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Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Ode Symeon Metaphrastes, St Basil, St John Chrysostom, St John of Damascus and others Italy or Eastern Mediterranean

or brown (ff. 1-14). Line-filler with geometric decoration in red and black (f. 218v). Psalter, imperfect, including Odes (ff. 219v-232v) John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain to the Levant Company at Constantinople, 1670-1676, and later Master of Christ's College,

calendars; Ars Kalendarii (ff. 102-104v), imperfect Inscribed in English in a 16th/17th-century hand (f. 1v). John Marshall, 17th century: inscribed 'John Mearchall' (f. 26v) and 'John Marshall' (f. 46v, with penwork decoration) and his monogram, followed by 'vi' (, f.

Smaller initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Smaller and small initials in plain red or blue. Law treatise called Britton John Eltonhed(?), 15th-century: inscriptions (ff. 188, 188v).Count Justin de MacCarthy-Reagh of Toulouse, his sale in 1789: note by 'F[rancis].D[ouce] .'

Smaller initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Smaller and small initials in plain red or blue. Law treatise called Britton John Eltonhed(?), 15th-century: inscriptions (ff. 188, 188v).Count Justin de MacCarthy-Reagh of Toulouse, his sale in 1789: note by 'F[rancis].D[ouce] .'

Detail of a miniature of John the Evangelist and John the Baptist. Includes the ~Somme le roi~, a manual of moral instruction, composed in 1279-80, at the request of King Philip III of France (1270-1285) by Laurent d'Orleans, the king's

Smaller initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Smaller and small initials in plain red or blue. Law treatise called Britton John Eltonhed(?), 15th-century: inscriptions (ff. 188, 188v).Count Justin de MacCarthy-Reagh of Toulouse, his sale in 1789: note by 'F[rancis].D[ouce] .'

Smaller initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Smaller and small initials in plain red or blue. Law treatise called Britton John Eltonhed(?), 15th-century: inscriptions (ff. 188, 188v).Count Justin de MacCarthy-Reagh of Toulouse, his sale in 1789: note by 'F[rancis].D[ouce] .'

into this one.f. 3 is a parchment flyleaf.ff. 4-79: Matthew; ff. 79-127: Mark; ff. 130-217: Luke; ff. 220-278v: John.ff. 279-280: John Chrysostom's Sermo catecheticus in Pascha (PG 59. 721-24). Architectural headpiece in colours, silver, and gold with a pediment and

Detail of a miniature of John writing and sending a letter of 1 John. 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

Detail of a miniature of John being inspired by the Holy Ghost, at the beginning of 2 John. Contains the Bible historiale, a French adaptation of Peter Comestor's Historia scholastica by Guyart des Moulins (c. 1291-95), classified as the bible

no. 7976.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. John of Freiburg teaching Written by more than one scribe John of Freiburg (Johannes de Friburgo) East Anglia England, S. (East Anglia)

the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Decorated initial John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. List of contents John le Breton (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun)(attributed to) England

value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Paraphs John le Breton (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun)(attributed to) England

the Crucifixion with Mary and John flanking the cross. John's scroll reads: 'This is the disciple who giveth testimony' (John 21:24). English saints in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald,

of the Lectura super Clementinis. Contains the Constitutuions Clementinae, a collection of constitutions of Clement V promulgated by John II in 1317, with the apparatus by Johannes Andreae composed in 1336 (ff. 1-112);John XXII, three decretals from the Extravagantes: 'Suscepti

Clementinae, a collection of constitutions of Clement V promulgated by John II in 1317, with the apparatus by Johannes Andreae composed in 1336 (ff. 1-112);John XXII, three decretals from the Extravagantes: 'Suscepti regiminis' (tit. I, cap. 2), 'Execrabilis' (tit. III,

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