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manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

manuscripts produced for John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury: Royal 15 E VI, a collection of romances presented to Margaret of Anjou in honour of her marriage to Henry VI in 1445; and Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, 40.1950, the 'John Talbot Book

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to the earth-dwelling people of Tracoda Island, and the idol-worship of the dog-headed "Cynocephales" on Nacumera Island. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

depicting Sir John Mandeville setting out on his adventures. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

in the land of Prester John ("Ind"). Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying: see Scott

in the lands of Prester John, and the keepers of orchards with fruit that brings long life. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical

the Prologue: Sir John Mandeville sets off on his travels to Jerusalem and beyond. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps

depicting Sir John Mandeville as a witness to foreign marvels, here: the city of Constantinople Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape,

Sir John Mandeville meditates on the Church of St. Nicholas in Bethlehem, where the Virgin Mary milked her overflowing breasts onto red marble stones. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of

depicting Sir John Mandeville witnessing the griffins of Bacharia. Written in a Norfolk dialect. Combination of the beginning of text B with the end of text A (Doyle, 1986).Made in a vertical quarto shape, perhaps for travel or for carrying:

at the beginning of John Capgrave's Life of Catherine. 1 large initial in red with pen-flourishing in brown (f. 1). Smaller initials in plain red. Capital letters highlighted in red. The Life of Catherine (ff. 1-117v), etc. Table for Easter

gold and silver, before the beginning of John. The shelfmark 'AII' and the title on the fore-edge in Latin in black ink and '3' on the top edge of the leaves. Matthew and Mark were presumably 'AI'. 4 full-page frames

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