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Venice 1317-1399 1317-1399 1317-1320.

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Venice 1431-1440 1431-1440 1433. March ?

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Venice 1400-1410 1400-1410 1400. Jan. 4.

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Venice 1411-1420 1411-1420 1411. Feb. 12.

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Venice 1421-1430 1421-1430 1421. Jan. 11.

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A small copper coin of Venice and Trent. c1470(?1458) Wey Money Bod 565 2 At Trent ye schal al haue katerynys and marketis..Too katerynes and ij bagantynys for a market. c1470(?1458) Wey Money Bod 565 3 At Venyse be grotys,

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kind of coin. A small coin of Venice. c1470(?1458) Wey Money Bod 565 3 At Venyse be grotys, grossetys, galy halpens..For a doket of Venyse xv grotys, and of grossetys xxx; For a doket of Rome or of Florense a

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A silver coin of Venice; venise ; of tourneis , a copper or brass coin minted at Tours. c1470(?1458) Wey Money Bod 565 3 At Venyse be grotys, grossetys, galy halpens, whyche be clepyd ther soldes and bagantynes..a punde ys

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beþ cleped solsticial [L solsticialia] poyntes. a1400 LShip Venice Trin-C O.5.26 404 In þe figure of þe þrede & of þe knott, þei beþ drawen wiþout toward þe solsticial poyntes. a1400 LShip Venice Trin-C O.5.26 405 Go þou aȝen to

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reis n. Also raise . MDu. , MLG reise & OF rese , reise . A journey; also, a military expedition. (1391) Acc.Exped.Der. in Camd.n.s.52 38/6 Expense hospicii cum providenciis factis pro le Reys. (1391) Acc.Exped.Der. in Camd.n.s.52 40/30

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personification of Venice, within a border of scroll-work with the arms of the Mocenigo family. Leaf of a Doge's Commission (index commissione dogale) to a member of the Mocenigo family A member of the Mocenigo family of Venice: their arms

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the arms of the Pasquaglio family of Venice. Leaf of a Doge's Commission (index commissione dogale) to a member of the Pasquaglio family of Venice A member of the noble Pasquaglio family of Venice: their arms (f. 16). Charles Stuart,

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(f. 2). Text in gold (f. 2). Commission from the doge of Venice, Francesco Ericcio, to Antonio Molino Made in 1635 as a commission by the doge of Venice, Francesco Ericcio, to Antonio Molino appointing him Proveditore of Cattaro for

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Fund (£3,000 bequeathed in 1838 by Charles Long, Baron Farnborough (b. 1761, d. 1838), a cousin of Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (b. 1756, d. 1829), founder of the collection. Decorated initial and border Venice Italy. N. (Venice)

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the books (ff. 1, 25v). Small initials in plain red or blue. De iustitia et iure Paolo Mauroceni, senator of Venice and governor of Lombardy: dedicated to him 'Ad clarissimum virum Paulum Maurocenum senatorem Venetum et provincie Lombarde presidem.' (f.

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Title: Statuta Communis Florentiea (fragment) Creator: Manuscript Name: Statuta Communis Florentiea (fragment) Text lang: LAT Locus: two folios Colophon: Explicit: Note: preserved in a copy of Iohannes Marchesinus, Mammotrecus super Bibliam, Nicolaus Jenson, Venice 1479 Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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four sides Colophon: Explicit: Note: between the last page of text and the printer’s mark in La Preclara Narratione di Ferdinando Cortese della Nuova Hispagna del Mare Oceano, Bernardino de Viano de Lexona Vercellese, Venice 1524. Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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Text lang: LAT Locus: two fragmentary bi-folios Colophon: Explicit: Note: The two bi-folios are now the front (=A) and back (=B) fly-leaves of a copy[N51] of Angelus de Clavasio, Summa Angelica, G. de Arrivabenis, Venice 1492, Resp stmt: Rubric: Summary:

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Name: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch Repository: University of Sydney Library Settlement: Sydney Associated Manuscript Items: Bible. Old Testament. Pentateuch Acquisition: Binding: Catchwords: Collation: Composite: no Condition: Deco desc: Decoration consists of writing being moulded into geometric designs and designs

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two folios occur as fly—leaves in a volume containing the following incunabula 1. Antoninus Florentinus OP, Sutnmula confession is utilissima, Venice 1482, 2. Anon., Tractatus de instructionibus confessorurn, n.p.n.d., 3. Thomas Aquinas OP, De modo confitendi et [de] puritate conscientie,

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he was made Erle of wylteshire And sir Iohan Moungu of salisbury ¶And whan the kyng had thus y done he helde the {per}∣lementand riall feste vn to all his lordes and to all maner of peplethat thidder wold

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hauens & went ouer the see in to diuerse landis eche his way. ¶And the duke of norfolke wēt to venice and ther he died on whos soule god haue merci amen. ¶And than kyng Richard made a clarke of

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explanatory explicits to different parts. Marginal Headings: A few marginal headings in some texts as for example in Paul of Venice, chapter numbers in the ink of the text and the hand of the scribe; a few other notes occur

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schippe at; for sum schippes at þe cite of Geen , sum at Venice and sailez thurgh þe see Adrias, þat es cald þe Gulff of Venice and partes Italy and Grece on þat syde, and sum wendez to Naples

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þat commes fra þe landes of þe west, he gas thurgh Fraunce , Burgoyne , and Lumbardy, and so to Venice or Geen , or sum oþer hauen, and schippes þare and wendez by see to þe ile of Greff

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A man þat comes fra þe landes of þe west he gas thurgℏ fraunce burgoyne and lumbardy and so to venice or geen or sum oþer hauen and schippes þare and wendez by see to þe Ile of greff þe

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it was a citee of Cristen men sum tyme, bot now it es destruyd for þe maste party. And fra Venice til Acon es by see ii m and iiij xx 2080 myle of Lumbardy; and fra Calabre, or fra

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to Tartari, or Perse, or to Caldee, or Inde , he schall entre þe see at Geen , or at Venice , or at sum oþer hauen before nefned, and so passe þe see and arryue at þe hauen of

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5 Venys toune. Venice was the most common departure point for northern Euro­pean pilgrims to the Holy Land, in part because of its location but largely due to its importance as a naval and mercantile power. Venice dominated the trade

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right to call him “the Proust of the genre.”3 The Stations of Jerusalem presents a fairly standard route, beginning in Venice, with stops in the Venetian-held ports of the Adriatic and eastern Mediterranean, and landing in Joppa. From there pilgrims

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in short renowned whom still; (t-note) messenger; (see note) made his way (see note) River Jordan once sail (see note) Venice Genoa (see note) saw boat rock this reason: Great effort; (see note) Nothing avails sailing straits of Gibraltar perilous;

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de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pauli Burgensis replicisque Matthiae Doering. 4 vols. Venice: Octavianus Scotus, 1489. [Hoccleve's explicit reference establishes that he had access to a Bible with Nicholas' commentary.] Quintilian. The

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Jerusalem on the road to Jaffa). 1746 purchasyn hir mor pardon, lit., to "purchase" for herself more pardon. 1751 Venyce, Venice. 1752 deyin, die. 1759 velany, shame. 1761 diswer, doubt. 1767 deceyvabyl, deceiving. 1769 flowyn on the gret plent of

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

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MS. 177, fol. 245, fols 118-21r. E. fols. 122-46 (printed): Sextus Aurelius Victor (attributed to), De Viris illu- stribus . Venice, Andreas de Paltasichis (first press), 5 June 1477. Hain *2136, B.M.C. v, 251 (this copy is LA. 20607). F.

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