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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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marginal scenes, isolated human figures, animals and hybrids. Initials in gold with blue pen-flourishing. Genealogical chronicle of the English Kings John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c .1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: probably to be identified with a roll

marginal scenes, isolated human figures, animals and hybrids. Initials in gold with blue pen-flourishing. Genealogical chronicle of the English Kings John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c .1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: probably to be identified with a roll

1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre,

Text page. Rubric and numbers in red (f. 1v-2v). Numbers in red. Rubrics in uncial. Letters The Benedictine abbey of Saint-Vaast, Arras (?), France (according to Steigmann and Wemhoff 1999).Charter in a 10th-century hand whereby Megenhardus conveys land at

1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre,

'Chr' Towneley' ( f. 1). Richard Towneley, in 1702: his book-plate with the date (f. 2v); inscriptions 'T.283' (f. 3). John Hirst of Ladcastle, Dobcross, purchased at his sale at Sotheby's 14 December 1887 by the British Museum, using the

1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre,

1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre,

1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre,

characters alternately red or blue. Bible with prologues Unidentified English owner: with numerous annotations, second half of the 15th century.Inscription: 'John', 18th century? (f. 153).Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of

characters alternately red or blue. Bible with prologues Unidentified English owner: with numerous annotations, second half of the 15th century.Inscription: 'John', 18th century? (f. 153).Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of

by the British Museum as part of Burney’s library from his son Charles Parr Burney in 1818. Flourished initials, and a marginal drawing of a fishing rod John of Damascus (translated by Burgundio of Pisa) England, Central England, Central? (Oxford?)

on a green cross flanked by Mary and John. 1 large miniature, in colours and gold (f. 166v). Large initials in red with blue (foliate) pen-flourishing or in blue with red (foliate) pen-flourishing. Line-fillers decorated in red and blue. Registrum

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

'B'(eatus) with John the Evangelist, at the beginning of De Johannis evangelio. The authorship is uncertain. The manuscript ascribes the first text to Petrus Comestor. 2 large historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 3v, 98). 2 large decorated initials,

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

initials and paraph marks in plain red, blue (or green). Miscellany, on the Passion, etc., much of it in verse John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), of Cambridge: inscribed 'Joh(ann)es Parker' (f. 5), paginated by him(?) in red pencil.? Thomas

17.Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical scholar.Acquired by the British Museum as part of Burney’s library from his son Charles Parr Burney in 1818. Detail John of Damascus (translated by Burgundio of Pisa) England, Central England, Central? (Oxford?)

'B'(eatus) with John the Evangelist, at the beginning of De Johannis evangelio. The authorship is uncertain. The manuscript ascribes the first text to Petrus Comestor. 2 large historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 3v, 98). 2 large decorated initials,

pen-flourishing. Small initials in red or blue. Fragment of a Psalter, with Psalm 84:10-89:19, the recto mounted as the verso John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

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