The facsimile edition of the Rotolo Salernitano dell'Exultet (1225-1227) is an exceptional work of art that showcases the artistic care bestowed upon every page of this signed and numbered copy.
|In a good state of conservation
Produced by the Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato in 1993, this copy, numbered 204 out of 1,000, is a treasure for enthusiasts of medieval history and liturgy.
The Rotolo Salernitano dell'Exultet is a parchment liturgical scroll containing the Exultet, a hymn of praise sung during the Easter Vigil. This facsimile allows us to delve into the splendor of medieval art and calligraphic writing, and to admire the beauty of ornamental details and Gothic script.
The language used in this work is Latin, transporting us back to the time of its creation. Each page has been meticulously reproduced to capture the essence and historical value of this precious manuscript.
The artistic quality of this facsimile copy is remarkable. The engraving and presentation of the copy highlight its aesthetic value, making it a unique piece for collectors and enthusiasts of religious history.
The Rotolo Salernitano dell'Exultet is a precious treasure that immerses us in the cultural and spiritual richness of the Middle Ages. This signed and numbered edition ensures its authenticity and provides a unique opportunity to appreciate and preserve this work of art for future generations.
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