Ascension Week

Ascension Week seems to have slowed the output of the Vatican Library's digitization programm. My unofficial list contains only 16 items for the past seven days:
  1. Ross.128, an Old Testament, with upper headings mostly guillotined off in rebinding: notable initials
  2. S.Maria.Magg.26 (reloaded, but still only in black and white), liturgical music
  3. Vat.lat.2532, Andrae's commentary of Decretals
  4. Vat.lat.2550, decretals text with space left for commentary still entirely empty
  5. Vat.lat.4761, Renaissance, book of hours?
  6. Vat.lat.4810,
  7. Vat.lat.4834 (Upgraded to HQ), contains text of Tommasuccio da Foligno
  8. Vat.lat.4906, catalog of letters of Pope Gregory VII
  9. Vat.lat.4910, Alfonso Ceccarelli 1532-83
  10. Vat.lat.4911, ditto
  11. Vat.lat.4943,
  12. Vat.lat.4944, legal
  13. Vat.lat.4968, historical writing by Giovanni Pietro Ferretti 1482- 1557
  14. Vat.lat.5000, seventeenth century manuscript of Chronicum Salernitanum, lists of Lombard kings, etc.
  15. Vat.lat.5018.pt.1, work of Cristobal de Cabrera 1513-1598 
  16. Vat.lat.5053, works of Salvianus Massiliensis c.400-c.470
This is Piggin's Unofficial List number 211. Thanks to @gundormr for harvesting. If you have corrections or additions, please use the comments box below. Follow me on Twitter (@JBPiggin) for news of more additions to DigiVatLib.

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