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Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6388.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix 70, no. 8.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6388.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix 70, no. 8.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6388.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix 70, no. 8.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6388.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, appraised in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix 70, no. 8.Charles

of the prologue to John is a drawing of his evangelist symbol, the eagle. A later medieval reader has added John's name above the eagle's head: 'Ioh(ann)es'. Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle and Late Twelfth-Century Manuscripts from the North-East

the end of John. Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle and Late Twelfth-Century Manuscripts from the North-East of Ireland and Galloway with initials of the 'knotted wire' type. 2 full-page or nearly full-page symbols of the Evangelists in brown ink,

the Evangelist John. Two other manuscripts were also written by this scribe: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek MS Clm. 23630; and Munich, Universitatsbibliotheck MS 179, with the inscription 'Deus propicius esto Odalrico peccatori': see Turner.f. i is a paper flyleaf; f. 76

letters in red. Quire signatures with simple decoration. Historia Scholastica, imperfect; and chronological digest (ff. 267-272v) John King in 1647: inscription 'King 1647 John King' (f. 130).Ralph Palmer II (b. 1668, d. 1745/6), barrister, of Little Chelsea.Ralph Palmer III (b.

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

od St Peter, Westminster, agreement between Henry VII (b. 1457, d. 1509), king of England and lord of Ireland, and John Islipp, Abbot of Westminster Abbey, and the monks of Westminster Abbey, made on 16 July 1504: the beginning of

of Luke (f. 94). Large inhabited initial 'I'(n) in pen with interlace patterns and a dragon, at the beginning of John (f. 151v). Initials in red, highlighted with yellow and/or green (ff. 1, 5v-6, 7, 58v-60, 93, 94, 150-151v). Small

M. R. James, ~On the Abbey of S. Edmund at Bury~ (Cambridge: Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1895), p. 58 no. 119. John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: listed in the 1609 catalogue of his

M. R. James, ~On the Abbey of S. Edmund at Bury~ (Cambridge: Cambridge Antiquarian Society, 1895), p. 58 no. 119. John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: listed in the 1609 catalogue of his

to Zacharias, now lost;Luke, with the first page missing, beginning with 1:5, 'Fuit in diebus Herodis' (ff. 45-67v);The capitula of John (f. 68);John, with the first and the last leaf missing, beginning with 1:6, 'Fuit homo missus', and ending with

Anthropomorphic initial 'S'(ancti), formed of two monks, at the beginning of the prologue to the De fide catholica of Isidore. 1 anthropomorphic initial formed of two monks in outline drawing, at the beginning of the prologue (f. 1v). 1

Zoomorphic initial 'I'(udei) with an animal head. 1 anthropomorphic initial formed of two monks in outline drawing, at the beginning of the prologue (f. 1v). 1 initial with zoomorphic and interlace decoration in black ink, at the beginning of

flyleaf verso). Bought by the British Museum (note on 2nd flyleaf), using the Bridgewater fund (£12,000 bequeathed in 1829 by Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829). Puzzle initial Jean de Meun; John Peckham? France, N.

in red, or red and other colours (ff. 77v, 107v), at the beginning of the sermons based on Luke and John respectively. 3 small initials green or blue, and gold outlined in red, or silver (tarnished to metallic black) (ff.

Similitudines Anselmi, with table of chapters Former shelfmark (?) ‘L.N.9’, ‘N° 3’ (f. i verso) and ‘B’ (f. 66). ? John Brand (b. 1744, d. 1806), antiquary and topographer (inscribed in pencil ‘Archbishop Anselm’s Similitudes, Compleat/Wrote about Anno Domini 1400

Illuminated headpiece decorated with geometric patterns, and initial 'A'(ndres) at the beginning of Gregory Nazianzus' De pauperum amore (Oratio 14). f. 20r-v formerly used as a pastedown.Old pagination on ff. 1-18v of 481-516.ff. 1-18 were formerly gatherings 31-33 of

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