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Coloured initial 'D'(ominus) with display script. Includes the Liber scintillarum of Defensor of Ligugé (ff. 1-100v) and a series of extracts from Ecclesiasticus and Isidore, Sententiae, under the title 'Hic pauca incipiunt de vitiis et peccatis' (ff. 100v-106), with

Coloured initial 'D'(ominus) with display script, at the beginning of the Liber scintillarum. Includes the Liber scintillarum of Defensor of Ligugé (ff. 1-100v) and a series of extracts from Ecclesiasticus and Isidore, Sententiae, under the title 'Hic pauca incipiunt

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,

S. Guthlaci (incomplete); Ambrose, De obseruantia episcoporum, De misteriis, De sacramentis and De utilitate; John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai (prologue); Translatio S. Nicholai (1087 to Bari); John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai; Miracula S. Nicholai Large initial in red with penwork

S. Guthlaci (incomplete); Ambrose, De obseruantia episcoporum, De misteriis, De sacramentis and De utilitate; John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai (prologue); Translatio S. Nicholai (1087 to Bari); John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai; Miracula S. Nicholai Large initial in red with penwork

S. Guthlaci (incomplete); Ambrose, De obseruantia episcoporum, De misteriis, De sacramentis and De utilitate; John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai (prologue); Translatio S. Nicholai (1087 to Bari); John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai; Miracula S. Nicholai Large initial in red with penwork

S. Guthlaci (incomplete); Ambrose, De obseruantia episcoporum, De misteriis, De sacramentis and De utilitate; John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai (prologue); Translatio S. Nicholai (1087 to Bari); John Diaconus, Vita S. Nicholai; Miracula S. Nicholai Large initial in red with penwork

colour (f. 136v). Small initials in brown or red. Rubrics in red. Commentary on the Gospel of John and the Epistles of John The first leaf of this manuscript is bound in Harley 5958, f. 87. In the lower margin

1708), Church of England clergyman and antiquary: sold to Edward Harley with the rest of his collection through his nephew John Batteley on 5 November 1723.The Harley Collection, formed by Robert Harley (b. 1661, d. 1724), 1st earl of Oxford

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

with the Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist, a full border inhabited by birds and flowers, and, in the lower margin, a jewelled cross in a subsidiary medallion. ff. [ii] and [145] are paper flyleaves pasted to parchment ones.Musical notation.Ruled

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.

of John holding a chalice. 9 large (ff. 5v, 116v, 125v, 187, 189v, 193v, 198v, 208v, 213v [the same as on f. 193v]) and 8 small (ff. 178v, 182, 183, 183v, 185, 188v, 190v, 204v) woodcuts of the 15th century,

of a flaming mountain and a pelican in her piety (f. iii). (John Brough Taylor, F.S.A. (elected 1813), the editor of R. Hegge's Legend of St Cuthbert: inscription 'John Taylor, FSA' (f. i). Item 90 in an unidentified French sale

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

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