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in gold and blue with blue and red pen-flourishing. Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good') John II (John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), king of France (1350-1364), made for him and seized by the

in gold and blue with blue and red pen-flourishing. Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good') John II (John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), king of France (1350-1364), made for him and seized by the

in gold and blue with blue and red pen-flourishing. Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good') John II (John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), king of France (1350-1364), made for him and seized by the

in gold and blue with blue and red pen-flourishing. Bible historiale complétée moyenne (the 'Bible Historiale of John the Good') John II (John the Good) (b. 1319, d. 1364), king of France (1350-1364), made for him and seized by the

and historiated initials 'D'(omine): the birth of John the Baptist. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold at the beginning of Psalms 38, 68,

border and historiated initials 'I'(ubilate): John the Baptist reproves Herod; historiated initial 'D'(eus) the Baptism of Christ. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold

border and an historiated initial 'D'(eus): John the Baptist is put into prison. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold at the beginning of

historiated initials 'D'(eus): Michael; historiated initial 'P'(erpetuis): John the Baptist; historiated initial 'L'(argire): Peter and Paul. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold at

border and historiated initials 'E'(cclesiam): John the Evagelist; historiated initial 'L'(argire): Noli me tangere. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold at the beginning

give Judas money (Luke 22:5), Christ sends Peter and John to prepare the passover (Luke 22:8), the Last Supper, the Agony in the Garden, and the Last Judgement in the border. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton

initials 'D'(eus): Paul holding a sword; historiated initial 'T'(uere): John the Evangelist holding a chalice and palm branch; historiated initial 'M'(aiestatem): Andrew holds a saltire. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials

and an historiated initial 'I'(n) of Saint John the Evangelist, and an eagle standing before the lectern. The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277B. 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold

Calendar page for January, with marginal scenes, including the water carrier, Aquarius. 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

Double-page with a historiated initial 'A'(d) with a monkey standing on a dog, and full borders, in the Book of Hours. The manuscript was severely damaged by flood in 1846; access to it is therefore highly restricted, but high-resolution

Miniature of the Flight into Egypt, with an historiated initial 'D'(eus) of a mourner, and a bas-de-page scene of the Entombment of Christ, at the beginning of Vespers in the Hours of the Virgin. The manuscript was severely damaged

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