Cataloguing Discrepancies: The Printed York Breviary of 1493

Andrew Hughes (with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins):

The importance of investigating medieval books for the liturgical offices, perhaps the largest unexplored corpus of similar material, hardly needs to be emphasized. Liturgy was the backbone of most medieval activities, providing material for many aspects of contemporary literary endeavours. But assessing the influence in a general sense can be undertaken only after individual Uses have been defined, differentiated, and described.

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