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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

117, 117v, 118, 119v, 123, 125v, 132, 137, 166v). Large initials in red with dark blue or brown penwork patterned decoration, or 1 in blue with red penwork decoration (f. 135). Historia scholastica, Historia actuum apostolorum (ff. 166-191) David Swan,

169v, 182, 189, 210, 223v). Initials in gold on blue and red grounds with penwork decoration in white, at the beginning of chapters. Running titles and paraphs alternately in red or blue. Catchwords in decorated frames, sometimes with heads of

117, 117v, 118, 119v, 123, 125v, 132, 137, 166v). Large initials in red with dark blue or brown penwork patterned decoration, or 1 in blue with red penwork decoration (f. 135). Historia scholastica, Historia actuum apostolorum (ff. 166-191) David Swan,

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

of major text and gloss divisions. Initials in red with blue pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Paraphs in blue. Running titles and chapter numbers in red and blue. Display script with cadels and first letters of sentences highlighted

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.

litany. Large initials in gold on coloured grounds in red, and/or blue, and/or green, with flowers extending into the margins. Small initials and line-fillers in gold on red, blue or green grounds. Book of Hours, Use of Rome (the 'Hours

litany. Large initials in gold on coloured grounds in red, and/or blue, and/or green, with flowers extending into the margins. Small initials and line-fillers in gold on red, blue or green grounds. Book of Hours, Use of Rome (the 'Hours

sitting on the ground, holding the hem of his habit, with a pair of scissors lying nearby. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to

on the ground, holding the hem of his habit, with a pair of scissors lying nearby. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two

repainted miniature of Jean, duke of Berry receiving the book from the author, Honoré Bouvet, in a prior's habit with a blue hood, with a full border with Jean's arms, and a foliate initial 'A'( la sainte), at the beginning

armed with a sword and a shield and his black habit on the ground, facing an abbot. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le Palmer, being a general encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order.

of angels, medallions inhabited with saints, and ‘drôlerie’ of a Franciscan monk, dressed in the Order’s original grey hooded habit, climbing amongst the foliage. Italian cuttings. The present cuttings are boxed with Add. 60630, ff. 1-10 and 13- 42. To

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