Ms. psalter; written and illuminated in France, probably Paris, ca. 1270s. The manuscript was thought to have been produced in Beauvais because there are saints in the calendar and litany peculiar to Beauvais including Dinault, Lucian, Maxentia and Germer (see M.R. James, Catalogue, 1906, no. 20).
Decoration: 10 full-page quadripartite miniatures with medallions in the corners, 8 historiated initials on gold grounds, 24 calendar medallions.
Artists: attributed by Robert Branner to two 13th-century Paris workshops the Sainte-Chapelle Main Line Group (large miniatures) and the Late Johannes Grusch Atelier (calendar scenes and historiated initials of Psalms), ca. 1255-60. Alison Stones has attributed the Grusch folios to the Hospitaller Master (Maître Hospitalier) and placed the manuscript in the last quarter of the 13th century.