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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): 'Johannes Price A.M. / Rector de Orleston 1727 / Vicarius de

initial 'P'(anti) in John Chrysostom's commentary In Ioannem. 5 patterned headpieces in red and black (ff. 38, 74v, 78, 91v, 310). Numerous patterned or linear headpieces in red. Large initials in red with penwork decoration, a few also with black

1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Sacred Heart John Gysborn John Gysborn England

1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Zoomorphic initial John Gysborn John Gysborn England

beginning of John. This manuscript is part of the 'Irish-Northumbrian' group with the sigla 'DELQR', and is designed 'E': see Marsden 1999 p. 290 and n. 25. 2 full page miniatures of Evangelist portraits of Mark and John (ff. 45v,

Friedman 1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Text John Gysborn John Gysborn England

Illuminated initial 'A'(d honorem) at the beginning of John Somer's preface. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of

inscribed, 16th/17th century: 'Philemon Holland / John Barone(?), and 'RB'.f. 125: inscribed, 16th century: 'Thomas baulle'(?) and John Dean'.f. 137: inscribed, 16th century: 'James Collard'.f. 149: inscribed, 16th century: 'Statutes April 1581' and 'John Wallsall'.f. 175: inscribed, 17th century: 'Edmund(?)

calendars; Ars Kalendarii (ff. 102-104v), imperfect Inscribed in English in a 16th/17th-century hand (f. 1v). John Marshall, 17th century: inscribed 'John Mearchall' (f. 26v) and 'John Marshall' (f. 46v, with penwork decoration) and his monogram, followed by 'vi' (, f.

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

of John Chrysostom, a fFather of the Greek church, and decorated initials. 4 drawings in pen with colour washes of standing Fathers, three holding scrolls (ff. 13, 18v, 20, 21v). 7 simple headpieces in brown, with some penwork decoration, one

Peterborough abbey, with table of contents, 60 royal and papal charters, and miscellaneous additions ? Prior John of Threckingham (c. 1264-1274): inscription 'Libri John Trikyngham Prioris' with a list of his books (f. 1).Added text in a 14th-century hand (f.

treatises, including recipes, and a dietary (ff. 100v-101); Physiognomia VII (ff. 115-126) ? John Feild [Felde] (b. c.1520, d. 1587), astrologer and compiler of almanacs: inscription 'John Feld' (f.vii verso). Note with a transcription by Rev. W.W. Skeat, dated Cambridge,

of a bearded John seated before a lectern; his name inscribed above him. 4 miniatures (evangelist portraits: ff, 6v, 90v, 142v, 226v), before each Gospel. Four foliate headpieces (ff. 7, 91, 143, 227), titles in gold, and large initials in

at the beginning of John Lydgate and Benedict Burgh's Secrets of the Philosophers. Steele suggests that the manuscript may be connected with Margaret, duchess of Burgundy (b. 1446, d. 1503), Yorkist matriarch and mediator. 1 3-sided foliate border in colours

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