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Beth Williamson wrote:
> 
> On Wed, 18 Sep 1996, Marian Hollinger wrote:
> >
> > Beth,
> > It is most likely that the Book of Hours from which Chas IV was taught was, indeed, his
> > own volume.  It is also quite likely that Pierre Roger had some supervisory capacity in
> > the making of the book.  Clerics often appear in books owned by the laity, offering the
> > possibility that they were acting as advisors or teachers to the owners.
> > Marian Hollinger
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> >
> 
> Marian,
> 
> Would you know of a specific example of a book known to have been owned
> by a particular layperson, which includes an image of a clerical advisor
> or teacher?
> 
> Beth Williamson
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Beth,
Just received your message and must leave for class.  I shall give you specific 
references this afternoon.  Do you need only books of hours?  Or will other types of mss 
also assist you?
Marian Hollinger


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