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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Text pages with marginal commentary and illuminated initial 'S'(ic), at the beginning of Book VI: 'Sic factur lacrimans, classique immittit habenas'. f. I is a paper flyleaf.Marginal commentary (ff. 87v to 97). 18 large initials in gold on red

Headpiece and decorated initial. Spaces left for other miniatures.f. 1 is a paper fragment with notes by Covel pasted to f. [iiv] (see Wright 1972).For the text, see Emile Legrand, ~Bibliothèque grecque vulgaire~ (Paris: H. Welter, 1881), II, pp.

Benedicti papae xii. Atque scriptum et finitum anno dom. MCCCCLV . xx die mensis Decembris, in civitate Cortoniensi' (f. 226v). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 28 August 1724 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The monastery of

Detail of the arms of Ludovicus Petronius, of Siena, in the lower border. Catchwords in the bottom left corner. Pricking holes.The same scribe wrote Harley 4883 in 1451-2. 2 large white vine initials in gold and colours, with the

White vine initials 'R'(em) and 'L'(eonardus) at the beginning of the prefatory texts, with the arms of Ludovicus Petronius, of Siena, in the lower border. Catchwords in the bottom left corner. Pricking holes.The same scribe wrote Harley 4883 in

Coloured initial and musical notations on 4-line staves. The life of Thomas Becket in verse was composed c. 1184. It is based on one by Robert of Cricklade (d. c. 1174), prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, now lost. It

Text page with added notes. The life of Thomas Becket in verse was composed c. 1184. It is based on one by Robert of Cricklade (d. c. 1174), prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, now lost. It can also be

Detail of a text page of St Albans's Annals, datable to 1428-1431 (ff. 100-120). The life of Thomas Becket in verse was composed c. 1184. It is based on one by Robert of Cricklade (d. c. 1174), prior of

king in armour and tabard (King John), presenting a plaque with verses. Unfinished. This manuscript, together with two other manuscripts (London, British Library, Add. 45133 and London, Guildhall Library, Print Room (s.n.)) is known as 'Sir Thomas Holme's Book' because

White vine initial 'I(nter) at the beginning of Aristotle's Politica. Catchwords written horizontally. The whole manuscript is in the same hand, with the exception of f. 75 which appears to be a singleton (possibly added in the late 15th

Detail of a white-vine initial 'Q'(uot igitur). Catchwords written horizontally. The whole manuscript is in the same hand, with the exception of f. 75 which appears to be a singleton (possibly added in the late 15th century to replace

the various books John Harefinch, in 1708: inscriptions 'John Harefinch His Booke 1708', twice, and 'John Harefinch' (f. 274v); 'John Harefinch His Book' (ff. 19v, 20, 47); 'John Harefinch is owner of this book' (f. 74); John Harefinch is the

to 1430), including John Page's poem 'The Siege of Rouen' (imperfect) John Awdeley: inscribed, 15th century, 'Jho John Awdeley squier' (f. 152). perhaps the younger brother of James Tuchet, 7th baron Audley (c. 1463- 1497); this John married an illegitemate

decorated in red ink; large and small red initials, many decorated with foliate or geometric patterns. Liturgy of John Chrysostom, imperfect ? John Jackson (d. 1794), antiquary: his sale, 28 April, 1784, lot 337, possibly bought by Chapman for 2s.Charles

book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as

beginning of book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to

partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him

the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as Henry V, in

1, with a partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and

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