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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,

established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Stag hunt Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Monkey on horseback playing the harp Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Rabbit riding a dog Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Fox and goose Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Hunting scene Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Dog pursuing an animal Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Man playing trumpet Written by more than one scribe. John le Breton (attributed to) (index Johannes Breton; John Brito; Johannes Britton, John Bretun) England

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

of Pope John XXII. f. [vi] is a paper flyleaf marked as f. 1. 30 three-quarter page miniatures in colours and gold with full borders. 30 initials in colours and gold with foliate extensions. Captions in gold. Headings in red.

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to the earth-dwelling people of Tracoda Island, and the idol-worship of the dog-headed "Cynocephales" on Nacumera Island. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Text page with cadels John Merylynch John Merelynch The Oriel Master Martinus Polanus (index Martin of Troppau) (d. 1278), John Merelynch, Richard Ledrede, bishop of Ossory Glastonbury England, W. (Glastonbury ?)

depicting Sir John Mandeville setting out on his adventures. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

in the land of Prester John ("Ind"). Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying: see Scott

in the lands of Prester John, and the keepers of orchards with fruit that brings long life. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical

the Prologue: Sir John Mandeville sets off on his travels to Jerusalem and beyond. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps

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