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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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of John the Evangelist in Patmos, with a full border and a foliate initial 'S'(aint), at the beginning of the life of John. Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

the various books John Harefinch, in 1708: inscriptions 'John Harefinch His Booke 1708', twice, and 'John Harefinch' (f. 274v); 'John Harefinch His Book' (ff. 19v, 20, 47); 'John Harefinch is owner of this book' (f. 74); John Harefinch is the

(?) (f. 88v); 'I tell you plyn of John Hanum [. . . ] (f. 102v); 'William Wylkensone' (f. 111v); 'Thomas Cowpland, John Bolton, Robert Spynk, Garry Jacson, James Loueden, Thomas Tomson, John Best, Richard Hilborn (f. 172); Harry bramam'

to 1430), including John Page's poem 'The Siege of Rouen' (imperfect) John Awdeley: inscribed, 15th century, 'Jho John Awdeley squier' (f. 152). perhaps the younger brother of James Tuchet, 7th baron Audley (c. 1463- 1497); this John married an illegitemate

Long, Baron Farnborough (b. 1761, d. 1838), a cousin of Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829), founder of the collection. Paraphs John le Breton (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun)(attributed to) England

'F' of John the Baptist. Italian cuttings.Add. 18161 is also attributed to the Master of the Donato Commission (see Minazzato).These leaves are bound together with other mounted cuttings as Add. 22310. To see these leaves in the Manuscripts Reading Room

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

(ff. 26-43) The Cistercian abbey of St Mary, Buckfast, Devon: see Ker 1964.Inscription with the name John Fox (f. 34v)Inscriptions: 'John Sgacton (?), 'John Shabeton' (?) (ff. 1, 221).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased

(ff. 26-43) The Cistercian abbey of St Mary, Buckfast, Devon: see Ker 1964.Inscription with the name John Fox (f. 34v)Inscriptions: 'John Sgacton (?), 'John Shabeton' (?) (ff. 1, 221).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased

their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Decorated initial John Multon John Multon John Lydgate London England, S. E. (London)

contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Added marginal annotation John Multon John Multon John Lydgate London England, S. E. (London)

in John of Arderne's Medical treatises. Scott 1996 p. 201 speculates that this manuscript was intended to travel as a physician's ~vade-mecum~. 4 full-page diagrams, in colours (ff. 108-109v). Numerous diagrams in the margins, in colours. Medical treatises, Fistula in

decorated in red ink; large and small red initials, many decorated with foliate or geometric patterns. Liturgy of John Chrysostom, imperfect ? John Jackson (d. 1794), antiquary: his sale, 28 April, 1784, lot 337, possibly bought by Chapman for 2s.Charles

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

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

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