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1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

left for initials. Register of Chertsey abbey ? The Benedictine abbey of St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, during the abbacy of John de Rutherwyk, including charters from 1307 to 1344; see ~Chertsey Cartularies~ p. iii.Henry Powle (bap. 1630, d. 1692), politician:

left for initials. Register of Chertsey abbey ? The Benedictine abbey of St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, during the abbacy of John de Rutherwyk, including charters from 1307 to 1344; see ~Chertsey Cartularies~ p. iii.Henry Powle (bap. 1630, d. 1692), politician:

left for initials. Register of Chertsey abbey ? The Benedictine abbey of St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, during the abbacy of John de Rutherwyk, including charters from 1307 to 1344; see ~Chertsey Cartularies~ p. iii.Henry Powle (bap. 1630, d. 1692), politician:

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

the standing figure of John holding a scroll. 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 illuminated in

the the Nativity of John the Baptist. 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 illuminated in London:

left for initials. Register of Chertsey abbey ? The Benedictine abbey of St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, during the abbacy of John de Rutherwyk, including charters from 1307 to 1344; see ~Chertsey Cartularies~ p. iii.Henry Powle (bap. 1630, d. 1692), politician:

scene of John the Evangelist gesturing towards St Edward on the facing verso. The caption reads, 'Ey sein iohan le ewangelist uient a seint edward p[our] demaund[er] acun bien pur lam[our] de deu'. The style and subject, especially the many

circuit of wall in a lake) (ff. 7v-8). Atlas with seven double-page Portolan charts (index Portolano, maps, Lord Lumley's Atlas) John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: his name inscribed (f. 1); listed in

of the eagle of John, with a scroll, at the beginning of Luke. Contains the Bible historiale, a French adaptation of Peter Comestor's Historia scholastica by Guyart des Moulins (c. 1291-95), classified as the bible historiale complétée by Berger 1884.

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