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    pen-flourishing in red. Paraphs in red or blue. Underlining in red. Commentaries on the Gospels of Matthew (f. 1) and John (f. 81), the Apocalypse (f. 173) and the Catholic Epistles (f. 187) Master William Pykenham (d. 1497), Archdeacon of

    Decorated initial 'T'(enetis) with pen-flourishing at the beginning of the twenty-seventh sermon. Quire signatures in the form of Roman numerals at the end of each quire except for the first. 1 framed zoomorphic initial in gold and colours with

    Framed zoomorphic initial 'V'(obis) with display script at the beginning of the first sermon. Quire signatures in the form of Roman numerals at the end of each quire except for the first. 1 framed zoomorphic initial in gold and

    Large initial 'P'(utamus) with pen-flourishing at the beginning of the seventeenth sermon. Quire signatures in the form of Roman numerals at the end of each quire except for the first. 1 framed zoomorphic initial in gold and colours with

    Large puzzle initial 'F'(ulcite) with pen-flourished partial border at the beginning of the fifty-first sermon. Quire signatures in the form of Roman numerals at the end of each quire except for the first. 1 framed zoomorphic initial in gold

    Framed initial 'A'(spiciebam) from Daniel 7:2 with zoomorphic, foliate and spiral decoration and extension. Contains 81 sermons by various authors including Peter Lombard, Peter Comestor, Geoffrey Babion, Odo of Soissons and some by unknown authors.Maniculae in margins. Catchwords at

    Initial 'H'(abemus) with penwork decoration. Contains 81 sermons by various authors including Peter Lombard, Peter Comestor, Geoffrey Babion, Odo of Soissons and some by unknown authors.Maniculae in margins. Catchwords at the end of each quire.Only one rubric completed in

    Puzzle initial 'V'(idi) with pen-flourishing in foliate patterns. Contains 81 sermons by various authors including Peter Lombard, Peter Comestor, Geoffrey Babion, Odo of Soissons and some by unknown authors.Maniculae in margins. Catchwords at the end of each quire.Only one

    Text page with initial 'P'(ROVIDE) with penwork decoration at the beginning of the edict of King Alaric. Cassiodorus Senator (c.490-583) was a Roman statesman and writer, who, after retiring, became a monk at the monastery of Vivarium, which he

    Text page with 'P'(lerumque) with penwork decoration. Cassiodorus Senator (c.490-583) was a Roman statesman and writer, who, after retiring, became a monk at the monastery of Vivarium, which he founded on his own land, in emulation of the monastery

    Text page with initial 'Q'(ui) with penwork decoration. Cassiodorus Senator (c.490-583) was a Roman statesman and writer, who, after retiring, became a monk at the monastery of Vivarium, which he founded on his own land, in emulation of the

    Text page with quire number in arabic numerals written backwards: '610' for 16. Cassiodorus Senator (c.490-583) was a Roman statesman and writer, who, after retiring, became a monk at the monastery of Vivarium, which he founded on his own

    Text page with puzzle initial 'P'(ropositi) with penwork decoration and rubric added in a later cursive script . Cassiodorus Senator (c.490-583) was a Roman statesman and writer, who, after retiring, became a monk at the monastery of Vivarium, which

    Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Animals John of Salisbury England

    (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Decorated initial John of Salisbury England

    (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Decorated initials John of Salisbury England

    (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Decorated initials John of Salisbury England

    Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Scribe at work John of Salisbury England

    Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8656; red seal of a ship (unfoliated parchment folio after f. [i]).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Woman John of Salisbury England

    Detail of a decorated initial 'D'(ixim). 2 historiated initials in colours (ff. 1, 2). Small simple initials in red, green, or blue. Epistola de vita S. Dunstani; Life of St Dunstan The Benedictine cathedral priory of Christ Church, Canterbury

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