Calixtine

Calixtine

an Utraquist. See Utraquism.
See also: Protestantism
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It appears in the Calixtine Codex at the end of `Congaudeant catholic)' (f.
that can be deciphered with reasonable certainty', and except that the five fragmentary liturgical works from the former Chartres MS 109 (the latest of the Chartres fragments) are also included, it, too, deals solely with the Aquitanian and Calixtine repertories.
The author does not shrink from finding fault with other writers on such matters; yet he can point out the coincidence of accent and quantity at the end of each line of the Calixtine poem 'Jacobe sancte' without noticing that the whole piece (if one overlooks the unconventional scansion of the first word) is in Leonine hexameters.