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a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

Text page. Probably the second of two volumes; the first volume is likely Modena, Bibl. Estense MS lat. 429 (α J.1.4) (see de la Mare 1984, p. 272).The scribe who copied this manuscript is known as the 'Omnium rerum'

Decorated initial 'P'(eripoltas). Probably the second of two volumes; the first volume is likely Modena, Bibl. Estense MS lat. 429 (α J.1.4) (see de la Mare 1984, p. 272).The scribe who copied this manuscript is known as the 'Omnium

Historiated initial 'L'(ucii), with a portrait of Lucullus, crowned with a garland, holding a book. Probably the second of two volumes; the first volume is likely Modena, Bibl. Estense MS lat. 429 (α J.1.4) (see de la Mare 1984,

Missal, Use of Rome Executed at Lisbon for the rectification of the services of the Portuguese Church, by order of John III King of Portugal (1521-1557), and completed after his death under the patronage of his wife, Queen Catherine, and

Missal, Use of Rome Executed at Lisbon for the rectification of the services of the Portuguese Church, by order of John III King of Portugal (1521-1557), and completed after his death under the patronage of his wife, Queen Catherine, and

Architectural frontispiece with an historiated initial, a portrait of Josephus, and the coat of arms and mottos of Aragon. The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in Rome. The miniaturist, Gaspare da Padova, also known as the Master

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