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nostra at the beginning and end of the anthem, the choice of which seems to have been determined by the word coronaberis at the end. The words within square brackets have been supplied for the spaces where the writing is illegible.

Tunc cantetur antiphona. T[ota) pulchra es regina nostra et macula non est in te · fauus distillans labia tua mel et lac sub lingua tuaodor unguento[rum] tuorum super omnia aromata · iam enim hiemps transiit (ymber abiit] et recessit flores apparuerunt 'uinee florentes odorem dederunt et vox turturis audita est in terra nostra · Surgse propera] regina nostra • ueni de libano · ueni coronaberis.

The anthem may be found in its original form with amica mea instead of regina nostra in a manuscript almost contemporary, or perhaps a little earlier, as Mr. Warner judges (British Museum, Harl. 2961. fo. 134) where it is the anthem to the last psalm of the second vespers of the Assumption. The first words of the anthem, Tota pulchra es, may also be found on p. 274 of CCCC.44. from which the edition of the coronation service printed above is taken ; it was sung after the reception of the pall by the archbishop in the chapel of our Lady. Angelico namque indutus uestiminet porticum genitricis christi incessu pergat iocundo choro antiphonam concinente Tota pulchra es. Finita antiphona summo pontifice uersum dicente coram altare Aue maria gratia plena cum collecta sibi placente.

Hic coronetur] Tunc debet imponi corona in Capite : Men.

Accipe coronam] 1. 1. quoque : om. Cl. CCCC.146. Dou. Rob. Dun. Men.

1. 2. a domino : om. CI. CCCC.146. Dou. Rob. Dun. Men. coroneris. per dominum : Dun.

Post datam ... dicamus alleluia :] The anthem and rubric are found in CCCC.44 and in Vit.

This anthem reminds one of the Christmas anthems beginning Hodie; as the anthem at Benedictus on Twelfth-day and the respond for the second lesson on Christmas-day, and at Procession.

Hanc sequatur oratio) Alia : Ci. Oratio : CCCC.146. Dou. Sequatur oratio : Rob. Dun. Item oratio : Men.

Omnium domine] 1. 2. huic : om : Cl. CCCC.146. Dou. Rob. Dun. Men. 1. 2. in ea bonis operibus : Cl. CCCC.146. Dou. Rob. Dun. Men. 1. 4. gloriam. per dominum : Dun.

p. 63.

In consummatione ... Quod ipse] This episcopal benediction is to be found only in CCCC.44.

Missa pro rege ordinato] The mass is not in Rob. or Men.
See Muratori ii. 188. Missa quotidiana pro rege.

Quaesumus omnipotens] l. 1. For rex noster CCCC.146 and Dun. have itt.

1. 4. deuitare et hostes superare et ad te qui : CCCC.146. Dun. has Super oblata instead of Secreta. 1. 4. proficiant : C1. CCCC.146. Dou. Dun. Munera domine] 1. 2. et sanguis fiant. & iH: CI. CCCC.146. Dou. Dun. 1. 4. proficiant: Cl. CCCC. 146. Dou. Dun.

Đ aeterne] 1. 5. sapientiae ceterarumque uirtutum : Cl. CCCC.146. Dou. Dun.

1. 6. decorari. Quatinus et transitorii regni gubernacula plebem subiectam inculpabiliter teneat. et ad eterni infinita gaudia te miserante perveniat. per christum dominum : Dou.

1. 8. fundatus peccatorum labe abstersus de uisibilibus & inuisibilibus hostibus triumphator effectus subiecti populo augmento prosperitate & securitate exhilaratus. cum eis mutua dilectione conexus. & transitorii regni gubernacula inculpabiliter teneat. & ad æterni (s. regni : interl. Dun.] infinita gaudia te miserante perueniat. per christum : Cl. CCCC.146. Dun.

p. 64.

Benedictio eiusdem] Benedictio : Cl. But CCCC.146. & Dou. omit the benediction wholly. Providential

1. 2. regale dignitatis solium hodierna : Ci.
1. 3. triumphabiliter : Cl.
1. 4. Amen: om. Cl.
1. 6. praeuideas : Cl.

1. 8. munitus. ense trophei stipatus. galea quoque salutis redimitus. securus uitae tempore subtiliter & prospicaciter possideas. ut cuin christo rege regum : Cl.

Ad complendum] so also Cl. & CCCC.146. but Dou. and Dun. have posicommunio. With ad complendum Cl. ends abruptly, the last leaf having disappeared.

Haec domine oratio] See Muratori, ii. 188.
1. 1. regem nostrum : om. CCCC.146. Dou. Dun.

Omnipotens sempiterne] See Muratori ii. 189. a collect from Missa tempore synodi pro Rege dicenda.

1. 4. muniatur et ad eterne: CCCC.146. Dou. Dun.

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