|There seems to be some slight muddle in the text of the last line, as the word spacing has gone a bit haywire. The words in the centre of the line should read in neomenia, "in the full moon", showing that even in the most elaborate and laboriously produced manuscripts, scribal errors are still possible.|
|Luttrell Psalter (British Library, add. ms. 42130, f.149r), c.1340. By permission of the British Library. Images are made available by the British Library under a Creative Commons licence.|
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