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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'.

usually alternating, and once blue. Calendar (fol. iiv): lines, headings and capitals in red apart from one line and one capital in blue. Fols iiir- viiiv: headings, initials, capitals and some entries in red, green and blue. Capitals sometimes filled

identifies the Latin script as Style-IV anglo-caroline minuscule (pp. 273-4). The initials to each of the verses are in green, blue and red. Psalm 7 begins with a larger red initial and is preceded by a red rubric. Two stamps

the left vertical bounding lines. In Quire 3, at fol. 17v, P of Petrus is blue (and at 18r), G of Gregorius is red. Light blue or red initials at the beginning of paragraphs and introducing the speakers Petrus and

Alexander (1978) , Lucas (1997) : Illuminated initials in green, red, blue and gold. Incipits and explicits; chapter numbers; names of authorities in red (sometimes silvered). Capitals in blue, red (sometimes silvered), and green, some flourished. Blind-tooled red/brown leather ca.

black. Titles in red rustic capitals. The red is usually metallic up to f. 156v. Initials are green, red or blue. Rebound in 1928. Marks of nails on ff. -7, 311-12 and a label with the title Homili~x00e6~ Saxon: 34

and a 90º horizontal stroke. Initials are metallic red, blue or green ( Ker , p. 76), and occur at pp. 1-110, often in a consistent sequence of green, red, blue. These large initials are offset. Rebound in tanned goatskin

are in green, blue or red (two shades), often decorated with foliate, geometric or interlace motifs in Late Anglo-Saxon style, with some elements of earlier Anglo-Saxon style ( Budny 1997 , p. 579). Red initials with blue linings are found

of the main text. Initials are coloured red, blue or green ( Ker 1957 , pp. 74-75). Usually every second initial is in red, while the intervening initials alternate between green and blue ( Graham 2003 , p. 44). This

first two letters ( B ) are in red, then the colour alternates in the order of red, green, red, blue. Chapter numbers are in red; mostly in metallic red. The table of contents is numbered incorrectly: chapter 1 is

red, green and blue is also used for initials. Colour is also used for punctuation, probably added by the miniator. Insertions and corrections are sometimes in red. Fols 62-139v, change of decorations with initials in red, blue and green. Red

linguistic alterations of the first four lines of Prognostics. s. xiii in Initials are alternately red, purple, green and blue.Blue initial D at p. 601, with ANGLICE in red. Red capitals at pp. 617 and 618. 20th-century binding. Rust

. However, on fol. 52r there are four cases of crossed ˥ representing and . s. xiii in Red and blue initials, with pen-ink decorations in the other colour. Cottonian table of contents on fol. 2. Brown leather binding. The

fol. 16r, h fol. 16v, m fol. 20r and e fol. 20r. In Part 3, red, purple, yellow, green and/or blue large capitals, and elaborated line fillers in red. A probably later hand signed the quires in the centre of

other annotations. There are double bounding lines in the inner margin. Initials and headers are done 'in red ink, with blue tracery' ( Pulsiano 1996 , p. 58). 252 34 252 70 252 72 See diagram. One hand wrote two

and finishes straight. insular f is high. Psalm divisions at fols 8r, 64r and fol. 117r have initials in green, blue and green. Initials to psalms are coloured with green, red and yellow ochre and yellow ochre isused most for

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