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Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

in a different hand (ff. 4-9v).'Oratio valde bona ad dicendum in mane' with a reading from John and a prayer 'Deprecor te, domina mea' omitted after readings from Luke, Matthew and Mark (ff. 64v-68) and added by the same hand

White vine initial 'E'(t si) with decoration extending into the margins at the beginning of the text. According to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, this manuscript was made in the 3rd

order Add. 18197, ff. A-F and ff. G-M.Musical notation. 2 historiated initials in colours and gold, of the Beheading of John the Baptist (f. A) and Lawrence (f. H); with on the reverses, part of one four-line red stave, musical

Circular diagram of the division of the world between Shem, Ham and Japhet. Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter from St Louis to King Charles in Middle English (f. 22v). 12 calendar pages with tinted drawings

Calendar page for March with a man trimming vines (the labour of the month), a ram (Aries), David's harp, saints Gregory, Edward, Cuthbert, Benedict, and a fleur-de-lis (for the Annunciation). Contents very similar to Harley 2332.Prologue to a letter

Partial white vine border with the initial 'M'(ecenas) and the arms of the Del Pugliese family of Florence. ff. 135-136 is a parchment leaf inscribed with a poem in Italian. Partial white vine border in colours and gold with

139, 150, 163, 179, 196v, 210, 233v, 248v, 269, 286). De Civitate Dei (index City of God) Janos Vitez (index John Vitez) (b. c. 1405, d. 1472), Hungarian humanist, bishop of Nagyvárad, and archbishop of Esterzgom, and Petrus Garazda (index

Large initial 'N'(atus) with interlaced foliate decoration, combined with a full white vine border with a wreath enclosing unidentified arms. The decoration, especially the initial on f. 1, is in the Ferrarese manner, according to unpublished notes of A.

Simple border in shaded mauve with a large initial 'A'(pud) with an oak leaf motif, capitals in alternating lines of gold and blue, and a trompe l'oeil seal with the arms of the Della Rovere family. Bound together with

Text page with humanistic script. Bound together with Harley 2708. Simple border in shaded mauve with a large initial in silver on a red ground with an oak leaf motif, capitals in alternating lines of gold and blue, and,

Detail of a white vine initial 'E'(t si) with decoration extending into the margins at the beginning of the text. According to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, this manuscript was made

Front cover of the red leather binding with gold tooling. Horizontal catchwords.The manuscript was written in the 3rd quarter of the 15th century, possibly in Rome, according to unpublished notes of A. C. de la Mare at the Bodleian

Spine of the red leather binding crafted by Thomas Elliot, one of the two binders employed by Edward Harley for this style. The gold-tooled letters of Elliot's name appear in small roundels. Horizontal catchwords.The manuscript was written in the

139, 150, 163, 179, 196v, 210, 233v, 248v, 269, 286). De Civitate Dei (index City of God) Janos Vitez (index John Vitez) (b. c. 1405, d. 1472), Hungarian humanist, bishop of Nagyvárad, and archbishop of Esterzgom, and Petrus Garazda (index

Historiated white vine initial 'I'(n ipso) with Jerome writing combined with a white vine border with birds and the arms of Ludovicus Petronius (index Lodovico Petroni). ff. i and ii are paper flyleaves, ff. iii and [322] are former

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