The purpose of this entry is to establish an easy access to the content of the most important surviving liturgical books from the Middle Ages by means of a number of links. The books have not been scanned yet. It is my hope, however, that this enterprise can be carried through in the future as soon as the necessary money has been raised.
The most interesting books in our context are the following printed books kept in the Royal Library in Copenhagen:
Missale Ottoniense from 1483 (fragmentary) Breviarium Ottoniense from 1482 and the later editions.
Missale Slesvicense from 1486 Diurnale Roschildense from 1511
Breviarium Slesvicense from 151 Breviarium Lundense from 1517
Missale Hafniense from 1510 Breviarium Roschildense from 1517
Missale Lundense from1514 Breviarium Aarhusiense from 1519
Canon Roschildensis from 1522
Furthermore, there are three important printed liturgical books kept in foreign libraries that ought also to be scanned:
Missale Hafniense Vetus from 1484 in Helsinki (fragmentary)
Missale Viburgense from 1500 in Riga
Breviarium Slesvicense from 1486 in Rome