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    British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    1475]', end of the 15th century (f. 211).Cecilia Welles (d. 1507), daughter of Edward IV, king of England, wife of John Welles: inscribed with her name 'Ciecyl Welles' (under erasure), (f. 1).Henry VIII (b. 1491, d. 1547), king of England

    laudibus virginitatis; letter of Aldhelm to Ehfridus Added fragment of an ecclesiastical writ dated in 540, 16th century (f. 1). John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 1); listed

    and below, God enthroned, a book with seals, an angel, and John and the Elder. 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

    a white horse and his armoured followers, with John above in the upper left. 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

    of the angel speaking to John and pointing to the Whore of Babylon, who is sitting on the Beast. According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II (ff. 17-24v, 30, 34-45v), Hand

    a miniature of John and the angel, and the Whore of Babylon sitting on the waters. 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).

    of the woman, with John on the left. 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 to the Queen Mary Master or

    of the angel giving John a flowering reed. 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 to the Queen Mary Master or

    the seven thunders on an inverted arc of cloud, with the angel and John below. 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

    a miniature of John with an angel and the vision of the White Horse, illustrating the opening of the First Seal (Revelation 6: 2). According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v), Hand II

    a miniature of John with a symbol of Mark and the vision of the Red Horse, illustrating the opening of the Second Seal (Revelation 6: 3-4). According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master (ff. 1-16v),

    of John with a symbol of Luke and the vision of the Black Horse, a portent of famine, illustrating the opening of the Third Seal (Revelation 6: 5). According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master

    of John with a symbol of Luke and the vision of the Black Horse, a portent of famine, illustrating the opening of the Third Seal (Revelation 6: 5). According to Sandler 1986, illuminated by three artists: The Queen Mary Master

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