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Detail of coloured initial. The Psalms text was emended to conform to the ~Gallicanum~ version in the 12th century.Includes a Christ Church calendar (ff. 2-7v).f. 1 is a 13th-century text with initials in green, red, and red with green

Detail of text. The Psalms text was emended to conform to the ~Gallicanum~ version in the 12th century.Includes a Christ Church calendar (ff. 2-7v).f. 1 is a 13th-century text with initials in green, red, and red with green penwork

Detail of text. The Psalms text was emended to conform to the ~Gallicanum~ version in the 12th century.Includes a Christ Church calendar (ff. 2-7v).f. 1 is a 13th-century text with initials in green, red, and red with green penwork

Easter table, in an architectural frame. The Psalms text was emended to conform to the ~Gallicanum~ version in the 12th century.Includes a Christ Church calendar (ff. 2-7v).f. 1 is a 13th-century text with initials in green, red, and red

a calendar including, in red: Wulstani, Cedde (bishop of London), Edwardi, Cuthberti, Vitalis, translation of Edmund (x 2), Johannis beverlaci (John of Beverley), Dunstani, Aldelini, translation of Richard, translation of Edward (x2), Albani, translation of Thomas Becket (erased), translation of

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. Drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to

of a collection of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716) for historical purposes. Drawings and printed book fragments from the volume were transferred to

prologue to his verse Life of Cuthbert, addressing a priest named John, who was setting out on a pilgrimage to Rome. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church –

parallel passages in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. 12 canon tables in colours and gold, with architectural decoration, and various figures, such as Christ blessing, Peter and Paul, angels, animals, and hybrid creatures (ff. 6-12v). Incipit page for Mark with

rubrics in display uncial capitals in red. Initials occasionally highlighted in red. Homilies on the Evangelists, books 1 and 2 John Gibson (fl. 1720-1726), dealer: sold to Edward Harley on 13 February 1723/4 (Wright and Wright 1966; Wright 1972; Wright

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

testimonio bonorum virorum inspexi et iterato decentius in hoc loco coalltum anno gratie m. cc. lix mense maii' (f. 136v).Sir John Cotton (b. 1621, d. 1702), 3rd baronet: inscription that it belonged to him with the date 20 March, 1665

Interlace initial 'D'(omino) with animal heads at the beginning of Bede's prologue to the life of Cuthbert, in the form of a letter written to Eadfrith, to whom he dedicated the work. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace

Title page for the first section of Bede's prose Life of Cuthbert with the title in capital letters, and a rectangular border. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ

Interlace initial 'P'(rincipium) with animal heads at the beginning of Bede's prose life of Cuthbert. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff.

Title page and interlace initial 'P'(rincipium) with animal heads and mask. Wormald Type II(b) initials of heads, interlace in outline, and acanthus foliage.Musical notation: Breton neumes, England (Christ Church – Canterbury ?), 11th century (ff. 43-44; 63-66v).St Cuthbert was

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