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English translation of 'De re militari' of Flavius Vegetius Renatus made in 1408 for Thomas, Lord Berkeley and attributed to John Walton: see Sutton and Visser-Fuchs 1997 p. 79. The colophon is 'Here endeth the boke that clerkes / clepeth

miniature of pope John XII, at the beginning of chapter 7 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke of Berry. The

of the imprisonment of John of France, at the beginning of chapter 27 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke of

English translation of 'De re militari' of Flavius Vegetius Renatus made in 1408 for Thomas, Lord Berkeley and attributed to John Walton: see Sutton and Visser-Fuchs 1997 p. 79. The colophon is 'Here endeth the boke that clerkes / clepeth

English translation of 'De re militari' of Flavius Vegetius Renatus made in 1408 for Thomas, Lord Berkeley and attributed to John Walton: see Sutton and Visser-Fuchs 1997 p. 79. The colophon is 'Here endeth the boke that clerkes / clepeth

Coloured print with Christ as the Man of Sorrows surrounded by symbols of the Passion pasted to a page painted in red covered with streaming blood. The most remarkable example of a book of devotion that may show signs

Coloured print with the symbols of the Passion pasted to a page painted in red covered with streaming blood. The most remarkable example of a book of devotion that may show signs of having received that devotion in a

of John on Patmos, at the beginning of his Gospel. 1 full-page miniature (f. 16v) and 5 full-page miniatures surrounding three or four lines of text (ff. 185v, 216v, 233v, 254v, 260v). Miniatures added to a Book of Hours Unidentified

of pope John XII, with a partial border, at the beginning of chapter 7 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to Jean, duke

the imprisonment of John of France, with a partial border, at the beginning of chapter 27 of book 9. Contains the second translation of De casibus virorum illustrium of Boccaccio made by Laurent de Premierfait in 1409, and dedicated to

of John on Patmos with his eagle flying away with the pencase and the inkwell, decorated initial 'I'(n) and foliate borders, at the beginning of the Gospel Lessons. 13 full-page miniatures mostly with large decorated initials and full foliate borders,

Pages painted black with red drops of blood, representing the wounds of Christ, worn, perhaps as the result of kissing. The most remarkable example of a book of devotion that may show signs of having received that devotion in

Print with the Virgin nursing the Child. 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.

Pages 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 John, at the beginning of the Gospels. Added by contemporary professional hands, suffrages including small initials in plain red and blue (ff. 117v-120v) and the prayer O intemerata (ff. 121-123v) with a puzzle initial in red and blue at

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

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