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University of Paris (f. 4). John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St

University of Paris (f. 4). John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Enthroned king Various, including John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Entrhoned king Various, including John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

Miniature of John the Baptist pointing to the Lamb of God in a landscape, with an illuminated initial 'A' and partial foliate border, at the beginning of the reading for the feast of John the Baptist. The second volume is

scenes, dragon and serpent; f. 135v: king Cyrus; f. 138v: Nehemiah, f. 181: blessing Christ, f. 326v: eagle, symbol of John, on a column, f. 335: Paul holding a sword, f. 343v: Paul). Numerous large initials with foliate decoration, interlaced

scenes, dragon and serpent; f. 135v: king Cyrus; f. 138v: Nehemiah, f. 181: blessing Christ, f. 326v: eagle, symbol of John, on a column, f. 335: Paul holding a sword, f. 343v: Paul). Numerous large initials with foliate decoration, interlaced

scenes, dragon and serpent; f. 135v: king Cyrus; f. 138v: Nehemiah, f. 181: blessing Christ, f. 326v: eagle, symbol of John, on a column, f. 335: Paul holding a sword, f. 343v: Paul). Numerous large initials with foliate decoration, interlaced

scenes, dragon and serpent; f. 135v: king Cyrus; f. 138v: Nehemiah, f. 181: blessing Christ, f. 326v: eagle, symbol of John, on a column, f. 335: Paul holding a sword, f. 343v: Paul). Numerous large initials with foliate decoration, interlaced

scenes, dragon and serpent; f. 135v: king Cyrus; f. 138v: Nehemiah, f. 181: blessing Christ, f. 326v: eagle, symbol of John, on a column, f. 335: Paul holding a sword, f. 343v: Paul). Numerous large initials with foliate decoration, interlaced

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Decorated initials Various, including John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

etc. from the 9th to the 31st year in the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1540), under the rule of abbot John Reeve. Numerous initials in blue with red pen-flourishing including foliate patterns and flowers. Some cadels (e.g., ff. 75, 76,

hand (f. 2).? John Bury, armiger: mentioned in Cottey's note as the donor of the manuscript (f. 5; see Wright 1972).John Cottey or de Cotheye, rector of Cheddon Fitzpaine, co. Somerset, 1328: given to him by John Bury, his ownership

See of Canterbury (Harley 3346, f. 4). George Goodwine: 16th-century inscription recording the gift of the manuscript by him to John Lee, 'Johannis Lee ex dono Georgii Goodwine' (f. 2).John Lee: 16th-century inscription recording the gift of the manuscript to

(?) ‘ZR.R.0’ inscribed in ink,~.0.0’, inscribed in different ink, both f. 301, top right hand corner; ’£~', f. i verso.? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘John Januensis’s (Alias Balbus) Dictionary with a Grammer.

(?) ‘ZR.R.0’ inscribed in ink,~.0.0’, inscribed in different ink, both f. 301, top right hand corner; ’£~', f. i verso.? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘John Januensis’s (Alias Balbus) Dictionary with a Grammer.

text between diagrams. Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing, or in red with blue pen-flourishing. Compendium Historiae in Genealogia Christi John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: listed in the 1609 catalogue of his

text between diagrams. Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing, or in red with blue pen-flourishing. Compendium Historiae in Genealogia Christi John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: listed in the 1609 catalogue of his

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