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Calendar of saints. A medieval manuscript fragment of Finnish origin, about 1340-1360. Has been used by the Dominican convent of Turku, Finland. The page shows June, for example the summer mass for St. Henry of Finland can be seen.

Source: Helsinki University Library


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current11:09, 17 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 11:09, 17 November 2005564 × 736 (220 KB)TomistiCalendar of saints. Finnish origin, about 1340-1360, used by the dominican convent of Turku, Finland. The page shows June, for example the summer mass for St. Henry of Finland can be seen. Source: [http://www-db.helsinki.fi/cgi-bin/thw/?${APPL}=memoria&$
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