Árni Magnússon’s rearrangement of paper manuscripts

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				<title>AM 13 fol.</title>
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				<authority>Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, København</authority>
				<msDesc xml:id="AM020013" xml:lang="en"> 
						<repository ref="#AMDK">Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, Copenhagen</repository> 
						<idno>AM 13 fol.</idno>
					<msPart xml:id="AM020013CU1"> 
							<idno>AM 13 fol. CU1</idno>
						<msItem n="1">
							<locus from="1r" to="48v"/> 		
							<title type="uniform">Jómsvíkinga saga</title>
							<textLang mainLang="is">Icelandic</textLang>
							<rubric>Hier Byriast Saga af Joms wijkingum.</rubric>
							<incipit>Madur er nefndur Toke han<ex>n</ex> var i Danmork</incipit>
							<explicit>til Islands og sagde þ<ex>ar</ex> f<ex>yr</ex>str man<ex>n</ex>a þ<ex>es</ex>se Tydin<ex>n</ex>de</explicit>
							<finalRubric>Og lijkur hi<ex>er</ex> Jomsvijkinga Sogu. Geyme Gud þ<ex>ann</ex> er ritade. Og þa s<ex>e</ex>m lesa <ex>og</ex> tilhlijda bæde þ<ex>es</ex>sa heims og an<ex>n</ex>ars Am<ex>e</ex>n</finalRubric>
							<filiation><ref type="ms" target="AM04-0510-da">Copy of AM 510 4to.</ref>
								<bibl><ref type="secondary-1" target="JomsvSD">Jómsvíkinga saga and Jómsvíkingadrápa (1879)</ref>, 
									<biblScope unit="page">xxviii</biblScope>;
									<ref type="secondary" target="FMS11">Fornmanna sögur</ref>, 
									<biblScope unit="volume">XI</biblScope>: <biblScope unit="page">7</biblScope></bibl>
						<objectDesc form="codex">							
							<supportDesc material="chart">								
									<num type="front-flyleaf" value="3"/>
									<num type="book-block" value="48"/> 
									<num type="back-flyleaf" value="3"/>
									<dimensions type="leaf">
										<height unit="mm" atLeast="285" atMost="290"/> 
										<width unit="mm" atLeast="175" atMost="180"/> 
									<watermark ana="yes"><p>There are two different watermarks:</p>
										<p>The watermark on the first leaf is a foolscap in a collar with five bells and three large circles at the end of the middle point.</p>
											<p>The following leaves show a post horn watermark with the letters "MG" underneath. <note>The same 
											watermark occurs e.g. in <ref>AM 49 fol.</ref></note></p>
										The details are: 
											<item>Fol. 1: foolscap (upside up)</item> <!-- slightly thicker paper; replacement leaf -->
											<item>Fol. 2: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 3: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 4: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 5: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 6: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 7: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 8: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 9: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 10: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 11: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 12: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 13: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 14: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 15: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 16: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 17: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 19: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 19: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 20: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 21: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 22: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 23: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 24: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 25: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 26: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 27: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 28: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 29: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 30: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 31: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 32: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 33: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 34: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 35: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 36: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 37: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 38: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 39: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 40: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 41: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 42: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 43: post horn (upside down)</item>
											<item>Fol. 44: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 45: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 46: "blank"</item>
											<item>Fol. 47: post horn (upside up)</item>
											<item>Fol. 48: post horn (upside up)</item>
								<foliation ana="later fol">There is later foliation in red ink in the top right-hand corners which is fading (1-48).</foliation>
								<foliation ana="later fol">There is modern foliation in pencil (1-48).</foliation>
								<collation><p>There are six quires: <list>
									<item>I: fols. 1-8 (1, 2+7, 3+6, 4+5, 8) (3 bifolia, 2 singletons)<note>Fol. 1 is thicker than the other leaves
										and the catchword does not fit the next page. Thus, it is a replacement for the original first leaf of this quire, 
										possibly taken from a different manuscript.</note></item> 
									<item>II: fols. 9-16 (9+16, 10+15, 11+14, 12+13) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
									<item>III: fols. 17-24 (17+24, 18+23, 19+22, 20+21) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
									<item>IV: fols. 25-32 (25+32, 26+31, 27+30, 28+29) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
									<item>V: fols. 33-40 (33+40, 34+39, 35+38, 36+37) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
									<item>VI: fols. 41-48 (41+48, 42+47, 43+46, 44+45) (4 bifolia) <note>This is an original quire.</note></item>
									<signatures>There are no quire signatures.</signatures>
									<catchwords>There are catchwords on fols. <locus>1v</locus>, <locus>8v</locus>, <locus>16v</locus>, <locus>24v</locus>, <locus>32v</locus> and <locus>40v</locus>.</catchwords> 
									<p>Fol. <locus>1</locus> is shorter than the other leaves, as the lower margin is cut off.
									It is a replacement for the original first leaf. <note>Since the first leaf shows the same holes from overcast stitches
									as the other leaves, it was presumably added relatively early on.</note></p>
									<p>There are holes from overcast stitches in the inner margins of all leaves. Some of the holes show red discolouration.</p>
									<p>The leaves show some stains and older repairs by means of coloured Japanese paper.</p>
									<p>The pages at the quire boundaries (except for fol. <locus>1r</locus>) are slightly dirtier and more discoloured than the rest.</p>
									<p>The leaves have been trimmed, causing some damage to the running titles.</p> 
									<p>Most edges are relatively clean, indicating a later trimming. However, towards the outer corner of the top, some edges show traces of red.
										<!-- The leaves were probably trimmed twice. After the first trimming they may have been coloured red, but were shorter at the fore-edge than at the spine. 
											As they were trimmed again, the 
									variation in height was corrected, leaving the red colour (and dirt) on the already shorter parts.--></p>
								<p>The leaves have been washed during restoration, which has caused the red foliation to fade.</p></condition> 
								<layout columns="1" writtenLines="28 29">
									<num type="wpl" atLeast="11" atMost="14"/>
									<dimensions type="written">
										<height unit="mm" atLeast="230" atMost="235"/>
										<width unit="mm" atLeast="130" atMost="135"/>
									<note>There are running titles.</note>
						<handDesc hands="1">									
							<handNote scribeRef="#JonErl001" scope="sole" script="mixed">The first leaf was written in Jón Erlendsson's hybrida script. From the second leaf on, most of 
							the text was written in his chancery script.</handNote> 
						<decoDesc><decoNote type="initial">On fol. <locus>1r</locus>, there is a plain first initial spanning 2 lines.
							Other initials within the text span 1-2 lines. Most initials in the text are emphasised by means of bold lines and sometimes additional hairlines and strokes. 
							Occasionally, the initials are decorated by means of floral ornaments.</decoNote> 
							<decoNote type="paratext">The rubric and first line of text are written slightly larger and somewhat more decoratively than the rest of the text.</decoNote>
							<decoNote type="paratext">The text ends in the shape of half a diamond.</decoNote>
						<additions><p>The second front flyleaf carries the same information as the AM-slip, though written by another scribe: 
						<q>Jómsvikinga Saga úr bók Þorbiargar Vikfussdóttur, frá S<ex>era</ex> Þorde Jons syne a Stadarstad.</q></p>
						<p>There is a scribal addition in the margin of fol. <locus>17v</locus>.</p>
						<p>A different hand has made additions and corrections to the text on fol. <locus>38r</locus>.</p></additions>
						<bindingDesc><binding><p>The manuscript is bound in a full parchment binding from <name type="person" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name>'s time, i.e. 
							<date notBefore="1690" notAfter="1730">ca. 1690-1730</date>.
						Parchment strips are laced through the spine fold and there are remnants of two stickers for the shelfmark and the running number on the spine. 
						The title of the text is written on the spine using brown ink.</p>
							<p>An <locus from="accMat01r" to="accMat01v">AM-slip</locus> 
							(<dimensions type="slip" unit="mm"><height>100</height><width>107</width></dimensions>)
							is glued onto the verso-side of the first front flyleaf.
							<name key="ArnMag001" type="person">Árni Magnússon</name> has written on it:
								<q>Jomsvikinga Saga ur bok Þorbiargar Vigfussdottur
								 fra S<ex>era</ex> Þorde Jonssyne a
							<p>The codicological unit was written in <origPlace key="IS">Iceland</origPlace>.
								Kålund dates it to the <origDate notBefore="1601" notAfter="1700">seventeenth century</origDate> 
								<bibl><ref target="KKKat">Katalog I</ref>, 
									<biblScope unit="page">11</biblScope></bibl>.</p>
							<p><name type="person" role="owner" key="ArnMag001">Árni Magnússon</name> received the codicological unit from
								<name type="person" role="owner" key="ThoJon007">Þórdur Jónsson</name>. Earlier, the codicological unit was in the
								the possession of a certain <name type="person" role="owner" key="ThoVig002">Þorbjörg Vigfússdóttir</name> (see AM-slip).</p>
 				   <listRelation period="t0">
 							<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM020013CU1" passive="#AM020013" n="1"/>
							<listRelation period="t1">
								<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM020013CU1" passive="#JO020013" n="1"/>
							</listRelation><listBibl><bibl>AM 456 fol.</bibl></listBibl> 
							<listRelation period="t2">
								<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM020013CU1" passive="#BS67" n="5h"/>
							<listRelation period="t3">
								<relation type="CRM" name="P46_forms_part_of" active="#AM020013CU1" passive="#Ms67a" n="5h"/>
			<change type="handrit"></change>
			<change when="2015" who="#BS">Adopted from handrit.is and adjusted according to own standards.</change> 
			<change when="2016" who="#BS">Checked.</change>


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