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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Detail of plaque, with standing figure. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of headstones

Panel with the Latin inscription ('Vale Tiberi'). Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of

Detail of panel with Latin inscription. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of headstones

Drawing of a epithet with putti. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of headstones

Detail of drawing of a epithet with putti. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form

Drawing of a panel with a snake. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of

Detail of a panel with a snake. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of

Text pages with drawing of a snake. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of

Detail of a drawiing of a snake. Original foliation, and ink foliation, which stops at f. 253. Full-page calendar in colours and gold (ff. 1-3v). Headings in panels with text in gold or colours, some in the form of

Augustinian monastery of S. Giovanni in Verdara, Padua: given to them in 1478 by Pietro de Montagnana (see inscription above). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 12 February 1719/20 (~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed

Augustinian monastery of S. Giovanni in Verdara, Padua: given to them in 1478 by Pietro de Montagnana (see inscription above). John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 12 February 1719/20 (~Diary~ 1966; Wright 1972).The Harley Collection, formed

the Virgin (ff. 32-37); the Gospel Lessons (ff. 37-41v); prayers to the Virgin (ff. 42-47v); suffrages to the Trinity, Michael, John the Baptist, Peter and Paul, Nicholas, Mary Magdalene, Catherine, and Barbara (ff. 48-51v); the Hours of the Virgin (ff.

the Virgin (ff. 32-37); the Gospel Lessons (ff. 37-41v); prayers to the Virgin (ff. 42-47v); suffrages to the Trinity, Michael, John the Baptist, Peter and Paul, Nicholas, Mary Magdalene, Catherine, and Barbara (ff. 48-51v); the Hours of the Virgin (ff.

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

skill. At the centre is an initial T of extreme b[?eauty...style wherein is represented the Cardinal; the rest illeg. cropped]"'. John Malcolm of Poltalloch (b. 1805, d. 1893), art collector and landowner: acquired between the first publication of the catalogue

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

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