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112-157). Collection of 45 minor poems including The Legend of Saint Austin at Compton (ff. 24-32), The Testament of Dan John Lydgate (ff. 47-66v), Fabula duorum mercatorum (ff. 72-88), and the Hood of Green (ff. 153v-156v), imperfect ? The Benedictine

112-157). Collection of 45 minor poems including The Legend of Saint Austin at Compton (ff. 24-32), The Testament of Dan John Lydgate (ff. 47-66v), Fabula duorum mercatorum (ff. 72-88), and the Hood of Green (ff. 153v-156v), imperfect ? The Benedictine

112-157). Collection of 45 minor poems including The Legend of Saint Austin at Compton (ff. 24-32), The Testament of Dan John Lydgate (ff. 47-66v), Fabula duorum mercatorum (ff. 72-88), and the Hood of Green (ff. 153v-156v), imperfect ? The Benedictine

in the other colour. De grammaticis et rhetoribus (ff. 2-14v); Dialogus de oratoribus (ff. 15-42v) Written by John Free, probably in Padua, for John Tiptoft, earl of Worcester (b. 1427, d. 1470), administrator and humanist: his arms and crest (f.

initial 'O' in blue with a full border of pink, green, and blue acanthus leaves with gold and foliate spray; John de Vere's shield partially covers the top portion of the decorated 'O' (Thoughtful) (f. 1). Miniature of the Tree

a bloodletting man. John Somer's calendar provides lunar conjunctions of the 19-year Metonic cycle beginning on 1387, 1406, 1425, 1444. The saints in the calendar correspond to those in calendars for the use of Sarum produced in Southern England.One of

Zodiac man. John Somer's calendar provides lunar conjunctions of the 19-year Metonic cycle beginning on 1387, 1406, 1425, 1444. The saints in the calendar correspond to those in calendars for the use of Sarum produced in Southern England.One of 29

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. Drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to

ff. 1-3 are paper leaves.The name John Siferwas occurs in the Sherborne Missal with 'Illuminator': see Scoft 1996 p. 62. Large initials with foliate decoration and full borders in colours and gold (ff. 21, 22). Small initials in gold with

border. ff. 1-3 are paper leaves.The name John Siferwas occurs in the Sherborne Missal with 'Illuminator': see Scoft 1996 p. 62. Large initials with foliate decoration and full borders in colours and gold (ff. 21, 22). Small initials in gold

ff. 1-3 are paper leaves.The name John Siferwas occurs in the Sherborne Missal with 'Illuminator': see Scoft 1996 p. 62. Large initials with foliate decoration and full borders in colours and gold (ff. 21, 22). Small initials in gold with

fraction of their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Initial John Gunthorpe John Gunthorpe Lucius Annaeus Seneca Ferrara Ferrara, Italy

Includes a genealogy and chronological diagrams at the end including a diagram (ff. 235v-236) listing the archbishops of Canterbury to John Stafford (archbishop from 1443, d. 1452) and the popes to Pius II (elected 1458, d. 1464) (ff. 229v-236).Added index

(including Pope Nicholas V who commissioned this translation, and a copy of Pisanello's medallion of Emperor John VIII Palaeologus), mythological all'antica scenes (Pegasus, mermaid, man and centaur), and an unidentified coat of arms, at the beginning of the dedication to

ff. 86v, 99). Running headers, rubrics, and underlining in red. Capitals marked in red. Eighty-eight sermons on the Gospel of John (index Homiliae 88 in S. Johannem) Shelfmark: 'no. 259 h' (f. 1v).Johann Georg Graevius (b. 1632, d. 1703), German

decorated initials (ff. 12, 22v) in light brown. Initials and running titles in light brown. Iliad, highly imperfect Written by John Rhosos of Crete (d. 1498): see Gamillscheg and Harlfinger 1981.ff. 1-18:The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661,

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. Drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to

4 March 1793, lot 1201, bought by Egerton for £4 14s. 6d.John Egerton, ~Catalogue of Books, including the Library of John Smeaton … and Many Other Collections~, 1794, item 1506, priced £12 12s.Charles Burney (b. 1757, d. 1817), D.D., classical

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