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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

blue initials with red pen-work flourishes at beginning of chapters; chapter headings in red, are usually initiated with a 1-line blue initial, eg. " H ow marie was spoused to Joseph & ce t era " Alternating red and

by blue letters with red flourishing" (71). The Proheme begins with a 6-line initial divided or 'parted' initial (red and blue), fol. 2v, and 4-line initial divided initial opens Dei Lune on fol. 4v, each parted red and blue; 3-line

3 line initials, blue with red pen-work flourishes. Running titles in red, recto and verso with chapter number beside When a new chapter is beginning the chapter is marked in red in the margin. Alternating red and blue paraph marks

ink (recto and verso) marked by alternately a blue paraph with red flourishes or gold paraph with blue ornament; chapter titles in red, usually accompanied by a paraph, and with gold and blue j-motif line-filler decoration if needed; Latin words

fol. 1 with 6-line initial, blue with red pen-work decoration, generally 2-line initials (also blue with red). Titles, headings, Rubrics: Running titles (the day of the week, eg. ‘Die Lune’) in red set against a blue paraph (recto and verso);

frames only, sometimes with extra lines for uppermost and lowermost lines, signs of pricking. Rubrication/ Ordinatio Initials: 2 or 3-line, blue capitals, with pen-work infilling and flourishing in red, "sometimes with distinctive forms (e.g. ff. 29v, 52v, 60v)" (DUL description).

8 , 8 8 -1 (wants 4), 9-14 8 Layout 1 column, 30 lines, frames and lines* Rubrication/ Ordinatio Initials: Blue initials with red pen-work flourishes. Titles, Headings, Rubrics: Other: Illustration - Number of Scribal Hands 1 Style of Hands

visible. Rubrication/ Ordinatio Initials: At the main hebdomadal divisions 2-line champ initials, gold on a blue-and-pink ground; 2-line chapter initials, blue with red penwork flourishing. Titles, Headings, Rubrics: Running headers on recto until 'Treatise on the Sacrament' (where there are

Running headers, section and chapter, each set against alternating blue and red paraphs; chapter headings in red with chapter number inset; direct speech, Latin, names etc, underlined in red; alternating blue and red paraphs throughout the text. Other: Illustration A

headings preserved; direct citation from Biblical characters (eg. 77:4-5, 6-7 etc.) in red. Side-notes in red with paraphs, poss. alternating blue and gold? Other: - Illustration - Number of Scribal Hands 1 Style of Hands A good quality script, but

in red set against a blue paraph; running titles discontinue after the Mirror (the 'Treatise on the Sacrament' has the same header as the Sunday section. Chapter headings in red with first letter in blue ink; no chapter numbers. Side

opens with a blue 3-line initial with red pen-work flourishes; chapter 1 begins with a 3-line initial and thereon chapters initials, even those that coincide with the beginning of a new hebdomadal section, are 2-line capitals, blue with red flourishes,

Rubrics: Running headers, on the verso side they run: chapter number, day, and section number; set against alternate gold and blue paraphs and in the reverse order on the recto side (although for much of the first 3 quires only

stems of the letters; chapter headings generally marked by 2-line initials, blue, with red pen-work flourishes. Titles, Headings, Rubrics: Running headers in red, recto and verso, marked by blue paraph , eg. ' ¶ Die lune ' and ireregularly with

“Die lune Other: Subsections marked with alternating blue and gold paraphs, decorated as above, although never with violet; line fillers are often used at the ends or beginnings of chapters, j-motif gold over blue. Illustration There were good quality bar

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