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Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

Ormond', Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, sister of 5th, 6th, and 7th earls of Ormond (d. 1473), 'Obitus Elizabeth comitisse Salop.', John, 6th earl of Ormond (d. c. 1477), 'Obitus Johannis comitis Ormond', Lore, 2nd wife of Thomas, 7th earl of

his eyes, representing the blindness of the Jews to the Christian fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy; miniature of John holding a scroll, in Matfré Ermengau of Béziers's Breviari d'Amour. The text is originally a Provencal poem composed between 1288 and

of John the Baptist, standing on a rock, prophesying to three men of the coming of Christ, in Matfré Ermengau of Béziers's Breviari d'Amour. The text is originally a Provencal poem composed between 1288 and 1292 by Matfré Ermengau of

Miniature of John the Baptist wearing a skin and a mantle and carrying a staff with a disc bearing the Agnus Dei; miniature of John the Baptist baptizing Christ while an angel holds his robe, in Matfré Ermengau of Béziers's

receiving the head of John the Baptist from a soldier, while John's headless body leans out of a tower on the right, in Matfré Ermengau of Béziers's Breviari d'Amour. The text is originally a Provencal poem composed between 1288 and

Miniature of the map of the world, at the beginning of Ranulf Higden's Polychronicon. Ranulph Higden (b. c. 1299, d. 1364), was a monk of the Benedictine abbey of St. Werburg, Chester. His 'Polychronicon' is a universal history, based

poesye of princelie practise, imperfect Added leaves of a lectionary from lives of saints of English origin containing readings of John and Paul (26 June) and Margaret (20 July), 1st half of the 13th century (ff. 1, 79)William Forrest (fl.

poesye of princelie practise, imperfect Added leaves of a lectionary from lives of saints of English origin containing readings of John and Paul (26 June) and Margaret (20 July), 1st half of the 13th century (ff. 1, 79)William Forrest (fl.

Foliate initial 'P'(salmus), at the beginning of the text. In the catalogue of the Lumley Library considered as a first volume of a set of two manuscripts; the second volume is Royal 5 D V.Quire signatures. Large initial in

or blue, some with penwork decoration in the other colour. Rubrics in red capitals. Paraphs in brown. Thebais (index Thebaid) John Russell, Bishop of Lincoln and Chancellor of Oxford University (b. c.1430, d. 1494): his inscription on f. 1.William Brygon:

Miniature of the map of the world, at the beginning of Ranulf Higden's Polychronicon, including 39 towns, 14 of which are in England. Ranulph Higden (b. c. 1299, d. 1364), was a monk of the Benedictine abbey of St.

commentaries on the various books of the Bible, followed by Latin hexameters, in a 15th-century English hand (f. i verso). John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 1); listed

Miniature of the map of the world, at the beginning of Ranulf Higden's Polychronicon. Ranulph Higden (b. c. 1299, d. 1364), was a monk of the Benedictine abbey of St. Werburg, Chester. His 'Polychronicon' is a universal history, based

Map of the Mediterranean and adjoining countries. Ranulph Higden (b. c. 1299, d. 1364), was a monk of the Benedictine abbey of St. Werburg, Chester. His 'Polychronicon' is a universal history, based on earlier writers, but extended to his

Continuation of calendar for May with drawings of saints Dunstan, Urbanus, Augustinus and Petronilla. Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter from St Louis to King Charles in Middle English (f. 22v). 12 calendar pages with tinted

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