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    stamp: 'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Illuminated headpiece John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus), Severianus Gabalensis Eastern Mediterranean

    1).William Petty (~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (4th flyleaf); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. John le Breton England

    or blue. Miscellany, including charters for Durham and letters to the bishop of Durham, Walter Map's De nummo (f. 10v) John Wessington (c.1371-1451), prior of Durham cathedral priory, prior 1416-1446: 15th-century inscription 'Liber domini Johannis Wessyngton prioris Dunelmensis' cut out

    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

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

    no. 219 (see Léopold Delisle, ~Recherches sur la Librairie de Charles V~, 2 vols (Paris: Champion, 1907), II, no 1113).John [John of Lancaster], duke of Bedford (b. 1389, d.1435), regent of France and prince, probably purchased by him with the

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