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Baptism of Christ by John the Baptist. The conclusions of each section of text are written in geometric shapes.Part of the 'Nicaea School', (see Carr 2005 p. 40).ff. 1* and 269 are paper leaves. 22 full-page or large miniatures in

the beginning of John. The conclusions of each section of text are written in geometric shapes.Part of the 'Nicaea School', (see Carr 2005 p. 40).ff. 1* and 269 are paper leaves. 22 full-page or large miniatures in colours and gold,

Decorated initial 'U'(trum) and white vine border with flowers, a winged putto, birds, a gem, and 2 compartments with rabbits, at the beginning of the text. Catchwords.Very clean manuscript: no marginal annotations.This manuscript was made in Florence c. 1470-c.

with the Virgin Mary and John the Baptist, and the Resurrection of the Souls. Decorated initial in gold and colours, and full foliate border. 8 roundels with partial foliate borders, in colours and gold, in the calendar (ff. 1-9v); 2

woman (f. 76v). At least 1 full-page miniature missing (after f. 60). 3 smaller miniatures in colours and gold, of John, the Crucifixion, and the Annunciation (ff. 13, 15, 22v), with large initials in gold on red panels, and full

gold initials on coloured grounds (ff. 4, 4v, 14v, 21v, 33v, 44v, 56, 63v, 76, 88v, 101). Ethica (index Ethics) John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Edward Harley on 22 June 1726 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection,

Initial 'A'(dam) with foliate and spray decoration. The manuscript contains the second version of the Latin Brut, which covers a period from Albina to the murder of James I of Scotland in 1437, with a brief account of the

the Gospel of John, chapter 5, verses 2-7. This is source Z in the studies of the Latin New Testament (Wordsworth and White; Bonifatius Fischer). Corrections in a contemporary hand in slanting uncial employ a Greek style of syllabification recalling

White vine initial 'Q'(uintus) and partial border at the beginning of Cicero's De amicitia. Offsets in the lower margins of ff. 42 and 43 were caused by the blue initials at the top of ff. 32 and 36. 3

White vine initial 'A'(nimadverti) at the beginning of Cicero's Paradoxa. Offsets in the lower margins of ff. 42 and 43 were caused by the blue initials at the top of ff. 32 and 36. 3 white vine initials, in

Illuminated white vine initial 'O' at the beginning of Cicero's De senectute. Offsets in the lower margins of ff. 42 and 43 were caused by the blue initials at the top of ff. 32 and 36. 3 white vine

Detail of illuminated initial. Offsets in the lower margins of ff. 42 and 43 were caused by the blue initials at the top of ff. 32 and 36. 3 white vine initials, in colours and gold (ff. 2, 31,

Detail of lower border. Offsets in the lower margins of ff. 42 and 43 were caused by the blue initials at the top of ff. 32 and 36. 3 white vine initials, in colours and gold (ff. 2, 31,

Henry II, Richard, and John, and their children shown in circles. Large concentric circles in red around the names. Continuous line in red connecting the circles at the upper margin (ff. 2v-23). Genealogical roll of the kings of England to

Extracts (ff. 33v-52) Written in 1545: colophon ( f. 358).The monastery of St Catherine, Mount Sinai: inscription (f. 1). ? John Spencer Smith, minister plenipotentiary to Turkey: sale catalogue notices that the manuscript was 'collected by one of His Majesty's

Extracts (ff. 33v-52) Written in 1545: colophon ( f. 358).The monastery of St Catherine, Mount Sinai: inscription (f. 1). ? John Spencer Smith, minister plenipotentiary to Turkey: sale catalogue notices that the manuscript was 'collected by one of His Majesty's

(b. 1756, d. 1829), founder of the collection. White vine initial The scribe of the Ferrara Strabo The scribe of the Ferrara Strabo John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus), translated by Georgius Trapezuntius (index George of Trebizond) Florence Italy, Central (Florence)

Decorated initial 'I'(n the name of God). f. 1 is a parchment leaf with various pen trials and inscriptions. Two parchment fragments have been pasted onto this folio.f. 2 is inscribed, 'henricus octavus dei gracia' and bears the ownership

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