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right of lines of verse. Flourished Initials: 4-6-line blue lombard initials with red penwork. Other Names (not owners): On f129v 'John Kinderley' 16th cent; f1 'Lidgates poems. R. Myddelton Massey' (who gave to Bodleian) and record of gift of the

Spaces left for larger initials but never filled in. No coloured ink at all. Other Names (not owners): Owned by John Moore, Bishop of Ely (f. 1714) whose library was given to CUL in 1715 by George I. Seymour notes

margin 'Redcros', on f210v margin 'Homebartus' ALL of these in later scripts of 16th c. onwards. Further Information: Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35 (2004), p. xxxviii. Ingilby sale,

Names (not owners): On f207rb, sideways on the blank space since text ends 207ra, 'Thomas Salver' an early owner; 207v 'John Mompesson ex dono Egidii Mompesson equitis aurati 1650' and 'Tho. Mompesson Nov. Coll. socius [dedit?] 1705'. Flourished Initials: On

the lover asking for instruction. Flourished Initials: Smaller blue initials with red flourishing. Other Names (not owners): Formerly owned by John Campbell, 4th Earl of Loudoun (1705-1782) (bookplate inside front cover). Note f180 pasted to a new paper leaf so

in margins. Flourished Initials: On f1, 8-line blue initial with red penwork forming square around it. Further Information: Cotton catalogue, 1.39; Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35(2004), pp. xxiii-xxiv.

manuscript, is the name 'Johanes Hill' in a fifteenth century hand and on f44v in the same hand, the name 'John' in the upper margin and 'Jo' in the left margin. Flourished Initials: Many blue initials of varying sizes flourished

red headings; stroke of red in initials of new sentences. Other Names (not owners): On fi added by later hands 'John Gowr' and 'F Fox' and 'Oct 11 1788 / pr. GD.; otherwise, just Harvard/Houghton bookplates inside front and back

double Noah's Ark illustration, red pen-drawn outlines only, with rubrics in red and black ink.' Further Information: Ker, MMBL, 3.269-270. Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35 (2004), pp. xxxv-xxxvi.

2-line initials without any embellishment. Flourished Initials: Alternating red and blue 2-line initials without any embellishment. Further Information: Cotton catalogue, 1.39; Ronald Waldron, John Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon of Ranulph Higden, Book VI, Middle English Texts 35(2004), pp. xxiii-xxiv.

on f55; Frauncis Vpton on f106 Flourished Initials: Blue initials with red flourishing define incipits and explicits. Further Information: Manly, John M., and Edith Rickert, eds. The Text of the Canterbury Tales: Studied on the Basis of All Known Manuscripts.

'nicolas helyfex' in two different scripts; a motto and 'Ricardus moone'; and below text which ends near bottom first column, 'John Nicolas oweth this book, 1576'; front pastedown: ex libris of William Crashaw, former fellow of the college, who sold

2. Siege of Thebes and Parlement of Foules by Hand 3. Language: English Date Range: 1460-? Scribal Hands: Hand 3 John Newton Hand 1 Dialect: See early owners. Material: Paper No of Folios: ii + 289 + ii Pagination: Original

initials with red flourishing to define prologues and tales and pilgrims in the General Prologue for example. Further Information: Manly, John M., and Edith Rickert, eds. The Text of the Canterbury Tales: Studied on the Basis of All Known Manuscripts.

flourishing extends up and down the border. Other Names (not owners): 'W. Sancroft' in top right corner of first folio. 'John Graystok' and 'Walker' on f132v. Table of Contents: Modern list on flyleaf iv. Flourished Initials: Blue with red flourishing

f1r: Liber C.C.C.Oxon Ex dono Gulielmi Fulman A.M. hujus Collegii quondam socius. Further Information: Corpus Christi College Catalogue, p.80 Manly, John M., and Edith Rickert, eds. The Text of the Canterbury Tales: 8 vols. Chicago, 1940. 1:92-9; 1:567-9. McCormick, Sir

Coxe, Henry O., 'Catalogus Codicum Manuscriptorum qui in Collegiis Aulisque Oxoniensibus Hodie Adservantur'. 2 vols. Oxford: University Press, 1852. Manly, John M. and Rickert, E. The Text of the Canterbury Tales, 8 vols, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940. 1:381-6.

initials with red flourishing mark prohem and book divisions. Other Names (not owners): Also on f120, the names 'Thomas' 'Wylliam' 'John' 'Margaret basett' Anna bassett'. Flourished Initials: 4-line blue initials with red flourishing mark prohem and book divisions. Further Information:

and paraphs as there are booklets. Small blue and red capitals in the prose of Canterbury Tales Further Information: Manly, John M., and Edith Rickert, eds. The Text of the Canterbury Tales: Studied on the Basis of All Known Manuscripts.

Scribal Profile John Brode Profiles for this Scribe: England, Manchester, John Rylands Library MS English 113 Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Digby 181 Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Ashmole 39 Current Manuscript: Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Digby 181 Folios: 1-93v Sampled

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