Useful lists: Title list of the manuscripts of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek and Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum

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Aegidius of Roya, Compendium historiae universalis
Aelius Donatus, De octo partibus orationis
Alain Chartier, La belle dame sans mercy. And other texts
Album with cuttings of decoration
Alonso de Spina, La forteresse de la foy
Ancien armorial de France
Antiphonary (diurnal; winter part; incomplete)
Antiphonary (fragment)
Antiphonary (winter part; Cistercian use)
Aristotle, Ethiques (translation from the Latin by Nicolas Oresme)
Ars memorandi capitula evangeliorum
Augustine, De civitate Dei
Augustine, De civitate Dei. Idem, Liber de cura pro mortuis gerenda
Augustine, La Cité de Dieu (Book 1-10)
Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, Books I-X (translation from the Latin by Raoul de Presles)
Augustine, La cité de Dieu, Books XI-XXII (translation from the Latin by Raoul de Presles)
Avicenna, Canon medicinae (Books III, V; translation from the Arab by Gerard of Cremona)
Bestiary. And other texts
Bible
Bible (incomplete)
Bible Historiale
Bible Historiale (Vol. I; incomplete at end)
Bible moralisée
Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae. And other texts
Book of Hours
Book of Hours (Bezborodko Hours)
Book of Hours (Hours of Catharine de Medici; use of Rome)
Book of Hours (Hours of Catherine of Aragon; use of Sarum)
Book of Hours (Hours of Isabella of Castile; use of Rome)
Book of Hours (Hours of Jean Lallemant le Jeune; use of Bourges)
Book of Hours (Hours of Philip of Burgundy; use of Paris)
Book of Hours (Hours of Simon de Varie; use of Paris)
Book of Hours (Dominican use)
Book of Hours (Hours of the Virgin only; use of Rome)
Book of Hours (incomplete)
Book of Hours (part: Penitential Psalms, Office of the Dead en Commendatio animae)
Book of Hours (Premonstrantensian use)
Book of Hours (use of Antwerp)
Book of Hours (use of Besançon)
Book of Hours (use of Liège)
Book of Hours (use of Paris)
Book of Hours (use of Paris/Rome)
Book of Hours (use of Rheims)
Book of Hours (use of Rome and Sarum/Rouen)
Book of Hours (use of Rome and Thérouanne)
Book of Hours (use of Rome)
Book of Hours (use of Rome; incomplete)
Book of Hours (use of Rouen)
Book of Hours (use of Sarum)
Book of Hours (use of Sarum/Rouen)
Book of Hours (use of Sarum-Rouen)
Book of Hours (use of Sens)
Book of Hours (use of Tournai)
Book of Hours (use of Tournay)
Book of Hours (use of Troyes)
Book of Hours (use of Utrecht)
Book of Hours (use unknown)
Book of Hours and Prayer Book
Book of Hours and Prayer Book (Dominican use)
Book of Hours and Prayer Book (mainly rhimed)
Book of Hours and Prayer Book (use of Rome)
Book of Hours(use of Tournai)
Breviary
Breviary (Bridgettine use)
Breviary (Bridgettine use) / Office of the Dead (use of Liège), Bridgettine Ordinary
Breviary (part only: Psalter and Common of Saints; use of Autun)
Breviary (summer part; use of Utrecht)
Cato, Disticha, together with the French translation by Jean Le Fèvre. Somme le Roi, chap. III: Traité des vices. Christine de Pisan, Heures de contemplacion. Pierre de Nesson, Vigiles des morts. Livre d'impatience
Charter given in 1445 by Philip the Good of Burgundy to the Convent Poelgeest at Leyden
Charters, privileges and other ducuments of the cities of Flanders concerning Flanders
Choir-Psalter. Hymnary (Franciscan use)
Christine de Pisan, Le livre de la mutacion de fortune
Christine de Pisan, Le livre des trois vertus
Christine de Pisan, L'épître d'Othéa
Chronicle of Flanders. Adaptation of Anthonis de Roovere's Exellente cronike van Vlaenderen (621-1482) with a continuation up to 1494
Chronique Dite de Baudouin d'Avesnes (Volume I)
Chronique Dite de Baudouin d'Avesnes (Volume II)
Cicero, Livre de vieillesse. Idem, Livre d'amitié
Cicero, Oraison pour Marcellus. Pliny the Younger, Oraison à la loenge de Traianus. Petrus Candido Decembrio, Comparaison entre César et Alexandre. Lucianus of Samosata, Comparaison entre Alexandre, Hannybal et Scipion (French translation of Aurispa's Latin rendition)
Claes Heynenz., Hollantsche cronike
Clément Prinsault, Le blason d'armes. [Les blasons des chevaliers de la table ronde]
Collectio canonum
Die Dietsche Doctrinale. Beatrijs. Dit es vanden aflaten van Rome. Jacob van Maerlant, Die heimelicheit der heimelicheden
Dirc van Delf, Tafel van den kersten ghelove
Diurnal (Carthusian use)
Diurnal (Cistercian use; winter part)
Diurnal (use of Windesheim)
Donato Acciuoli, Life of Scipio Africanus. Plutarchus, Life of Pompejus. Leonardo Bruni Aretino, Life of Cicero. Translation from the Latin by Symon de Bourgouyn
Durand de Mende, Le rational des divins offices de l'eglise
Een nuttelic boec den kerstenen menschen
Eike von Repgow, Saksenspiegel
Eusebius of Caesarea, Chronici canones, in the translation of St. Jerome
Fasciculus temporum
Ferial Psalter
Ferial Psalter (noted; fragment)
Ferial Psalter (use of Utrecht)
Festal Missal
Gautier de Coinsi, Les miracles de Notre Dame. Les vies des Peres
Genealogie de Madame Anne de la Tour, princesse de l'Écosse (d. 1524)
Genealogy of the Kings of England
Genealogy of the Kings of England / Introduction to heraldry. And other texts
Giovanni Boccaccio, Le Decameron
Gospel Book
Gospels
Gospels (Egmond Gospels)
Gradual (fragment)
Gradual (use of Liège?)
Gregory the Great, Omelies sur aucunes evangiles
Guillaume de Deguileville, Die pelgrimage van der menscheliker creaturen
Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Le Roman de la Rose
Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung, Roman de la Rose
Guy of Chauliac, La grande chirurgie
Heinrich von Aken, Die Rose. Roman van Cassamus. Die Frenesie
Henry Suso, Horologe de Sapience
Hippocrates, Aphorismi et prognostica cum commentis Galeni. And other texts
Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César
Histoires Troyennes
History Bible
History Bible (part 2: Job-Maccabees, N.T.). Die Destructie van Jerusalem
History Bible (Psalter and New Testament)
Hours of the H. Sacrament. Ferial psalter and cantica. And other text
Hubert le Prevost, Vie de St. Hubert
Jacob van Maerlant, Der Naturen Bloeme
Jacob van Maerlant, Rhimebible
Jacob van Maerlant, Rijmbijbel. Idem, Die Wrake van Jerusalem
Jacob van Maerlant, Rijmbijbel. Idem, Die wrake van Jherusalem
Jacob van Maerlant, Spieghel Historiael
Jacques de Valère, Traité de noblesse. Translated from the Spanish by Hugues de Salve (Gonsalve de Vargas). Les douze chapitres du blason d'armes. And other texts
Jean de Wavrin, Les chroniques d'Angleterre (Vols. II, III, V)
Jean Froissart, Chroniques (Vol. 1)
Jean Froissart, Kroniek (Vol. III). Translated from the French by Gerrit Potter van de Loo
Jean Miélot, Miroir de l'Ame pècheresse
Jean Molinet, Le roman de la rose moralisé et translaté de rime en prose
Jehan de Courcy, La Bouquechardière
Jerome, Epistolae
Jerome, Epistolary
Jerome, Sermo de natali sancti Johannis. Petrus Damiani, Sermo de Sancto Johanne Evangelista (composite volume)
Jerome, Vie des anciens saints pères hermites
Johannes Chrisostomos, Homiliae I-VI in laudem beati Pauli apostoli
Johannes Januensis, Catholicon
John of Bréhal, Tractatus de laude pacis. And other texts
Lambert of St. Omer, Le livre fleurissant en fleurs. Prose translation of the Liber Floridus
Lambert of St. Omer, Liber Floridus
Lay Breviary
Le séjour de deuil pour le trespas de Messire Philippes de Commines
Lectionary with Gospel and Epistle lessons, glossed (summer part)
Life of Christ in prayers
Life of St. Barbara
Life of St. Francis (La leggenda del beate messere sancto franciescho)
Life of St. Francis. Dat Spiegel der volmaectheit der mynre brueders. And other text (added)
Livy, Histoire Romaine
Livy, Histoire Romaine (4th Decade)
Martin von Troppau, Chronicon Imperatorum (Excerpten)
Mass and Office Book of the Brotherhood of St. Catherine of the Paris , founded in the Hospital of St. Catherine in Paris (noted)
Military decrees of Charles the Bold
Missal (Dominican use)
Missal (Missal of the Church of St. Servatius, Maastricht; use of Liège)
Missal (noted; use of Utrecht)
Missal (use of Rome)
Missal (use of Utrecht)
Missal (winter part)
Moses Ben Abraham, Chronique de la Bible
New Testament with the Old Testament Epistle Readings
Nicholas of Lyra, Postilla litteralis in Vetus Testamentum
Nicolaus de Lyra, Postilla litteralis (fragments)
Origenes, Expositio super cantica canticorum
Passion of Christ from the Gospels. Apocalyps. Acts. And other texts
Penitential psalms with prayers and offices
Penitential Psalms. Office of the Dead (Bridgettine use). And other texts
Petrus Comestor, Bible historiale (translation from the Latin by Guyars des Moulins)
Petrus Comestor, Historia scholastica (fragment). Biblia pauperum. And other texts
Petrus Lombardus, Commentarius in psalmos
Petrus Lombardus, Glossa in Epistulas Pauli. Petrus de Tarentasia, Glossa in Epistulas Pauli
Petrus Maynardus, De triplici imperio
Petrus van Herenthals, Collectarius Super Librum Psalmorum
Picture bible. Added text: Complainte de Jérusalem contre la Cour de Rome
Pierre Choque, Commémoration de la mort d'Anne, reine de France, duchesse de Bretagne
Pierre d'Ailly, Le jardin amoureux. Triboulet, Complaints contre la Mort
Prayer Book
Prayer Book (composite volume)
Prayer Book (containing a Prayer Cycle of the Life of Christ devided over the days of the week, ff. 29v-112r)
Prayer Book (incomplete)
Prayers
Processional. Office of the Dead
Psalter
Psalter (glossed)
Psalter / Book of Hours (use of Sarum)
Psalter, Book of Hours, Lay Breviary
Psalter. And other texts
Psalter. Breviary of St. Bridget
Psalter-Book of Hours (use of Liège)
Pseudo-Apuleius, Herbarius. And other texts
Pseudo-Aristotle, Le livre des problèmes
Rule of St. Augustine
Sermons for the liturgical year in Dutch
Sidrac. Lucidaire
Smaragdus, Diadema monachorum
Speculum humanae salvationis
Speculum humanae salvationis. And other texts
Statutes and regulations of the Chapter of St. Servaes, Maastricht (1324-1441)
Statutes of the Order of St. Michael
Statutes of the Order of the Golden Fleece
Statuts et armorial de l'Ordre de la Toison d'Or (Statutes and armorial of the Order of the Golden Fleece)
Statuts et Ordonnances de l'Ordre de la Toison d'Or (Statutes and Ordonnances of the Order of the Golden Fleece)
Statuts, Ordonnances et Armorial de l'Ordre de la Toison d'Or (Statutes, Ordonnances and armorial of the Order of the Golden Fleece)
Terentius, Comoediae
The Limburg Sermons (Limburgse Sermoenen). Easter Play
Thomas a Kempis, Dialogus noviciorum (Book I-IV). And other texts
Thomas de Aquino, Le livre de l'information des princes
Usuard, Martyrology. Evangeliary (part). Documents concerning the Crutched Friars
Utrecht Calendar
Valerius Maximus, Des faits et des paroles mémorables
Van den keyser rechte
Vegetius, L'Art de chevallerie. Frontinus, Stratagèmes
Vincent of Beauvais, Le Miroir Historial (Vol. II, III, IV)
Vincent of Beauvais, Le Miroir Historial (Vol. IV)
Virgil, Opera omnia
Wilhelm von Orlens

Aegidius de Roya presents the manuscript to David of Burgundy, Bishop of Utrecht [fol. 1r of the modern (Arab) foliation]

Young man reading

A man and a woman playing chess

The Holy Wound of Christ and stigma of St. Francis of Assisi(?)

St. John Chrysostom preaching before heretics

Symbol of St. Matthew: angel, with (1) Christ-child and kneeling angel, (2) three crowns, (3) baptismal font, (4) devil swaying stones, (5) opened book, seven candles, (6) bird (dove?) picking bread

Tortures of the rich including Dives; Lazarus' soul in Abraham bosom (2nd of 2)

Leo (crowned lion)

Abraham sacrifices Isaac, an angel restrains his sword

September: two men making wine, one of them treads grapes

The Annunciation: Gabriel announces Christ's birth to Mary

The massacre of the Innocents: Herod's men kill the newborn boys of Bethlehem

St. Michael weighing souls, conquering the dragon (Satan)

The martyrdom of St. Sebastian: tied to a tree, he is pierced by arrows

The death of the five Amorite kings

The Crucifixion, with Mary, St. John, the confessing centurion and soldiers