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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

in red. Topography of Ireland, the Bull 'Laudabiliter' (f. 48), and various short religious texts (index Topographia Hiberniae, Topographia Hibernica) John Warburton (b. 1682, d. 1759), of Bury, county Lancashire, antiquary and herald, Somerset Herald in 1720: acquired by Harley

red or blue. Rubrics in red. Capitals marked in red. Sermones in evangelium S. Johannis (Sermons on the Gospel of John) Colophon: inscribed, 'Explicit Liber Tractatuum Beati Augustini Episcopi in Evangelium Sancti Iohannis Evangeliste, 1477' (f. 226).Nathaniel Noel (fl. 1681,

Historiated initial 'Q'(ui) of Christ carrying the cross. Horizontal catchwords.Ruled in hard point. 1 historiated initial in gold and colours of Christ carrying the cross at the beginning of the first book (f. 3v). 3 large initials in red

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

44v). Large initials in gold on blue and red grounds, with foliate extensions into the margins. Libellus de Canonizatione sanctorum John Morton (d. 1500), administrator and archbishop of Canterbury: owned by him while bishop of Ely (1478-1486), perhaps when he

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

translation of c. 1503 by Claude de Seyssel, translated, according to his prologue (ff. 10-15), from the Latin version of John Lascaris of the Greek text from a manuscript in the French royal library at Blois brought by Charles VIII

Display script by Petruccio Ubaldini, Prologue. Illuminated by a French artist, another manuscript decorated by him is Vatican Library, Vat. Lat. 14936, the 'Hours of Catherine de Medici'. Includes the preface 'Psalterium Romae dudum' (f. 2v) and an index

Prefatory miniature of David praying with an angel holding a sword, scourge, and skull, in an oval frame. Illuminated by a French artist, another manuscript decorated by him is Vatican Library, Vat. Lat. 14936, the 'Hours of Catherine de

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