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see Gamillscheg and Harlfinger 1981).Dionysios Spanos (index Dionysius), ex-Patriarch of Constantinople: owned before April 1677 and presented by him to John Covel while in retreat at the Great Lavra, Mount Athos, in April 1677, his inscriptions (ff. 1v, 380; see

earl of Ashburnham, of Ashburnham Place, Sussex.Bertram Ashburnham (b. 1840, d. 1913), 5th earl of Ashburnham: purchased by the British Museum from him together with 1084 other Stowe manuscripts in 1883. Binding John Croke (translator) London England, S. E. (London)

328-331v), and 2 foliate descenders of a human head and a fish (ff. 333, 420v). Commentary on Unum ex quatuor John Leyre, rector of Great Doddington, Northans (1377-81), presented to the church of Doddington, in the diocese of Lincoln in

Decorated initial 'D'(omino) with a human head, at the beginning of the text. Quire signatures. Initials in blue with penwork decoration in red and green, in green with penwork decoration in red, or in green with penwork decoration in

Miniature of The Trinity. Medieval leaf signatures show that the first two quires were 'f' and 'g'; final versos of quires marked 'Corr.' 1 small miniature with a partial foliate border including bas-de-page scenes, in colours and gold (f.

Historiated initial Medieval leaf signatures show that the first two quires were 'f' and 'g'; final versos of quires marked 'Corr.' 1 small miniature with a partial foliate border including bas-de-page scenes, in colours and gold (f. 1). 4

Text in red. Leitourgikon (containing the texts needed by the celebrant at the Eucharist in the Orothodox church: Liturgies of John Chrysostom, Basil the Great, and the Presanctified) Written in 1644 by Michael, oikonomos, or treasurer of the diocese of

red foliate pen-flourishing. Small initials in plain red or blue. Two leaves of a Missal Compiled by John Hebylthwayte presumably for his own use: inscribed with his name (ff. 1v, 2, 43v).George Gwyllym, 16th-century: inscribed with his name in red

in blue with red foliate pen-flourishing. Small initials in plain red or blue. Two leaves of a Missal Compiled by John Hebylthwayte presumably for his own use: inscribed with his name (ff. 1v, 2, 43v).George Gwyllym, 16th-century: inscribed with his

Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 2).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society of London together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Decorated initials attributed to John Wycliffe (translator) of Clement of Llanthony England

miniature of John, duke of Normandy and his court, at the beginning of chapter 33 of 'Philip of Valois' book. Includes the series of nine miniatures illustrating the visit of the Emperor Charles IV to the King of France, Charles

(f. 160).Included in the list of manuscripts from Lincolnshire houses entitled 'de historiis antiquitatum ac divinitate tractancium', perhaps composed by John Longland, bishop of Lincoln and confessor of Henry VIII, Royal Appendix 69, f. 3 (see Carley 2000).John Leland (b.

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:

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:

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:

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:

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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