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dominus de Manchestre' [John, 4th baron De la Warr, (b. c.1345, d. 1398), his cousin], John de Waltham (d. 1395), bishop of Salisbury, John, lord Ross of Hamlake, Sir William de Skipwith (b. c.1320, d. before 1398), John de Ravensere,

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

with dark blue pen-flourishing. Chroniques de France ou de St Denis John(John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), duke of Normandy (1332-1350), and king of France as John II (1350-1364), probably made for him before his accession to the

book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as

beginning of book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to

partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him

the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as Henry V, in

1, with a partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and

1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John with the eagle 'Sir John Mandeville' England

1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Elijah, James and John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

(b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John the Baptist 'Sir John Mandeville' England

Wales (b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Prester John 'Sir John Mandeville' England

Vespasian') (ff. 40v-127) Added text, 15th century: excerpt from the 'Libro Bruti' (f. 127v).John Penyngton, 15th century: inscribed with 'Master John Penyngton schole master of Worcestur ys possessed of thys booke' (f. 2v).John Bland, 16th century: inscribed with his name

Vespasian') (ff. 40v-127) Added text, 15th century: excerpt from the 'Libro Bruti' (f. 127v).John Penyngton, 15th century: inscribed with 'Master John Penyngton schole master of Worcestur ys possessed of thys booke' (f. 2v).John Bland, 16th century: inscribed with his name

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