Having dealt in the previous post with the inventories drawn up at Beauvais in the 15th century, we can look now at a couple of points raised by them.
|BnF, ms. lat. 8885, fol.236r [Source]|
"Maiestatem tuam domine suppliciter exoramus ut sicut ecclesiae tuae beatus Andreas apostolus exstitit praedicator et rector ..."
|BnF, ms. lat. 8885, fol.355r [Source]|
We can also learn from the inventories where the Missal was kept in the 15th century. The version drawn up in 1472 begins with items "en la haulte chambre du tresor":
As far as I have been able to ascertain, the chamber was above one of the two westernmost rooms marked "XV" on the lower left of this plan:
I have only been able to find two small photos online purporting to show the interior and exterior of the trésor; the exterior view certainly seems to show a lower and an upper chamber: