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beginning of the Letters of John, with the beginnings of paragraphs marked in yellow and a 'q' in the margin, and a marginal marking of 'C1'. ff. 1, 2 and 94 are parchment flyleaves; ff. 2v and 94 have 12th-century

of yellow, pink, and brown, with penwork decoration (including of an animal head) at the beginning of Mark, Luke, and John (ff. 11, 34, 65). Small initials in brown. Gospel Book, imperfect, with glosses in Irish and Latin Attributed to

collat(us) a d(omi)no theoderico morelli' (f. 46v).The Augustinian priory of Val St.-Martin, Leuven (index Louvain): see the inscription cited above. John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703): his sale of his library conducted

Initial 'U'(num) with foliate and knotwork motifs. Table of contents in hand of scribe (ff. 1-2v). Quire marks. Guide script for rubricator preserved on f. 99v (written alongside outer margin).Some initials are probably unfinished, as they lack contour lines.

(including Johannes Eleemosynarius), Paradisus, and a book on visions, with a table of contents (ff. 1v-2v), imperfect at the end John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Harley on 22 June 1726(see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed by

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,

Text page of the beginning of Gregory the Great' 'De cura pastoral'.i The manuscript includes:Gregory the Great, De cura pastorali (ff. 1-97);Ambrose, Libellus de dignitate sacerdotali (ff. 97v-106);Ambrose, De Helia et ieiunio (ff. 106v-13);Augustine, 'Sermo ad episcopos' (ff. 132-134);The

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

15th-century: 'Young' and monogram 'I H' with effaced text (f. 29v). Inscribed several names, 16th-century: 'William Brome' (f. 3), 'Johannes', 'John & framyng', 'Richarde' (f. 4), 'Richardus Bowle' (ff. 8, 26v, 29), 'Thomas / Henry / William / Johannes /

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

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

Mary, Southwick, Hampshire, 13th century: ownership inscriptions (ff. 2v-3, 10v, 58v-59, 67, 69v, 84v-85, 161); borrowed from the priory by John Leland in c. 1533 (see discussion Carley 2001).Inscribed '95' (1st parchment flyleaf).Lord William Howard, 1589 (b. 1563, d. 1640),

(a fraction of their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Coloured initials John the Deacon (index: Johannis Levitae, Hymonides) England

Inhabited initial 'I'(acobi) with three dragons, a human head, and a devil's mask, at the beginning of Bede's commentary on the Epistle of James. Includes the Commentary on Catholic Epistles (ff. 4-86v) and the Commentary on Tobit (ff. 86v-95)

et caelestianos; miscellaneous works of Augustine; sermons attributed to Caesarius The Gilbertine priory of St. Mary, Sempringham (Lincolnshire), given by John of Glynton: inscribed, 'Lib[er] de domo de Semp[r]i[n]gh[a]m ex i[m]pet[ra]t[i]one Ioh[an]nis de Glynton / cano[n]ici d[ic]te dom[us] et si

Flyleaf with inscription confirming the deposit of the manuscript in the Roubery chest at Oxford. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated by the words 'in

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