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an abridgement of Geoffrey of Monmouth: inscribed with his name 'Ponticus Virunius' (f. 1).Added marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand. John Theyer (bap. 1598, d. 1673), antiquary: his monogram (f. 133) and notes in his hand (e.g., ff. 1, 132v-133);

a miniature of John and representatives of churches. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen Mary Master or

a miniature of John, and the Son of Man between seven candlesticks. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the

a miniature of John writing, with an angel before him. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen Mary

a miniature of John and the angel pointing to the walls of New Jerusalem. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution

a miniature of John being raised by an angel, with the head of God above. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The

a miniature of John kneeling before Christ. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen Mary Master or to

a miniature of John, the lamb on the mount, and worshippers. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen

a miniature of John, a flying angel, and kneeling figures. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen Mary

miniature of God giving John a measuring rod, with the Temple on the right. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution

a miniature of John and a crowned Elder. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the Queen Mary Master or

Edward I's rights in Scotland (ff.129-37);The Prophecies of Merlin (ff. 137v-139);The letter of Prester John (ff.140v-145);Extracts from the Legenda Aurea of Jacobus de Voragine (ff. 145v-147). Rubrics in red. Initials in red and brown, some decorated with ink drawings of

the genealogical line from Stephen to John and his descendants. Contains a genealogical chronicle of the Kings of England from the Heptarchy to Edward I (b. 1239, d. 1307), king of England from 1272, with additions to include Edward II

of John mounting a ladder towards the open doors of heaven, while an angel takes him by the wrist, illustrating Revelation 4: 1. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff.

a miniature of John mounting a ladder towards the open doors of heaven, while an angel takes him by the wrist, illustrating Revelation 4: 1. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand

of John asleep among rabbits, while an angel above speaks to him. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution to the

a miniature of John asleep among rabbits, while an angel above speaks to him. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand III (25-29v, 31v-32v). The attribution

are a fragment of an indulgence from Clement [VI] to John [Arcber], rector of Ketlebergh [Kettleburgh, co. Suff.], Norwich diocese (see Warner and Gilson 1921).Formerly stitched to f. 8 but now attached to a paper leaf after f. 7 is

the lion, and a miniature of John, with his symbol, the eagle. Includes the ~Somme le roi~, a manual of moral instruction, composed in 1279-80, at the request of King Philip III of France (1270-1285) by Laurent d'Orleans, the king's

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