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Gaudeamus - Unknown (Gerona Bible Master)

Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

An illuminated page from a gradual (music for the Mass) painted on vellum in tempera. The Latin text reads "Gaudeamus om[ne]s in domino diem festum celebrantes sub honore" meaning "Let us all rejoice in the Lord celebrating a festival in honor of...". A saint's name would follow on the next page. The letter G is decorated with a scene depicting the death of the Virgin, with the crucified Christ, angels, apostles, and others mourning. The four-line musical staff and square notes are a system of musical notation in use in Italy during much of the Middle Ages called Square Neumes. The background is not stitched. Ecru fabric is recommended. (about 1285)
Counted cross stitch chart booklet (floss and fabric not included -- see what is included)
442 x 590 stitches  ■  118 colors (DMC floss)  ■  About 25" x 33" or 62 x 83 cm (on 18-count)


Scarlet Quince cross stitch chart: Gaudeamus -  Unknown (Gerona Bible Master)
Watermarks are not part of the pattern or stitched results

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