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and prayers, including Canons of the Palaeologue Emperors John V and Andronicus IV (ff. 53v-147), and Questions of Ionas, monk, and Answers of Neilos, metropolites (ff. 147v-156v) The Canons of the Emperors John V and Andronicus IV relate to the

documents relating to the Peace of Brétigny in the name of John the Good, king of France, all bearing the date 24 October 1360, with the ratification by king John of the treaty in London in 1362, followed by the

or blue. Diagrams in red or brown. Polychronicon to the year 1352, with table Added, near comtemporary text (ff. 238v-239v). John Macclesfield, in 1416-1417: inscription (f. 6v).John Hunt: 18th-century inscription (f. 2). W. Ford: his note about the manuscript pasted

at the beginning of Oon of foure, John Wycliffe's English translation of Clement of Llanthony's Harmony of the Gospels. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing in purple and red, developing three-sided extensions in red and

extensions, at the beginning of Oon of foure, John Wycliffe's English translation of Clement of Llanthony's Harmony of the Gospels. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing in purple and red, developing three-sided extensions in red

decorated initial 'K' in John Chrysostom's Commentary in Matthaeum. ff. 1, 8, 137-138, and 180-187 are replacements in a 13th- (?) century hand. 3 pink foliate headpieces and large decorated pink initials (ff. 138v, 180v, and 187v) added in the

Miniature in four segments: 1. Pierre Bersuire presenting the book to John II; 2. the wolf with Romulus and Remus; 3. John II enthroned; 4. Knights fighting, at the beginning of the prologue. Contains the 'Ab urbe condita' of Livy,

Detail of a miniature of the capture of John de St John and others by the French. Includes the series of nine miniatures illustrating the visit of the Emperor Charles IV to the King of France, Charles V, which occur

plain red or blue. Catalogus medicam (ff. 1-78), Receipes in English (ff. 79-200) Inscription, 15th-century: 'Richard Flint' (f. 207).Inscription, 15th-century: 'John …(?)' (f. 207).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane

plain red or blue. Catalogus medicam (ff. 1-78), Receipes in English (ff. 79-200) Inscription, 15th-century: 'Richard Flint' (f. 207).Inscription, 15th-century: 'John …(?)' (f. 207).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane

Detail of a miniature in four segments: 1. Pierre Bersuire presenting the book to John II; 2. the wolf with Romulus and Remus; 3. John II enthroned; 4. Knights fighting, at the beginning of the prologue. Contains the 'Ab urbe

'L' of the Martyrdom of John the Baptist with the executioner holding up the saint’s severed head. Italian cutting.The present cutting is boxed together with Add. 71119A-C and E-K (no f. I). To see this cutting in the Manuscripts Reading

de Someren of Utrecht, for the Church of St John Baptist, Utrecht, 1510, four Latin verses stating that Gervasius de Someren presented the manuscript in 1510 to the Church of St John Baptist: inscribed 'Annis verbgene quingentis mille peractis. Et

6v, 7, 12v). Spaces for initials left blank from ff. 45-47 and f. 62 to the end. Cartulary of John Blaunchard John Blaunchard, archdeacon of Worcester (reigned 1371-1383), relating to the manor of Barford St Martin, Wiltshire.William George Richard Stanley

6v, 7, 12v). Spaces for initials left blank from ff. 45-47 and f. 62 to the end. Cartulary of John Blaunchard John Blaunchard, archdeacon of Worcester (reigned 1371-1383), relating to the manor of Barford St Martin, Wiltshire.William George Richard Stanley

spectral comparator, 10th century (see Keynes, 1985, pp. 167-69).Inscribed, 'Diamate', and 'Umfridus me fecit', 14th century (f. 3).Thomas Lee, John Birchyton, John Hinstyde [or Lynstyde], inscribed with their names, 15th century (f. 8v).N. Hersth, inscribed with his name, 15th century.John

of the preface, with the ownership inscriptions of Humphrey Lloyd and John Lumley. Contains the Libellum geomancie composed for Richard II in 1391, but all references to Richard were omitted in the Prologue. Another contemporary copy, Oxford Bodleian Library, Bodley

University of Paris (f. 4). John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St

in the margins of ff. 74v and 165 relating to St Patrice of Ibernia and St John of Beverley (St Johannes de Beverlaco).? John Mochelgroue (d. 1458), armiger, unidentified: his obit added to the calendar margin under 27 January (f.

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