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Opening page of calendar.

Opening page of calendar, written in French. Border decoration.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Opening page of calendar with the month of January; the feast of the octave of Thomas Becket and the mention of the word "pope" at the feast of St. Marcellus have been erased.

Opening page of calendar, in French.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Opening page of calendar, written in French, border decoration.

Opening page of calendar; initials and border design.

Opening page of calendar, in French.

Opening page of calendar, written in French. Border decoration.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Opening of calendar for the month of January, with entries on every line, in French.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Calendar page with zodiac symbols.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January including in red the feasts of Felix, bishop of Nantes (8 January) and Hilary, bishop of Poitiers (13 January).

Opening page of calendar, written in French. Border decoration with grotesque.

Opening page of calendar.

Calendar page with image of seasonal activity.

Opening page of calendar, written in French.

Page of calendar for the month of February, in French, with entries for each day; border decoration includes a winged grotesque.

Opening page of calendar.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January.

Opening of calendar.

Opening page of calendar, decoration in outer border, written in French.

Opening page of calendar.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January. A column was constructed intentionally to hold the numbering of the days of the month, executed in blue ink and in arabic numerals.

Opening page of calendar. Note of ownership at bottom: "Conventus Ratisbonensis Carmelitarum Discalceatorum."

Last page of calendar of feasts; explicit.