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Click on the web addresses below to link to other sites that include information on books of hours. Some sites say REVIEW next to them. Click on REVIEW to see a brief description/critique of them. Also note that some sites fit more than one category, but are only listed under one category.
“Bibliotheca Schoenbergensis: An Exhibition from the Collection of Lawrence J. Schoenberg.”
University of Pennsylvania Library.
“Books of Hours.” Eton College Library.
“Brandeis University Libraries Special Collections Department: Book of Hours.” Brandeis
Golden, Judith. “University of Pittsburgh Frick Fine Arts Library Book of Hours.”
University of Pittsburgh.
Hurlbut, Jesse D. “Spalding University Book of Hours.” Spalding University. http://www.byu.edu/~hurlbut/dscriptorium/spalding/spalding.html
-----. “University of Kentucky Special Collections Kentuckiensis III.” University of Kentucky. http://www.byu.edu/~hurlbut/dscriptorium/ukentucky/ky3/ky3.html
“Les Tres Riches Heures Du Duc De Berry.” University of Chicago.
“MS. Buchanan e. 3.” University of Oxford.
Salisbury, Cameron. “Books of Hours in the Wellesley College Library.” Wellesley College. http://www.wellesley.edu/Library/SpecColl/BookOfHours/bookhome.html
Sparks, Jeremy. “Mid 15th Century Book of Hours.” Willamette University.
“The Agpeya: The Coptic Orthodox Book Of Hours.” The Christian Coptic Orthodox Church Of Egypt. http://pharos.bu.edu/cn/prayers/Agpeya.html
Winkler, Andrea L. “An Online Book of Hours.” Whitman College. http://people.whitman.edu/~winkleal/images/
Woodruff, Peter. “A Note on the Book of Hours of Catherine of Cleves.” University of Southern
“27 Book of Hours.” Koninklijke Bibliotheek.
“Bethune Book of Hours.” Hill Monastic Manuscript Library. http://www.csbsju.edu/hmml/bethune/beth-boh.html
“John of Berry's Petites Heures, 14th Century. (BNF, LAT 18014).” The Bibliothèque Nationale de
“Gl. kgl. S. 1612 4º - Book of Hours.” The Royal Library of Copenhagen. http://www.kb.dk/elib/mss/mdr/index-en.htm
“Book of Hours. Getty, The Collections.” J. Paul Getty Museum.
“Book of Hours.” Webmuseum, Paris. http://www.southern.net/wm/rh/glo/book-hours.html
The Cloisters: The Metropolitan Museum.
Ahem, J.J. “Treasures of the APS.” American Philisophical Society.
“Artz Hours.” Littlepeople.com. http://littlepeople.net/artzhours/index.html
Gunhouse, Glenn. “A Hypertext Book of Hours.” http://members.tripod.com/~gunhouse/hourstxt/home.htm
“The Book of Hours.” SYBDS.
Yamamoto-Wilson, John R. “Book of Hours: General Information.” Sophia University. http://pweb.cc.sophia.ac.jp/~j-yamamo/Hours/
“Book of Hours.” Mackus Company.
“Griffon’s Medieval Manuscripts: Affordable Renaissance Art For the Discriminating Individual.”
4 Griffon’s Medieval Manuscripts.
*Websites were last checked for validity in April of 2003.
Alexander, Jonathan J.G. A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles. London: Harvey Miller, 1975.
Calkins, Robert G. Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages. New York: 1983.
Donovan, Claire. The de Brailes Hours: Shaping the Book of Hours in Thirteenth-Century Oxford. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991.
Dornhoffer, Friedr. Hortulus Animae. Le Jardinet de L’Ame. Joseph Baer & Francfort S.M., 1912.
Porcher, Jean. The Rohan Book of Hours. London: Faber and Faber, 1959.
Weick, Roger S. Painted Prayers: The Book of Hours in Medieval and Renaissance Art. New York: George Braziller, 1998.
The Time Sanctified: The Book of Hours in Medieval Art and Life. New York: George Braziller, 1988.
These pages are the work of the students enrolled in Art 238, "Art and Medieval Mentalities," taught by Professor Christine Hamza during the Spring Semester, 2003.
The format of this site was last updated: June 7, 2007.