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1 of the Polycraticus. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

inscription of John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, reading 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum', with extracts of notabilia from Robert Torigni's chronicle. Contains the first version of the Chronica of Robert

5 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

1 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

6 of the Metalogicon. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

beginning of the Policraticus. Contains three treatises by John of Salisbury (b. c. 1120, d. 1180), bishop of Chartres (1176-1180): the Policraticus, composed in c. 1159 (ff. 2-161), the Metalogicon (ff. 161-208v), and the Entheticus de dogmate philosophorum (ff. 210-219v).

of Hereford has been added at the end (ff. 258v-262): it is therefore possible that Thomas Trilleck was related to John de Trilleck, bishop of Hereford (1344-1360).William Reed, bishop of Chichester (1369-1385), given by him to the Collegiate church of

the beginning of the text (f. 3), a shelfmark, 'D. III. g. XII, an ownership inscription of John Lumley, and an offset of a miniature from leaf 2v. Includes Expositio in Regulam S. Benedicti of Smaragdus, abbot of St Mihiel

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

subsequently superseded by a 'second version', continued to 1182.John Pyk, schoolmaster of St Martin le Grand, London, sometimes confused with John Pike (fl. c. 1310, c. 1330), annalist: inscribed 'Iste liber constat Iohanni Pyke magistro scolarum sancti Martini magni Londoniarum',

Coloured initials. Includes Expositio in Regulam S. Benedicti of Smaragdus, abbot of St Mihiel (d. c. 830).The prefatory miniature of Dunstan (f. 2) is painted on a singleton and kept separately. Catchwords. Miniature in colours and gold of Dunstan,

Decorated initials 'C'(um turbas) and 'O'(bsculta), with foliate motifs, at the beginning of the preface and the text. Includes Expositio in Regulam S. Benedicti of Smaragdus, abbot of St Mihiel (d. c. 830).The prefatory miniature of Dunstan (f. 2)

flanked by Mary and John holding a book, with Henry the Lion and Matilda below holding scrolls, and personifications of the sun and moon above. This manuscript is 381, article 1. Article 2 (kept separately) contains the Sarum Breviary, imperfect,

flanked by Mary and John holding a book, with Henry the Lion and Matilda below holding scrolls, and personifications of the sun and moon above. This manuscript is 381, article 1. Article 2 (kept separately) contains the Sarum Breviary, imperfect,

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