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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)

Miniature of Dunstan as a bishop, writing a commentary of the Rule of Saint Benedict, with an inscription 'S[an]c[tu]s Dunstanus'. Includes Expositio in Regulam S. Benedicti of Smaragdus, abbot of St Mihiel (d. c. 830).The prefatory miniature of Dunstan

Detail of a decorated initial '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)

clasp, at the beginning of the preface to John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2798.A part of the annals that used to be part of the Arnstein Bible has been rediscovered at Darmstadt, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Ms. 4128.Decorated

with clasps at the beginning of 3 John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2798.A part of the annals that used to be part of the Arnstein Bible has been rediscovered at Darmstadt, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Ms. 4128.Decorated quire

bishop of Lincoln, repeating a former request sent by Hue de Val-Laumosnier, signed at Ockham, 8 March; a letter to John de Tingewyke, keeper of Whittlewood forest, written at Medborne, 9 March; a letter to Gautier de Beauchamp, 'seneschal', perhaps

bishop of Lincoln, repeating a former request sent by Hue de Val-Laumosnier, signed at Ockham, 8 March; a letter to John de Tingewyke, keeper of Whittlewood forest, written at Medborne, 9 March; a letter to Gautier de Beauchamp, 'seneschal', perhaps

Ownership inscriptions of John Theyer reading 'Liber Ioh[ann]is Theyer de Cowpers in Com. Civil. Glouc[ester]: 2º Iulii 1640', and of the Benedictine abbey of the Virgin and St. John the Evangelist, Reading, reading 'Hic est liber sancte Marie de Rading[ia].

Viscount Fauconberg (between 1718 and 1774: his heraldic book-plate (inside upper cover). John Jackson, 19th century: inscribed his name (1st flyleaf).Bought by the British Museum from Rev. John C. Jackson, 8 December 1866 (note on 1st flyleaf), using the Farnborough

Miniature of John the Baptist, John the Evangelist and two bishop saints. Includes a calendar (ff. 2-7v).According to Morgan (1982), illuminated by the artist close in style to Matthew Paris, who perhaps later illustrated two Apocalypses, Getty Museum, Ms. Ludwig

Detail of a miniature of John the Baptist and John the Evangelist. Includes a calendar (ff. 2-7v).According to Morgan (1982), illuminated by the artist close in style to Matthew Paris, who perhaps later illustrated two Apocalypses, Getty Museum, Ms. Ludwig

gloss, and with the name of John Stout in the lower margin. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue, with red and blue foliate decoration (f. 1). 2 large initials in red or blue, with red and blue foliate

and 4 of the ~Doctrinale~ and was also given to the monks of Gloucester College by John Whethamstede. Together, the books were produced for John Whethamstede at a cost of £6 13s 4d.On ff. 204-205v, a brief subject index has

in the upper register, and of the martyrdom of Amphibaldus in the lower register; and a miniature of John the Baptist with John the Evangelist in the upper register, and an Archbishop and an abbot or bishop in the lower

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

4).Henry Savile of Banke, Yorkshire (b. 1568, d. 1617), collector of manuscripts, probably acquired by him from John Nelton: shorthand inscription deciphered as 'John Netlton. Henry Savil' (ff. 4, 5v) (see Warner and Gilson 1921).The Old Royal Library (the English

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