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i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

i* verso).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishiop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 2 (see Carley 2000).The Old Royal

Detail of a historiated initial 'E'(dwardus) with the coronation of a king by a bishop at the beginning of the Magna Carta. 2 pieces of parchment (possibly with erased inscriptions) are bound after f. [iii], and 2 after f.

Historiated initial 'E'(dwardus) with the coronation of a king by a bishop at the beginning of the Magna Carta; arms of England, Lancaster and Beauchamp in the borders. 2 pieces of parchment (possibly with erased inscriptions) are bound after

Full-page miniature of Christ and the four Evangelist symbols: eagle, angel, ox, and winged lion. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes:

Detail of a musician (possibly David) playing a harp, representing the first musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see

Detail of a musician playing a viol, representing the second musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see discussion Bell2001..2

Detail of a woman dancing, representing the fifth musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see discussion Bell2001..2 blank parchment

decoration (animal enclosing the word 'sceleratas' (f. 38v), foliate decoration (f. 46v)). Summa dictaminis (index Usus dictaminis)(ff. 1-35) and letters John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 28 August February 1724 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley

Puzzle initial 'C'(adit) with penwork decoration and 'j-border' extending along the text. Written in Norman French. For a more detailed list of contents, see ~Catalogue~ 1808.End missing.Catchwords. 2 large puzzle initials in blue and red with pen-flourishing in the

Illuminated initials 'N'(otandum), 'O'(mnes) and 'O'(sculetur) at the beginning of the Song of Songs. Erased inscription (f. 1).Catchwords.Marginal addition on f. 16v is possibly a note on payment.Early modern inscription on f. 172v numbers the quires of the manuscript,

Decorated initial 'M'(ultas). f. 74 is a palimpsest.ff. 50-75v are written by Sozomeno, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.ff. 84-99 have cuts in the parchment made by a sharp instrument.

Contents list in humanistic script. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff. 216-224);Willelmus de Rubruk (index William de Rubruque), Itinerarium ad partes orientalis (ff.

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