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Page from an early manuscript of the Pseudo-Jerome epistle to Dardanus, northern France, mid-9th century (F-AN 18, f.13r); King David holds the so-called ‘psalterium decachordum’ or ‘psalterium quadratum’ – several other schematic instruments appear, also inspired by the text

Page from an early manuscript of the Pseudo-Jerome epistle to Dardanus, northern France, mid-9th century (F-AN 18, f.13r); King David holds the so-called ‘psalterium decachordum’ or ‘psalterium quadratum’ – several other schematic instruments appear, also inspired by the text

Bibliothèque municipale, Angers

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