Rosa medicinae. The Rosa medicinae was written by John Gaddesden while he was at Oxford, probably between 1302 and 1317. This copy is one of 13 known surviving manuscripts. Large and smaller initials in blue with red foliate pen-flourishing. Paraph
beginning of the Gospel of John. There is an offset of an illuminated initial on ff. v verso and 1. Plain red Initials. Decorated catchwords. Gospel of John, in the later Wycliffite version Rev. John Price (b. c.1694 d. 1751):
at the beginning of John of Wales Summa Iustitiae. Large initials in red, many with brown pen-flourishing. Paraphs in red. Highlighting of letters in red. Small marginal drawing in ink, most with red (e.g., ff. 63, 64, 71v). Summa Iustitiae
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,
Historiated initial 'I'(n principio) of John, at the beginning of John. First page probably missing: inscribed 'prima pagina deficit' (f. 1).Catchwords and instruction for running titles. Indication of 'pecia'?: inscribed 'XVII pecia' (f. 44).Numerous pointing hands (maniculae).Some margins incised (ff.
disciple'. Translation into French of the Elucidarius of Honorius Augustodunensis. French Meyer 1956, pp. 117-118. ff. 46v-51v Letter from Prester John to the emperor Frederic (Barbarossa) 'Prestre iohans par la grace de ihesu crist rois'. French ff. 52r-64r Robert Grosseteste