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of the execution of John the Baptist. ~Meditationes vitae Christi~ attributed here to Bonaventure, translated as ~Le Livre doré des meditations de la vie de nostre seigneur Jesu Christ~ by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of

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

a shell, in a lower left corner, at the beginning of Psalm 1. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the

the historiated initial. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated with a group

of John. Bound In four volumes: vol. 1 (ff. 1-144), vol. 2 (ff. 145-284v), vol. 3 (ff. 285-412), vol. 4 (ff. 413-532), originally probably in two (ff. 1-284 and 285-532).Contains the early version of the Bible Historiale, a French adaptation

of John on Patmos. Bound In four volumes: vol. 1 (ff. 1-144), vol. 2 (ff. 145-284v), vol. 3 (ff. 285-412), vol. 4 (ff. 413-532), originally probably in two (ff. 1-284 and 285-532).Contains the early version of the Bible Historiale, a

border, at the beginning of Psalm 38. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149).

the beginning of Psalm 109. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated with

the beginning of Psalm 109. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated with

foliate border, at the beginning of Psalm 1. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff.

border, at the beginning of Psalm 52. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149).

foliate border, at the beginning of Psalm 52. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff.

at the beginning of Psalm 68. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated

the beginning of Psalm 68. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated with

coffin, at the beginning of Psalm 114. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149).

at the beginning of Psalm 114. Part 2 contains a preface by John Somer (ff. 1-2v), and a calendar (ff. 3v-9). The Psalter section (Part 1) includes a litany (ff. 138-143) and the Office of the Dead (ff. 144-149). Associated

~Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae~ (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 7746).Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Ownership inscription John Lutton John Lutton Reading England, S. E. (Reading?)

Catherine Burghe [widow of William de Burgh, Lord Burgh], to whom it descended from her mother, Elizabeth [daughter of Sir John Blount, mistress of Henry VIII] wife, successively, of [Gilbert Talboys] Lord Talboys, and [Edward Clinton] Lord Clinton, afterwards Earl

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