. 28
Psalm 4
Psalm 49

f. 28v
Psalm 49
Psalm 49

f. 28v
Psalm 49
 
Psalm 53

f. 29v
Psalm 53
Psalms 55 and 56

ff. 30v-31
Psalms 55 and 56
Psalms 57 and 58

ff. 31v-32
Psalms 57 and 58
 
Psalm 57

f. 31v
Psalm 57
Psalm 58

f. 32
Psalm 58
Psalms 59, 60 and 61

ff. 32v-33
Psalms 59, 60 and 61
 
Psalm 59

f. 32v
Psalm 59
Psalm 60

f. 33
Psalm 60
Psalm 61

f. 33
Psalm 61
 
Psalms 62 and 65

ff. 33v-34
Psalms 62 and 65
Psalm 62

f. 33v
Psalm 62
Psalm 65

f. 34
Psalm 65
 
Text pages

ff. 43v-44
Text pages
Text pages

ff. 44v-45
Text pages
Text pages

ff. 45v-46
Text pages
 
Text pages

ff. 46v-47
Text pages
Text pages

ff. 47v-48
Text pages
Text pages

ff. 48v-49
Text pages
 
Psalm  101

ff. 49v-50
Psalm 101
Psalm 101

f. 50
Psalm 101
Text page

f. 50v
Text page
 
Psalm 102

f. 51
Psalm 102
Psalm 102

f. 51
Psalm 102
Pen drawings

ff. 51v-52
Pen drawings
 
Psalm 103

f. 51v
Psalm 103
Psalm 103

f. 51v
Psalm 103
Psalm 104

ff. 52v-53
Psalm 104
 
Psalm 104

f. 52v
Psalm 104
Angel and elders

f. 53
Angel and elders
Psalm 105

ff. 53v-54
Psalm 105
 
Psalm 105

f. 53v
Psalm 105
Psalm 106

f. 54v
Psalm 106
Psalm 106

f. 54v
Psalm 106
 
Psalm 106

f. 54v
Psalm 106
Text page

f. 55
Text page
Psalm 107

f. 55v
Psalm 107
 
Psalm 107

f. 55v
Psalm 107
Psalms 117 and 118

ff. 55v-56
Psalms 117 and 118
Psalm 108

f. 56
Psalm 108
 
Psalm 108

f. 56
Psalm 108
Psalms 109 and 110

ff. 56v-57
Psalms 109 and 110
Psalm 109

f. 56v
Psalm 109
 
Psalm 110

f. 57
Psalm 110
 Psalm 110

f. 57
Psalm 110
Psalm 111

f. 57v
Psalm 111
 
Psalm 111

f. 57v
Psalm 111
Psalms 112 and 113

f. 58
Psalms 112 and 113
Psalm 112

f. 58
Psalm 112
 
Psalm 113

f. 58
Psalm 113
Princes on a throne

f. 58
Princes on a throne
Psalms 113, 114 and 115

ff. 58v-59
Psalms 113, 114 and 115
 
The Lord blesses the cup of salvation

f. 58v
The Lord blesses the cup of salvation
Psalm 114

f. 59
Psalm 114
Psalm 115

f. 59
Psalm 115
 
Psalm 115

f. 59v
Psalm 115
Psalm 116

f. 59v
Psalm 116
Psalms 115 and 116

f. 60
Psalms 115 and 116
 
Psalm 117

f. 60
Psalm 117
Psalm 118

ff. 60v-61
Psalm 118
Psalm 118

f. 60v
Psalm 118
 
Two men kneeling before an elder

f. 61
Two men kneeling before an elder
Penwork decoration

ff. 61v-62
Penwork decoration
Penwork decoration

f. 61v
Penwork decoration
 
Pen drawing

ff. 62v-63
Pen drawing
Zoomorphic decoration

f. 62v
Zoomorphic decoration
Psalm 119

ff. 63v-64
Psalm 119
 
Psalm 119

f. 64
Psalm 119
Psalm 120

f. 64v
Psalm 120
Psalm 122

f. 65
Psalm 122
 
Psalm 122

f. 65
Psalm 122
Psalm 123 and 124

f. 65v
Psalm 123 and 124
Psalm 123

f. 65v
Psalm 123
 
Psalm 124

f. 65v
Psalm 124
Psalm 125

f. 66
Psalm 125
Psalm 125

f. 66
Psalm 125
 
Psalm 126, 127 and 128

ff. 66v-67
Psalm 126, 127 and 128
Psalms 126 and 127

f. 66v
Psalms 126 and 127
Psalm 128

f. 67
Psalm 128
 
Psalms 129, 130 and 131,

ff. 67v-68
Psalms 129, 130 and 131,
Psalms 129

f. 67v
Psalms 129
Psalm 130

f. 67v
Psalm 130
 
Psalm 131

f. 68
Psalm 131
Psalm 132, 133 amd 134

ff. 68v-69
Psalm 132, 133 amd 134
Psalm 132

f. 68v
Psalm 132
 
Psalm 33

f. 68v
Psalm 33
Psalm 134

f. 69
Psalm 134
Pen drawing

f. 69
Pen drawing
 
Psalm 135

f. 69v
Psalm 135
Psalm 135

f. 69v
Psalm 135
Psalm 136

f. 70
Psalm 136
 
Psalm 136

f. 70
Psalm 136
Psalm 136

f. 70
Psalm 136
Psalm 136

f. 70
Psalm 136
 
Psalms 137 and 138

ff. 70v-71
Psalms 137 and 138
Psalm 137

f. 70v
Psalm 137
Psalm 137

f. 70v
Psalm 137
 
Psalm 138

f. 71
Psalm 138
Psalms 139 and 140

ff. 71v-72
Psalms 139 and 140
Psalm 139

f. 71v
Psalm 139
 
Psalm 140

f. 72
Psalm 140
Psalms 141 and 142

ff. 72v-73
Psalms 141 and 142
Psalm 141

f. 72v
Psalm 141
 
Psalm 141

f. 72v
Psalm 141
Psalm 141

f. 72v
Psalm 141
Psalm 142

f. 73
Psalm 142
 
Psalm 142

f. 73
Psalm 142
Psalm 143:: David and Goliath

f. 73v
Psalm 143:: David and Goliath

Part  2   ff. 29-35
Added drawings
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Psalm 52

f. 29
Psalm 52
Psalm 52

f. 29
Psalm 52
Psalm 53

f. 29v
Psalm 53
 
Psalm 54

f. 30
Psalm 54
Psalm 54

f. 30
Psalm 54
Psalm 55

f. 30v
Psalm 55
 
Psalm 55

f. 30v
Psalm 55
Psalm 56

f. 31
Psalm 56

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