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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,

Text page with a marginal note by Humfrey, duke of Gloucester. Catchwords and bifolium signatures. Numerous pointing hand (maniculae). 1 miniature in colours and gold of a king enthroned in council, with a full border and a foliate initial

Santa Maria degli Angeli in 1798; his sale 11 May 1838, lot 181; purchased by Lloyd for £4 4s. Reverend John Fuller Russell (b. 1813, d. 1884), ecclesiastical historian: his sale 26 June 1885, lot 124.George Salting (b. 1835, d.

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

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

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

condita' 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,

Silvestro dei Gherarducci', in ~Dizionario Biografico dei Miniatori Italiani: Secoli IX-XVI~, ed. by Milvia Bollati (Milano: Bonnard, 2004), p. 939.). John Matthew Gutch (b. 1776, d. 1861), journalist and author: his sale, 16 March 1858, lot 1831: purchased by the

2 large initials in colours, at the beginning of the prologue and Book 1 (ff. 4, 5v). 6 large puzzle initials in red and blue, with red and blue pen-flourishing, at the beginning of Books 2-7 (ff. 42, 72,

2 large initials in colours, at the beginning of the prologue and Book 1 (ff. 4, 5v). 6 large puzzle initials in red and blue, with red and blue pen-flourishing, at the beginning of Books 2-7 (ff. 42, 72,

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