One manuscript nominated for Medieval and Renaissance Women is this copy of the Rule of the Minorite Order of Sisters of St Clare, illuminated by Sibylla von Bondorff (Swabia, c. 1480): Add MS 15686, f. 32r
It was suggested by me: https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/140168
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One article from the new book “Authorizing Early Modern European Women”
“The ministry said in the city of Kharkiv, Russian forces shelled the Assumption Cathedral; parts of the Kharkiv National University of Arts; and dormitories of the Kharkiv State Academy of Culture. People had used the cathedral to seek refuge from the violence, the ministry said.
In Ivankov, near Kyiv, the museum of “world-famous artist Maria Pryimachenko, whose works were admired by Pablo Picasso” was also shelled. The Kyiv State Academy of Decorative Arts and Design has also been damaged by the “occupiers.””
Update: Here are my suggestions (all MS. Add.)
16950 – the great illuminated Seligenthal Graduale (OCist nuns) saec. XIII
11430 – the most important London MS. for the tradition of German religious women texts (saec. XVIII), only known copy of the letters of Heinrich von Nördlingen
15686 – this MS., illuminated by Sibilla von Bondorff (saec. XV), should be online like MS. Add. MS 15710 from the same book painter.
25089 – nice illuminated MS. (saec. XV), possibly the only known of a sister of a Nuremberg “Seelhaus”, see https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/140201
18311 – MS. with the provenance Dillingen dominican nuns (saec. XVI), see https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/140191
15102 – works of Hildegard von Bingen
only Add. MS. 25089 wasn’t digitized.