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de Someren of Utrecht, for the Church of St John Baptist, Utrecht, 1510, four Latin verses stating that Gervasius de Someren presented the manuscript in 1510 to the Church of St John Baptist: inscribed 'Annis verbgene quingentis mille peractis. Et

de Someren of Utrecht, for the Church of St John Baptist, Utrecht, 1510, four Latin verses stating that Gervasius de Someren presented the manuscript in 1510 to the Church of St John Baptist: inscribed 'Annis verbgene quingentis mille peractis. Et

two columns of text, containing a miniature of John the Baptist preaching, an illuminated initial 'M', an illuminated initial 'I'(n), with partial foliate borders, from the Book of Mark. 14 large historiated initials (ff. 1, 28v, 156v, 168, 169v, 171v,

between two columns of text, containing a miniature of John the Baptist preaching, from the Book of Mark. 14 large historiated initials (ff. 1, 28v, 156v, 168, 169v, 171v, 173, 175v, 242, 262, 265v, 267v, 275, 291). 2 full foliate

White vine initial 'Q'(uam) at the beginning of De officiis. Part 1: original foliation. Ends with a table of contents (ff. 87v-89) Large white vine initials in colours at the beginning of each book (ff. 1, 38v, 61). Coloured

White vine initial 'Q'(uemadmodum) in colours at the beginning of the book. Part 1: original foliation. Ends with a table of contents (ff. 87v-89) Large white vine initials in colours at the beginning of each book (ff. 1, 38v,

Detail of white vine initial 'Q'(uam) at the beginning of De officiis. Part 1: original foliation. Ends with a table of contents (ff. 87v-89) Large white vine initials in colours at the beginning of each book (ff. 1, 38v,

possibly by, Luigi Piero Guicciardini, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford. John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 9 November 1721, but the manuscript is not inscribed as

Historiated initial 'C'(um) depicting a layman in profile (Priscian?) holding a book, at the beginning of Priscian's Grammatica maior. The outlines of the initials on ff. 4, 4v, 150v, and perhaps elsewhere, have been pricked as if for pouncing.

lot 1567; bought by Chapman for 12s. 6d.? King & Chapman, booksellers; their catalogue 15 November 1790, lot 2746. ? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer: inscribed in pencil ‘A Dictionary of the Bible [Wrote] About Anno,

Initial 'D' with pen-flourishing, in Priscian's Grammatica maior. The outlines of the initials on ff. 4, 4v, 150v, and perhaps elsewhere, have been pricked as if for pouncing. 1 large historiated initial, with partial border, in colours (f. 4).

Detail of historiated initial. The outlines of the initials on ff. 4, 4v, 150v, and perhaps elsewhere, have been pricked as if for pouncing. 1 large historiated initial, with partial border, in colours (f. 4). Large and small initials

Detail of decorated initial. The outlines of the initials on ff. 4, 4v, 150v, and perhaps elsewhere, have been pricked as if for pouncing. 1 large historiated initial, with partial border, in colours (f. 4). Large and small initials

Ink drawing of a hunting scene with a boar, a stag, hunters, dogs and a hare (continued on the opposite page). Watermark visible on f. [ii] (similar to C. M. Briquet, ~Les Filigranes: Dictionnaire historique des marques du papier

almanac. A portable physician's folding almanac based on the 'Kalendarium' of John Somer (d. in or after 1409), Franciscan friar at Bridgwater and astronomer.One of 29 English folding almanacs, of which 10 are in the British Library: see Carey 2003.

1462. A portable physician's folding almanac based on the 'Kalendarium' of John Somer (d. in or after 1409), Franciscan friar at Bridgwater and astronomer.One of 29 English folding almanacs, of which 10 are in the British Library: see Carey 2003.

folding almanac based on the 'Kalendarium' of John Somer (d. in or after 1409), Franciscan friar at Bridgwater and astronomer.One of 29 English folding almanacs, of which 10 are in the British Library: see Carey 2003. Initials in gold on

initials. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from Latin into English verse to

Sweyn, the king of the Danes. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund from

of Sweyn, the king of the Danes. John Lydgate (probably from Lidgate or Lydgate, 10 miles from Bury), a monk of the abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, translated this work on the life of king Edmund and his cousin Fremund

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