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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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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

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

of John the Evangelist in Patmos, with a full border and a foliate initial 'S'(aint), at the beginning of the life of John. Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John

(?) (f. 88v); 'I tell you plyn of John Hanum [. . . ] (f. 102v); 'William Wylkensone' (f. 111v); 'Thomas Cowpland, John Bolton, Robert Spynk, Garry Jacson, James Loueden, Thomas Tomson, John Best, Richard Hilborn (f. 172); Harry bramam'

book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as

beginning of book 5. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to

partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him

the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and presented to him as Henry V, in

1, with a partial foliate border. Includes the Siege of Troy or the Troy Book, John Lydgate's (b. c.1370, d. 1449/50?) translation of Historia destructionis Troiae of Guido delle Colonne, originally commissioned by Prince Henry on 31 October 1412, and

Vespasian') (ff. 40v-127) Added text, 15th century: excerpt from the 'Libro Bruti' (f. 127v).John Penyngton, 15th century: inscribed with 'Master John Penyngton schole master of Worcestur ys possessed of thys booke' (f. 2v).John Bland, 16th century: inscribed with his name

Vespasian') (ff. 40v-127) Added text, 15th century: excerpt from the 'Libro Bruti' (f. 127v).John Penyngton, 15th century: inscribed with 'Master John Penyngton schole master of Worcestur ys possessed of thys booke' (f. 2v).John Bland, 16th century: inscribed with his name

a decorated catchword and the monogram of the scribe John Clement. Initials alternately red or blue. Decorative catchwords include fish, heraldic arms (f. 9v), and humans. Secretum secretorum Written by John Clement: his colophon 'Explicit liber Aristotelis de secretis Secretorum.

with a full border containing the arms of John Doone, and a foliate initial 'A'(pres). Miniatures were attributed to the Master of the Dresden Prayerbook (Brinkmann 1997), who also illuminated Sir John Donne's Book of Hours (Louvain-la-Neuve, Université Catholique de

Viscount Fauconberg (between 1718 and 1774: his heraldic book-plate (inside upper cover). John Jackson, 19th century: inscribed his name (1st flyleaf).Bought by the British Museum from Rev. John C. Jackson, 8 December 1866 (note on 1st flyleaf), using the Farnborough

1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Sacred Heart John Gysborn John Gysborn England

1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Zoomorphic initial John Gysborn John Gysborn England

Friedman 1995 p. 153).Sir Hans Sloane (b. 1660, d. 1753), baronet, physician and collector. Purchased as part of the Sloane collection from Sloane's executors and incorporated into the newly founded British Museum in 1753. Text John Gysborn John Gysborn England

inscribed, 16th/17th century: 'Philemon Holland / John Barone(?), and 'RB'.f. 125: inscribed, 16th century: 'Thomas baulle'(?) and John Dean'.f. 137: inscribed, 16th century: 'James Collard'.f. 149: inscribed, 16th century: 'Statutes April 1581' and 'John Wallsall'.f. 175: inscribed, 17th century: 'Edmund(?)

of John Chrysostom, a fFather of the Greek church, and decorated initials. 4 drawings in pen with colour washes of standing Fathers, three holding scrolls (ff. 13, 18v, 20, 21v). 7 simple headpieces in brown, with some penwork decoration, one

1698?), II, no. 6513 or 6523;Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: perhaps included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 294.Charles

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