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    Detail of a metal point drawing of two hooded figures addressing a third one wearing an ermine collar. Catchwords written horizontally. 9 marginal drawings in metal point: head of a man with pointing hand (f. 10v), medallion with two

    Detail of a metal point drawing of a figure playing the bagpipes. Catchwords written horizontally. 9 marginal drawings in metal point: head of a man with pointing hand (f. 10v), medallion with two figures conversing (f. 13), two bust-length

    Detail of a historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) with a man wearing an ermine collar. Catchwords written horizontally. 9 marginal drawings in metal point: head of a man with pointing hand (f. 10v), medallion with two figures conversing (f. 13), two

    Note by Sozomeno at the end of the text. Catchwords written horizontally. 9 marginal drawings in metal point: head of a man with pointing hand (f. 10v), medallion with two figures conversing (f. 13), two bust-length hooded figures addressing

    1-126); De situ orbis Jerusalem (ff. 126-127) Busleyden College, Leuven (index Louvain), 16th/17th century: inscribed 'Liber collegii Buslidiani' (f. 2). John Chamberlayne (b. 1666, d. 1723), son of Edward Chamberlayne (b. 1616, d. 1703): his sale of his library conducted

    Puzzle initial 'E'(xcellentissimo) with pen-flourishing and partial border at the beginning of the 'Itinerarium ad partes orientalis'. 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.

    Puzzle initial 'L'(ibrum) with pen-flourishing and partial border at the beginning of the prologue of Marco Polo's travels. 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

    Edwards giving a ring to John the Evangelist. The caption reads, 'Cy seint Edward dona un anel a iohan le ewangelist'. The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material,

    suffrage. Subjects of the miniatures: Standing Christ and two angels (f. 15v), John the Baptist (f. 26v), the martyrdom of Thomas Becket (f. 28v), Christopher (f. 30v), Anne, the Virgin and Child (f. 32v), Catherine (f. 34v), Barbara (f. 36v),

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