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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

knot (f. 62). Titles in gold. Sermons Written by Michael Patrikios (inscription, f. 245v).Note on the deeds of the Emperor John Ducas Batatzes in 6755 (A.D. 1247), f. 245v.Inscribed: 'No. '4'', lower margin upside down, f. 245v. ? Thomas Howard

Reg. Lond / ex dono HENR. HOWARD / Norfolciensis.', f. 1).Purchased by the British Museum from the Royal Society together with 549 other Arundel manuscripts in 1831. Illuminated headpiece and initial John Chrysostom (index Johannes Chrysostomus), Severianus Gabalensis Eastern Mediterranean

initial 'E'(n) at the beginning of the Gospel of John. ff. 200-218 ruled for two columns but written in one. Canon tables in red decorated with coloured foliate and geometric patterns, some also with gold (ff. 1v-6). Diagram in red

green, some with penwork decoration. Regula pastorali A copy of a letter of 1209 from pope Innocent III to King John added c. 1200-1225 (f. 61v-62).Inscribed: 'Br. Stapleton (f. 1), possibly Sir Brian Stapleton of Suffolk, d. 519.Various 14th-century and

or blue. Miscellany, including charters for Durham and letters to the bishop of Durham, Walter Map's De nummo (f. 10v) John Wessington (c.1371-1451), prior of Durham cathedral priory, prior 1416-1446: 15th-century inscription 'Liber domini Johannis Wessyngton prioris Dunelmensis' cut out

Detail of headpiece. 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 a larger volume. Headpiece decorated with geometric patterns in colours and gold. Large gold and blue initial

knot (f. 62). Titles in gold. Sermons Written by Michael Patrikios (inscription, f. 245v).Note on the deeds of the Emperor John Ducas Batatzes in 6755 (A.D. 1247), f. 245v.Inscribed: 'No. '4'', lower margin upside down, f. 245v. ? Thomas Howard

miscellany, including provebial Latin poetry, and William of Waddington's Le Manuel des Pechiez (f. 81r-v); the 'Speculum theologie' Compiled by John Segbruck, monk of the Benedictine cathedral priory of St Cuthbert, Durham (see Friedman 1995 p. 245).? Thomas Howard (b.

miscellany, including provebial Latin poetry, and William of Waddington's Le Manuel des Pechiez (f. 81r-v); the 'Speculum theologie' Compiled by John Segbruck, monk of the Benedictine cathedral priory of St Cuthbert, Durham (see Friedman 1995 p. 245).? Thomas Howard (b.

washes, of David kneeling. Small initials in red or blue. Ampersands. Fragment from a glossed Psalter, with Psalm 100: 8-101:1-8 John Bagford: inscribed, probably by Frederic Madden, that this is 'A portion of Bagford's collection F. M.' (f. [iii]).Sir Hans

Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), II, no. 6553.Robert Scott (b. c. 1632, d. 1709/10), London bookseller: included in the catalogue of John Theyer’s manuscripts in his possession, made in 1678 by William Beveridge and William Jane, Royal Appendix, 70, no. 44.Charles

Gospel) Written by presbyter Constantine: his colophon dated 27 May 995 (f. 376v).Manolakes Kastorianos of Constantinople: presented by him to John Covel (see Additional 22911, f. 180).John Covel (b. 1638, d. 1722), chaplain of the Levant Company in Constantinople, 1670-1676,

Aristotelem de situ Indiae; Epistolae Alexandri; Recapitulatio Inscribed 'Jo[h]n ap D[avi]d?', 16th century (f. 2).Philological notes in Latin, 16th/17th century (ff. 81-94v).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c.1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyd 155' (f. 5).John

Aristotelem de situ Indiae; Epistolae Alexandri; Recapitulatio Inscribed 'Jo[h]n ap D[avi]d?', 16th century (f. 2).Philological notes in Latin, 16th/17th century (ff. 81-94v).Humphrey Lloyd (b. c.1527, d. 1568), Welsh antiquary, brother-in-law of John Lumley: inscribed 'Sum Humfredi Lloyd 155' (f. 5).John

cross, within a 'Winchester style' border, 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

cross, within a 'Winchester style' border, 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

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

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