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the French throne receiving his crown, robe, helm, sword and shield, with mounted knights in the lower border (f. 2). John Tyson, 15th century: inscribed with his name (f. 141).John Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: a

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

of the Theatines, founded in Rome in 1524]: late-16th century book stamp (entirely effaced): 'BIBLIOTECAE S. ANDREAE ROMAE' (f. 2). John Wright, librarian to George Henry Hay, 7th earl of Kinnoull and husband of Abigail, youngest daughter of Robert Harley:

initials, rubrics, marginal numbers of psalms and running titles in light brown. Psalter, imperfect, including Odes (ff. 153-169). Written by John Rhosos of Crete (d. 1498): signed and dated Rome, 16 July 1478 (f. 170).? Alexander Farnese (b. 1468, d.

of John writing (f. 19)). 6 historiated initials in ochre with gold acanthus leaves of Christ appearing to the Mary Magdalene, the Virgin and Child in bust as the Apocalyptic Woman (f. 3v), Christ (f. 4v), the Virgin and John

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.

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.

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

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