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Detail of an historiated initial 'H'(ec) of God giving the Tablets of the Law to Moses, at the beginning of Exodus. First volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal 3 E II-V and 3 E VIII. Royal

Detail of an historiated initial 'H'(ec) of God giving the Tablets of the Law to Moses with a running title 'Exodus' and an instruction for the running title, at the beginning of Exodus. First volume of a set. The

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

Text page in Genesis. First volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal 3 E II-V and 3 E VIII. Royal 3 E VII is related but not executed in the same workshop. Catchwords, instruction for running titles

Historiated initial 'I'(n principio) with eight roundels, of the Days of Creation and the Crucifixion, with a full bar border containing birds and animals, at the beginning of Genesis. First volume of a set. The other manuscripts are Royal

Lauds (f. 30), the Coronation of the Virgin, at Prime (f. 60), the martyrdom of Laurence, at Terce (f. 77v), John the Baptist and the Agnus Dei, at None (f. 83), Pentecost, at Vespers (f. 89), Pentecost, at Compline (f.

Lauds (f. 30), the Coronation of the Virgin, at Prime (f. 60), the martyrdom of Laurence, at Terce (f. 77v), John the Baptist and the Agnus Dei, at None (f. 83), Pentecost, at Vespers (f. 89), Pentecost, at Compline (f.

Lauds (f. 30), the Coronation of the Virgin, at Prime (f. 60), the martyrdom of Laurence, at Terce (f. 77v), John the Baptist and the Agnus Dei, at None (f. 83), Pentecost, at Vespers (f. 89), Pentecost, at Compline (f.

references to the death of some of its abbots, in particular Abbot Simon (d. 1226) on 13 Feb., and Abbot John de Fornsett (d. 1261) on 19 Jan. (ff. 15v-16): the death of the latter probably sets a 'terminus post

references to the death of some of its abbots, in particular Abbot Simon (d. 1226) on 13 Feb., and Abbot John de Fornsett (d. 1261) on 19 Jan. (ff. 15v-16): the death of the latter probably sets a 'terminus post

references to the death of some of its abbots, in particular Abbot Simon (d. 1226) on 13 Feb., and Abbot John de Fornsett (d. 1261) on 19 Jan. (ff. 15v-16): the death of the latter probably sets a 'terminus post

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