Utrecht: Universiteitsbibliotheek (NL-Uu)
The Utrecht University Library grew out of the municipal library (Stadsbibliotheek) that came into existence through the confiscation of the books of the chapters during the Reformation. Obviously the canons were not very willing to hand over their books, and many of the books of the chapters reached the University Library only in the mid 19th century, years after the closing down of the Utrecht chapters in 1811.
For these manuscripts Tiele's catalogue numbers are used; the shelf numbers are given between brackets.
|NL-Uu 400, Pontificale, Utrecht|
|NL-Uu 401 (IV C 1), Missale, 14th century|
|NL-Uu 402 (V A 13), Missale, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 403 (part of the Zwolle Bible), Missale (not noted), Utrecht, Mariakerk, ca 1475|
|NL-Uu 404 (III K 1), Breviarum winter part, Utrecht, Mariakerk|
|NL-Uu 405 (III K 3), noted Missale, parish church of Lopik, ca 1460|
|NL-Uu 406 (III J 7), Antiphonale, Utrecht, Mariakerk, 2nd half 12th century|
|NL-Uu 407 (III J 6), Antiphonale, Utrecht, Mariakerk, 14th century|
|NL-Uu 408 (VI A 5), Antiphonale, Utrecht, Mariakerk, mid 15th century|
|NL-Uu 409 (III G 1), Antiphonale summer part, Utrecht, Mariakerk, late 15th or early 16th century|
|NL-Uu 410 (III K 2), Antiphonale summer part, Utrecht, Mariakerk , 2nd half 15th century|
|NL-Uu 411 (V A 8), Antiphonale summer part, Utrecht, Mariakerk, 2nd half of the 15th century|
|NL-Uu 412, Antiphonale, 15th century, in 1908 transferred to the KB Den Haag|
|NL-Uu 413 (III G 2), Graduale, Utrecht, Mariakerk, late 15th or early 16th century|
|NL-Uu 414 (V B 7), Graduale Recollectorum Tungrensium, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 415 (VI A 1), Graduale, Augustinessen diocese Luik|
|NL-Uu 416 (II F 4), Evangeliarium, Utrecht, Pieterskerk, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 417 (V C 19), Liber Sequentiarum, Utrecht, Mariakerk, 13th century|
|NL-Uu 418 (III J 5), Psalterium, Utrecht, Mariakerk, ca 1325-1350|
|NL-Uu 419 (V B 9), Triduum Sacrum & Dedicatio Ecclesiae, Utrecht, Mariakerk, late 13th century|
|NL-Uu 420 (V C 9), Lectiones epistolarum, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 421 (I L 13), Processionale, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 422 (II E 6), Ordo faciendum cathechumenum etc., 15th century|
|NL-Uu 423 (II E 7), Ordo ad sepeliendum presbyterum etc., 15th century|
|NL-Uu 424 (V C 5), Collectarius, Utrecht, Mariakerk, mid 12th century|
|NL-Uu 425 (II D 11), Breviarium (part) - Psalterium, 2nd half 15th century, Paulusabdij in Utrecht|
|NL-Uu 426 (V F 3), Breviarium, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 427 (II E 26), Breviarium, 2nd half 15th century|
|NL-Uu 428 (II D 15), Breviarium, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 429 (II D 16), Breviarium, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 430 (II D 17), Breviarium, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 431 (II D 6), Horae canonicae, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 432 (IV F 16), Obsequiale, Windesheim, 15th century|
|NL-Uu 1590, Oath book - Evangelistarium, Janskerk, Utrecht|
|NL-Uu 3 A 2, a 15th century missal of the Laurentiuskerk in Weesp|
|NL-Uu 15 C 10, psalterium breviarium birgittinarum, diocese Utrecht, 1495; CMD-NL 2, nr. 735a, pl. 601|
|NL-Uu 16 H 34, rapiarium, ca 1500|
Several liturgical fragments, mainly of Utrecht manuscripts, are preserved here.
The history of the library is described in: Grosheide e.a.: Vier eeuwen Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht, deel 1 (Utrecht 1986).
The manuscripts of this library are described in the catalogue of Tiele.
Many of the manuscripts are briefly described and depictured in K. van der Horst: Illuminated and Decorated Medieval Manuscripts ...
See also: Handschriften en Oude Drukken van de Utrechtse Universiteitsbibliotheek.
Of most of the liturgical manuscripts a more extant codicological description is made by students under supervision of G. Gerritsen-Geywitz and K. Vellekoop. These can be consulted in the Manuscript Room of the University Library.