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3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

3 sketches in pencil and purple ink for large initials with foliate decoration at the beginning of Luke and of John (ff. 111v, 112, 172). Large and small simple initials in red or brown. Running headings in red. The Four

Angliae et Hiberniae~, 3 vols. (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 7888).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Text page John of Damascus, translated by Burgundio of Pisa England

da Forlì, chancellor of Pistoia (ff. 1, 135), and Franciscus Luce; 15th-century pressmark 'E.V.' (ff. 133, 191v; see Wright 1972). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 22 June 1726 (Wright and Wright 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley

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