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script in gold, at the beginning of the Gospel of John. 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

with gold bars, at the beginning of the Gospel of John. 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

bars, and two medallions with saints holding books and a cross (Evangelists?), at the beginning of the Gospel of John. Includes the Epistle of Jerome to Damasus (ff. 1-2v), an extract from Jerome's commentary to Matthew, 'Plures fuisse' (ff. 2v-3v),

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 fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). 159 fragments from printed books were transferred from this volume to the Department of

of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). 159 fragments from printed books were transferred from this volume to the Department of

of fragments from manuscripts and printed books, including maps and drawings, assembled in 64 volumes by the bookseller and antiquary John Bagford (b. 1650/51, d. 1716). 159 fragments from printed books were transferred from this volume to the Department of

Thomas Dakombe (1496-c.1572), rector of St. Mary Colebrook at Winchester), and John, Lord Lumley. 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

the beginning of book 3 of John the Deacon's Vita S. Gregorii Papae. Musical notation: Anglo-Norman neumes, England, early 12th century (ff. 141-143) 1 large initial in blue, with penwork decoration (f. 52). Numerous large and smaller initials in green

page to John. There is a close connection between this manuscript and others from Echternach (see Boeckler 1933, pp. 44-45), e.g. British Library Egerton 608, and Paris, BN, lat. 10438, made for bishop Adalbero III of Metz (1047-1072).The scribe responsible

with interlace patterns at the beginning of Matthew ('L'[iber], f. 10v), Mark ('I'[nitium], f. 46), Luke ('Q'[uoniam], f. 71v), and John ('I'[n], f. 112v). Initials with coloured highlights (ff. 8v, 11, 44, 68v-71, 110v-113). Some initials in red or red

at the beginning of John 18. One of a group of Southumbrian prayerbooks of the "Tiberius" group, the others being Harley 7653, and Cambridge, Cambridge University Library, MS Ll.1.10 (Book of Cerne). All, except Cerne, exhibit linguistic features which raise

of John, holding a manuscript, seated at a lecturn. Manuscripts with similar decorative programme include Berlin, Kupferstich-Kabinett, 78.A.3 (147) and Stuttgart, Landesbibliothek, Cod. Bibl. Pal. 21 from St Gereon, Cologne.A miniature of Christ in Majesty originally may have faced f.

Brander (b. 1719/20, d. 1787), merchant and antiquary: his sale, 8 February 1790, lot 1124, bought by Shaw for 10s. John Topham (b. 1746, d. 1803), antiquary, (bookplate with his arms and ‘John Topham Esq.’, f. 1v): his sale, 9

Brander (b. 1719/20, d. 1787), merchant and antiquary: his sale, 8 February 1790, lot 1124, bought by Shaw for 10s. John Topham (b. 1746, d. 1803), antiquary, (bookplate with his arms and ‘John Topham Esq.’, f. 1v): his sale, 9

of the abbot of St Albans in 1401 (ff. 1*, 91): see Thomson 1982, I, p. 92. John Beriman (?), 16th century: inscribed 'John ?Beriman owneth this boke' (f. 2*v).Added note, early 16th century (f. 90v). Edward Stillingfleet (b. 1635,

of the abbot of St Albans in 1401 (ff. 1*, 91): see Thomson 1982, I, p. 92. John Beriman (?), 16th century: inscribed 'John ?Beriman owneth this boke' (f. 2*v).Added note, early 16th century (f. 90v). Edward Stillingfleet (b. 1635,

of John the Baptist with staff. Contents include an abbreviated Psalter, consisting of verses selected after the pattern of the so-called 'Psalter of St Jerome' from the Psalms according to the Milanese version (ff. 1-16), processional for Rogationtide, prayers, litany,

of John the Evangelist holding a book. Contents include an abbreviated Psalter, consisting of verses selected after the pattern of the so-called 'Psalter of St Jerome' from the Psalms according to the Milanese version (ff. 1-16), processional for Rogationtide, prayers,

14th-15th century (f. 1).Added tables to show the dates of Easter from 1406-1433 (f. 13); and from 1420-1447 (f. 13v).? John Trendle, a monk of Christ Church, Canterbury (d. 1433): inscribed 'Quere residuum istius operis in tabula Johannis Trendle' (f.

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