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from Bede's Ecclesiastical History. Vellum; ff. 187. Late XIIth cent. (ante 1195). In double columns. Initials in red and green. Old binding of wooden boards covered with white skin. "Liber fratrum heremitarum ord. Sci. Augustini de Nouo Castro" [Newcastle-on-Tyne] (f.

Two: Medieval Manuscripts from the Additional Manuscripts, Section B Manuscript Number 35,168 Source Library British Library, London Description CHRONICLE of English History from the Creation to 1225, in Latin: the same compilation of which the latter part was used by

concerning Piers the Plowman, together with Dowell, Dobet and Dobest. The latest version, called the "C" text by Skeat, Early English Text Society od., 1873. Begins: " In a somer sesonn when soft was pe sonne | I shoep me

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in OldEnglish, beginning 'Myn drihten god aelmihtig' (ff. 190v-192) and 'Min drihten aelmihtig god si þe wuldor 7 þonc', 11th century (192-196v).Added note on three Friday fasts in OldEnglish, 11th century (f. 196v). Added an OldEnglish translation

in OldEnglish, beginning 'Myn drihten god aelmihtig' (ff. 190v-192) and 'Min drihten aelmihtig god si þe wuldor 7 þonc', 11th century (192-196v).Added note on three Friday fasts in OldEnglish, 11th century (f. 196v). Added an OldEnglish translation

in OldEnglish, beginning 'Myn drihten god aelmihtig' (ff. 190v-192) and 'Min drihten aelmihtig god si þe wuldor 7 þonc', 11th century (192-196v).Added note on three Friday fasts in OldEnglish, 11th century (f. 196v). Added an OldEnglish translation

in OldEnglish, beginning 'Myn drihten god aelmihtig' (ff. 190v-192) and 'Min drihten aelmihtig god si þe wuldor 7 þonc', 11th century (192-196v).Added note on three Friday fasts in OldEnglish, 11th century (f. 196v). Added an OldEnglish translation

1921).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): red seal of a ship, 17th century.Patrick Young [Junius] (b. 1584, d. 1652), royal librarian and scholar: note of a title in his hand (f. 1v).The Old Royal Library (the English Royal

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