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abridged Numerous medieval and post-medieval added inscriptions in Greek, English and Latin (ff. 1*v, 2*v, 265v, 266). John Bentley: inscribed in 1587 'John Bentley aetatis sue xxxiiii, fe. viii 1587 Anno eliza xxx' (f. 4v).Thomas Cotton, 16th century: inscribed with

or red ink. Epitome historiarum Pompeii Trogi Inscribed colophon: 'Explicit feliciter. Anno dominj m^o^cccc Lj die vij Septembris' (f. 84). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold on 17 June 1721 to Edward Harley (~Diary~ 1966).The Harley Collection, formed by Robert

miniature of John writing, with his symbol, the eagle, warding off a winged demon behind him. The miniature on f. 17 includes a shield with the arms of France. 24 calendar roundels, in colours and gold, in the calendar (ff.

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

of John on Patmos, decorated initial 'I'(n) and full foliate borders, at the beginning of the Gospel Lessons. 18 full-page miniatures with large decorated initials and full foliate borders, in colours and gold (ff. 13, 14v, 16, 17v, 26, 46v,

of John writing, with his symbol, the eagle, warding off a winged demon behind him, with an illuminated initial 'I'(n) and a full foliate border. The miniature on f. 17 includes a shield with the arms of France. 24 calendar

or red ink. Epitome historiarum Pompeii Trogi Inscribed colophon: 'Explicit feliciter. Anno dominj m^o^cccc Lj die vij Septembris' (f. 84). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold on 17 June 1721 to Edward Harley (~Diary~ 1966).The Harley Collection, formed by Robert

Hexahemeron, and the Confessionum Liber The Benedictine cathedral priory of St Cuthbert, Durham: inscribed with the name of the prior John Wessington (see below).John Wessington (c.1371-1451), prior of Durham cathedral priory, prior 1416-1446: 15th-century ownership inscription with his name (3v).Thomas

Hexahemeron, and the Confessionum Liber The Benedictine cathedral priory of St Cuthbert, Durham: inscribed with the name of the prior John Wessington (see below).John Wessington (c.1371-1451), prior of Durham cathedral priory, prior 1416-1446: 15th-century ownership inscription with his name (3v).Thomas

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

after 1461 (f. 2v).Inscription 'Suis Guilick ? Bahyer 1500' (ff. 4, 5).William Bowyer, owned by him in 1566; used by John Stow (see Title 1997).? Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, (b. 1571, d. 1631), 1st baronet, antiquary and politician: see Kingsford

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Puzzle initial 'I.M.' and other scribes I.M. John of Wales (index John of Waleys, Johannes Gualensis, Ioannes Gallensis) England

c. 1375-c. 1420, no. 906 (see St Augustine's Abbey 2008). John Twyne (b. c.1505, d. 1581), schoolmaster and antiquary, perhaps owned by him: inscribed 'Twyne' in the hand of John Dee, antiquary (b. 1527, d.1609), in the entry of the

Circular diagram against lightning; below, a diagram connected with solar and lunar cycles. ff. 23-27 are paper leaves from another manuscript containing recipes in a cursive script. Bound with British Library, Royal 17 B XLIX and Royal 17 B

in plain red or blue, some with reserved designs. Travels of Sir John Mandeville ? The Benedictine Abbey of St Albans (see below).? Willyam Caxton, by 1490 (see below).? Richard Tottyl, London, by 1579 (see below).Hugh Tuthill, descendant of Tottyl

in plain red or blue, some with reserved designs. Travels of Sir John Mandeville ? The Benedictine Abbey of St Albans (see below).? Willyam Caxton, by 1490 (see below).? Richard Tottyl, London, by 1579 (see below).Hugh Tuthill, descendant of Tottyl

'Soc. Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society of London together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Detail John Capgrave, and others Campsey England, S. E. (Campsey)

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