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the beginning of the Gospel of John. According to Glunz, with marginal and interlinear glosses that were read in the cathedral school in Paris in the fourth decade of the 12th century.Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle and Late Twelfth-Century

beginning of the common prologue to the Gospel of John. According to Glunz, with marginal and interlinear glosses that were read in the cathedral school in Paris in the fourth decade of the 12th century.Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle

miniature of John the Baptist. The calendar is a pre-Sarum Winchester diocese secular calendar, according to Morgan 1981.The Psalter conforms to the standards of the Holy Sepulchre, and the office of the dead is the use of Bayeux, according to

miniature of John. The calendar is a pre-Sarum Winchester diocese secular calendar, according to Morgan 1981.The Psalter conforms to the standards of the Holy Sepulchre, and the office of the dead is the use of Bayeux, according to Dondi 2004

laudibus virginitatis; letter of Aldhelm to Ehfridus Added fragment of an ecclesiastical writ dated in 540, 16th century (f. 1). John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 1); listed

laudibus virginitatis; letter of Aldhelm to Ehfridus Added fragment of an ecclesiastical writ dated in 540, 16th century (f. 1). John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 1); listed

Text pages Initial in brown with penwork decoration (f. 82). End words with leaf decoration (ff. 82-84). Rubrics and chapter numbers in red. Small initials in brown, some with outline drawings of a face (f. 49v). Text in triangular

Text pages Initial in brown with penwork decoration (f. 82). End words with leaf decoration (ff. 82-84). Rubrics and chapter numbers in red. Small initials in brown, some with outline drawings of a face (f. 49v). Text in triangular

Text pages with triangular-shaped text. Initial in brown with penwork decoration (f. 82). End words with leaf decoration (ff. 82-84). Rubrics and chapter numbers in red. Small initials in brown, some with outline drawings of a face (f. 49v).

Text pages Initial in brown with penwork decoration (f. 82). End words with leaf decoration (ff. 82-84). Rubrics and chapter numbers in red. Small initials in brown, some with outline drawings of a face (f. 49v). Text in triangular

fratris Martini' 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).The Old Royal

fratris Martini' 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).The Old Royal

fratris Martini' 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).The Old Royal

fratris Martini' 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).The Old Royal

fratris Martini' 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).The Old Royal

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

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

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

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