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Pen-flourished initials Vertical catchwords. Alternating initials in blue with red pen-flourishing or in red with violet pen-flourishing. Rubrics in red (now faded). Meditations on the Life of Christ Written in 1454 by Jacobus de Parma in Bologna for Frater

Historiated initial 'Q'(ui) of the Resurrected Christ, with foliate extensions and gold besants. Written by several scribes, one of whom wrote the lists of ~capitula~ (ff. 1-4) and the text on ff. 5-106v. Several others wrote ff. 107-199 (see

Large white vine initial 'O'(mnes) enclosing a putto, with a butterfly in the margin, at the beginning of the text. Giovanni di Stia was a Florentine notary.Explicit followed by 4 verses 'Roma vetus veteres […] Quorum consilio precipitata ruis'

White vine initial 'H'(erbarum) with a butterfly. ff. 1 and 2 are parchment flyleaves.ff. 1 and [46] are former pastedowns.Marginal notes list ailments for which the various herbs are recommended. 1 large white vine initial in gold, purple, blue

collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Saturn Giovanni Boccaccio, translation by John Lydgate based on translation by Laurent de Premierfait England, S. (Bury St Edmunds?)

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of Hours ('The Entwisle Hours'), Use of Sarum ? Sir Bertin Entwisle (d. 1455), and his wife Lucy, daughter of John Ashtan, whom Bertin married in 1437: arms (f. 41), and portrait of a lady (f. 125).Inscribed 'Baronstad' (f. 153).Sir

of John the Evangelist writing on a scroll on the island of Patmos, with his symbol, the eagle, nearby; behind him a demon peeks around a rock and upsets John's inkwell, with full foliate borders, at the beginning of the

of John the Evangelist, holding a martyr's palm and a chalice in which a spider spins, with a full foliate border, at the beginning of his suffrage. A bond by Jean, Bastard d'Orléans, Comte de Dunois et de Longueville, to

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6542.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. 136.Charles

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