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a miniature of John the Baptist in prison, sending disciples to Christ. ~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

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

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6478.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer's manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 255.Charles

of Christ revisiting souls of John the Baptist, Adam and Eve in Paradise. ~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

61, Bibliothèque Nationale, lat. 1196, Longleat House 24, and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodl. Auct. F. inf. 1. 1, associated with John Whetehamstede, abbot of St. Albans.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. 1 miniature in colours and gold, of the author preaching, with

61, Bibliothèque Nationale, lat. 1196, Longleat House 24, and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodl. Auct. F. inf. 1. 1, associated with John Whetehamstede, abbot of St. Albans.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. 1 miniature in colours and gold, of the author preaching, with

61, Bibliothèque Nationale, lat. 1196, Longleat House 24, and Oxford, Bodleian Library, Bodl. Auct. F. inf. 1. 1, associated with John Whetehamstede, abbot of St. Albans.Catchwords and bifolium signatures. 1 miniature in colours and gold, of the author preaching, with

century.Unidentified owner, 15th century: inscription (f. 232).Foliated in red pencil, in the manner of Matthew Parker (b. 1504, d. 1575), John Parker (b. 1548, d. 1619), and others; annotated in English and Latin (e.g. ff. 113v, 159), and Greek (f.

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

by Jean Galopes, dean of Saint-Louis de la Saussaye (diocese of Evreux), chaplain of Henry V of England, and of John, duke of Bedford, were composed for Henry V probably c. 1420. Another contemporary copy of this text is Cambridge,

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