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'Chr' Towneley' ( f. 1). Richard Towneley, in 1702: his book-plate with the date (f. 2v); inscriptions 'T.283' (f. 3). John Hirst of Ladcastle, Dobcross, purchased at his sale at Sotheby's 14 December 1887 by the British Museum, using the

Detail of text page f. I is a paper flyleaf.Marginal commentary (ff. 87v to 97). 18 large initials in gold on red and blue grounds with red, blue, and brown penwork decoration (ff. 1, 1v, 2, 16, 16v, 32v,

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

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

Illuminated initial 'H'(enry) and three-sided foliate border, at the beginning of the statutes of the reign of Henry IV Ff. 283-288v contain added texts, headed 'Declaracio R ducis Ebor. et alior(um)' and beginning 'Where that Edmunde late duc of

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

Three puzzle initials 'M'(atheus), 'M'(atheus) and 'L'(iber), with pen-flourishing and one with a lion, at the beginning of two prologues to and at the beginning of Matthew; in the outer margin is a threaded book-mark. Catchwords; quire marks (in

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