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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

king John is brought to Winchester for burial The first quire misbound; the right order being ff. 2, 8, 3-7, 1, 9.French verse translation, in octosyllabic couplets, of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae.One of the first images of Stonehenge:

Thomas Sutton, 'cellerarius forinsicus', assisted by John fitz James, steward of the abbey, William Lange, auditor, Thomas Gunwyn, a clerk with a special knowledge of the Glastonbury muniments and 'circa terrarium mensuratorem precipuum,' and John Horner, bailiff of Whitstone, who

Thomas Sutton, 'cellerarius forinsicus', assisted by John fitz James, steward of the abbey, William Lange, auditor, Thomas Gunwyn, a clerk with a special knowledge of the Glastonbury muniments and 'circa terrarium mensuratorem precipuum,' and John Horner, bailiff of Whitstone, who

Thomas Sutton, 'cellerarius forinsicus', assisted by John fitz James, steward of the abbey, William Lange, auditor, Thomas Gunwyn, a clerk with a special knowledge of the Glastonbury muniments and 'circa terrarium mensuratorem precipuum,' and John Horner, bailiff of Whitstone, who

of John, with his symbol above. Facing miniatures are now separated by an inserted paper leaf. 10 full-page miniatures in colours and gold, of Christ in Majesty opposite two clerics presenting a book, and Evangelist portraits opposite the Annunciation, the

pen-flourished initial 'D'(e) at the beginning of John of Wales's Breviloquium de quatuor virtutibus antiquorum, and inscription 'In Richardum Pyttcu(m) Bathon (iensem) testate d[omi]no Thoma Shakespare' in the upper margin. f. 2v contains a table of contents.Medieval pagination in arabic

two thieves, with the Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist, and Joseph of Arimathea collecting Christ's blood in a dish. Includes: Estoire del Saint Graal, imperfect (ff. 1-88); La Queste del Saint Graal (ff. 89-139); abridged version of the Morte

a miniature of John witnessing the rider on a white horse, holding a bow and wearing a crown, illustrating Revelation 6:2. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and the

of John witnessing the rider on a red horse, holding large sword, illustrating Revelation 6:4. 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

of John witnessing the rider on a black horse, holding a pair of scales, illustrating Revelation 6:5. 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

a miniature of John witnessing the rider on a pale horse, named Death, holding a large sword, illustrating Revelation 6:8. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in Anglo-French (ff. 1-103v), and the Apocalypse

a miniature of John witnessing the souls of the martyrs emerging from under the altar to be given white robes by the angel, illustrating Revelation 6:9-11. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham) in

a miniature of John witnessing the opening of the sixth seal and unleashing a great earthquake, from which the kings and nobles of the earth hide in caves, in illustration of Revelation 6:11-15. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter

a miniature of John and the angel witnessing four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds, in illustration of Revelation 7:1. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of

a miniature of John witnessing God enthroned in a mandorla, surrounded by seven angels with trumpets and an angel with a censer, in illustration of Revelation 8:2. Includes La lumiere as lais of Peter of Peckham (or Peter of Fetcham)

of John witnessing the second angel sounding his trumpet, causing a huge mountain burning with fire to be cast into the sea, and turning one third of the sea into blood, in illustration of Revelation 8:8. Includes La lumiere as

a miniature of John witnessing the third angel sounding his trumpet, causing a great star, called Wormwood, to fall from the sky into the streams of the earth, resulting in the deaths of those who taste its bitterness, in illustration

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