Ms.missal single leaves; written and illuminated in Hamburg, Germany, second half of the 14th century, before 1381.
Decoration: M.892.1: 1 historiated initial R[esurrexi] with the Resurrection, elaborate marginal border with historiated vignettes at the bas-de-page: a lion resuscitating its dead cub, a donkey playing a zither, and a monkey offering a gold chalice. Original foliation IX on recto; M.892.2: 1 historiated initial S[uscepimus] with the Presentation of the Christ Child in the Temple; border decoration with 2 vignettes at the bas-de-page: a young man and two women catching birds, and a wolf in a hooded robe lecturing to geese; original foliation LV on recto; M.892.3: 1 historiated initial C[ibaviteos] with a priest celebrating Mass before an altar; border decoration and two historiated vignettes at the bas-de-page: (reversed hunting scenes) fox and hare carrying hounds strung on poles, and a fox riding a donkey led by an ape holding an owl instead of a falcon. Original foliation CCV on recto.
Artist: Meister Bertram von Minden.