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423Valentynyanus tholder / 4.29Valentinianus the yonger52Vecta an ylond144Venym of Alysaundre / 330Vaspasianus emperour4 / 10Vysyons of danyel / 3 / 1 / 2 / 3Vyrgyl maronen̄344Vitellus Cesar410Vitalianus pope / 516Vlyxes knyght / 225Vortigerus kyng.433Item of hym51Vortimerius his sone / 51Vterpendragon

Franconia126Fraunce / 127Frensshe kynges / 127Flaundres a lond /128Item of Flaundres62Flemynges160Flemynges cam in to Englond714Face of a man21Pharao kyng213Faunus kyng221Fables founden218Fable of pheton213Fable of wolues322Fabricius duke331Fames or honger48Faustina tempted415Fabian pope420Fedus or bargayne215Fenicia or fenices1 15 / 20Frederyk the fyrst

Stryf bytwene kynges of englond and of fraūce / 7 /44Syege of brwyck744Samaria a lond115Samaria & samaryt /234Saxonia a prouynce / 126Sclauia a prouince121Sardyn an ylond130Shrewsbury ā toune / 147Seuarn a Ryuer146Samuel a prophete / 227Saul kynge228Saluste historian334Slande /

Felde at brenkheth / vl̄27Gallia and galyardes Ilondes127Gactely·132Gagates a stone141Gallacia a lond118Galline or hennes chaungyng theyr kynde / 21Gayus Cesar47Galba Cesar44Galyeen415Gracianus funorius Gracian emperour / 430Glastenbury and his relyquyes523Gladius athelstani / 66Glaston abbot73Germanye and his nature126Item of germanye51Getulia a

made61Malmesbury yeuen68Maydens shorne as clerkes624Men slayn with myse / 73Met and mesur of therthe / 1.5Men clothed lyke wymmē / 1 / 33Men wonderly shapen / 22Medea goth fro her husbond221Men bicome birdes225Men bycome wolues225Mynstral bycometh an asse225Mesures and weyghtes

The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales icon

The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales

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And byg&#563;neth his tale 76/1</ctp>.<resp>LC</resp> Whilom þer was dwellyng at Oxenford A riche gnof þat gestes heeld to boorde And of his craft he was a Carpenter Wiþ him þer was dwellyng a pore scoler Had lerned art but

is evident on folio 39r. The capital has been decorated using a shyning blue.<resp>ODR</resp></notetxt></note><note><notetxt><ctp>1</ctp>There is a small pricking next L 1 of the prologue, which appears under the illumination and is visible from the verso of 39v.<resp>ODR</resp></notetxt></note> In al the

Incipit fabula Armigeri<note><notetxt><ctp>1</ctp>The ink in this folio is brown and becomes darker brown afterwards. NB an extra watermarked leafs was used here.<resp>ODR</resp></notetxt></note> At Sarray , in the lond of Tartarye There dwelled a kyng , that werred Russye Thorugh

Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain icon

Linguistic Geographies: The Gough Map of Great Britain

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Full Record: Scilly Isles County Cornwall Transcript Icon description island, off St Buryan Icons island Description Appearances entirely faded Etymology uncertain Translation Earlier editors Celly (OS 1935, Parsons) Early Maps Silly (Angliae Figura) Overwritten Attested spelling Sully Hy 1 Ol

Full Record: Dale County Pembrokeshire Transcript dale Icon description single building Icons building Description Appearances faded Etymology OE dael, ON dalr, 'valey' Translation Earlier editors Early Maps dale (Angliae Figura); dale (Totius Britanniae; single building) Overwritten no Attested spelling

faded Etymology OE haefer, 'goat' + ford, 'ford' Translation Earlier editors havford (Parsons) Early Maps Arforde (Angliae Figura); hau(er)ford (Totius Britanniae; two buildings, castle, walls with one gate) Overwritten yes (?) Attested spelling Haverford 1204 PbRec i. 1; Welsh Hwlffordd

P; among the 12th-century attestations there are 5 herst-forms, among the 13th-century attestations there are 11 hurst-forms, 4 herst-forms and 1 hirst-form, among the 14th-century attestations there are only hurst-forms, and among the 15th-century attestations there are 2 herst-forms, so

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The Middle English Dictionary

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a prep.(1) Unstressed var. of on & of in early ME.

filer n.(1) From filen (1). A file cutter. 1349 in G.Otto Handwerkernamen 78 Filer.

lightnere n. From lightnen v. (1). One who provides spiritual enlightenment. (a1382) WBible(1) Dc 369(1) Prov.29.13 The pore and the creaunsour metten togidere; of either the liȝtnere [L illuminator] is the Lord.

loinen v.(1) P.ppl. iloined . From loine n. (1). To carve (a sole). a1450 Terms Assoc.(1) Rwl D.328 604 A troyte gobonyd, a soyle y loynyde.

martilet n.(1) Cp. martinet n.(1). = martinet n. (1). (a1460) Vegetius(2) Pmb-C 243 2601 The martilet at scaling wont to calle is.

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British History Online

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Corrigenda Corrigenda. p. 11, 1. 39. For

Vatican Regesta 698 Vatican Regesta, Vol. DCXCVIII. 1 Bullarum Liber I . 1 Innocent VIII. On the back of the volume:

Addenda and Corrigenda Addenda and Corrigenda. Page 1, note 1, line 6, for neno read none.

Calvados Part 1 Part 1 LOWER NORMANDY [ Transcripts in D ' Anisy ' s

11 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 111 3 1 0 1 0 11 0 - 0 1 2 20 Tower 2 1 0 0 11 0 1 0 2 1 3 1

Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections icon

Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections

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Title: Horae B.V.M. ad usum Parisiensem Creator: Manuscript Name: Book of Hours Text lang: LAT Locus: fol. 1-246 Colophon: Explicit: Note: with full calendar (folios 1 -12). Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: Grant Creator: Manuscript Name: Grant Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 1 r Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: Breviary Creator: Manuscript Name: Breviary Text lang: LAT Locus: fol. 1-30 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: II Antiphonarium (fragment), Creator: Manuscript Name: II Antiphonarium (fragment), Text lang: LAT Locus: fols. 1 r - 6 v Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: Calendar Creator: Manuscript Name: Calendar Text lang: LAT Locus: f. 1-14 Colophon: Explicit: Note: Language assumed - not specified in USyd record Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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The Taxatio Database

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A1/11 p.1 (var.) Heading here as in LA 1, LF 91, CU 101 and PLIA2 1. LALIA1 1 and LALIA2 have simply: Prebende. No heading in BC 113, LALIA3 1, PLIA1 1, PC 17, CM 145v, OE 78v and OH

Decanatus Christianitatis Lincoln' 1 Lincolnshire Archives Office, Lincoln Dean and Chapter Muniments, A1/11 p.2

SUMMA TAXACIONIS BENEFICIORUM ISTIUS DECANATUS LSD426-1-0 £ 426. 1s. 0d. 639.075

£ 4. 3s. 4d. RECTORY OF MASTER CLEMENT (pat.) not known If appropriated No Full entry 1 Lincolnshire Archives Office, Lincoln Dean and Chapter Muniments, A1/11 p.202 £ 4. 3s. 4d. 6.25 1 No name is given for this 'rectory'.

(income unspecified or various) ROCHESTER, KENT, ARCHDEACON OF £ 10. 0s. 0d. If appropriated No Full entry 1 £ 10. 0s. 0d. 15 1 This item was listed before the deanery of Shoreham but was not attached to a particular

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 icon

Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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CP.E.241G Reference:CP.E.241G Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Appeals (tutorial appeal, sentence of excommunication) Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1374 — 1388 People & Places Participant: JohnStanton [de Stanton] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk

CP.F.352 Reference:CP.F.352 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Testamentary () Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1400 — 1499 People & Places Participant: EdwardProud [Proude] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Role: defendant Details: undefined; executor of

CP.F.1 Reference:CP.F.1 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:Breach of faith (debt) Details:3 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 25/10/1402 — 13/11/1402 People & Places Participant: GilbertWalker [Walkar] Role: plaintiff Details: male; citizen of York Location:

CP.E.10 Reference: CP.E.10 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Curia Ebor Case:undefined (benefice case or violation of church rights) Details:1 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1313 — 1320 People & Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined

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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Numerous space fillers in colours and gold. Fragments from Exodus (1:1-8:5) K. B. No. 1: inscribed (f. 1).Moses Wilhelm Shapira (b. 1830, d. 1884), a antiquities dealer of Jerusalem: purchased by the British Museum from him on 8 July 1882:

space fillers in colours and gold. Fragments from Exodus (1:1-8:5) K. B. No. 1: inscribed (f. 1).Moses Wilhelm Shapira (b. 1830, d. 1884), a antiquities dealer of Jerusalem: purchased by the British Museum from him on 8 July 1882: inscribed

Numerous space fillers in colours and gold. Fragments from Exodus (1:1-8:5) K. B. No. 1: inscribed (f. 1).Moses Wilhelm Shapira (b. 1830, d. 1884), a antiquities dealer of Jerusalem: purchased by the British Museum from him on 8 July 1882:

Numerous space fillers in colours and gold. Fragments from Exodus (1:1-8:5) K. B. No. 1: inscribed (f. 1).Moses Wilhelm Shapira (b. 1830, d. 1884), a antiquities dealer of Jerusalem: purchased by the British Museum from him on 8 July 1882:

and brown (ff. 2v, 3). Numerous space fillers in colours and gold. Fragments from Exodus (1:1-8:5) K. B. No. 1: inscribed (f. 1).Moses Wilhelm Shapira (b. 1830, d. 1884), a antiquities dealer of Jerusalem: purchased by the British Museum from

Late Medieval English Scribes icon

Late Medieval English Scribes

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Manuscript Description Cambridge, Trinity College MS R.15.18, Part 1 (941) MS Appellation: M. R. James catalogue 941 Title: Astrolabe Author: Chaucer Contents: Part 1 of an assembly of 6 astrological treatises and calendars. Language: English Date Range: 1450-1475 Scribal

green wash used) Scribal Hands: Gower Scribe III Material: Parchment No of Folios: 1 marbled and 2 paper flyleaves at front + 180 + 1 paper and 1 marbled leaves at back foliated 181 and 182 Pagination: Modern pencil in

Scribal Profile Hand D Current Manuscript: Oxford, Bodleian Library, Tanner 11 (SC 9831) Folios: Pages 164 (lines 1-27), 165-205 (line 4), 209 (line 3)-211 adghrswy

Manuscript Description London, British Library, MS Harley 45 Title: Speculum Vitae Contents: Prose Speculum Vitae Scribal Hands: Egerton 2863 Scribe No of Folios: 1-168

Consolation of Philosophy, ff78-175 Language: English and Latin Date Range: 1450-1475 Scribal Hands: Unknown Material: Paper No of Folios: 1 marbled, 1 new-ish paper flyleaf + 1-175 + 2 newer paper flyleaves + marbled paper attached to back. Note spine

Middle English Grammar Corpus icon

Middle English Grammar Corpus

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resoun wy3 a+mylde mod 1 line 1 line 1 line 1 line 1 line 5-6 words? a Cite Wy3 fol gret solempnete þe þriteenþe resoun is verement 3 words þe iuggement On a+friday wy3 drery mod 1 word honden and

deliuer ayayn to the said Roger or to his ayre until end of line from the beginning of the line, 1 word of lond with hor appurtenance in 1-2 words his de therof to the said until end of line

y e sam john wylfully & reklesly brake puttand yar Catell into y e felde3 be+nyghtertale & wich Catell 1 charytt 1 word john wylson y e son of john wylson f?or-sayd t ur ned out of y e felde3

tuk p ar te w t c. 1 word on y t p ar te and John n Salkeld & al at tuk p ar te : . w t hym c. 1 word y t other p ar te

County: Northumberland Code: L1104 MS reference: Gosforth, Northumberland Record Office, ZSW 1/150 Text: Accord Be it knawyn to all men yat J Edgar of heton Fully dischargis & relesis My sister dame Mar of scwynbourne of ye same

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British Literary Manuscripts Online

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Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 28,617 Source Library British Library, London Description Prologue, II, 513-end, f. 1; "Legenda Cleopatrye," II, 1-31, f. 2; Tisbe, II. 103-end, f. 3; "Legenda Didonis Cartagie Regine," 11. 1-180, 381-end, with

Number 24,192 Source Library British Library, London Description 11. AN epistle "of religious exortacioun" to a nun of how she should "growe in religious vertuously as a goostly tree," f. 1. 2 2. "A Lettre sent to a religious

images. Date(s) Author(s) [] Collection(s) Part One: Julius Manuscript Number Julius D. x Source Library British Library, London Description 11. Vita Roberti Betinensis (de Betun) Herefordensis Episcopi (ob. 1148.) 2. v. Anglia Sacra, i. xvi. Pr. in Angl. Sacra,

Collection(s) Part Five: Vespasian Manuscript Number Vespasianus E. XXII Source Library British Library, London Description 11. Registrum aliud chartarum abbatiæ de Burgo S. Petri. 1. 2 2. Taxationes ecclesiarum, pensionum, et portionum personarum ecclesiasticarum, in archidiaconatibus Oxon. Buckingham, Bedeford,

iv Source Library British Library, London Description 11. Annales a Bruto ad annum 1326. quibus multa inseruntur de electione et morte episcoporum Angliæ, et præsertim de controversiis priorum et episcoporum Ecclesiæ Dunelmensis. 1. 2 2. Placita inter Willielmum Wickewane

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550 icon

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550

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balances motif and an anvil. Foliation 1 Dimensions of Page and Writing Space Folio size: 205 x 140 mm Writing Space: 146 x 92 mm Collation 1 Layout 1 Rubrication/ Ordinatio 1 Illustration 1 Number of Scribal Hands 2: A:

Size:305 x 215 mm (approx.) Writing Space: Collation 1 8 -1 (wants 8), 2-5 8 , 6 8 -1 (wants 8), 7 8 , 8 8 -1 (wants 4), 9-14 8 Layout 1 column, 30 lines, frames and lines* Rubrication/

Support - Foliation - Dimensions of Page and Writing Space - Collation - Layout 1 column. Rubrication/ Ordinatio - Illustration - Number of Scribal Hands 1 Style of Hands - Estimated Date of Hands C15 Scribal Annotation Notable Dialect Features

180 x 125 mm (approx.) Collation ii + 2 fols + 1 (a modern replacement for a leaf removed for its illuminations) + quire 1 (a) 8 -1 (lacks 1), 2 (b)- 8 (h) 8 ; 9 (j) 8 -1

strips of paper. Number of Items 1 Title(s) of Pseudo-Bonaventuran Text(s) Mirror of the Blessed Life Incipit Colophon Secundo Folio Explicit Languages of the MS English with Latin marginal appartus. Detailed Description of Contents 1 item only. Estimated Date of

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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9, LATIN EPIGRAM Item 9, LATIN EPIGRAM: FOOTNOTE 1 In happy times, many friends are counted. / When good fortune disappears, there will be none Item 9, LATIN EPIGRAM: EXPLANATORY NOTE 1 Tempore felici. This text begins one-third down the

EPIGRAMS Item 11a, LATIN EPIGRAM: FOOTNOTE 1 O son of Assidus, son of Assidus, I say you will conquer the Romans (I say the Romans will conquer you) Item 11a, LATIN EPIGRAM: EXPLANATORY NOTE 1 O Asside, Asside dico te

feature that opens Passion 1 is actually a theatrical induction, a dramatic feature that most scholars consider an early modern innovation. The dialogue here between Satan and John the Baptist is a true induction because it: 1) introduces the characters

Revisited”; and Palmer’s conclusion in “Corpus Christi ‘Cycles’ in Yorkshire,” p. 228. 7 British Library MS. Cotton Vespasian D.VIII, fol. 1; N-Town Play, ed. Spector, pp. xiii–xvi, and especially the discussion of N-Town in Fletcher, “N-Town Plays.” See also the

Item 1, Saint Eustace: Introduction Return to Menu of TEAMS Texts Copyright Information for this edition Gerould, “Forerunners”; and A. Thompson, “Jaussian Expectation.” 5 As another family miscellany manuscript, Digby 86 offers useful comparisons to Ashmole 61, since it shares

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The Imagining History project

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AV-1419:B (2)/ unclassified (1) Matheson Number 138 Pages in Mathson, The Prose Brut 73, 77, 215, *223-24, 226, 228, *336 Date of production Late C15 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Prose Brut

work of a later scribe seemingly grafted onto an earlier book. Part 1 (Scribe A): 5 items Part 2, (scribe B): 7 items. Contents Part 1 (Scribe A): 1. Brut chronicle, fols 1-205r 2. The Siege of Jerusalem , fols

MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 2 Scribe A: fols 1-188v Scribe B: fols 188v-198 . Number of Leaves i + 198 fols, (flyleaf appears to be original according to the James description) Mis-en-page 1

2nd quarter C15 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut chronicle, fols 1-184. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves i(?) + 184 + i(?), flyleaves prob. later additions; final

in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle, fols 1r-133v, colophon: ‘Explicit liber chronicon Quod Ricardus Rede’. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves iv + 133 + iv? fols. the

The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220 icon

The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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Hand 1 Frank and Cameron 1973 Franzen 1998 , art. 16 Ker 1957 , art 17 Fols 64r/17-65v/14 64r/17 xxxuiiii Be ~x00f0~~x00e6~s halgan sun|nand~x00e6~ges gebede. LEOFAN MENN | understanda~x00f0~ georne eallsƿa eoƿ mycel | ~x00f0~earf is. English Hand 1 Franzen

to the descriptions in James 1900 , Wilcox 2000 and this description ( Wilcox 2000 , p. 16). 1 8+1 (fols 1-9, 1 added with stub visible after fol. 9), 2-10 8 (fols 10-81), 11 8 (fols 82-87, wants 2,

+ 1 + i + 296 + ii + 1 + i + 1 + xxii, foliated (i, ii), 1-241, 241*, 242-311, 313-28, 312, (329-30). Ff. 8, 10-328 were formerly paginated 1-642. Collation of ff. 7, 9-03, 306, 308: 1

texts, copied in s. xi 1 and xi med . Some items were added later in s. xi 2 (See, Ker 1957 , Art. 1-5.). Fols 1-3v: ~x00e6~lfric's Life of St. Swithun , fols 1, 2: 7 oferƿorht... ~x00fe~a sǽde

Invention of the Cross . Most of another leaf from the same manuscript and text is in Lawrence, Pryce C2. 1 . The text is otherwise known only in a 12 th -century copy in Bodley 343 . Interlinear glosses

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The Auchinleck Manuscript

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Scribe 1 Short couplets. Ends imperfect with only 24 lines (barely legible) remaining. Single letters remaining on the stub f.256ra suggest at least 29 lines lost. Apparently an attempt was made to erase the text. Edition: E. Kölbing, 'Kleine Publicationen

Scribe 1 6-line stanzas, rhyming aabccb. 42 lines. Begins imperfect. Edition: H. Varnhagen, 'Zu Mittelenglischen Gedichten', Anglia, 3 (1880): 275-292. ('VII: Noch Einmal zu den Sprüchen des Heiligen Bernhard': 291-292). Another edition: D. Laing, A Penni Worth of Witte, Abbotsford

Scribe 1 6-line stanzas, rhyming aabccb. 74 lines not including speaker labels. First line defective. Ends imperfect through the loss of five succeeding leaves. One other manuscript: Bodleian Library MS 1687 (Digby 86). S. W. Midlands. c.1275. Digby 86 also

Scribe 1 16-line stanzas, rhyming aaabcccbdddbeeeb. Markedly alliterative. 112 lines. Unique copy. Edition: C. Carleton-Brown, Religious Lyrics of the XIVth Century (Oxford: Clarendon, 1924). Second edition revised by G. V. Smithers (Oxford: Clarendon, 1952). Other editions: C. Bullock, 'The Enemies

Scribe 1 A paraphrase of Psalm 51 (Vulgate Psalm 50). Short couplets. 96 lines including a lacuna on f.280va, but excluding Latin headings. The oldest version of this text. For further discussion of later and related redactions see: J. J.

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Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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table of contents on p. 1 that begins, 'Here begynne the titles of the chapitles folewynge in the book of reformynge of manes soule'. See Bestul 2000; Underhill 1923. Codex Parchment Manuscript not examined. 1 flyleaf, 1-9 8 , 10

Scribal Scribe 1 is the same as Scribe 1 of Holkham Hall, Wells, Norfolk, Library of the Earl of Leicester, MS 668 (Lewis and McIntosh, 1982, pp. 54-5, 121-2) and Doyle notes that this scribe was also Scribe 1 of

4), i paper flyleaf with half an older flyleaf stuck over; 1 8 lacks 1-2, 8, 2 6 lacks 1, 3 12 lacks 1-2, 9-12, 4 ?6 lacks 1, 3-5, 5 12 lacks 3 and 9, 6 12 lacks 1-2,

separately on modern paper. No catchwords survive. 'From contents and watermarks apparently: 1 8 (wants 1); 2 8 ; 3 12 ; 4-5 10 ; 6 10 (wants 1); four leaves of uncertain structure, ff. 58r-61v. One leaf lost after

30v - bottom margin c. 1 cm wide border of foliate design in scribal ink. Not medieval. Size: 230 x 150 mm. iii (modern paper flyleaves) + 90 + iii (modern paper flyleaves). Ff. 1, 2, 88, 89, 90 are

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