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1, vol. 2).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Inscriptions John of Munkgate, clerk of York. John of Munkgate John of Abbeville, and others Fountains abbey England, N. (Fountains abbey)

of John on Patmos with a seven-headed beast rising from the sea, at the beginning of a treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins. Includes the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus (ff. 1-113v) and a treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins,

a miniature of John on Patmos with a seven-headed beast rising from the sea, at the beginning of a treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins. Includes the Romance of Sydrac and Boctus (ff. 1-113v) and a treatise on the Seven

of John sitting on the island of Patmos and writing the first words of his Gospel, ‘In principio’, on a scroll, with an angel, John’s symbol, indicating a Virgin and a Child on the sky, at the beginning of John.

Detail of a miniature of John Lydgate kneeling at the shrine of Edmund, with an illuminated initial 'O', from John Lydgate's Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund. Added table of contents (ff. 109-110). Note that the manuscript includes both pagination

Miniature of John Lydgate kneeling at the shrine of Edmund, with an illuminated initial 'O', from John Lydgate's Lives of Saints Edmund and Fremund. Added table of contents (ff. 109-110). Note that the manuscript includes both pagination and foliation, with

and a list of headings of the index (ff. 233v-235v). Perhaps originally with Cambridge University Library Ms. Gg.4.19, written by John Weston of Lincoln in 1425. Catchwords and bifolium signatures.Numerous pointing hands (maniculae), some with notabilia. 1 foliate initial in

Highlighting of initials in yellow. Bartholomaeus Anglicus, 'De proprietatibus rerum' in the English translation by John Trevisa Probably written not long after 1398, when John Trevisa completed his translation: Kathleen Scott identified the border artist in other manuscripts, including Oxford,

Highlighting of initials in yellow. Bartholomaeus Anglicus, 'De proprietatibus rerum' in the English translation by John Trevisa Probably written not long after 1398, when John Trevisa completed his translation: Kathleen Scott identified the border artist in other manuscripts, including Oxford,

Highlighting of initials in yellow. Bartholomaeus Anglicus, 'De proprietatibus rerum' in the English translation by John Trevisa Probably written not long after 1398, when John Trevisa completed his translation: Kathleen Scott identified the border artist in other manuscripts, including Oxford,

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

hand 'John' (f. 183v) and ' In the name of God a / men the XIIth days / of mays in the yare / y y y / in the name of god amen' (f. 3v) c. 1500. John Theyer

hand 'John' (f. 183v) and ' In the name of God a / men the XIIth days / of mays in the yare / y y y / in the name of god amen' (f. 3v) c. 1500. John Theyer

be identified with John Turke (d. c. 1561), warden of the Company of Stationers of London in 1558.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Table of eclipses John Somer England

hand 'John' (f. 183v) and ' In the name of God a / men the XIIth days / of mays in the yare / y y y / in the name of god amen' (f. 3v) c. 1500. John Theyer

hand 'John' (f. 183v) and ' In the name of God a / men the XIIth days / of mays in the yare / y y y / in the name of god amen' (f. 3v) c. 1500. John Theyer

English or Latin phrases John Scottowe (d. 1607), calligrapher and schoolmaster, writing master of Norwich: inscribed 'per me Johannem Scottowe' on a banderolle next to the letter 'J' (f. 9) (see also Backhouse 1976).Elizabeth and John Dawtry: inscribed with their

English or Latin phrases John Scottowe (d. 1607), calligrapher and schoolmaster, writing master of Norwich: inscribed 'per me Johannem Scottowe' on a banderolle next to the letter 'J' (f. 9) (see also Backhouse 1976).Elizabeth and John Dawtry: inscribed with their

English or Latin phrases John Scottowe (d. 1607), calligrapher and schoolmaster, writing master of Norwich: inscribed 'per me Johannem Scottowe' on a banderolle next to the letter 'J' (f. 9) (see also Backhouse 1976).Elizabeth and John Dawtry: inscribed with their

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