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    Detail of a miniature of John the Baptist pointing to the Lamb of God in a landscape, at the beginning of the reading for the feast of John the Baptist. The second volume is Royal 2 B XIII containing a

    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

    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

    scene of John standing naked in a cauldon of boiling whilst two men encourage the fire from either side. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and

    bas-de-page scene of John standing naked in a cauldon of boiling whilst two men encourage the fire from either side. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords

    scene of John the Baptist leaning out of a building and being beheaded by a man with a raised sword, with Salome alongside. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and

    bas-de-page scene of John the Baptist leaning out of a building and being beheaded by a man with a raised sword, with Salome alongside. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302)

    'B'(enedictus) with John the Baptist with the Agnus Dei standing on a hill, and Pharisees questioning him, with a bas-de-page scene of Thomas Becket being welcomed by the Abbot of Pontigny. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of

    historiated initial 'B'(enedictus) with John the Baptist with the Agnus Dei standing on a hill, and Pharisees questioning him. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and

    scene of John, standing with a palm-branch in his hand, preaching before three others, with a decorated initial 'C'(onfitebor). Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords and

    bas-de-page scene of John, standing with a palm-branch in his hand, preaching before three others, with a decorated initial 'C'(onfitebor). Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles (ff. 280v-302) and litany (ff. 302v-318).Catchwords

    of John the Baptist preaching, with an ox, a lion and a calf behind him, with four figures in niches, two on each side, with a bas-de-page scene of two devils pushing a sacristan off a bridge and the Virgin

    a miniature of John the Baptist preaching, with an ox, a lion and a calf behind him, with four figures in niches, two on each side. Includes 150 Psalms (ff. 85-280) with a calendar of Sarum use (ff. 71v-83), canticles

    Canon in circular form with a horseman, a dragon and the motto of the Garter, 'Hony soit qui mal y pense' in the centre. Musical notation. 2 miniatures in colours and gold of the royal arms and the badge

    Calligraphic initials 'A'(bsalon), 'T'(enor), 'C', and 'B'. Musical notation. 2 miniatures in colours and gold of the royal arms and the badge of a portcullis (ff. 2v-3). Two illuminated initials in colours and gold with partial trompe l'oeil borders.

    Marginal drawing of the standard used at the Battle of the Standard, with an inscription reading 'Standard'. Contains:Roger of Hoveden (d. 1201/2), Chronica, containing the history of England from 732 to 1180 (ff. 1-214v); the second volume, covering the

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