This pair of leaves is from a liturgical book that contained the rites for the performance of Episcopal functions. Printed in red and black ink in two columns, the sheets contains music and one leaf is embellished with a hand colored woodblock illustration. This is a great example of early printing during the period of transition between manuscript and printing. Patriarch Luc Antonio, called The Coryphaeur, or leader of printers, founded the highly regarded printing house of Giunta in 1482. After his death in 1537, the business was carried on by his descendants in Italy, France, and Spain, well into the 17th century.