1 March 2014

Nidaros Missal

To be found anywhere on the internet?

8 comments:

Ben said...

Frustratingly, no. It was hosted on the website of the National Library of Norway for a while, whence Pastor in Valle transcribed the Ordo Missae. There is a facsimile edition which is held in a number of UK academic libraries (also available on abebooks for £3500!).

The Breviarium Nidrosiense, on the other hand, is still up on the Nasjonalbiblioteket website, and can even by downloaded in pdf form.

Conchúr said...

http://valleadurni.blogspot.ie/2012/02/use-of-nidaros.html

Conchúr said...

http://valleadurni.blogspot.ie/2012/02/use-of-nidaros.html

Eugenie Roth said...

I think, this is, what you are looking for ...
https://www.google.de/#q=missale+nidrosiense
Bless you!

Gregory the Eremite said...

http://www.nb.no/Tilbud/Samlingen/Samlingen/Boeker

This page at the National Library of Norway has links to the missal and to the breviary. Alas, the link to the missal is broken. Perhaps drop them a line to see what is going on?

Patruus said...

A WorldCat entry [1] for an "ebook" of the 1519 edition directs one to the Early European Books website [2] which requires some sort of institutional login which I do not have. Nevertheless by some stroke of fortuity I gained access and downloaded the PDF which weighs in at an enormous one gigabyte, making it all but impossible for me to upload to a publicly accessible location.

[1] http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/769277653

[2] http://eeb.chadwyck.co.uk/marketing/index.jsp

Fr John Hunwicke said...

What I wished to ascertain was whether , by 1519, it contained the Mass of the Five Wounds.

Patruus said...

I have just succeeded in placing the PDF at the following location, from which it will take about 11 minutes to download -

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8A3wsWu6fORQk5CUENQOFNHOTQ/edit?usp=sharing