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Detail of the arms of Aragon and the mottos: BIEN ELIR (with the tassel of pearls) and POR BIEN FINIR (with bundle of maces). The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in Rome. The miniaturist, Gaspare da Padova,

Detail of faceted initial 'H'(ebreos) with a putto reading from a book. The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in Rome. The miniaturist, Gaspare da Padova, also known as the Master of the Vatican Homer, worked for various

Detail of faceted initial 'M'(oyse) with putti clambering to the top of the letter, which is decorated with the arms of Aragon. The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in Rome. The miniaturist, Gaspare da Padova, also known

Detail of faceted initial 'Q'(uibus) with carnations and moto: 'SUST[I]NIRE'. The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in Rome. The miniaturist, Gaspare da Padova, also known as the Master of the Vatican Homer, worked for various patrons, including

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

a bend dancetty azure charged in chief with a six-pointed star argent erased, but visible under ultraviolet light (f. 219).Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms of a wolf rampant erased (f. 219); includes autograph greetings to

de Pordenone, Merveilles de la terre d'outremer, written in 1330 and translated by Jean de Vignay in 1331 (ff. 136v-148); John of Plano Carpini, Travels to the East in the abridgement of Vincent de Beauvais, Speculum Historiale 32, 2-66, in

a miniature of John the Baptist baptising Christ. Volume 4 of a set that includes Royal MS 18 D IX and Royal MS 18 D X; it is not known whether the third volume ever existed.Contains the second edition of

of John the Baptist baptising Christ, with a partial border. Volume 4 of a set that includes Royal MS 18 D IX and Royal MS 18 D X; it is not known whether the third volume ever existed.Contains the second

Detail of the colophon: 'Anno dominicae incarnationis M^o^CCCC^o^LXX^o^ & vii^a^ decembris opus hoc consumatum est: die autum veneris summo mane. Laus & gloria sit omnipotenti yhu xpo per infinita secula'. Probably the second of two volumes; the first volume

Detail of faceted initial 'D'(e) with a pair of dolphins, and, in the border, a lioness seizing a ram and the arms and mottos of Aragon: BIEN ELIR and SUST[I]NIRE. The manuscript was copied in Florence and illuminated in

of John the Evangelist in Patmos, with a full border and a foliate initial 'S'(aint), at the beginning of the life of John. Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

(?) (f. 88v); 'I tell you plyn of John Hanum [. . . ] (f. 102v); 'William Wylkensone' (f. 111v); 'Thomas Cowpland, John Bolton, Robert Spynk, Garry Jacson, James Loueden, Thomas Tomson, John Best, Richard Hilborn (f. 172); Harry bramam'

'F' of John the Baptist. Italian cuttings.Add. 18161 is also attributed to the Master of the Donato Commission (see Minazzato).These leaves are bound together with other mounted cuttings as Add. 22310. To see these leaves in the Manuscripts Reading Room

that most of John Prise's religious manuscripts came from such houses.Sir John Prise (alias Sion ap Rhys, b. 1502 or 1503, d. 1555): 'John Prise: is Owner of this booke' (f. 2); cf. N. R. Ker, 'Sir John Prise', ~The

decorated in red ink; large and small red initials, many decorated with foliate or geometric patterns. Liturgy of John Chrysostom, imperfect ? John Jackson (d. 1794), antiquary: his sale, 28 April, 1784, lot 337, possibly bought by Chapman for 2s.Charles

with a full border containing the arms of John Doone, and a foliate initial 'A'(pres). Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John Donne's Book of Hours (Louvain-la-Neuve, Université Catholique de

Viscount Fauconberg (between 1718 and 1774: his heraldic book-plate (inside upper cover). John Jackson, 19th century: inscribed his name (1st flyleaf).Bought by the British Museum from Rev. John C. Jackson, 8 December 1866 (note on 1st flyleaf), using the Farnborough

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