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other Vitae Written by William of Stiphel for Utredo de Boldon (d. 1397), prior of the Benedictine priory of St John the Baptist and St Godric at Finchale, England, a cell of Durham Cathedral priory (inscription, f. 89v: ‘scriptus per

Historiae ecclesiasticae Written by William of Stiphel for Utredo de Boldon (d. 1397), prior of the Benedictine priory of St John the Baptist and St Godric at Finchale, England, a cell of Durham Cathedral priory (inscription, f. 89v: ‘scriptus per

Historiae ecclesiasticae Written by William of Stiphel for Utredo de Boldon (d. 1397), prior of the Benedictine priory of St John the Baptist and St Godric at Finchale, England, a cell of Durham Cathedral priory (inscription, f. 89v: ‘scriptus per

other Vitae Written by William of Stiphel for Utredo de Boldon (d. 1397), prior of the Benedictine priory of St John the Baptist and St Godric at Finchale, England, a cell of Durham Cathedral priory (inscription, f. 89v: ‘scriptus per

Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke has been misbound;

colours and gold. Musical notation (ecphonetic).Contents:Daily readings in John (ff. 1-65v);Saturday-Sunday readings in Matthew (ff. 66v-103);Saturday-Sunday readings in Luke (ff. 104-143);Saturday-Sunday readings in Mark (ff. 143v-187);Holy Week readings (ff. 187v-245v);Synaxarion (ff. 246-359).f. 66 is a blank leaf.The portrait of Luke

Headpiece with geometric and foliate decoration and inscribed with title in coloured display capitals, and decorated initial 'T'. Missing leaves at the beginning and after ff. 1, 23, 36, 135, 197, 219.Pericopes arranged according to the ecclesiastical calendar. Headpieces

Historiae ecclesiasticae Written by William of Stiphel for Utredo de Boldon (d. 1397), prior of the Benedictine priory of St John the Baptist and St Godric at Finchale, England, a cell of Durham Cathedral priory (inscription, f. 89v: ‘scriptus per

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

altar with statues of the Crucifixion with Mary and John, with the instruction for the illuminator reading 'Fia[n]t ymagi[n]es sup[er] / altare', next to the initial. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le

Crucifixion with Mary and John; 2. the Deposition; 3. the Entombment; 4. the Descent into Limbo. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le Palmer, being a general encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order. Bound

'Rex Regum', surrounded by the busts of twelve saints including John the Baptist, Jerome, and a bishop, with foliate extension of acanthus leaves and bezants. Cutting from a choir book John Matthew Gutch (b. 1776, d. 1861), journalist and author:

a standing John Chrysostom. 2 full-page miniatures in colours and gold of standing saints (ff. 2v, 21v ). 3 large historiated headpieces in colours and gold (ff. 3, 22, 49). Large historiated initials in colours and gold (ff. 3, 6,

vol. 2).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Illuminated initial John of Munkgate, clerk of York. John of Munkgate John of Abbeville, and others Fountains abbey England, N. (Fountains abbey)

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