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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts icon

British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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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

in a monk's habit, holding a martyr's palm, with a full foliate border with coat of arms. Leaves excised after ff. 9 (off-set from heraldic device on preceding unfoliated flyleaf), 132, 147, 151, 158, 184, 191 (off-set from heraldic device

154v, 192v). Initials, paraphs, and running titles in blue with red pen-flourishing, or in red with blue pen-flourishing. Line-fillers in red and blue. Marginal notes and catchwords in frames in red and blue. Le Songe du Vergier Charles V (b.

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

Manuscripts of the West Midlands icon

Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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(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

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

squiggles. Two-line blue initials with extending red penwork decorate the manuscript until f. 70v where there is also a change of ink but not a change of scribe. Later texts: eg. f. 71r three-line blue initial and blue paraphs, f.

blue and red initial with red pen-work decoration around the letter giving rise to a full border in blue and red. Red and blue paraphs. Two-line blue initials with red penwork extensions. Text 2 - title in red. Two-line

British Literary Manuscripts Online icon

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

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

are: Vellum; ff. ii. + 213. Middle of the xv. cent. Eight illuminated initials cut out; others in red and blue. Owners' names occur as follows; "Liber magistri Roberti Elphisten" and "Liber ... pertinet Roberti Elphinstone rectoris de Kyncarin (?)"

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