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with an Evangelist portrait of John. The first volume of this Bible is Harley 2798.A part of the annals that used to be part of the Arnstein Bible has been rediscovered at Darmstadt, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Ms. 4128.Decorated quire signatures. 5

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6594.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. 28.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6594.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. 28.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6594.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. 28.Charles

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6594.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. 28.Charles

the beginning of the Gospel of John. According to Glunz, with marginal and interlinear glosses that were read in the cathedral school in Paris in the fourth decade of the 12th century.Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle and Late Twelfth-Century

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.

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 –

beginning of the common prologue to the Gospel of John. According to Glunz, with marginal and interlinear glosses that were read in the cathedral school in Paris in the fourth decade of the 12th century.Henry and Marsh-Micheli's Group IVA: 'Middle

miniature of John the Baptist. The calendar is a pre-Sarum Winchester diocese secular calendar, according to Morgan 1981.The Psalter conforms to the standards of the Holy Sepulchre, and the office of the dead is the use of Bayeux, according to

miniature of John. The calendar is a pre-Sarum Winchester diocese secular calendar, according to Morgan 1981.The Psalter conforms to the standards of the Holy Sepulchre, and the office of the dead is the use of Bayeux, according to Dondi 2004

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,

the Evangelist John, seated at a desk, with an eagle in the pediment. 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,

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

Dee (b. 1527, d. 1609), mathematician, astrologer, and antiquary: noted by Hickes in 1689.Inscribed 'Joan Davysun', 17th century (f. i). John Maitland, duke of Lauderdale (b. 1616–, d. 1682), politician, by 1676-78: noted by Hickes in 1689, as mansucript 167

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