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The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

Calendar page for January. The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution digital images can be made available in the Manuscripts Reading Room at the British Library for study purposes. 24 scenes in

included in the catalogue of 1666 (f.14).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Text page Johannis Colyford John Colyford William of Waddington (index: Widdendune); Robert Grosseteste and others England, S.W.

Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke has been misbound;

colours and gold. Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke

Headpiece with geometric and foliate decoration and inscribed with title in coloured display capitals, and decorated initial 'T'. Missing leaves at the beginning and after ff. 1, 23, 36, 135, 197, 219.Pericopes arranged according to the ecclesiastical calendar. Headpieces

Two-page bas-de-page scene of jousting with lades watching. Contains the first part of the romance of Guiron le Courtois (also known as Meliadus or Palamedes). It ends with Meliadus' reluctance to support Arthur in his battle against Claudas (Lathuliere,

Detail of a miniature of kings playing a board game. Contains the first part of the romance of Guiron le Courtois (also known as Meliadus or Palamedes). It ends with Meliadus' reluctance to support Arthur in his battle against

blue or red and blue. Psalter fragments Probably made for a destination in Northern England: the calendar includes Benedict, Cuthbert, John of Beverly, and Wilfrid among the confessors, and Hilda among the virgins (ff. 78r-78v). The church of St Peter-upon-Cornhill,

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