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Detail of a juggler, representing the third musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see discussion Bell2001..2 blank parchment leaves

Detail of a juggler, representing the third musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see discussion Bell2001..2 blank parchment leaves

Miniature of a man holding a set of bells, representing the fourth musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see

Detail of a man holding a set of bells, representing the fourth musical mode. Ruled in hardpoint.Horizontal catchwords.Musical notation / Aquitanian notation, including ruling with a dry stylus at a mid-point between the highest and the lowest notes: see

with the Virgin and John the Evangelist, at the beginning of the Te igitur in a Missal. 1 full-page miniature, in colours and gold (f. 146v). 2 large historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 10v, 147), the first accompanied

scene of John baptising Christ, with a woman holding a cloak to the right. 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

a gold casket by her, kneels and washes Christ's feet. In the bas-de-page scene below, John the Baptist is led by a man before Herod and Herodias. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and

at the news that I intended to sell my collection of 100 illuminated MSS. HYT' (2nd flyleaf). Bequeathed to the British Museum in 1941 by Mrs Henry Yates Thompson. Burial of John the Baptist's head London England, S. E.? (London?)

at the news that I intended to sell my collection of 100 illuminated MSS. HYT' (2nd flyleaf). Bequeathed to the British Museum in 1941 by Mrs Henry Yates Thompson. Burial of John the Baptist's body London England, S. E.? (London?)

Text page with initials with pen-flourishing. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff. 216-224);Willelmus de Rubruk (index William de Rubruque), Itinerarium ad partes orientalis

Sales catalogue of books belonging to Symonis Bozoun, Prior of Norwich, with prices in shillings. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff. 216-224);Willelmus de

Puzzle initial 'Q' (uinta)with zoomorphic decoration and pen-flourishing at the beginning of book 3 of the Polychronicon. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff.

Text page with initials, rubric and chronological dates in the margin. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff. 216-224);Willelmus de Rubruk (index William de

Puzzle initial 'I'(n) with pen-flourishing at the beginning of the Polychronicon and ownership inscription of Symonis Bozoun. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium (ff.

Initial 'B'(onefacius) with decoration, small initials and rubric; chronological dates with numbering for the Polychronicon in the margin. Detailed contents:Ranulph Higden, Polychronicon (ff. 3-165);Gerald of Wales, Expugnatio Hibernia (ff. 166-194);Jacques de Vitry, Historia Orientalis (ff. 195-215);Odoricus de Pordenone, Itinerarium

Historiated initial 'O'(mnium) with a man with shield and spear combined with a full foliate border with acanthus leaves, grotesques and a youth playing music on a viola. Catchwords written horizontally. 9 marginal drawings in metal point: head of

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