Salerno Exultet Roll

Benevento or Salerno (Italy) — Late 12th century – first half of the 13th century

Salerno Exultet Roll

Salerno Exultet Roll

Alternative Titles:
  • Rotolo Salernitano dell'Exultet
  • Salerno Exultet Rotulus
  • L’Exultet di Salerno
  • Salerno Exultet-Rolle

Codicology

Alternative Titles
Rotolo Salernitano dell'Exultet
Salerno Exultet Rotulus
L’Exultet di Salerno
Salerno Exultet-Rolle
Size / Format
1 scroll / 820.0 × 47.0 cm
Date
Late 12th century – first half of the 13th century
Style
Language
Script
Gothic Textualis
Content
Easter Proclamation, or hymns for the Easter Vigil's celebration
1 available facsimile edition(s) of „Salerno Exultet Roll“

L'Exultet di Salerno Facsimile

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L'Exultet di Salerno Facsimile

1 volume: Exact reproduction of the original document (extent, color and size)
Publisher
Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato – Rome, 1993
Limited Edition
1000 copies
Binding
The facsimile consists of 11 plates (format 57.5 x 92.5 cm) presented in a canvas folder.
Commentary
1 volume by Giuseppe Zampino, Guglielmo Cavallo, and Antonia D'Aniello
Language: Italian
More Information
Reproduction of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
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