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in plain red or blue, some with reserved designs. Travels of Sir John Mandeville ? The Benedictine Abbey of St Albans (see below).? Willyam Caxton, by 1490 (see below).? Richard Tottyl, London, by 1579 (see below).Hugh Tuthill, descendant of Tottyl

in plain red or blue, some with reserved designs. Travels of Sir John Mandeville ? The Benedictine Abbey of St Albans (see below).? Willyam Caxton, by 1490 (see below).? Richard Tottyl, London, by 1579 (see below).Hugh Tuthill, descendant of Tottyl

in colours and gold (ff. 24, 48v, 69, 89v, 109v, 131v, 156, 179, 196). Ab urbe condita (the Third Decade) John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer; sold to Harley on 13 September 1722 (see ~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed

White vine initial 'M'(undum). There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in plummet; horizontal catchwords. Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the Medici coat of arms in the lower margin, supported by

Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the Medici coat of arms in the lower margin, supported by putti, and a white vine initial 'L'(ibros). There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in

Detail of a folio: Incipit: 'ramento capitur cum cetera…' Explicit: 'quinquagenas libras lundens cumi' There is a ruled leaf after f. 175.Ruled in plummet; horizontal catchwords. Three-sided white vine border in colours and gold, inhabited by birds, with the

Puzzle initial 'P'(romissiones) with pen-flourishing at the beginning of book 17 in Augustine's De civitate dei. A 13th-century hand has corrected the capitula list in the lower margin. ff. 1-[2a] are medieval parchment flyleaves.Text divided into sections designated by

Xixti (6 August and 20 September); Afra (7 August); Willibrord (7 November).Ampersands.f. 8-8v contains the beginning of the Gospel of John (the Easter reading), with decoration consonant with the rest of the manuscript.Multi-coloured stitching in the margin of ff. 95,

blue or red. Sir John Paston's 'Grete Booke', a miscellany, including the challenge of an Auncestre of Therle of Warrewik (ff. 16-17v); the tournament between Lord Scales and the Bastard of Burgundy (ff. 18-22v; 29v-43) Sir John Paston (II) (b.

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

d'Alexandre) (index De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni; Historia Alexandri Magni) Philippe de Cluis (Cluys), Knight of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and Bailiff of the Morea: purchased by him in 1475: dated inscription (f. 13); the arms of

blue or red. Sir John Paston's 'Grete Booke', a miscellany, including the challenge of an Auncestre of Therle of Warrewik (ff. 16-17v); the tournament between Lord Scales and the Bastard of Burgundy (ff. 18-22v; 29v-43) Sir John Paston (II) (b.

blue or red. Sir John Paston's 'Grete Booke', a miscellany, including the challenge of an Auncestre of Therle of Warrewik (ff. 16-17v); the tournament between Lord Scales and the Bastard of Burgundy (ff. 18-22v; 29v-43) Sir John Paston (II) (b.

blue or red. Sir John Paston's 'Grete Booke', a miscellany, including the challenge of an Auncestre of Therle of Warrewik (ff. 16-17v); the tournament between Lord Scales and the Bastard of Burgundy (ff. 18-22v; 29v-43) Sir John Paston (II) (b.

blue or red. Sir John Paston's 'Grete Booke', a miscellany, including the challenge of an Auncestre of Therle of Warrewik (ff. 16-17v); the tournament between Lord Scales and the Bastard of Burgundy (ff. 18-22v; 29v-43) Sir John Paston (II) (b.

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