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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.

brown of urine glasses (ff. 21v-30; 47v-48). Drawings of eclipses (ff. 15v-16v). Guide letters. Astrological-medical miscellany, including a calendar of John Somer followed by tables of solar and lunar eclipses; the Secretum secretorum; a treatise by Rasis on complexions (f.

brown of urine glasses (ff. 21v-30; 47v-48). Drawings of eclipses (ff. 15v-16v). Guide letters. Astrological-medical miscellany, including a calendar of John Somer followed by tables of solar and lunar eclipses; the Secretum secretorum; a treatise by Rasis on complexions (f.

Detail of a miniature of the Royal arms of England, at the end of the dedicatory letter addressed to Henry VIII. 1 full border including a miniature of Ursula and eleven thousand virgins, in colours and gold, at the

Detail of a miniature in the lower panel of a border of Ursula and eleventh thousend virgins, at the beginning of book 1. 1 full border including a miniature of Ursula and eleven thousand virgins, in colours and gold,

Decorated initial 'D'(omine) at the beginning of the Hours of Saint Anne. Horizontal catchwords.Added medical recipes and charmsff. 234-40 are parchment flyleaves with various added texts and inscriptions relating to ownership.Includes: a Calendar (ff. 1-6v); Hours of the Virgin

Decorated initial 'D'(omine). Horizontal catchwords.Added medical recipes and charmsff. 234-40 are parchment flyleaves with various added texts and inscriptions relating to ownership.Includes: a Calendar (ff. 1-6v); Hours of the Virgin (Use of Sarum), with suffrages after Lauds, the Short

Pen-flourished initial 'T'(he book), with a marginal extension, at the beginning of Matthew. Includes a table of lections according to the use of Salisbury (ff. 4-13v) and the New Testament, in the earlier Wycliffite version (translation completed c. 1382).Catchwords

Illuminated initial 'B'(eatus) with a full border, at the beginning of Psalm 1. Illuminated by a French artist, another manuscript decorated by him is Vatican Library, Vat. Lat. 14936, the 'Hours of Catherine de Medici'. Includes the preface 'Psalterium

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

portcullis and chains surmounted by a coronet (f. 1); 'possibly to be identified as the "greatte volume of velom named John Bokas lymned" owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort' (see Carley 2000).Inscribed in a late 15th-century hand, 'The booke of the

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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