Facsimiles are found in Hesbert (1954): Hesbert’s plates LXXVI-VII are fol. 67v-68r from the office of Philibert and plates LXXVIII-IX are fol. 121v-122r from the office of Cecilia. Hesbert places the antiphoner in Jumièges and the manuscript contains a number of saints which support this provenance. These include Hugh (archbishop of Rouen and abbot of Jumièges, 7th-8th century), Constantine (bishop of Beauvais and monk of Jumièges, 7th century), Philibert (founder of Jumièges, 7th century), Ouen (bishop of Rouen, 7th century), and Aycadre (Philibert's successor as abbot). All chants not found in CAO have been assigned an arbitrary number prefixed by "jum"; the differentiae are labelled with a letter-number combination (the letter indicates the final pitch of the differentia, and the number is arbitrarily assigned).
- Hesbert, René Jean. Les Manuscrits Musicaux de Jumièges. Vol. 2, Monumenta Musicae Sacrae. Mâcon: Protat Frères, 1954.