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Europa Inventa: Early European Objects in Australasian Collections

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Title: 1 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 302v a - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: 2 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 303r b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: 3 John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 303r b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

Title: John Creator: Manuscript Name: Biblia Vulgata Text lang: LAT Locus: fol 267v b - Colophon: Explicit: Note: Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

the hospital of St Mary of Maydenebradlegh and the Prior and brethren serving there, by the predecessors of Edward I, John (23 May 1214) and Henry III (15 May 1227, 15 November 1228, 12 December 1267, 4 May 1235, undated

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Late Medieval English Scribes

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Manuscript Description London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 Scribal Hands: John Duxworth

Manuscript Description Europe, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale MS Latin 3436 Title: Dialogus Anselmi Scribal Hands: John Duxworth

Scribal Profile John Duxworth Profiles for this Scribe: Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Anglais 39 London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, MS Latin 3436 Current Manuscript: Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, MS Latin 3436 Folios: 1-230v adghrswy

Scribal Profile John Duxworth Profiles for this Scribe: Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Anglais 39 London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 Europe, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, MS Latin 3436 Current Manuscript: London, British Library, MS Sloane 148 adghrswy

Manuscript Description Cambridge, St John's College MS G. 19 (187) MS Appellation: M. R. James catalogue 187 Title: Festial, or Liber festivalis, Quatuor Sermones Author: John Mirk Contents: Festial, or Liber festivalis, Quatuor Sermones Scribal Hands: James Graye

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The Imagining History project

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missing due to torn leaf; catchwords: ‘and þan þe’, see Brie, 488:4-5. Contains John Page’s Poem as a continuation, separately rubricated as verse, fols. 124v-126v. Related Manuscripts John Nuton, the prior of Battle Abbey owned the manuscript; his ownership connects

quarter C15 References in LALME No entry in LALME Items in the MS 1 Contents Brut Chronicle, fols. 1r-202v, with John Page's poem The Siege of Rouen fols 189r-193v. Related Manuscripts N/A Number of Scribes 1 Number of Leaves i

preserve this much abbreviated text. Number of Scribes 8 main scribes with many other contributors: A: fols 1r-46r, 73r-113v, 126r-131v John Stow : fols 46v-63v C: fols. 64ra-65va D: fols 114r-125v E: fols 134r-141r F: fols 142r-165r G: fols 166r-176r

with the original book beginning at this point. Matheson Version CV-1377 with full continuation, stage 3; CV beyond 1419, including John Page's poem. (It is possible that scribe A also used a CV-1419 (Men) as his second exemplar. Matheson Number

fols. 1-158r 4. John of Bridlington’s Prophecy, penned in margins fols. 83v-86r, 102v-130r 5. Medical recipes, fol. ixr Related Manuscripts Several manuscripts are also linked to the name 'John Leche': "Other books owned by this and later John Leches are:

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Manuscripts of the West Midlands

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Shropshire (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin, 1986, vol. 1, p. 149). A fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Instructions for Parish Priests copied by John Holyns. ff. 1r-33v John Mirk Instructions for Parish Priests (IMEV 961 ) 'God seythe hymselfe as wretyn

Manuscript not consulted. Book written for John Dedwood of Chester c. 1470 (see Macaulay 1899-1902, p. clxiii). Dedwood's name and device, a piece of the trunk of a dead tree, appear on f. 1. John Dedwood is listed as Sheriff

Blandus', f. 127v; John lyenell : f. 1v - 'John lyenell'; John Russel : eighteenth century - f. 1v, 124v, 127v - 'John Russel'; John Pygyn eighteenth/nineteenth century - f. 1r, 1v, 2r, 127v - 'John pygyn'; John Legus :

218, LP 6960 (McIntosh, Samuels and Benskin 1986, vol. 4, p. 196). An early fifteenth-century copy of John Mirk's Festial . ff. 1r-32v John Mirk Festial (IPMEP 734 ) 'Ne dar þe noþyng drede'. 'grete peyne þu schalt childe bere

Instructions for Parish Priests by John Myrc: edited from Cotton MS. Claudius A. II , EETS, os, 31, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Tr ü bner. Peacock, E. ed. 1868. Instructions for Parish Priests by John Myrc , EETS, os, 31,

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The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220

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script. et comp. temp. Hen. 2di , he adds that the see of Kilfenora was held by Bernard Adams 1606-17, John Steere 1617-21, William Murray 1621-8, and James Heygate 1630-8 . Acquired by the British Museum along with the rest

fols 4*, 5* Homilies , s. xi 2 (?) Fragments of the homilies on 'Stephen' and 'The Assumption of St. John' from ~x00e6~lfric's First Series of Catholic Homilies , found in the binding of a cartulary. Parchment 260 151 224

left at the end. Unknown. Ker (1957, p. 457) observes: 'The manuscript was given to Stonyhurst College by the Rev. John Middlehurst, S. J. Previously it had been bought from a pedlar for 2 s . 6 d '. Short

Latin, fols 114v-15v, 147 ( Ker 1957 , pp. 47-48). Matthew: fols 2-45 v Mark: fols 46-71/12 Luke: fols 73-114 John: fols 116/147/15 The West-Saxon translation of the Gospels. See Ker for description Pr. Skeat 1871-87 (Referred to as Corp.

e GREGORIES se mid grecum crissostomas ys haten' Scribe 3 . Liuzza 1995 , p. 18. fols 135r-173r Gospel of John 'In principio erat erat uerbum' 'Her onginð þæt godspell þe Iohannes se godspellere ge ƿrat on pathmos þam eigtlande.'

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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that of the main scribe John Cok, although Cok signs his name at the end of the item. Item 5 : A short excerpt from Piers Plowman (C. 16. 182-201) possibly in the hand of John Cok, with a title

section from the Gospel of Nichodemus section is not found in Stonyhurst MS B.43 (the corresponding section is missing in John Rylands MS 895. "Now Ih es u for his muche my3t 3eue vs grace such e beleue to haue

Hartlebury. The natural reading of the ex libris is that John Hartylbury was a monk of the Benedictine Abbey of Pershore: if that is so, can he be the 'Dom. John Hartilbury, Cistercian of Dore' who was ordained at Whitborne

that this is also penned by John Morton; C15. Stub between fols 146-147: "Amen q uod noght" (repeated), beside "In mynd of my trespas I cry god marcy" (repeated); possibly in hand of John Morton; C15. Fol. 149v: "uno duo

Manchester, John Rylands Library MS Eng. 413 Described by: Ryan Perry. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , early-mid-C15? Condition A much damaged and fragmentary copy of the Mirror ; the first and

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