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of Thomas, Duke of Lancaster, in March 1322 (f. 157). The last appointment of a bishop of Norwich mentioned is John Salmon (d. 1325) (f. 156v, line 14).Inscription, after 1344: note of debt for £100 by Philip and Walter de

of Thomas, Duke of Lancaster, in March 1322 (f. 157). The last appointment of a bishop of Norwich mentioned is John Salmon (d. 1325) (f. 156v, line 14).Inscription, after 1344: note of debt for £100 by Philip and Walter de

of Thomas, Duke of Lancaster, in March 1322 (f. 157). The last appointment of a bishop of Norwich mentioned is John Salmon (d. 1325) (f. 156v, line 14).Inscription, after 1344: note of debt for £100 by Philip and Walter de

of Thomas, Duke of Lancaster, in March 1322 (f. 157). The last appointment of a bishop of Norwich mentioned is John Salmon (d. 1325) (f. 156v, line 14).Inscription, after 1344: note of debt for £100 by Philip and Walter de

and moon overhead, and the Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist below. The first historiated initial protected with white silk. Medieval quire signatures, at the end of quires 'Corr.^c^' for correctus. 2 full-page miniatures, in colours and gold, at the

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

Part I; included in the Upper Library at Westminster after 1542; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale of c. 1548, no. 15, and in his Index Britanniae scriptorum of c. 1548-1552, f. 203 (see Bale

gems, flowers, strawberries, blue tit, bullfinch, and a roundel containing John the Baptist, at the beginning of the Hours of the Virgin. Alexander 1985 notes that Matteo Contugi of Volterra wrote several manuscripts for Federico da Montefeltro (d. 1482) in

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

of the Poisoning of John the Evangelist, with four men kneeling before the saint who drinks from a chalice of poisoned wine. Italian cutting.This cutting is bound together with six other mounted cuttings and leaves as Add. 32058. To order

Detail of a miniature of John the Evangelist and John the Baptist. 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

inscribed, 16th/17th century: 'Philemon Holland / John Barone(?), and 'RB'.f. 125: inscribed, 16th century: 'Thomas baulle'(?) and John Dean'.f. 137: inscribed, 16th century: 'James Collard'.f. 149: inscribed, 16th century: 'Statutes April 1581' and 'John Wallsall'.f. 175: inscribed, 17th century: 'Edmund(?)

hand similar to those in Oxford, Bodleian, Bodl. MS 585, which includes the Granarium of John Whethamstede, according to Howlett 1974 p. 199. 1 partial border and puzzle initial in blue and gold, with penwork flowers (f. 9). 1 puzzle

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