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of men in profile (including Pope Nicholas V who commissioned this translation, and a copy of Pisanello's medallion of Emperor John VIII Palaeologus), mythological all'antica scenes, and an unidentified coat of arms (f. 2). 2 large panel initials in gold

of men in profile (including Pope Nicholas V who commissioned this translation, and a copy of Pisanello's medallion of Emperor John VIII Palaeologus), mythological all'antica scenes, and an unidentified coat of arms (f. 2). 2 large panel initials in gold

of men in profile (including Pope Nicholas V who commissioned this translation, and a copy of Pisanello's medallion of Emperor John VIII Palaeologus), mythological all'antica scenes, and an unidentified coat of arms (f. 2). 2 large panel initials in gold

Cardinal Gonazaga: see Alexander. Alphabetical quire signatures. 3 large miniatures in colours and gold of Mark, Luke, and John (ff. 87v, 142v, 232v). Small miniatures in colours and gold in rectangular frames at the beginning of Gospels (ff. 4, 88,

Cardinal Gonazaga: see Alexander. Alphabetical quire signatures. 3 large miniatures in colours and gold of Mark, Luke, and John (ff. 87v, 142v, 232v). Small miniatures in colours and gold in rectangular frames at the beginning of Gospels (ff. 4, 88,

1477 for Cardinal Gonazaga: see Alexander. Alphabetical quire signatures. 3 large miniatures in colours and gold of Mark, Luke, and John (ff. 87v, 142v, 232v). Small miniatures in colours and gold in rectangular frames at the beginning of Gospels (ff.

Page painted red with streaming blood. The most remarkable example of a book of devotion that may show signs of having received that devotion in a direct physical form is Egerton 1821, an English product of around 1490. It

Page painted red with streaming blood. The most remarkable example of a book of devotion that may show signs of having received that devotion in a direct physical form is Egerton 1821, an English product of around 1490. It

of Parliament that also established the British Museum; the Harley manuscripts form one of the foundation collections of the British Library. Decorated initials John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus); Isidore of Seville; Bede the Venerable; Anselm of Canterbury England or France

de terra sancta. Leaf signatures.Catchwords.The Liber de terra sancta ends with a capitula list (ff. 69-73) while John Mandeville's begins with it (f. 74r-v). 'Incipit itinerarius magistri Johannis de Mandevelt... ' (f. 74).Watermark visible on f. [144]. Large initials in

in light brown at the beginning of each book. Initials and occasional marginal gloss in light brown. Odyssey Written by John Rhosos of Crete (d. 1498): signed and dated Rome, 10 August 1479 (f. 259).Made for Bartholomaios Chryspianos (f. 259).Conyers

Mary Magdalen, the Virgin Mary, and John the Evangelist. Heavily trimmed.Lacking a bifolium after f. 112.A space was left blank for the last miniature (probably the Resurrection), but it was never painted (f. 122). 12 miniatures in colours and gold

a full foliate border with John Morton's arms, at the beginning of Johannes de Giglis's Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum. For other manuscripts owned by Morton see Arundel 435 and 454. 2 large initials in gold on blue and red grounds,

full foliate border with John Morton's arms, at the beginning of Johannes de Giglis's Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum. For other manuscripts owned by Morton see Arundel 435 and 454. 2 large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with

and rose grounds with penwork decoration in white. Romance of Sydrac and Boctus, treatise on the Seven Deadly Sins Sir John Donne (d. 1503), soldier and administrator: his arms (f. 1).John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609),

of the moon and movement of the sun, of John Killingworth's Planetary Tables. Contents:John Killingworth, Tables according to the Use of the University of Oxford (ff. 3-32), prefaced by Canons attributed to Master Thomas Pray (ff. 1v-2v);Astrological tables with images

of John the Evangelist as a scribe, writing on a leaf resting on his knee, with his symbol, the eagle, nearby, and a border of scrolls. The contents consist of a calendar (ff. 1-6v); suffrage to the Trinity (using masculine

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