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initials in red with penwork decoration, a few also with black penwork decoration. Small simple letters in red. Homilies on John (index In Ioannem), imperfect 16th-century (?) note of 8 missing leaves (f. 330v; see also ff. 10v, 12v).? Thomas

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to the earth-dwelling people of Tracoda Island, and the idol-worship of the dog-headed "Cynocephales" on Nacumera Island. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Text page with cadels John Merylynch John Merelynch The Oriel Master Martinus Polanus (index Martin of Troppau) (d. 1278), John Merelynch, Richard Ledrede, bishop of Ossory Glastonbury England, W. (Glastonbury ?)

depicting Sir John Mandeville setting out on his adventures. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

in the land of Prester John ("Ind"). Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying: see Scott

in the lands of Prester John, and the keepers of orchards with fruit that brings long life. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical

the Prologue: Sir John Mandeville sets off on his travels to Jerusalem and beyond. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to foreign marvels, here: the city of Constantinople Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape,

Sir John Mandeville meditates on the Church of St. Nicholas in Bethlehem, where the Virgin Mary milked her overflowing breasts onto red marble stones. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

depicting Sir John Mandeville witnessing the griffins of Bacharia. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

Dorothie, née Leuenthorp: inscribed with their names (f. 286v; see Wright 1972).Other inscriptions include 'John Martant', 16th century (ff. 144, 180), and 'John Thomsyn' and 'John Thomsun Symond, late 16th-early 17th century (ff. 165v, 284v).John Somers, 1st baron Somers (b.

at the beginning of John Capgrave's Life of Catherine. 1 large initial in red with pen-flourishing in brown (f. 1). Smaller initials in plain red. Capital letters highlighted in red. The Life of Catherine (ff. 1-117v), etc. Table for Easter

at the beginning of Oon of foure, John Wycliffe's English translation of Clement of Llanthony's Harmony of the Gospels. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing in purple and red, developing three-sided extensions in red and

extensions, at the beginning of Oon of foure, John Wycliffe's English translation of Clement of Llanthony's Harmony of the Gospels. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing in purple and red, developing three-sided extensions in red

decorated initial 'K' in John Chrysostom's Commentary in Matthaeum. ff. 1, 8, 137-138, and 180-187 are replacements in a 13th- (?) century hand. 3 pink foliate headpieces and large decorated pink initials (ff. 138v, 180v, and 187v) added in the

zodiacal signs for November and December in the Calendar, and John the Evangelist writing the Apocalypse, with his martyrdom in the bas-de-page, at the beginning of the Gospels. 24 small miniatures with the labour of the month and the zodiacal

gold and silver, before the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page frames

'I(n) with bird heads, at the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page

other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Tree of Virtutes John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Cherub John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

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