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Elisabeth with John the Baptist and Anne with Mary and Christ, decorated initial 'O'(r), and three-sided border, in Brunetto Latini's Le Livre du Trésor. This manuscript is related to two other Brunetto Latini manuscripts, Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, fr. 567 and

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

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

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