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Historiated initial 'Q'(uantum) with foliate extensions and a man in academic dress (probably Aristotle). f. 1* is a paper flyleaf with a table of contents.Vertical catchwords. 1 large initial in colours with foliate extensions and a man in academic

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

colours and gold (ff. 25, 51v, 74v, 96, 118, 144, 169v, 193, 210v). Display script. De Secundo Bello Punico Inscription: 'John Peachey London 1772' (2nd fllyleaf [f. iv]).James Peachey (b. c. 1722, d. 1808), Bart of Westdean: his book-plate (inside

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)

Full-page frontispiece of Homer seated in a landscape, encircled by a laurel wreath with eight medallions of the muses and, in the four corners, subsidiary medallions of four bearded figures holding books. f. 14 is a half sheet.f. 193

Full white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds and putti, with a title piece flanked by putti, a large white vine initial 'M' and, in the lower margin, a medallion designed for arms. f. 14 is

Pierre Berès 5th sale, 3rd part, at Drouot Richeliue, Paris, 13 December 2006, now in the Morgan Library). We thank John Bidwell, Astor Curator of Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum, for this information.Thomas Shadford Walker (b.

Detail of a miniature in colours and gold showing Pliny writing in his study and a landscape with animals, rivers, the sea, sun and moon. The miniature was painted by Andrea di Firenze, according to unpublished notes of A.

Detail of a white vine initial 'M'. The miniature was painted by Andrea di Firenze, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.Leaf signatures. Catchwords.Written by two scribes and decorated in different

Detail of arms from the lower border of the folio. The miniature was painted by Andrea di Firenze, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.Leaf signatures. Catchwords.Written by two scribes and

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