Search Results

You searched for:
  • Keyword:
    • john
  • Source Date From:

Your search found 494 results in 1 resource

Category

  • Literary Manuscripts (494)
  • Non-literary Manuscripts (0)
  • Official Documents (government, civic, legal, religious) (0)
  • Literary Printed Books (0)
  • Non-literary Printed Books (0)
  • Maps and Works of Art (0)

Format

Date

Access Type

British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts icon

British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

494 results from this resource . Displaying 181 to 200

(including Pope Nicholas V who commissioned this translation, and a copy of Pisanello's medallion of Emperor John VIII Palaeologus), mythological all'antica scenes (Pegasus, mermaid, man and centaur), and an unidentified coat of arms, at the beginning of the dedication to

ff. 86v, 99). Running headers, rubrics, and underlining in red. Capitals marked in red. Eighty-eight sermons on the Gospel of John (index Homiliae 88 in S. Johannem) Shelfmark: 'no. 259 h' (f. 1v).Johann Georg Graevius (b. 1632, d. 1703), German

decorated initials (ff. 12, 22v) in light brown. Initials and running titles in light brown. Iliad, highly imperfect Written by John Rhosos of Crete (d. 1498): see Gamillscheg and Harlfinger 1981.ff. 1-18:The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661,

1722, d. 1772), physician and book collector: his sale, 7 March 1785, lot 500, bought by Munro for 7s. 6d. John Monro (b. 1715, d. 1791), physician and specialist in insanity: his sale, 23 April 1792, lot 3400.David Swan, 1792:

1722, d. 1772), physician and book collector: his sale, 7 March 1785, lot 500, bought by Munro for 7s. 6d. John Monro (b. 1715, d. 1791), physician and specialist in insanity: his sale, 23 April 1792, lot 3400.David Swan, 1792:

1722, d. 1772), physician and book collector: his sale, 7 March 1785, lot 500, bought by Munro for 7s. 6d. John Monro (b. 1715, d. 1791), physician and specialist in insanity: his sale, 23 April 1792, lot 3400.David Swan, 1792:

are portions of the gradual for the same Mass. 1 initial in penwork (verso). Cutting from a Gradual Presented by John E. Leary, violin and pianoforte instructor, of 59 Hazelville Road, Hornsey Lane, [London] N, 1930: his business card attached

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

(1652) wherein Ashmole publishes the text and illustration from ff. 75-75v. John Batteley (b. c.1646, d. 1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary; bought in 1723 through his nephew, John Batteley, by Edward Harley, along with other manuscripts (see ~Diary~

Cite this page:

"Results" Manuscripts Online (www.manuscriptsonline.org, version 1.0, 18 May 2021), https://www.manuscriptsonline.org/search/results?ac=f&ft=t&kw=john&sdf=1497&st=180