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Introducing the Hours of Étienne Thirion, hyperopic Receiver General of Montréal — Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis

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Fifty-two discoveries from the BiblioPhilly project, No. 15/52 Book of Hours for the Use of Rome (here identified as the Hours of Étienne Thirion), Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1945‑65‑14, fols. 25v–26r (end of the “Ave cuius conceptio” prayer and beginning of the Hours of the Virgin; owner kneeling in prayer before the Annunciation)…

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