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beginning of the prologue to John. The manuscript contains a text of a manumission by King Athelstan, one of the earliest of the Anglo-Saxon examples of the practice of inserting records in sacred books. It was believed to be the

at the beginning of John. The manuscript contains a text of a manumission by King Athelstan, one of the earliest of the Anglo-Saxon examples of the practice of inserting records in sacred books. It was believed to be the book

to Richard, count of Poitou, beginning 'A [multis] requisitus et multociens', and the revised version of the dedication to King John of England (ff. 58v-106v);Philomela, the poem on the voices of birds and beasts ascribed to Ovid in the 16th-century

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

scene of John the Baptist preaching holding a disk before a seated group of people. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important

scene of John the Baptist before a seated Herod with a sword. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought to

scene of John being pushed into a prison tower by a man holding a club. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important

scene of John kneeling in a tower doorway, with an executioner holding him by the hair and a raised sword, and behind him Salome holding a golden bowl. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance

presenting the head of John in a golden bowl to her seated mother. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought

in their arms, and the skeleton of John in a tomb. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought to have

of Peter and John visiting the sepulchre and removing the sudarium. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought to have

Christ beckoning Peter and John while they are out fishing. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought to have been

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