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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Similitudines Anselmi, with table of chapters Former shelfmark (?) ‘L.N.9’, ‘N° 3’ (f. i verso) and ‘B’ (f. 66). ? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘Archbishop Anselm’s Similitudes, Compleat/Wrote about Anno Domini 1400

Aristotelem de situ Indiae; Epistolae Alexandri; Recapitulatio Inscribed 'Jo[h]n ap D[avi]d?', 16th century (f. 2).Philological notes in Latin, 16th/17th century (ff. 81-94v).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c.1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyd 155' (f. 5).John

Aristotelem de situ Indiae; Epistolae Alexandri; Recapitulatio Inscribed 'Jo[h]n ap D[avi]d?', 16th century (f. 2).Philological notes in Latin, 16th/17th century (ff. 81-94v).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c.1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyd 155' (f. 5).John

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. Drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to

of John, holding a manuscript, seated at a lecturn. Manuscripts with similar decorative programme include Berlin, Kupferstich-Kabinett, 78.A.3 (147) and Stuttgart, Landesbibliothek, Cod. Bibl. Pal. 21 from St Gereon, Cologne.A miniature of Christ in Majesty originally may have faced f.

Brander (b. 1719/20, d. 1787), merchant and antiquary: his sale, 8 February 1790, lot 1124, bought by Shaw for 10s. John Topham (b. 1746, d. 1803), antiquary, (bookplate with his arms and ‘John Topham Esq.’, f. 1v): his sale, 9

Brander (b. 1719/20, d. 1787), merchant and antiquary: his sale, 8 February 1790, lot 1124, bought by Shaw for 10s. John Topham (b. 1746, d. 1803), antiquary, (bookplate with his arms and ‘John Topham Esq.’, f. 1v): his sale, 9

of the abbot of St Albans in 1401 (ff. 1*, 91): see Thomson 1982, I, p. 92. John Beriman (?), 16th century: inscribed 'John ?Beriman owneth this boke' (f. 2*v).Added note, early 16th century (f. 90v). Edward Stillingfleet (b. 1635,

of the abbot of St Albans in 1401 (ff. 1*, 91): see Thomson 1982, I, p. 92. John Beriman (?), 16th century: inscribed 'John ?Beriman owneth this boke' (f. 2*v).Added note, early 16th century (f. 90v). Edward Stillingfleet (b. 1635,

of the abbot of St Albans in 1401 (ff. 1*, 91): see Thomson 1982, I, p. 92. John Beriman (?), 16th century: inscribed 'John ?Beriman owneth this boke' (f. 2*v).Added note, early 16th century (f. 90v). Edward Stillingfleet (b. 1635,

Detail of a decorated initial 'P'. Includes Ambrose, Commentary on Luke (ff. 2-105v), Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermones, attributed here to Anselm of Canterbury, imperfect (ff. 105-108), Honorius Augustodunensis, Gemme animae sive De divinis officiis (ff. 109-173v) and Tractatus de

Initial 'M' with penwork decoration in leaf patterns and capitals on coloured grounds. An addition in a later hand of the mid-12th century contains a narrative of the schism in the papacy, 1159, and the peace of Venice by

Text page. An addition in a later hand of the mid-12th century contains a narrative of the schism in the papacy, 1159, and the peace of Venice by which Pope Alexander III and the Emperor Frederick I were reconciled

Large initial 'V' with penwork decoration (incomplete). An addition in a later hand of the mid-12th century contains a narrative of the schism in the papacy, 1159, and the peace of Venice by which Pope Alexander III and the

on red or yellow backgrounds. Text in red, sometimes with a yellow wash. The Pauline and Catholic Epistles (except III John and Jude), and Revelation, imperfect Inscribed in runes 'Ego Iusueus Hac/si indignus diacon[us]/ [h]anc librum quem / ad opus

with interlace patterns within full-page rectangular frames of gold and red or colours at the beginning of Gospels, that for John on a purple background (ff. 15, 57, 86, 132). Initials and text entirely in gold. Numbers in red. Gospels,

foliate decoration. Initials in red. Acts of the Apostles, Catholic Epistles, Pauline Epistles, and Revelation, with tables and associated material John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company at Constantinople 1670-1676: his anagram: 'Luceo', 1677, Constantinople (f.

93v, 105v, 116v, 126v, 137v, 149v, 161v). Large plain initials in red or blue. Capitals marked in red. Opera (Works) John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703): his sale, conducted by Daniel Browne,

Detail of a historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) with Augustine in a bishop's mitre holding a bishop's staff and a heart The litany including saints Swithin, Dunstan, Edith, and Etheldreda.Watermark, f. 1, of a quartered coat of arms, similar to ~Monumenta

beginning of the secundo folio 'cum hoc opus' (f. 2); see ~Catalogi veteres~ 1838: information kindly supplied by Michael Gullick.? John Hancocke, unidentified, late 16th century?: his name (f. 2; see Wright 1972)? Ric. Robertz, unidentified, c. 1600: his note

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