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Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550 icon

Geographies of Orthodoxy: Mapping English Pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives of Christ, 1350-1550

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that of the main scribe John Cok, although Cok signs his name at the end of the item. Item 5 : A short excerpt from Piers Plowman (C. 16. 182-201) possibly in the hand of John Cok, with a title

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section from the Gospel of Nichodemus section is not found in Stonyhurst MS B.43 (the corresponding section is missing in John Rylands MS 895. "Now Ih es u for his muche my3t 3eue vs grace such e beleue to haue

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Hartlebury. The natural reading of the ex libris is that John Hartylbury was a monk of the Benedictine Abbey of Pershore: if that is so, can he be the 'Dom. John Hartilbury, Cistercian of Dore' who was ordained at Whitborne

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that this is also penned by John Morton; C15. Stub between fols 146-147: "Amen q uod noght" (repeated), beside "In mynd of my trespas I cry god marcy" (repeated); possibly in hand of John Morton; C15. Fol. 149v: "uno duo

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Manchester, John Rylands Library MS Eng. 413 Described by: Ryan Perry. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , early-mid-C15? Condition A much damaged and fragmentary copy of the Mirror ; the first and

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Manchester, John Rylands Library MS Eng. 895 Described by: Ryan Perry, described from MS analysis in the John Rylands. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Liber Aureus de Passione et Resurreccione Domini , mid-C15(?) Condition The MS preserves its original

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of side-notes that generally repeat names from the text. Graffitti * Names recorded, signatures, ex libris marks Fol. 4v: "for John Muman [sic] is my name", C16? Notes If this MS had been completed to its original plan, with a

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Manchester, John Rylands Library MS. Eng. 94 Described by: Ryan Perry from manuscript analysis in the JRL. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Nicholas Love, Mirror of the Blessed Life , and other treatises, c. mid-C15. Condition The MS is

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(1887) pp. 35-41), fols 164r-169r. 13. John Skelton (attrib.), " M isermini mei ye that ben my ffryndys", IMEV 2192, poem written from the perspective of the dead Edward IV, fols 169v-170v. 14. John Russell, (attrib. in Harley 4011 only),

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Wyclifite Pater Noster and Ten Commandments, with Special Reference to English MSS. 85 and 90 in the John Rylands Library’, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library , 42 (1959-60), 345-77. A. Wilmart , “Le ‘Jubilus’ sur le nom de Jesus

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patre & c,pater etc. Explicit " , fol. 91r. Languages of the MS - Detailed Description of Contents Item 1: John Lydgate, Life of Our Lady , begins imperfectly, fols 1-76v. Item 2: The Privity of the Passion , fols

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ex libris marks Front flyleaf i: The names Johanna Spender, Robert Pereson, John Rayner occur as part of a page of accounts (see detailed list of contents); 'Tommas', 'John Call' and 'Will i am', the names all in formal scripts

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throughout. Names recorded, signatures, ex libris marks Fol. 1r: 'William Goring' or 'Loring', C16. Fol. 1v: 'William Bosson'; the name 'John Basson' (or 'Bosson') occurs on fol. 112v. Notes There is a pattern of bleeding of ink at various points

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not openly preach until after John the baptist was imprisoned (ch.16, p. 76 ll. 25-34). fol. 40v: A wedding feast was organised in a place called the Cane, which Jerome tells was the 'bridale' for John the Evangelist in his

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Ryan Perry Source microfilm analysis; description produced in consultation John Thompson who has viewed the book. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading Middle English religious miscellany, c. 1435-c.1445? Condition Generally good condition, some darkening, especially at margins; lacks some leaves

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schulde she: scho when: whan would: wolde Annotation and Marginalia - Graffitti Names recorded, signatures, ex libris marks Bookplate of John Borthwick, 'Crookston' on front pastedown. On a slip (pasted?) onto , "upon the couer of the old English Life

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by: Ryan Perry from notes made by John Thompson who examined the Stonyhurst MS and from Ker's description in MMBL vol. iv. Revision date: June 1st, 2010 Heading English Devotional Miscellany, c. mid-C15 Condition - Number of Items 5 Title(s)

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same hand, 'Walterus Baron   Johannes Skrow /  [___?] Drayke   Antonius cotes', C15-C16. 'William Brown[?]', C15-C16. 'J Gage', 'presumably Sir John Gage (1479-1556) of Firle Place, Sussex, who was prominent in the court of Henry VIII, later chamberlain of the

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Annotation and Marginalia 1 Graffitti 1 Names recorded, signatures, ex libris marks Among other less decipherable writing is the name 'John mayffeld', fol. 22v, late C15-C16. 'Wyllyim Knyght of Stoke gentyllman', inverted in lower margin, fol. 48r; interestingly, the 'K'

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his gostly eygh ther on loke', ends 'That of nought made alle thynge. Amen'; IMEV 4154; fols 89v-93v.   4. John Lydgate, 'Fifteen Joys of Our Lady'; IMEV 533; fols 94r-95v. Estimated Date of Production 2nd quarter C15. Writing Support

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