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Detailed record for Royal 6 E VI

Part 1 volume 1: ff. 1-268v 
Author James le Palmer
Title Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio)
Origin England, S. E. (London)
Date c. 1360-c. 1375
Language Latin
Script Gothic cursive (Anglicana)
Scribe James le Palmer
Decoration 109 prefatory miniatures in tinted drawing of Old and New Testament subjects, arranged usually as 4 on a page (ff. 1-14). 6 miniatures in colours and gold (ff. 15, 16, 16v, 19, 70v, 196). Numerous large and small historiated initials in colours and gold, with marginal extensions forming sometimes partial bar borders decorated with vine leaves (e.g., ff. 15v, 16v, 19). Sketches for illuminators next to historiated initials (ff. 205, 205v, 206, 237, 238, 239v-242v). Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Running titles and titles in the margins in red frames with numbers in red. Numerous human heads, hands, or busts in brown ink (e.g. ff. 32, 57, 116, 262v-266). Paraphs in red.
Dimensions in mm 455 x 310 (345 x 190), in two columns
 
Part 2 volume 2: ff. 269-562 
Title Omne Bonum (Circumcisio-Dona Spiritui Sancti)
Origin England, S. E. (London)
Date c. 1360- c. 1375
Language Latin
Script Gothic cursive (Anglicana)
Scribe James le Palmer
Decoration 1 miniature in colours and gold (f. 384v). Numerous large and small historiated initials in colours and gold, with marginal extensions with vine leaves (approx. 208). Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Running titles and titles in the margins in red frames. Numerous human heads, hands, or busts in brown and red ink, in the margins. Paraphs in red.
Dimensions in mm 460 x 310 (335 x 193), in two volumes
 
Official foliation vol. 1: ff. 268 (+2 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves at the beginning and 1 at the and, and 2 unfoliated medieval parchment flyleaves at the beginning, 2 unfoliated parchment leaves after f. 14), vol. 2: ff. 293 (+ 1 unfoliated modern paper flyleaf at the beginning and 2 unfoliated medieval parchment flyleaves at the end)
Form Parchment codex
Binding BM/BL in house. Rebound in 1963.
Provenance James le Palmer (b. before 1327, d. c. 1375), probably composed and written by him between c. 1360-1375: his name 'Jacobus' quoted in the preface, 'Ego Jacobus ... Cuius cognomen alios volo ex causa latere, presens opus cum magno labore ac iugi mentis desiderio compilavi' (f. 18v); his hand identified with the scribe of Oxford, Bodleian Library, Laud Misc. 165 containing a colophon, 'Iste liber est liber jacobi le palmere quem scripsit manu sua propria deo gratias' (f. 585) (see Sandler 1996, pp. 16-19); to be identified with James le Palmer, clerk of the Exchequer mentioned in numerous documents between 1357 and 1375, when he was granted a pension of £20 a year by Edward III (see Sandler 1996, pp. 20-21).
Thomas Wolsey (b. 1470/71, d. 1530), royal minister, archbishop of York, and cardinal: 'TC' monogram, perhaps for Thomas Cardinalis (see Carley 2000, p. xxxiii), 16th century (f. 1).
The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): Westminster inventory number 'no. 1326' (f. 1), acquired by the Upper Library at Westminster after the inventory of 1542; in the catalogue of 1666, Royal Appendix 71, f. 2v; and in the 1698 catalogue of the library of St James’s Palace (see [Edward Bernard], Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8275).
Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library.
Notes The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le Palmer, being a general encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order. Bound in four volumes: Royal 6 E VI, vols. 1 and 2, and Royal 6 E VII, vols. 1and 2. The text was left unfinished: includes only one article under each letter from 'N' to 'Z' (Royal 6 E VII, vol. 2).
Illuminated by four artists: Artist A1 and Artist A (Royal 6 E VI, and Royal 6 E VII, ff. 1-240v, 503-506v, 518-523v), the later identified with the illuminator of Bodleian Library, Laud Misc. 165, the Gospel Commentary of William of Nottingham, written and owned by James le Palmer; completed c. 1380, by two different artists, Artist B (Royal 6 E VII, ff. 243v-417, 443-447v) and Artist C (Royal 6 E VII, 434v-348, 452v-532), the former had also completed the illuminations of Bodleian Library, Laud Misc. 165 (see Sandler 1996, pp. 76-82 and Appendix 3).
Catchwords, bifolium signatures; guide letters for initials.
Select bibliography Augustus Hughes-Hughes, Catalogue of Manuscript Music in the British Museum, 3 vols (London: British Museum, 1965, a facsimile of the edition of 1906-09), III, p. 260.

H. P. Cholmeley, John of Gaddesden and the Rosa Medicinae (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1912), p. 125.

George F. Warner and Julius P. Gilson, Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Old Royal and King’s Collections, 4 vols (London: British Museum, 1921), I, pp. 157-59.

Francis Wormald, 'More Matthew Paris Drawings', Walpole Society, 31 (1942-43), 109-12 (p. 111).

C. H. Talbot, ‘A List of Cistercian Manuscripts in Great Britain’, Traditio: Studies in Ancient and Medieval History, Thought and Religion, 8 (1952), 402-18 (p. 411).

Loren MacKinney, Medical Illustrations in Medieval Manuscripts, Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 5, 2 parts bound together (London: Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 1965), with Thomas Herndon, Part II, Medical Miniatures in Extant Manuscripts: A Checklist, no. 53.

Michael Evans, 'An Illustrated Fragment of Peraldus's Summa of Vice: Harleian MS 3244' Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 45 (1982), 32-55 (p. 25 n. 75)..

Peter Murray Jones, Medieval Medical Miniatures (London: British Library, 1984), pp. 117-18, fig. 53.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'The Handclasp in the Arnolfini Wedding: A Manuscript Precedent', The Art Bulletin 66 (1984), pp. 488-91 (pp. 489-90).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, ‘Face to Face with God: A Pictorial Image of the Beatific Vision’, in England in the Fourteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1985 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. by W. M. Ormrod (Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1986), pp. 224-35 (pp. 228-34, figs 1-5).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 5 ( London: Harvey Miller, 1986), no. 124.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'Notes for the Illuminator: the Case of the Omne Bonum', The Art Bulletin, 71 (1989), 551-64 (p. 552).

Lynda Dennison, 'Oxford, Exeter College MS 47: The Importance of Stylistic and Codicological Analysis in its Dating and Localization', in Medieval Book Production: Assessing the Evidence, ed. by Linda l. Brownrigg, Proceedings of the Second Conference of The Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500, Oxford, July 1998 (Los Altos Hills, California: Anderson-Lovelace, 1990), pp. 41-59 (pp. 55, 56).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'Omne bonum: Compilatio and Ordinatio in an English Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Fourteenth Century', in Medieval Book Production: Assessing the Evidence, ed. by Linda l. Brownrigg, Proceedings of the Second Conference of The Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500, Oxford, July 1998 (Los Altos Hills, California: Anderson-Lovelace, 1990), pp. 183-200.

Alison Stones, review of Lucy Sandler Freeman, Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385, Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 5, Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies, 66 (1991), 691-95 (p. 693).

Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Medieval Illuminators and their Methods of Work (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992), p. 40, fig. 59.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'The Image of the Book-Owner in the Fourteenth Century: Three Cases of Self-definition', in England in the Fourteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1991 Harlaxton Symposium (Harlaxton Medieval Studies III: Stamford, 1993), ed. by N. Rogers, pp. 58-80 (pp. 74-79).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, Omne Bonum: A Fourteenth-Century Encyclopedia of Universal Knowledge, 2 vols (London: Harvey Miller, 1996).

The Libraries of King Henry VIII, ed. by J. P. Carley, Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 7 (London: The British Library, 2000 ), H2.1326, p. xxxi, n. 33.

Justin Clegg, The Medieval Church in Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2003), p. 10, fig. 6.

Sophie Page, Magic in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2004), pp. 36-37, pl. 38.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, The Lichtenthal Psalter and the Manuscript Patronage of the Bohun Family (London: Harvey Miller, 2004), p. 157 n. 54.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, ‘Word Imagery in English Gothic Psalters: The Case of the Vienna Bohun manuscript (ÖNB, cod. 1826), in The Illuminated Psalter: Studies in the Content, Purpose and Placement of its Images, ed. by F. O. Büttner, (Belgium: Brepols, 2004), pp. 387-95 (p. 390 n. 14).

Greg Buzwell, Saints in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2005), p. 28.

Michelle Brown, The Holkham Bible: A Facsimile (London, British Library, 2007), p. 16.

Deirdre Jackson, Marvellous to Behold: Miracles in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2007), p. 67, pls 23, 57, 58.

Raymond Clemens and Timothy Graham, Introduction to Manuscript Studies (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2008), pl. 2-25.

Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination (London: British Library, 2011), no. 92 [exhibition catalogue].
Last revised: 09 May 2011


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Part  1   volume 1: ff. 1-268v
James le Palmer Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio)
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Creation

f. 1
Creation
Creation

f. 1
Creation
Scenes of Creation

f. 1v
Scenes of Creation
 
Scenes of Creation

f. 1v
Scenes of Creation
Biblical cycle

f. 2
Biblical cycle
Adam and Eve

f. 2
Adam and Eve
 
Biblical cycle

f. 2v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 3
Biblical cycle
Circumcision of Abraham

f. 3
Circumcision of Abraham
 
Biblical cycle

f. 3v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 4
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 4v
Biblical cycle
 
Biblical cycle

f. 5
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 5v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 6
Biblical cycle
 
Biblical cycle

f. 6v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 7
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 7v
Biblical cycle
 
The Nativity

f. 7v
The Nativity
The Annunciation

f. 7v
The Annunciation
Biblical cycle

f. 8
Biblical cycle
 
Biblical cycle

f. 8v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 9
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 9v
Biblical cycle
 
Miracles of Christ

f. 10
Miracles of Christ
Biblical cycle

f. 10v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle of the Passion

f. 11
Biblical cycle of the Passion
 
Biblical cycle of the Passion

f. 11v
Biblical cycle of the Passion
Biblical cycle of the Passion

f. 12
Biblical cycle of the Passion
Biblical cycle of the Passion

f. 12v
Biblical cycle of the Passion
 
Biblical cycle of the Passion

f. 13
Biblical cycle of the Passion
Biblical cycle

f. 13v
Biblical cycle
Biblical cycle

f. 14
Biblical cycle
 
Instruments of the Passion

f. 15
Instruments of the Passion
Instruments of the Passion

f. 15
Instruments of the Passion
Paul

f. 15v
Paul
 
Benedict and Paul

f. 15v
Benedict and Paul
Benedict

f. 15v
Benedict
Vision of Benedict and Paul

f. 16
Vision of Benedict and Paul
 
Vision of Benedict and Paul

f. 16
Vision of Benedict and Paul
Benedict XII issuing decrees and the Beatific Vision

f. 16v
Benedict XII issuing decrees and the Beatific Vision
Head of Christ

f. 16v
Head of Christ
 
Absolutio (absolution)

f. 19
Absolutio (absolution)
Abusiones seculi et claustri (Wordly and claustral abuses)

f. 27
Abusiones seculi et claustri (Wordly and claustral abuses)
Abusiones seculi et claustri (Wordly and claustral abuses)

f. 27
Abusiones seculi et claustri (Wordly and claustral abuses)
 
Abbatissa (Abbess)

f. 27
Abbatissa (Abbess)
Abbatissa (Abbess)

f. 27
Abbatissa (Abbess)
Abstinencia (Abstinence)

f. 28
Abstinencia (Abstinence)
 
Abolitio (Abolition)

f. 30v
Abolitio (Abolition)
Abel, Absencia (Absence)

f. 31
Abel, Absencia (Absence)
Acceptione personarum (Receiving of people)

f. 36v
Acceptione personarum (Receiving of people)
 
Accidia (Sloth)

f. 37v
Accidia (Sloth)
Achor

f. 39v
Achor
Acoliti (Acolytes), Achab

f. 40
Acoliti (Acolytes), Achab
 
Acutus sapor (Strong flavour), Acetosus sapor (Sour flavour), Achates (river stone), Adam

f. 45
Acutus sapor (Strong flavour), Acetosus sapor (Sour flavour), Achates (river stone), Adam
Adam

f. 46v
Adam
Adulacio (Adulation)

f. 48v
Adulacio (Adulation)
 
Advocatus (Lawyer)

f. 50v
Advocatus (Lawyer)
Advocatus (Lawyer)

f. 52
Advocatus (Lawyer)
Adventus Domini (Incarnation)

f. 55
Adventus Domini (Incarnation)
 
Adventus domini secundus (Second coming of Christ)

f. 57
Adventus domini secundus (Second coming of Christ)
Adventus domini secundus (Second coming of Christ)

f. 57
Adventus domini secundus (Second coming of Christ)
Adolescens, Adolescencia (Adolescence)

f. 58v
Adolescens, Adolescencia (Adolescence)
 
Adolescens, Adolescencia (Adolescence)

f. 58v
Adolescens, Adolescencia (Adolescence)
Adulterium (Adultery)

f. 61
Adulterium (Adultery)
Adulterium (Adultery)

f. 61
Adulterium (Adultery)
 
Aer (Air)

f. 68
Aer (Air)
Tree of Affinity

f. 70v
Tree of Affinity
Agere (to act)

f. 72
Agere (to act)
 
Alea (Dice)

f. 73
Alea (Dice)
Alea (Dice)

f. 73
Alea (Dice)
Alienacio (Alienation, transfer of property)

f. 77
Alienacio (Alienation, transfer of property)
 
Alienacio (Alienation, transfer of property)

f. 77
Alienacio (Alienation, transfer of property)
Alienum (Another person's property)

f. 79v
Alienum (Another person's property)
Amor (Love)

f. 83
Amor (Love)
 
Amicicia (Friendship)

f. 85v
Amicicia (Friendship)
Ambicio (Striving after honours)

f. 87
Ambicio (Striving after honours)
Angeli (Angels)

f. 89v
Angeli (Angels)
 
Angeli (Angels)

f. 90v
Angeli (Angels)
Angeli (Angels)

f. 92
Angeli (Angels)
Anima (Soul)

f. 94v
Anima (Soul)
 
Annus (Year)

f. 99v
Annus (Year)
Antichrist

f. 100v
Antichrist
Antichrist

f. 100v
Antichrist
 
Antichrist

f. 102
Antichrist
Anulus (ring)

f. 104
Anulus (ring)
Anulus (ring)

f. 104
Anulus (ring)
 
Anulus (ring)

f. 104
Anulus (ring)
Animalia (animals)

f. 104v
Animalia (animals)
Anglia (England)

f. 107
Anglia (England)
 
Ancilla (Maidservant)

f. 107
Ancilla (Maidservant)
Anglia (England)

f. 107
Anglia (England)
Anetum (Anise) and Anciptiter (Bird of pray)

f. 107v
Anetum (Anise) and Anciptiter (Bird of pray)
 
Apostata et Apostasia (Apostate and Apostasy)

f. 115
Apostata et Apostasia (Apostate and Apostasy)
Apostoli (Apostles)

f. 119v
Apostoli (Apostles)
Apostema (Abscess)

f. 122v
Apostema (Abscess)
 
Aprilis (April), Apes (Bees)

f. 123v
Aprilis (April), Apes (Bees)
Aqua (water)

f. 125v
Aqua (water)
Aqua (water)

f. 126v
Aqua (water)
 
Aquila (Eagle)

f. 128
Aquila (Eagle)
Arbiter, Arbitrium (Judge, Decision)

f. 128v
Arbiter, Arbitrium (Judge, Decision)
Archidiaconus (archdeacon)

f. 132v
Archidiaconus (archdeacon)
 
Archipresbiter (Archpriest)

f. 136
Archipresbiter (Archpriest)
Arma clericorum (Weapons of clerics)

f. 137
Arma clericorum (Weapons of clerics)
Arrogantia, Argumentum, and Ars

f. 138v
Arrogantia, Argumentum, and Ars
 
Ars sive artes (Art or Arts)

f. 138v
Ars sive artes (Art or Arts)
Arre (Earnest-money)

f. 140v
Arre (Earnest-money)
Arbores (trees)

f. 142
Arbores (trees)
 
Arbores (trees)

f. 143
Arbores (trees)
Archiepiscopus (Archbishop)

f. 145
Archiepiscopus (Archbishop)
Arena (Sand)

f. 148v
Arena (Sand)
 
Arena (Sand)

f. 148v
Arena (Sand)
Assessor (Counselor, adviser to a judge)

f. 150v
Assessor (Counselor, adviser to a judge)
Text page

f. 151
Text page
 
Assensio Domini (Ascension of the Lord)

f. 151v
Assensio Domini (Ascension of the Lord)
Avaritia (Avarice)

f. 154v
Avaritia (Avarice)
Auctoritas (Papal authority)

f. 158v
Auctoritas (Papal authority)
 
Auditus sive audire (Hearing or to hear)

f. 160v
Auditus sive audire (Hearing or to hear)
Audax (Courageous person) and Aurum (Gold)

f. 163
Audax (Courageous person) and Aurum (Gold)
Aves (Birds)

f. 167v
Aves (Birds)
 
Aves (Birds)

f. 167v
Aves (Birds)
Baptismus (Baptism)

f. 171
Baptismus (Baptism)
Balaam

f. 178
Balaam
 
Baculus pastoralis (Pastoral staff)

f. 178v
Baculus pastoralis (Pastoral staff)
Balneum (Bath)

f. 179
Balneum (Bath)
Balista (Crossbowmen)

f. 179v
Balista (Crossbowmen)
 
Beatitudo (Heavenly bliss)

f. 182
Beatitudo (Heavenly bliss)
Bellum (war)

f. 183v
Bellum (war)
Alexander and Aristotle (Bellum)

f. 188v
Alexander and Aristotle (Bellum)
 
Beneficia (Benefices)

f. 189v
Beneficia (Benefices)
Bedellus (Beadle)

f. 194
Bedellus (Beadle)
Beneficencia (Beneficence), Benignitas (Kindness) and Bedellus (Beadle)

f. 194
Beneficencia (Beneficence), Benignitas (Kindness) and Bedellus (Beadle)
 
Table of Bigamy

f. 196
Table of Bigamy
Table of Bigamy

f. 196
Table of Bigamy
Booz (Boaz)

f. 204v
Booz (Boaz)
 
Bulla (Papal bull)

f. 207
Bulla (Papal bull)
Baiuli (Bearers, Bailiffs)

f. 208
Baiuli (Bearers, Bailiffs)
Castigare (to punish)

f. 214
Castigare (to punish)
 
Castigare (to punish)

f. 214
Castigare (to punish)
Castitas (Chastity)

f. 214v
Castitas (Chastity)
Canon sive Canones (Canon or Canons)

f. 216v
Canon sive Canones (Canon or Canons)
 
Caracter (Character)

f. 217v
Caracter (Character)
Caro, Carnis maceracio (Flesh, Mortification of the flesh)

f. 218v
Caro, Carnis maceracio (Flesh, Mortification of the flesh)
Caym (Cain)

f. 220v
Caym (Cain)
 
Capitulum (Chapter)

f. 221
Capitulum (Chapter)
Canonici (Canons)

f. 224
Canonici (Canons)
Cardinales (Cardinals)

f. 225v
Cardinales (Cardinals)
 
Caucio (Security deposit)

f. 230
Caucio (Security deposit)
Cham (Ham)

f. 231v
Cham (Ham)
Capella (Chapel)

f. 232
Capella (Chapel)
 
Causa (Legal action)

f. 233
Causa (Legal action)
Canonica porcio episcopi (Bishop's portion of canons' revenue)

f. 234v
Canonica porcio episcopi (Bishop's portion of canons' revenue)
Caducus morbus (Epilepsy)

f. 238v
Caducus morbus (Epilepsy)
 
Cardiaca passio (Heart pains)

f. 239
Cardiaca passio (Heart pains)
Caverna-Calus

f. 240
Caverna-Calus
Cecus sive Cecitas (Blind person, or Blindness)

f. 245
Cecus sive Cecitas (Blind person, or Blindness)
 
Celebracio missarum (Celebration of masses)

f. 246v
Celebracio missarum (Celebration of masses)
Cena Domini (The Last Supper)

f. 251
Cena Domini (The Last Supper)
Census (an ecclesiastical tax)

f. 252v
Census (an ecclesiastical tax)
 
Cessio actionis (Legal action concerning cession)

f. 255
Cessio actionis (Legal action concerning cession)
Cessio prelatorum (Ecclesiastical renunciation of translation)

f. 257
Cessio prelatorum (Ecclesiastical renunciation of translation)
Cerebrum (Brain)

f. 258v
Cerebrum (Brain)
 
Cena magnatum (Supper of magnates)

f. 259v
Cena magnatum (Supper of magnates)
Celum (Heavens)

f. 260
Celum (Heavens)
Cibus (Food)

f. 264v
Cibus (Food)
 
Cimiteria (Cemetery)

f. 267v
Cimiteria (Cemetery)
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 296v
Clerici (Clerics)
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 301
Clerici (Clerics)
 
Cognacio (Spiritual kinship)

f. 317v
Cognacio (Spiritual kinship)
Color (Colour)

f. 329
Color (Colour)
Cometa (Comet)

f. 340v
Cometa (Comet)
 
Coniugium (Marriage)

f. 375
Coniugium (Marriage)
Consecratio episcoporum and archiepiscoporum (Consecration of bishops and archbishops)

f. 387v
Consecratio episcoporum and archiepiscoporum (Consecration of bishops and archbishops)
Constellacio (Constellation)

f. 396v
Constellacio (Constellation)
 
Crux (Cross)

f. 447v
Crux (Cross)
Dentes (Teeth)

f. 503v
Dentes (Teeth)
Divinacio (Divination)

f. 535v
Divinacio (Divination)
 
Divinacio (Divination)

f. 535v
Divinacio (Divination)

Part  2   volume 2: ff. 269-562
Omne Bonum (Circumcisio-Dona Spiritui Sancti)
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Anima (Soul)

f. 94v
Anima (Soul)
Auctoritas (Papal authority)

f. 158v
Auctoritas (Papal authority)
Circumcisio (Circumcision)

f. 269
Circumcisio (Circumcision)
 
Civitas (City)

f. 270v
Civitas (City)
Citatio (Legal citation)

f. 275
Citatio (Legal citation)
Claves (Keys)

f. 284
Claves (Keys)
 
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 298
Clerici (Clerics)
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 300v
Clerici (Clerics)
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 301
Clerici (Clerics)
 
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 302v
Clerici (Clerics)
Clerici (Clerics)

f. 303v
Clerici (Clerics)
Coactio ad ordines (Coercion)

f. 313
Coactio ad ordines (Coercion)
 
Cognicio Dei (Knowledge of God)

f. 320v
Cognicio Dei (Knowledge of God)
Columba (Dove)

f. 322
Columba (Dove)
Cognoscere uxorem )Conjugal intercourse)

f. 323
Cognoscere uxorem )Conjugal intercourse)
 
Consciencia (Conscience)

f. 341
Consciencia (Conscience)
Consciencia (Conscience)

f. 341
Consciencia (Conscience)
Confessio (Confession)

f. 354v
Confessio (Confession)
 
Confessio iudicialis (Confession to a judge)

f. 369v
Confessio iudicialis (Confession to a judge)
Confirmacio sacramentalis (Sacrament of Confirmation)

f. 372
Confirmacio sacramentalis (Sacrament of Confirmation)
Consecracio ecclesie (Consecration of a church)

f. 385
Consecracio ecclesie (Consecration of a church)
 
Constantinus (Constantine)

f. 394
Constantinus (Constantine)
Constantinus (Constantine)

f. 394
Constantinus (Constantine)
Constantinus (Constantine)

f. 394
Constantinus (Constantine)
 
Contestacio litis (Lawsuit)

f. 407
Contestacio litis (Lawsuit)
Contestatio litis (Lawsuit)

f. 407
Contestatio litis (Lawsuit)
Contemplacio (Contemplation)

f. 409v
Contemplacio (Contemplation)
 
Contemplacio (Contemplation)

f. 409v
Contemplacio (Contemplation)
Contricio (Contrition)

f. 414v
Contricio (Contrition)
Cor (Heart)

f. 425v
Cor (Heart)
 
Corpus Christi

f. 427v
Corpus Christi
Crimen (Crime)

f. 444
Crimen (Crime)
Curator (Caretaker)

f. 452
Curator (Caretaker)
 
David

f. 457
David
Daniel

f. 460v
Daniel
Decanus (Dean)

f. 475
Decanus (Dean)
 
Defunctus (Defunct)

f. 481
Defunctus (Defunct)
Demones (Demons)

f. 491
Demones (Demons)
Deus (God)

f. 505
Deus (God)
 
Dilapidatio (Demolition)

f. 518
Dilapidatio (Demolition)
Divicie (Riches)

f. 531
Divicie (Riches)
Doctrina sive Doctor (Doctrine, or Doctor)

f. 541
Doctrina sive Doctor (Doctrine, or Doctor)
 
Doctrina (Doctine)

f. 541
Doctrina (Doctine)
Doctrina (Doctine)

f. 541
Doctrina (Doctine)

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