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Text page from a leechbook. Musical notation: Anglo-Saxon neumes, England, 11th century (f. 4v) Large initials in brown ink. Medical recipes (ff. 1-3); Laws of King Edgar (ff. 3v-4v); Statement by Oswald, archbishop of York concerning land (f. 4v),

Decorated initials in the laws of Edgar. Musical notation: Anglo-Saxon neumes, England, 11th century (f. 4v) Large initials in brown ink. Medical recipes (ff. 1-3); Laws of King Edgar (ff. 3v-4v); Statement by Oswald, archbishop of York concerning land

Decorated initial 'I'(n) at the beginning of Ovid's Metamorphosisis. f. 1 is a former pastedown and f. 2 is a parchment flyleaf.f. 197r-v was originally blank leaf with later additions.The decorated initials are executed in a Florentine style, and

the beginning of the commentary on III John. 2 historiated initials, in colours and gold (ff. 1, 165), each accompanied by a full border, the second incorporating miniatures in roundels. Large foliate initials in colours and gold. Small initials alternately

machinarum (ff. 9v-16) Written in 1545: colophon ( f. 358).The monastery of St Catherine, Mount Sinai: inscription (f. 1). ? John Spencer Smith, minister plenipotentiary to Turkey: sale catalogue notices that the manuscript was 'collected by one of His Majesty's

Historiated initial 'Q'([uonia]m) of Christ in Majesty in the bowl, with display script in gold, framed by a 'Winchester style' border with foliage intertwined with gold bars, at the beginning of Luke. Includes the Epistle of Jerome to Damasus

Text page. Includes the Epistle of Jerome to Damasus (ff. 1-2v), an extract from Jerome's commentary to Matthew, 'Plures fuisse' (ff. 2v-3v), the Epistle of Eusebius to Carpianus (ff. 3v-4v), a preface 'Sciendum etiam' (ff. 4v-5), and a table

Text page. Includes the Epistle of Jerome to Damasus (ff. 1-2v), an extract from Jerome's commentary to Matthew, 'Plures fuisse' (ff. 2v-3v), the Epistle of Eusebius to Carpianus (ff. 3v-4v), a preface 'Sciendum etiam' (ff. 4v-5), and a table

Historiated initial 'Q'([uonia]m) of Christ in Majesty in the bowl, with display script in gold, framed by a 'Winchester style' border with foliage intertwined with gold bars, at the beginning of Luke, with a sketch of a leaf in

Detail of a note, in Anglo-Saxon, of the admission of Cnut (d. 1035), king of England, of Denmark, and of Norway, and his brother Harold into the confraternity, probably of Christ Church, Canterbury, certified by the names of brothers

as 'Libri pronosticorum iiº. In altero sunt enigmata sancti Aldelmi vetusti' (see Medieval Libraries of Great Britain 1996); noted by John Leland in his list of books in Glastonbury abbey, before 1533, no. 24 (see Carley 1986), and ~Joannis Lelandi

as 'Libri pronosticorum iiº. In altero sunt enigmata sancti Aldelmi vetusti' (see Medieval Libraries of Great Britain 1996); noted by John Leland in his list of books in Glastonbury abbey, before 1533, no. 24 (see Carley 1986), and ~Joannis Lelandi

Initial 'I'(nitium) with interlace decoration and display script in gold, framed by a 'Winchester style' foliate border with two medallions with saints holding books (Evangelists?), at the beginning of Mark. Includes the Epistle of Jerome to Damasus (ff. 1-2v),

Note, in Anglo-Saxon, of the admission of Cnut (d. 1035), king of England, of Denmark, and of Norway, and his brother Harold into the confraternity, probably of Christ Church, Canterbury, certified by the names of brothers Ðorð, Kartoca, and

Coloured initial. This manuscript contains a variety of different works concerning St. Swithun, Bishop of Winchester (d. 862), including a tract on miracles attributed to him; a hymn in which the first lines begin with the letters from A

Coloured initials. This manuscript contains a variety of different works concerning St. Swithun, Bishop of Winchester (d. 862), including a tract on miracles attributed to him; a hymn in which the first lines begin with the letters from A

Coloured initials. This manuscript contains a variety of different works concerning St. Swithun, Bishop of Winchester (d. 862), including a tract on miracles attributed to him; a hymn in which the first lines begin with the letters from A

Coloured initial. This manuscript contains a variety of different works concerning St. Swithun, Bishop of Winchester (d. 862), including a tract on miracles attributed to him; a hymn in which the first lines begin with the letters from A

Coloured initial. This manuscript contains a variety of different works concerning St. Swithun, Bishop of Winchester (d. 862), including a tract on miracles attributed to him; a hymn in which the first lines begin with the letters from A

as 'Libri pronosticorum iiº. In altero sunt enigmata sancti Aldelmi vetusti' (see Medieval Libraries of Great Britain 1996); noted by John Leland in his list of books in Glastonbury abbey, before 1533, no. 24 (see Carley 1986), and ~Joannis Lelandi

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