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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Angliae), 1 Edward III to 3 Henry VII (ff. 50-350v), preceded by an alphabetical list of contents (ff. 1-49) ? John Gill/Gyll (b. c.1430, d. 1499), of Buckland, Hertfordshire, c.1488: with his arms in all the borders: ~sable~, two chevrons

Detail of a decorated initial 'S' (epe et multum) at the beginning of Cicero's De inventione, Book I. 1 large puzzle initial in red, blue, green, and yellow with foliate motifs, at the beginning of the first book (f.

English saints in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald, Swithun, Birinus, Judoc, Machutus, Etheldreda, Sexburg, Withburg, and Werburg.The script of the Ramsey Psalter formed the basis of Edward Johnston's 'foundational

in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald, Swithun, Birinus, Judoc, Machutus, Etheldreda, Sexburg, Withburg, and Werburg.The script of the Ramsey Psalter formed the basis of Edward Johnston's 'foundational hand' which

saints in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald, Swithun, Birinus, Judoc, Machutus, Etheldreda, Sexburg, Withburg, and Werburg.The script of the Ramsey Psalter formed the basis of Edward Johnston's 'foundational hand'

saints in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald, Swithun, Birinus, Judoc, Machutus, Etheldreda, Sexburg, Withburg, and Werburg.The script of the Ramsey Psalter formed the basis of Edward Johnston's 'foundational hand'

to be invoked three times. English saints in the litany include: Alban, Oswald, Kenelm, Edmund, Ethelbert, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Wilfred, John of Beverley, Chad, Erkonwald, Swithun, Birinus, Judoc, Machutus, Etheldreda, Sexburg, Withburg, and Werburg.The script of the Ramsey Psalter formed the

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.

many of or with foliate forms, some with other colours. Small red or brown initials. Knotted decorative forms. Liturgy of John Chrysostom, with marginal annotations, and three troparia to him Written mainly by Sebastianos Argyropoulos, the Metropolites of Ephesus, in

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.

Decorated panels, the upper with a 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

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

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