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Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections icon

Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections

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Condition: Deco desc: red rubrics; red underlining; caps gold, blue and red with white tracery. On the verso is a full border of floral sprays and whorls in green, red, blue, gold. One miniature (97 X 78mm.) depicting a saint

19c. pale blue brocade over boards Catchwords: Catchwords agree Collation: (10)1-2 (8)3 (9)4 (10)5-8 Composite: Condition: Deco desc: red rubrics; small caps alternately blue, with red penwork, red, with blue penwork; illuminated initials (20 x 15mm.) in gold, blue, red,

the recto side is one historiated initial, colouring blue, and white, with a ground of gold, and blue lozenges, while from the frame run vertical bars and ivy-leaf sprays (gold, white, blue, and washed-out pink) in the left-hand and lower

Condition: Edges trimmed and tinted yellow Deco desc: northern Italian: red rubrics; small caps blue with red penwork or red with blue penwork; initials in gold, blue, mauve, red, green and white from 11r. to the end; historiated initials in

cardboard and mounted Deco desc: Letter C (75 x 60 mm) depicting Christ with bifurcate beard and wearing a bluehabit and a red cloak bearing gold designs. His head has a halo. His right hand is raised as if

British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts icon

British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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full or partial borders (e.g., f. 5). Initials in blue with gold and blue, and red pen-flourishing. Running titles and chapter numbers alternately in red or blue with red and blue pen-flourishing and gold. Some rubrics and paraphs written in

full border in colours and gold, at the beginning of the text (f. 1). Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Paraphs in red or blue. Some catchwords in decorated frames. Commentary on Wisdom John of Lutton, written by him: his

181, 211, 232, 261, 297). Initials in gold on rose and blue grounds with penwork decoration in white, those at the beginning of chapters with foliate extensions. Line-fillers in blue and rose with penwork decoration in white. Facta et Dicta

52, 68v, 73v, 77v, 91,189, 192v). Large and small initials in plain red. Small initials in red with blue pen-flourishing or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Decorated catchwords. Canon medicinae Inscribed by 1362, 'Anno domini m^o^ ccc^o^ lxii^o^. 20 die

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British History Online

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524 Vatican Regesta. Vol. DXXIV. 1 Secrete . 1 Paul II. On the back of the volume, which is bound in red, unlike the Registers of Pius II, which are bound in blue, is a modern black leather label, with:

two cods ( copule ) of 'satyn velvet' of 'cremese' brocaded with gold, seven cods of blue ( azure ) 'damaske,' four of blue 'satyn,' and five of white 'satyn,' all brocaded with gold, in a galley of Stephen Cuntarini,

K in blue and the L' in red, followed by the name of the month with the opening letter in blue and the rest of the name in red (except April, June, August and September, which are all blue, and

successors humbly and faithfully without murmur or unbefitting contradiction, so long as he shall remain in secular habit or until he take the habit of religion ( dum tamen in seculari abitu vel abitum religionis per Dei graciam assumpserit ).

is sending to them, to be admitted and veiled without delay, to remain for ever under the order and regular habit of that house, and to cause her to be professed in the same as speedily as possible. The like

The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales icon

The Norman Blake Editions of The Canterbury Tales

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of the Millere Whan that the knyght , had thus his tale I told<note><notetxt><ctp>1</ctp>The blue of the illuminated letter is not the same of the blue of the paraph mark. This is evident on folio 39r. The capital has been

and al hir myght And by hir beddes heed , she made a Muwe And couered it , with veluettes blue In signe of trouthe , that is in wommen sene And al with oute , the Muwe is peynted

fyghte Lest that she wold hem with hir hondes sleen Or with hir meynye putten hem to flighte In kynges habit wenten hir sones two As heyres , of hir fadres regnes alle And hermanno and tymolao Hir names were

fantasyk And shortly turned , was al vp so doun Bothe habit , and eke disposicio&#363; Of hym , this wooful louyer Arcite What shuld I al day , of hys woo endite Whan he endured had , a ȝere

that she wolde , hem wt hir handes slen Or with hir meignee , putten hem to flighte In kynges habit , wente hir sones two As heires , of hir fadres regnes alle And Hermanno , and Thymalao Hir

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Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership

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fayrenesse of the childe ¶Me seyth that aboute this tyme hercules ouercome Antheus in wrastlyng Iosephus libro secūdo The ethyopes blue men warred vpon egypte & the dyuynours had answer that they sholde take a beder of hebrewes & vnnethe

he be had in litel reuerenceRewarde his wit yf it be worth the whyleFor vertu is hid vnder many an habit vileRebus et in sensu si non est quod fuit anteFac viuas contentus eo qd tempora prebentThis worldes welth ebbyng

With vertue and it from vices vnbindeCome nere my child therfore & haue in myndeSuche doctrine in thin hert to bere awey & lereAs to thy self here after shal be lef & dereInstrue preceptis aīm ne discere cessesNam

he be had in litel reuerenceRearde his wit yf it be worth the whileFor vertu is hid vnder many an habit vileRebus et in sensu si nō est quod fuit anteFac viuas cōtentus eo qd tempora prebentThis worldes welth ebbing

but rathir I lik to manyEngendrid of humour malencolykBeforn̄ in his cell fantastykAnd shortly turned was al vp so dounBothe habit and disposicion̄Of hym this woful louer dan arciteWhat sholde I of his wo alday enditeWhan he endured hadde a

The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse icon

The Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse

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that religiose persoones haue habit dyuers fro the habit of othere persoones not religiose. And if this be trewe, certis resonable and alloweable it is, that the habit of oon such religioun be dyuers fro the habit of an other

what is writen ie. Thimothe, ij e . c ., that wommen schulden haue couenable habit, where Poul seith thus: Also wommen in couenable habit with schamefastnes and sobirnes araiyng hem silf, not in writhen heris, or in gold, or

men dredy and just, þei diuerse fro þe puple, not in mynd, but in cloþ, not in lifing, but in habit only, in liknes, but not in e ffect, þei study to be seen gret, but not to be, þei

kinde and of Cristis sacramentis; to which man sett into monkhode, as Dynys there declarith, longith forto leue such seculer habit as he bifore werid, and forto be schorne other wise in his heed, and forto haue hiȝer consideratijf and

as suche religiouns now bifore ben proued to be, eny persoon schulde be licencid fro his cloister, or fro his habit vndir such as now is pretendid colour without sufficient proof of the same colour had at the vttrist, as

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The Taxatio Database

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of mind'. He noted that there was only a yew tree present on its site at the back of the Blue Bell at Pandy on the turnpike road. See ThomasStAsaph2 158. Its site is marked on the OS(CS) map as

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Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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angels either side. Christ's halo in bright orange and blue. Angels with blue wings and rose collars. Bar-frame of miniature in rose with pairs of blue and rose single leaves and blue balls. Monks in white habits. Text: 'O veronicle

(Doyle, 1987, pp. 11-12). One-line coloured (normally blue or red) or gold initials, which normally have contrasted and alternating penwork. Quires 32-36, and 41 have one-line gold initials with brown penwork and blue or orange paraphs. Quires 44-47 have violet

1r-10v - blue initial W with red pen-line flourishing. Alternate red and blue paraphs. Artist 2: ff. 11r-56v - eight-line gold initial S boxed in rose ground with blue infill with white decoration. Three-line blue initials. Two-line blue (aqua) initials

Three-line blue initials with red penwork extending into border. Red and blue paraphs. Item 4: four/five-line initial A in blue as before. Red and blue paraphs. Two-line blue initials with red penwork. Item 5: fourteen-line initial I in blue with

begins with a blue initial with the remainder in red. Item 10.2: Four-line blue initial C surrounded by red penwork box around. Rubric in red. Some words underlined in red. Red paraphs. Blue paraphs. Red and blue line fillers. Not

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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Reproduced with permission of The British Library a Usage: 'than'; straight-sided 'a' with horizontal cross-bar. Usage: 'names'; the scribe's characteristic habit of including an upper case 'A' in the middle of a word. Usage: 'And'; one of the scribe's upper

Usage: 'glotonye'; double compartment 'g' is used throughout. Usage: 'slepinge'; Usage: 'iuggede'; Usage: 'Grace'; he upper case graph. h Usage: 'habit'; h' sometimes has a slight angled foot at the base of the stem. Usage: 'hermite'; the limb descends in

end. y Usage: 'almighty'; the shape of 'y' is usually consistent. The length of tail may vary and D's usual habit is to dot the 'y' graph and to use a fine curved stroke above 'i'. In this manuscript the

only Page Size: 100 x 87 Frame: No discernible ruling. Paragraph Marks: Red and blue paraphs alternate. Flourished Initials: Blue lombard 3-line initial with red flourishing. Flourished Initials: Blue lombard 3-line initial with red flourishing. Further Information: Seymour I: 48.

by 3-line blue lombard initials with red flourishing. Smaller one-line blue initials with red flourishing--not alternating but always blue with red. Flourished Initials: Smaller divisions of text marked by 3-line blue lombard initials with red flourishing. Smaller one-line blue initials

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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the height of the minim, and wedged. descenders turn to the left. s. xii/xiii Large decorated initials, alternately red or blue with pen ornament of the other colour. The text is indented where the large initial appears, and approximately 1/5

with pen-ink decorations in blue and green. fol. 5v , two-line ornamental capital in red. fol. 7v , three-line ornamental capital in red. fol. 8r , two-line capital in blue. fol. 11v , three-line capital in blue. fol. 12r ,

well-separated, although the script is a little compressed, probably to save space rather than to respond to a particular scribal habit. a : Caroline form with a small lobe, which is always closed; in few instances the top is completely

(pp. 273-4). C1v The Psalm title and large initial are in red. A fragment of a blue initial is visible. C2v Initials in alternate blue, red and green. Kept in a small yellow envelope marked in pencil PEMBROKE in the

~x00f0~ is not used. ƿ is not used. descenders finish straight. Initials are in red, blue, green or metallic red. Rubrics are in red, blue, orange or green. A note on the pastedown says the manuscript was 'Bound April 1956'.

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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pricking visible throughout. Rubrication/ Ordinatio Initials: Ornate illuminated initials will be discussed in Decoration . Chapters generally begin with 4-line blue initials with red pen-work sprays and infilling (although the infilling and sprays are always in differing shades of red;

similarly signalled with a 3-line initial, blue with red flourishes. The Meditations begins with a 3-line initial, (originally gilt?) with purple pen work flourishes; subsequent initials at the top of sections are 2-line initials, blue with red-penwork; the first letter

set against alternating red and blue paraphs, with the note written in text ink, and underlined in red; on the opening leaf side notes in red ink (biblical citations) are in red set against blue paraphs. Alternating paraphs also subdivide

penned in red ink and marked with a blue paraph. Other: alternating red and blue paraph marks mark subdivisions in the text up until around chapter 8, from when alternating red and blue 1-line initials fulfil the same role; alternating

stints is that scribe B uses line-filling decoration; alternating red and blue paraph marks subdivide the text; sidenotes in red with blue paraph. The Gospel of Nicodemus has alternating blue and red paraphs, and has the names of saints underscored

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British Literary Manuscripts Online

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super Codice, ed. 1493. Initials alternately in red and green, blue being used for the few initials omitted by the original hand. There are two elaborate initials in red, blue and green, with foliage and zoomorphic ornament and a small

columns normally of 35 lines, for the last three gatherings normally of 41 lines; flourished initials, coloured in red and blue. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library, London; Series III: Medieval Age: c.1150-1500 Reel# Gale Document

dissolue the hernia carnosa," inserted in the 16th cent. Vellum; ff. 125. end of xivth cent. Initials in red and blue; the Latin passages underlined in red. A few lines lost by the mitilation of f. 9, and few words

9¾ in. X 7 in. First half of the xv. cent. A few coarso illuminated initials, others in red and blue. See, sol. " in þo bely." Belonged (f. 44) to "honricns Savyll," probably ilenry Savilo of Banko (v. Bibloigraphical

36 to 42 lines to a page. Beginning of the xvth cent. Headings in red, and initials in red and blue; a few initials in gold with slight ornamentation. On the margins are the following names (? of former owners):—Charles

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TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

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decrepit horse shake laughed; (t-note) formerly his habit Waving he began to go (see note) (t-note) [Even] if he were never so happy If he went once to his chamber; (t-note) that [habit] was well known newly consider broke down

constructed Such; earthly creature pillars stood far apart found Such on each stood outside examined there; (t-note) Thirteen men judgment habit they wore crowns [of their heads] were newly shorn; (see note) Their chief master went in front greeted Down;

from you sustenance on the Cross angel (see note) name coins command (see note) slay counted (see note) then burst blue (see note) He made a charter such that by made ready for [Fr.]; (see note) boon delay Before Then

rare but also because several individual carols rank high among all medieval verse of this type. Audelay displays a persistent habit of sequencing materials in generic and devotionally affective ways. His is a pious sensibility delicately honed by reverence for

whom a mass of bad habit presses down" (Augustine, On the Gospel of John 49.10.24 [PL 36.1756]). 312-13 "hu earmliche . . . i-lein longe," "how poorly he arises, who has lain long under the habit of sin." 313 Circumdederunt

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The Imagining History project

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text: 3-line capitals, prob. in red or blue ink, flourished (prob. in red or blue ink. Item 3: Generally 2-line capitals (prob. in red or blue ink), flourished (prob. in red or blue ink. Miniatures Miniatures Rubrication Item 1: headings

caps, infilled, red on blue background, with small pen-work flourishes into margin. Miniatures Miniatures Rubrication Chapter headings in red, not numbered, sometimes with spiral line markers in red or blue; paraphs in text in red or blue; running titles and

prob. in red or blue; paraphs and spiral line markers prob. in red or blue; Maltese cross at beginning of text, in margin, prob. in red or blue 2: Some entries prob. in red or blue; on fol. 8v a

prob. blue with red infilling and flourishes; thereon 2-line initials, prob. blue with red flourishes; 7-line sinuous 'I' executed in margin. Miniatures Miniatures Rubrication chapter headings and numbers, poss. in blue or red; paraphs in text, poss. in blue or

numbers (roman) in red; 'paragraph marks in blue with red flourishing or in gold with blue or brown flourishing; jigsaw or j-motifline fillers in red and blue, or gold and blue, or blue alone.' (Online decription in the Digital Scriptorium

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