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instructing Rehoboam, at the beginning of 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 1884. According to Komada 2000, illuminated by

Crucifixion, with the Virgin Mary and John. 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 confessor (ff. 1-107), Gospels in

1698?), no. 7976.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Decorated initial 'Q' Written by more than one scribe John of Freiburg (Johannes de Friburgo) East Anglia England, S. (East Anglia)

7976.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Puzzle initial and pen-flourished initials Written by more than one scribe John of Freiburg (Johannes de Friburgo) East Anglia England, S. (East Anglia)

Puzzle initial 'D'(omino) with a partial border, at the beginning of the Secretum Secretorum. Includes the Secretum Secretorum, a didactic treatise believed to be a work of Aristotle composed for the guidance of Alexander the Great, in the second

Pen-flourished initial 'Q'(uant). f. 1 is a parchment leaf with a list of accounts of farms at St. Hyllaire, near Falaise, Normandy, added in the 15th century.The text is similar to, but not derived from, Paris MS. Bibl. Nat.,

Library printed and on-line catalogue for a fuller description).Inscription with the date 18 March, 1731/2 and the names Edward Syer, John Marten, and R. Love (f. 55v). Bought from J. Bohn, 29 July 1893 by the British Museum, using the

Historiated initial 'A'(d) with Aristotle and foliate border. 3 historiated initials, the first with a three-sided, the following with partial foliate borders, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 32v, 57v). 4 large decorated foliate initials with foliate extensions into

Historiated initial 'D'(um) and foliate border. 3 historiated initials, the first with a three-sided, the following with partial foliate borders, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 32v, 57v). 4 large decorated foliate initials with foliate extensions into the margins,

Historiated initial of Giles of Rome blessing, holding a book. 3 historiated initials, the first with a three-sided, the following with partial foliate borders, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 32v, 57v). 4 large decorated foliate initials with foliate

Decorated initial. 3 historiated initials, the first with a three-sided, the following with partial foliate borders, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 32v, 57v). 4 large decorated foliate initials with foliate extensions into the margins, in colours and gold

Puzzle initial 'P'(eccator) with pen-flourishing. Catchwords. Numerous puzzle initials in red and blue with pen-flourishing and infill in red and some blue; infill frequently includes trifoliate leaf motifs; tendrils of pen-flourishing frequently end in heart-shaped leaf. Rubrics in red.

Initial 'C'(um) with foliate motifs and a grotesque. Erased inscription (f. 1).Catchwords.The manuscript forms part of a two- or multi-volume set together with Harley 3159. Harley 3160 is inscribed 'Explicit liber penthateuchus' (f. 235v). 2 large historiated initials in

Initial 'E'(zechiel) with pen-flourishing. Catchwords; quire marks; leaf marks.Erased inscription (f. 1).f. 137 is a medieval parchment flyleaf. 4 large puzzle initials with pen-flourishing (ff. 1, 3, 107, 107v). Small initials in red or blue with penwork decoration in

red or blue. Capitals marked in red. Facta et dicta memorabilia(index Memorable Deeds and Sayings),with an index (ff. 95, 96) John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Harley on 13 September 1722 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed

badly faded. Coloured initials with coloured pen decoration at the beginning of Mark ('I'[nitium], f. 29v) and John ('I'[n], f. 73v). Lettering in blue, red and green describing the contents of the text (f. 3v). Initials in red with pen

Historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) with a portrait of Priscian. Horizontal catchwords.f. 104 is a parchment leaf with various inscriptions on the recto. 1 large initial in colours with a portrait of Priscian and a foliate extension (f. 1). Initials in

of the Sun) Charles II, king of England (b. 1630, d. 1685): a manuscript answering to 3469 was seen by John Evelyn in the library of Charles II at Whitehall Palace, 2 Sept. 1680, being described by him as follows:

of the Sun) Charles II, king of England (b. 1630, d. 1685): a manuscript answering to 3469 was seen by John Evelyn in the library of Charles II at Whitehall Palace, 2 Sept. 1680, being described by him as follows:

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