Kutna Hora’s Antiphonary21]. The knowledge of life and institutions of mining environment is an evidence for a close connection of the authors to Kutná Hora.
It counts among outstanding relics of Czech book painting. In this regard it is referred to in a number of publications [18,19] . By the level of its artwork it can be measured with the prominent European manuscripts of that time. The picture on the title page is an interesting evidence of mining techniques and ore processing in Kutná Hora (like illuminations in other sources)
The volume contains one-voice latin chants in rhombic choral notation
The ownership of the source might be hinted in some historical accounts: Literary brotherhood of some church ( Tall?) supposedly owned a richly illuminated gradual as early as 1471 . It may have been this very document.