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Egerton 3277 f. 145v Noli me tangere, doubting Thomas
Noli me tangere, doubting Thomas
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Description: Historiated initial 'V'(irgine) at the Matins of the Office of the Dead: Noli me tangere, Christ showing his wounds to his disciples (John 20:20), the incredulity of Thomas, Christ and his disciples praying and, in the border, a tomb (perhaps the Earl of Arundel's), a grave with a shrouded corpse, two men putting treasure in a chest, and the arms of England (before 1340) and the arms of Bohun. 
Origin: England (S. E., London?) 


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