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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

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to foreign marvels, here: the city of Constantinople 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,

Sir John Mandeville meditates on the Church of St. Nicholas in Bethlehem, where the Virgin Mary milked her overflowing breasts onto red marble stones. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

depicting Sir John Mandeville witnessing the griffins of Bacharia. 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:

gold and silver, before the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page frames

'I(n) with bird heads, at the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page

other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Tree of Virtutes John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Cherub John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Ark of Noah John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Rome John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Rome John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Judith John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Esdras John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

over 300 other manuscripts from Theyer's library.Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library. Jerusalem John Dygon John Dygon Peter of Poitiers London England, S. E. (London or Sheen Priory, Surrey?)

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

both John and Genevieve (3rd January, f. 1), and the litany includes Fara, Honorine (f. 175; translated to Conflans Ste. Honorine, near Pontoise, in 1250), and a special listing of widows (f. 175).Added prayer to the Virgin and John for

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