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Drawing of God over the circle of the world with two long trumpets issuing from his mouth (the breath of God), holding a scale, and the Holy Spirit over the waters, enclosed within a hemisphere, at the beginning of

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

Crucifixion, with Mary and John, and personifications of the sun (Sol) and moon (Luna). There is a close connection between this manuscript and others from Echternach (see Boeckler 1933, pp. 44-45), e.g. British Library Egerton 608, and Paris, BN, lat.

Detail of a drawing of God over the circle of the world with two long trumpets issuing from his mouth (the breath of God), holding a scale, and the Holy Spirit over the waters, enclosed within a hemisphere, at

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

Interlace initial 'D'(omino) with animal heads at the beginning of Bede's prologue to the life of Cuthbert, in the form of a letter written to Eadfrith, to whom he dedicated the work. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace

Title page for the first section of Bede's prose Life of Cuthbert with the title in capital letters, and a rectangular border. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ

Interlace initial 'P'(rincipium) with animal heads at the beginning of Bede's prose life of Cuthbert. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff.

Title page and interlace initial 'P'(rincipium) with animal heads and mask. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff. 43-44; 63-66v).St Cuthbert was

Coloured initials. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff. 43-44; 63-66v).St Cuthbert was a seventh-century, English Christian leader, renowned for his ascetic

Coloured and decorated initials. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff. 43-44; 63-66v).St Cuthbert was a seventh-century, English Christian leader, renowned for

Diagram. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff. 43-44; 63-66v).St Cuthbert was a seventh-century, English Christian leader, renowned for his ascetic practices

at the beginning of John. Sometimes referred to as the Eller Gospels. Canon tables with architectural frames in colours with birds or men holding weapons (ff. 4-9v). 4 full-page or very large initials in colours and gold, with interlace decoration

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

Initials with colour wash, surrounded by dots in Mark 14:61. One of a group of Southumbrian prayerbooks of the "Tiberius" group, the others being Harley 7653, and Cambridge, Cambridge University Library, MS Ll.1.10 (Book of Cerne). All, except Cerne,

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