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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

of Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk, wife of Lord Guilford Dudley, proclaimed queen in 1553: given by her to Sir John Bridges, the Lieutenant of the Tower, moments before her execution on 12 February 1554. Marginal notes in her hand

Puzzle initial on the first page of text, from the book of Job, with Arundel and Lumley ownership signatures. Includes the books from Job to Revelation. The first volume is Royal 1 E VII. The text corrected or emended

Detail of an historiated initial 'L'(ocutus) of Moses speaking to the Israelites, with a sketch for an illuminator, at the beginning of Numbers. Second volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal 3 E I, 3 E III-V

Detail of an historiated initial 'P'(arabole) of Solomon teaching Rehoboam, at the beginning of Proverbs, with ownership signatures of Arundel and Lumley. Fourth volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal 3 E I-III, 3 E V and

Historiated initial 'B'(eatus) of David playing the harp in the upper register, and David killing Goliath in the lower register, at the beginning of Psalm 1, and an illuminated initial 'B'(eatus) with a dragon, at the beginning of the

Glossed text of Ezekiel 40:6-11. Fifth volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal 3 E I-IV and 3 E VIII. Royal 3 E VII is related but not executed in the same workshop.Instructions for running titles and

393) (f. 84v);Pseudo-Augustine, Sermo de oratione dominica (serm. 58) (f. 84v) (all texts are attributed to Augustine in the manuscript); John of Damascus trad. by Burgundio of Pisa, De fide orthodoxa (ff. 85-107v); Thomas Gallus, 'Extractio' (attributed here to Dionysius

earl of Arundel (b. 1512, d. 1580): inscribed 'Arundel' (f. 2); the Arundel collection bequeathed to Lord Lumley, his son-in-law. John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c.1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 2). ? Perhaps

without blue pen-flourishing (ff. 224v-225v). Register of letters (ff. 7v-198v), with table of chapters (ff. 1-7); Dialogue of Basil and John Chrysostom (ff. 198-224); Isidore of Seville on Music (ff. 224v-225) The Cistercian abbey of St Mary, Cambron: inscribed 'Liber

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