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inverted arms of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and of John of Brienne, king of Jerusalem, indicating his death, and an inverted mitre and crosier referring to the death of Richard II, bishop of Durham. Includes two autograph copies of works

a broken crosier, referring to the quashed election of John Blund as the archbishop of Canterbury, and a drawing of an upright mitre and crosier indicating the election of Edmund of Abingdon, with a Manus Dei above. Includes two autograph

recto-i verso);Abbreviationes chronicorum (ff. 1-48);Imagines historiarum, with a table of contents (ff. 49-136). The text ends with the coronation of John in 1199.According to Stubbs 1876, this manuscript was copied from Lambeth Palace, 8, considered to be the author's own

recto-i verso);Abbreviationes chronicorum (ff. 1-48);Imagines historiarum, with a table of contents (ff. 49-136). The text ends with the coronation of John in 1199.According to Stubbs 1876, this manuscript was copied from Lambeth Palace, 8, considered to be the author's own

recto-i verso);Abbreviationes chronicorum (ff. 1-48);Imagines historiarum, with a table of contents (ff. 49-136). The text ends with the coronation of John in 1199.According to Stubbs 1876, this manuscript was copied from Lambeth Palace, 8, considered to be the author's own

recto-i verso);Abbreviationes chronicorum (ff. 1-48);Imagines historiarum, with a table of contents (ff. 49-136). The text ends with the coronation of John in 1199.According to Stubbs 1876, this manuscript was copied from Lambeth Palace, 8, considered to be the author's own

recto-i verso);Abbreviationes chronicorum (ff. 1-48);Imagines historiarum, with a table of contents (ff. 49-136). The text ends with the coronation of John in 1199.According to Stubbs 1876, this manuscript was copied from Lambeth Palace, 8, considered to be the author's own

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,

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