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and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

and included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 5v (see Carley 2000).Richard Philyp, perhaps

Historiated initial 'P'(ost) with an eagle holding a book (the symbol of John?), at the beginning of part 6. This manuscript is the second volume of a two-volume copy, containing Job and the 'Moralia in Job' of Gregory the

393) (f. 84v);Pseudo-Augustine, Sermo de oratione dominica (serm. 58) (f. 84v) (all texts are attributed to Augustine in the manuscript); John of Damascus trad. by Burgundio of Pisa, De fide orthodoxa (ff. 85-107v); Thomas Gallus, 'Extractio' (attributed here to Dionysius

Initial 'A'(udiens) with foliate decoration. According to a mid-12th-century catalogue of Durham priory library, originally this manuscript was bound together with another tract, entitled 'Descripcione regnorum diversorum in Anglia antiquitus': see ~Catalogi veteres~ 1838; Harrison 2004.The manuscript also includes

Decorated initial 'L'(ecturus) at the beginning of the book 1 of the De Trinitate of Augstine. According to the unpublished notes of Michael Gullick, the scribe also wrote Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 332, ff. 41-90, Cambridge, Trinity College O.2.24,

Decorated initial 'N'(emini) at the beginning of book 11. According to the unpublished notes of Michael Gullick, the scribe also wrote Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 332, ff. 41-90, Cambridge, Trinity College O.2.24, ff. 133-end, Royal 5 B X, ff.

Ownership inscription of Reynold Goldston. According to the unpublished notes of Michael Gullick, the scribe also wrote Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 332, ff. 41-90, Cambridge, Trinity College O.2.24, ff. 133-end, Royal 5 B X, ff. 1-61v, 5 D IX,

Detail of historiated initial 'D'(ixim[us]) of Dunstan, seated at a forge, pinching the devil's nose with a pair of tongs. Nero C. vii (ff. 29-79), Harley 315 (ff. 1-39), and Harley 624 (ff. 84-143) are fragments of one volume.

Historiated initial 'D'(ixim[us]) of Dunstan, seated at a forge, pinching the devil's nose with a pair of tongs. Nero C. vii (ff. 29-79), Harley 315 (ff. 1-39), and Harley 624 (ff. 84-143) are fragments of one volume. According to

Detail of decorated initial 'D'(efuncto) at the beginning of Book II of Eadmer's Life of Anselm of Canterbury. Nero C. vii (ff. 29-79), Harley 315 (ff. 1-39), and Harley 624 (ff. 84-143) are fragments of one volume. According to

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