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John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

John of Fordun and continued by Walter Bower (ff. 28-265);'Tractatus et composicio inter reges Scocie et Norwagie' (ff. 265v-267);prophecy (f. 267v);'Seneca ad Lucilium' (f. 268);Boethius, 'De fide Christiana' (ff. 268-269);Pseudo-Bernard, 'Tractatus de formula honeste vite' (ff. 269-270);letter of Prester

pen-flourishing or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Summa de vitiis et virtutibus (index Summa virtutum) Inscriptions in English by William John, 15th century (ff. 7v, 56, 63v, 64, 99, 113v, 115, 155, 155v, 109v).Moses Lonman of Clapham: his armorial book-plate

the saints in verse, listed according to their feast days), imperfect at the beginning John Sanford of Comersley, Somerset: inscribed in the late 16th century, 'John Sanford' (ff. 21, 41, 43, 46, 49 etc.), and 'Dieu saulve nostre royne Elizabeth

1972, Kilwardby 1987).John Leland (b. c.1503, d. 1552), poet and antiquary (see Wright 1972); acquired on 18 May 1556 by John Dee.John Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary (see Wright 1972; Roberts and Watson 1990): his astrological

an acanthus frame surrounds the miniature and foliate feathering extends into the margins. This text was composed c. 1390 by John Gower (b. c. 1330, d. 1408), and is in the third recension of the text.One of 13 manuscripts containing

prologues, Vol. I: Genesis-Nehemiah Unidentified contemporary readers: with numerous marginal annotations, often in red ink, especially in vol. II.? Sir John Saunders Sebright, (b. 1767, d. 1846), 7th baronet, politician and agriculturist: perhaps his sale 6 April 1807, lot 1102,

prologues, Vol. I: Genesis-Nehemiah Unidentified contemporary readers: with numerous marginal annotations, often in red ink, especially in vol. II.? Sir John Saunders Sebright, (b. 1767, d. 1846), 7th baronet, politician and agriculturist: perhaps his sale 6 April 1807, lot 1102,

Rosa medicinae. The Rosa medicinae was written by John Gaddesden while he was at Oxford, probably between 1302 and 1317. This copy is one of 13 known surviving manuscripts. 4 large puzzle initials in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing

of the Evangelist John, holding a book and a martyr's palm, standing on the back of his symbol, the eagle. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and the Apocalypse

initial 'E'(seint) of the Evangelist John, holding a book and a martyr's palm, standing on the back of his symbol, the eagle. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and

Christ dictating to John. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and the Apocalypse with a commentary in the Anglo-French prose version (ff. 104-214v).According to Sandler, stylistically related to the

of Christ dictating to John. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and the Apocalypse with a commentary in the Anglo-French prose version (ff. 104-214v).According to Sandler, stylistically related to

written by John Stowe and others, including the Song of the Lady Bessy, concerning Princess Elizabeth, future wife of Henry VII (ff. 89-100), written by Humphrey Brereton, an extract from Lydgate's Life of Edmund and Fremund (f. 86v) John Stowe,

the beginning of the prologue to John. Associated with a group of manuscripts (the 'William of Devon group'): now Egerton 1151, Pierpont Morgan Library M. 756, Cambridge, Emmanuel College 116 (2.I.6), Bodleian Library Auct. D. I. 17, Royal 1 D

principio), at the beginning of John. Associated with a group of manuscripts (the 'William of Devon group'): now Egerton 1151, Pierpont Morgan Library M. 756, Cambridge, Emmanuel College 116 (2.I.6), Bodleian Library Auct. D. I. 17, Royal 1 D I,

at the beginning of 1 John. Associated with a group of manuscripts (the 'William of Devon group'): now Egerton 1151, Pierpont Morgan Library M. 756, Cambridge, Emmanuel College 116 (2.I.6), Bodleian Library Auct. D. I. 17, Royal 1 D I,

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