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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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a miniature of John, king of Scotland, being brought before Edward I. Includes the series of nine miniatures illustrating the visit of the Emperor Charles IV to the King of France, Charles V, which occur in only two other copies

et alc. /meddelton', late 15th, early 16th century (f. 227).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c. 1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyde' (f. 4).John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator:

et alc. /meddelton', late 15th, early 16th century (f. 227).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c. 1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyde' (f. 4).John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator:

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

Cuthbert, Durham: inscriptions that this manuscript was acquired for Durham cathedral through Prior John Fossor (1341-1374), and that it was kept at the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and Margaret in the Chapel of the Nine Altars (f. 1v);

et alc. /meddelton', late 15th, early 16th century (f. 227).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c. 1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyde' (f. 4).John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator:

an angel showing John a vision of the fall of Babylon, from Revelation 18. Manuscript mentioned in Yates Thompson Appendix 52-54.Glossed French prose.ff. i-iv are paper flyleaves. 1 large historiated initial, accompanied by a full foliate border, in colours and

of an angel showing John a vision of the fall of Babylon, from Revelation 18. Manuscript mentioned in Yates Thompson Appendix 52-54.Glossed French prose.ff. i-iv are paper flyleaves. 1 large historiated initial, accompanied by a full foliate border, in colours

of John, holding a palm, and a crowned elder, from Revelation 7:13; miniature of seven angels with trumpets, and another angel holding a golden cense, from Revelations 8:1-3; miniature of the first angel who sounded the trumpet, and hail and

3. John II enthroned; 4. A battle illustrating the second Punic War, at the beginning of decade 2. Contains the 'Ab urbe condita' of Livy, translated by Pierre Bersuire (ca. 1290-1362), as 'Les decades de Titus Livius', for John II,

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