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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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papaver rubeum, or corn poppy plant; miniature of a peucedanum, or hog's fennel plant. This is the oldest copy of the Tractatus. Numerous miniatures of plants in colours, usually several on a page. Initials in red or blue, some with

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men with flails threshing corn in sheaves. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and quire signatures. 223 prefatory miniatures in colours, in tinted drawing, generally two

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of two men with flails threshing corn in sheaves. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and quire signatures. 223 prefatory miniatures in colours, in tinted drawing,

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'KL' and two medallions, of a man cutting corn, and of Virgo. Includes a calendar (ff. 9-14v) and litany (ff. 137-139). The calendar includes the erased name of Thomas of Canterbury in gold display script and a number of English

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a man flailing corn, in the calendar for August. Associated by Branner 1977 with the 'Corpus' Atelier (Corpus Iuris Civilis, Copenhagen Gl. Kgl. S ms. 393).Includes a calendar (ff. 1-6v) and litany with prayers (ff. 172v-179v).Guide letters, catchwords, and bifolium

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woman sleeping among sheaves of corn. Part I: the text and gloss written in Southern France, perhaps in Toulouse: lemmata underlined in yellow, with the decoration left unfinished.Catchwords and bifolium signatures; numerous corrections.Part II: the Calendarium illuminated and added on

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flying above a field of corn. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and quire signatures. 223 prefatory miniatures in colours, in tinted drawing, generally two per

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four partridges flying above a field of corn. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and quire signatures. 223 prefatory miniatures in colours, in tinted drawing, generally

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a man threshing corn, referring to the plunder of barns at Wingham. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering the years 1070-1253 (ff. 10-156v), probably

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drawing of a man threshing corn, referring to the plunder of barns at Wingham. Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering the years 1070-1253 (ff.

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Joshua (f. 106); ?Judah wrestling a lion, for Judges (f. 117v), Boaz addressing Ruth and a boy holding ears of corn or barley?, for Ruth (f. 130); Elkanah and Hannah praying at an altar, at I Samuel (f. 132v); David

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