With 17 years between them, the fashion designer found love with Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in November 2015.The style of illumination found here is closely related to two other psalters from Constance: Sigmaringen, Royal State Archives Ms. ) parchment tabs, created by cutting a strip of parchment from the margin and looping it back through a slit, mark important text divisions Foliation: i 135 Two sets of foliation: early pen foliation written in roman numerals in upper right corners of rectos and modern pencil foliation in the same location (followed here); front flyleaf early but not original, foliated (not structurally integral to the first quire) Formula: i, 1(2), 2-4(8), 5(10,-3,7), 6(8,-1), 7-11(8), 12(10,-3,7), 13-16(8), 17(10,-3,7), 18(4), 19(2) Catchwords: None Signatures: None Comments: Quires begin on fols. Licensed for use under Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Access Rights, 2(1), 4(2), 12(3), 20(4), 28(5), 36(6), 43(7), 51(8), 59(9), 67(10), 75(11), 83(12), 91(13), 99(14), 107(15), 115(16), 123(17), 131(18), 135(19); last folio of quire 18 tipped to the first folio of the quire later in the thirteenth century, at the same time that quire 19 was added The binding is not original. It is requested that copies of any published articles based on the information in this data set be sent to the curator of manuscripts, The Walters Art Museum, 600 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21201.
The couple split in 2008, then reunited and got engaged in 2010, only to part ways again later that year.
); spine lettered in an eighteenth-century script, reading "Psalterium Msc. cum canticis et symbolis" Made for use in the Diocese of Constance after 1224 (litany includes Conrad, bishop of Constance, canonized 1224, as well as other saints associated with Constance and Swiss and south German saints) Used by the church of St.
Mary of Strasbourg, fourteenth century (pastedowns from a thirteenth-century psalter litany including SS.
This Latin psalter was made in the second half of the thirteenth century for use in the Diocese of Constance, Germany.
By the fourteenth century, it was owned by the church of St. The long life and enthusiastic use of the manuscript is attested to by a multitude of added inscriptions, prayers, and antiphons with neumes, most dating to the fifteenth or sixteenth century.