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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,

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

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

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

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

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

(~formerly~ Fitzmaurice) (b. 1737, d. 1805), 2nd earl of Shelburne and 1st marquess of Lansdowne, prime minister: his book-plate (f. [ii]); purchased by the British Museum together with 1244 other Lansdowne manuscripts in 1807. Detail John Wylde John Wylde England

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