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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Partial white vine border; white vine initial 'N'(el); and the arms of the Tedaldi family of Florence or Cremona: barry ~or~ and ~gules~, a lion rampant ~azure~ overall. No catchwords or signatures. Partial white vine border in blue, green,

Initial in foliate design in a foliate design, in gold and colours, inhabited by snakes. The text corresponds to Dorotheos of Moenmbasia's 'Bible History', but with significant variations.The manuscript has an old pagination '1-1723' in ink (ff. 1-861). Headpiece

White vine initial 'P'(lutarchus) at the beginning of the text. Guide letters. Catchwords written vertically. Leaf signatures. 19 large white vine initials (ff. 2v, 18v, 34v, 45v, 54v, 65, 73, 86, 95v, 107v, 115v, 125v, 140, 149v, 159v, 169,

acanthus leaves, flowers, fruits, besants, and birds, of the Crucifixion (f. 12v), the Last Judgment (f. 17v), Bridget (f. 47v), John the Evangelist (f. 77v), Barbara (f. 81v), and the Assumption of the Virgin (f. 83v). 1 small miniature combined

Partial white vine border with a large historiated initial 'L'(eo) with a portrait of Pope Leo I in his study and a smaller white vine initial 'L'(eo). f. 1 is a parchment flyleaf.This manuscript was written by the same

Full white vine border inhabited by putti and a bird, a miniature of a young man presenting a book to a pope, and a coat of arms in the lower margin. f. 376 is a blank parchment leaf.f. 377

White vine initial 'Q'(uaecumque) with a portrait of Pope Pius II (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini) in profile. Horizontal catchwords.The manuscript was written in the 3rd quarter of the 15th century, possibly in Rome, according to unpublished notes of A. C.

Large gold initial with white vine decoration extending in the margin and small gold initial on a coloured ground with contrasting tracery. Index of contents (ff. 1-2v).Contemporary glosses and notabilia in cursive hand. White vine initial in colours and

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Illuminated border and initial Giovanni Boccaccio, translation by John Lydgate based on a translation by Laurent de Premierfait England

White vine initial 'F'(ortitudo) at the beginning of the text and wreath in the lower margin enclosing a blank space originally intended for a heraldic motif. Rubrics were probably originally in red ink but the pigment has oxidised. Catchwords.

their contemporary value) under the Act of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Decorated headpiece and initial John Glykys (index Ioannes Glykys), Manuel Chrysaphes Eastern Mediterranean

Decorated headpiece and initial, and marginal diagram. Sparse marginal readers's annotations. Headpiece with geometric decoration, title, decorated initial and marginal diagram in red (f. 2). Small decorated initials (ff. 116v, 117v). Commentary on Plato's Alcibiades Scribe erroneously identified as

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 at

Historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) with Augustine in a bishop's mitre holding a bishop's staff and a heart at the beginning of the Pseudo-Augustine Manuale, with the arms or the Urswick family and the motto 'Misericordia' in the lower border. The

with the ownership mark of the Duke of Grafton in the upper right-hand corner. The Grafton price-code decoded, perhaps by John Holmes, of the British Museum library: inscribed 'cost the Duke of Grafton £4.4s. / JH.' (f. 1v). 1 large

In verrum speech 5. The Grafton price-code decoded, perhaps by John Holmes, of the British Museum library: inscribed 'cost the Duke of Grafton £4.4s. / JH.' (f. 1v). 1 large and 6 small white vine initials, in colours and gold,

by Edwards for £1 2s.; inscribed '1.2.0' (f. 1, top right).James Edwards (b. 1756, d. 1816), book collector and bookseller.? John Haddon Hindley (b. 1765, d. 1827), orientalist: perhaps his sale, 4 March 1793, lot 1193, bought by Walker for

by Edwards for £1 2s.; inscribed '1.2.0' (f. 1, top right).James Edwards (b. 1756, d. 1816), book collector and bookseller.? John Haddon Hindley (b. 1765, d. 1827), orientalist: perhaps his sale, 4 March 1793, lot 1193, bought by Walker for

by Edwards for £1 2s.; inscribed '1.2.0' (f. 1, top right).James Edwards (b. 1756, d. 1816), book collector and bookseller.? John Haddon Hindley (b. 1765, d. 1827), orientalist: perhaps his sale, 4 March 1793, lot 1193, bought by Walker for

by Edwards for £1 2s.; inscribed '1.2.0' (f. 1, top right).James Edwards (b. 1756, d. 1816), book collector and bookseller.? John Haddon Hindley (b. 1765, d. 1827), orientalist: perhaps his sale, 4 March 1793, lot 1193, bought by Walker for

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