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rubrics in display uncial capitals in red. Initials occasionally highlighted in red. Homilies on the Evangelists, books 1 and 2 John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 13 February 1723/4 (Wright and Wright 1966; Wright 1972; Wright

(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

notation.Ruled in black ink.Marginal annotations. 1 full-page miniature in colours and gold of the Crucifixion with the Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist, with a full border inhabited by birds and flowers, and, in the lower margin, a jewelled cross

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),

Detail of an 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'

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)

Diagram of the division of philosophy. Includes:'Liber de philosophia Salomonis' (ff. 3-9v);An extract from Isidore, Etymologiae, book 1, chapter 27, beginning 'Ortographia Grece recta scriptura interpretatur Latine' (ff. 10-11v);Fulgentius Mythographus, Expositio sermonum antiquorum (Liber de Abstrusis Sermonibus) (ff.11v-18v);An incomplete

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

curtain covering the initial (f. 15). 7 full-page miniatures in colours and gold within rectangular frames, of Peter, Paul, James, John, Isaiah, the Tree of Jesse, the Women at the Sepulchre, Maurice, and Michael and two other angels fighting dragons

curtain covering the initial (f. 15). 7 full-page miniatures in colours and gold within rectangular frames, of Peter, Paul, James, John, Isaiah, the Tree of Jesse, the Women at the Sepulchre, Maurice, and Michael and two other angels fighting dragons

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

Decorated initial 'O'(mnis) with a hybrid creature holding an axe. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated by the words 'in Greco album' or 'Alb[um] in

Decorated initial 'D'(ictum) with foliate decoration and pen flourishing with a peacock perched on top. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated by the words 'in

Historiated initial 'C'(onsideratio) with adjoining image of monks instructing pupils with a lion atop the frame and foliate decoration. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated

Decorated initial 'N'(ecesse) with pen-flourishing in foliate patterns with a parrot perched on top of the ascender. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated by the

Initial 'I'(nitium) with foliate decoration including an animal head and a bird perched at the bottom. The text and the commentary of Averroes (Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd) are written in alternate paragraphs and often separated by the words

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

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