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of the Sun) Charles II, king of England (b. 1630, d. 1685): a manuscript answering to 3469 was seen by John Evelyn in the library of Charles II at Whitehall Palace, 2 Sept. 1680, being described by him as follows:

of the Sun) Charles II, king of England (b. 1630, d. 1685): a manuscript answering to 3469 was seen by John Evelyn in the library of Charles II at Whitehall Palace, 2 Sept. 1680, being described by him as follows:

of the Sun) Charles II, king of England (b. 1630, d. 1685): a manuscript answering to 3469 was seen by John Evelyn in the library of Charles II at Whitehall Palace, 2 Sept. 1680, being described by him as follows:

portraits, with acanthus-like foliate extensions and bezants with single hair-line embellishment. Leaves from a Book of Hours, containing Gospel extracts: John 1:1-14, Matthew 2:1-12, Mark 16:14-120 and Luke 6:36-42 The Acciuaiuoli family of Florence: probably their arms with a swan

portraits, with acanthus-like foliate extensions and bezants with single hair-line embellishment. Leaves from a Book of Hours, containing Gospel extracts: John 1:1-14, Matthew 2:1-12, Mark 16:14-120 and Luke 6:36-42 The Acciuaiuoli family of Florence: probably their arms with a swan

portraits, with acanthus-like foliate extensions and bezants with single hair-line embellishment. Leaves from a Book of Hours, containing Gospel extracts: John 1:1-14, Matthew 2:1-12, Mark 16:14-120 and Luke 6:36-42 The Acciuaiuoli family of Florence: probably their arms with a swan

Historiated initial 'P'(ost) of an enthroned king, perhaps Richard II, at the beginning of the text. Ranulph Higden (b. c. 1299, d. 1364), was a monk of the Benedictine abbey of St. Werburg, Chester. His 'Polychronicon' is a universal

White vine initial 'M'(ecenas) and, in the lower margin, the bookstamps of Pandolfo di Ricasoli and the Convent of the Discalced Carmelites in Florence. ff. 72-73 are parchment leaves. 2 large initials in gold with white vine decoration in

White vine initials 'N'(ec) and 'O' (Curas) at the beginning of the text. This manuscript was made in Florence c. 1440-c. 1450, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford. 2 white

Historiated initial 'U'(t) with the author Petrus Isolellae in profile and acanthus leaves extending into the margins to form a full border; female figure in the lower margin and kneeling man in the outer margin. Catchwords written horizontally. Large

Decorated initial 'T'(indare). Large blue initial with red penwork decoration (f. 1). Numerous smaller initials in red with purple penwork decoration or in blue with red penwork decoration. Plain red initials (ff. 58-60). Rubrics, running headers, and abbreviations of

Text page with coloured initial. A full table of contents in ~Summary Catalogue~ 1999. Initials with foliate decoration in silver and titles in dark red. Line-fillers and small initial in red. Theological miscellany, including Gennadius's 'De vera fide' (ff.

Coloured initials and title with foliate decoration. ff. 1, 3 and 33 are on paper. Coloured title and initials with added? foliate decoration in red and green (f. 4). Initials in red or light brown, occasionally decorated. Rubrics and

with pen-flourishing in red, some with leaf decoration. Verse and sentence initials touched in red. Regimen sanitatis salernitanum, with commentary John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain to the Levant Company at Constantinople, 1670-1676, and later Master of Christ's College,

Detail of an historiated initial 'P'(ost) of an enthroned king. 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

of Livy, translated by Pierre Bersuire (ca. 1290-1362), as 'Les decades de Titus Livius', for John II, King of France, c.1354-c. 1356: 'Cy commence le livre que fist Titus Livius des excellens fais des Rommains, lequel contient trois decades, translate

privatae~ (Utini:Typis Nicolai Schiratti, 1650), pp. 98-99, which included this text. Unidentified owner, 17th century: inscribed '(2)' (f. 2).? Sir John Saunders Sebright, (b. 1767, d. 1846), 7th baronet, politician and agriculturist: perhaps his sale, 6 April 1807, lot 1128,

privatae~ (Utini:Typis Nicolai Schiratti, 1650), pp. 98-99, which included this text. Unidentified owner, 17th century: inscribed '(2)' (f. 2).? Sir John Saunders Sebright, (b. 1767, d. 1846), 7th baronet, politician and agriculturist: perhaps his sale, 6 April 1807, lot 1128,

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

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