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Detailed record for Royal 14 C VII

Author Matthew Paris
Title Historia Anglorum, Chronica majora, Part III; Continuation of Chronica maiora
Origin England, S. (St Albans)
Date 1250-1259
Language Latin
Script Gothic
Scribe Matthew Paris
Artists Matthew Paris
Decoration Maps in colours and gold of an itinerary from London to Apulia (ff. 2-4), and to the Holy Land (ff. 4v-5), now mounted separately. 1 large framed tinted drawing of the Virgin and Child (f. 6). A series of tinted drawings of the kings of England (ff. 8v-9). 32 marginal tinted drawings in colours (ff. 42v, 68, 90, 94, 116v, 117v, 118, 119, 121, 121v, 122, 122v, 123v, 124v, 126, 127v, 128, 129v, 134v, 136, 137v, 138, 138v, 146, 148v, 158v, 167, 167v, 181, 181v, 182, 218v). Numerous shields with coats of arms, crosiers and mitres or tiaras in colours, upright or inverted, indicating births, elections of bishops or popes, coronations, or death of kings and knights. 1 diagram in ink (f. 1v). Puzzle initials in red and blue with a foliate decoration in green, brown, and red. Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing, or in blue with red pen-flourishing.
Dimensions in mm 360 x 245 (260 x 170)
Official foliation ff. ii + 232 (+ 2 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves et the beginning and 3 at the end; 1 blank parchment leaf after f. 1; ff. i, ii, 1, 232 are medieval parchment flyleaves; ff. 2-5 are parchment leaves mounted separately between sheets of glass)
Form Parchment codex
Binding BM/BL in-house.
Provenance Matthew Paris (b. c.1200, d.1259), historian, Benedictine monk, written by him between 1250 and 1259: the Historia Anglorum begun in 1250, 'Nec usque ad tempora hec scribentis videlicet annum gratia M CCL est inventus'; and given to the Benedictine abbey of St Albans: inscribed in his hand 'Hunc librum dedit f[rate]r matthaeus pariesiensis [erased] / Anima Mattaei et anime omniu[m] fidelium defunctorum requiescant in pace. Amen' (f. 6v).
The Benedictine abbey of St Albans: above inscription, and St Albans library pressmark 'A.19' (f. 1)
Humfrey [or Humphrey of Lancaster], duke of Gloucester (b. 1390, d. 1447), prince, soldier, and literary patron, duke of Gloucester from 1414: an erased inscription 'Ceste livre est a moy Homffrey Duc de Gloucestre' (f. 231).
John Russell (b. c.1430, d. 1494), bishop of Lincoln: inscription of 1488 stating that if the book can be proved to have belonged to St. Albans the bishop will view it as a loan from the monks, but otherwise he bequeaths it to New College, Oxford (f. 1).
Polydore Vergil [Polidoro Virgili] (b. c.1470, d. 1555), historian: used by him for his Anglica Historia of 1534; notes in his hand (ff. 10-100).
Added leaves replacing the original folios, 16th century (ff. 34-35v).
The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): Westminster inventory number 'no. 1041' (f. 1), included in the Upper Library at Westminster after c. 1547; and in the select list of works noted by John Bale, as 'Chronica Matthei Parys. Thys chronycle remayneth in the custodye of my lorde of Arundell, beynge a fayre, and written in an olde Latyne lettre. It belongeth to the quenes majestyes lybrary, lent by Bartylmew Trihearon, suche tyme as he had the kepynge of that lybrarye in the kynge Edwardes tyme'.
Henry Fitzalan, 12th earl of Arundel (b. 1512, d. 1580), magnate: lent to him by Bartholomew Traheron, keeper of the king's library (1549-53) (see note above).
Matthew Parker (b. 1504, d.1575), archbishop of Canterbury and patron of scholarship: lent to him by Arundel for his edition of the Chronica Majora of 1571 (see Graham and Watson 1998).
Inscribed 'Johannes Minsheus', probably to be identified with John Minsheu (b. 1559/60, d. 1627), lexicographer (f. ii).
John Lumley, 1st baron Lumley (b. c. 1533, d. 1609), collector and conspirator: inscribed with his name (f. 1); passed to Henry, prince of Wales.
Henry Frederick, prince of Wales (b. 1594, d. 1612), eldest child of James I: his collection became part of the Royal Library.
The Old Royal Library: included in the catalogue of 1666, Royal Appendix 71, f. 21; and in the 1698 catalogue of the library of St James’s Palace (see Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697'), no. 8345).
Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library.
Notes Full digital coverage available for this manuscript: see Digitised Manuscripts at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts.
Includes two autograph copies of works of Matthew Paris: the only complete copy of the Historia Anglorum, a history of England covering the years 1070-1253 (ff. 10-156v), probably written in the period between 1250-1255, and the Chronica Majora, Part III, covering the years 1254-1259 (ff. 157-218v), of which the first two volumes are Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 26 and 16; with the Continuation of the Chronica majora from 1259 to 1272 (ff. 219-231).
The text is preceded by a diagram of Winds (f. 1v); an Itinerary from London to Jerusalem in French, with pictures of towns (ff. 2-5) [now mounted separately], and a map of Britain (f. 5v); Easter tables (f. 6v), and a calendar (ff. 7-8).
Written by Matthew Paris except ff. 154v-156v, 210 col. 2-218v, which are in a hand of the scribe who has added a note of Matthew Paris's death (f. 218v), and ff. 34-35v which have been supplied in the 16th century.
Catchwords and quire signatures, with a note of numbers of leaves in the lower margin of each first folio of a quire.
Select bibliography R. Gough, British Topography (London, 1780), I, pp. 61-64.

Joseph Strutt, Horda Angel-cynnan: or a Complete View of the Manners, Customs, Arms, Habits, etc. of the Inhabitants of England, from the arrival of the Saxons till the reign of Henry the Eighth, 3 vols (London: White, 1775-6), II (1775), pl. XXXIII.

Catalogue of Manuscript Maps, Charts and Plans, and of the Topographical Drawings in the British Museum, 3 vols (London: British Museum, 1844-1861), I, p. 14.

Matthew Paris, Matthaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani, Historia anglorum: sive, ut vulgo dicitur, Historia minor; item ejusdem abbreviatio chronicorum Angliæ , ed. by Sir Frederic Madden, Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, 44 (London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1866-1869), p. xxxviii.

T. D. Hardy, Descriptive Catalogue of Materials for British History, 3 vols (London: Rolls Series, 1862-1871), l, lx, lxxi, lxxiii, lxxvi, cxxvi-vii, cxxx-cxxxi, III, pp. 133-36, 153-55.

J. A. Herbert, Illuminated Manuscripts (London: Methuen, 1911), p. 185.

Schools of Illumination: Reproductions from Manuscripts in the British Museum, 6 vols (London: British Museum, 1914-1930), II: English 12th and 13th Centuries (1915), pl. 10.

W. R. Lethaby, 'English Primitives', Burlington Magazine, 31 (1917), 45-52 (pp. 45, 47-48).

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), II, pp. 135-36.

M. R. James, 'The Drawings of Matthew Paris', Walpole Society, 14 (1926), 1-26 (pp. 18-21).

Eric G. Millar, English Illuminated Manuscripts from the Xth to the XIIIth Century (Paris: Van Oest, 1926), pl. 87.

[Eric G. Millar], British Museum Reproductions from Illuminated Manuscripts, Series 4 (London: British Museum, 1928), pl. 17.

J. P. Gilson, Four Maps of Great Britain designed by Matthew Paris (London: British Museum, 1928), pp. 3-11, pl. D.

O. E. Sounders, English Illumination, 2 vols (Paris: Pegasus Press, 1928, reprinted New York: Hacker Art Books, 1970), I, pp. 76, 78, II, pl. 80.

J. B. Mitchell, 'Early Maps of Great Britain. I: Matthew Paris Maps', The Geographical Journal, 81 (1933), 28-34.

English Benedictine Calendars after A. D. 1100, ed. by Francis Wormald, 2 vols, Henry Bradshaw Society, 77, 81 (London: Harrison and Sons, 1934-1939), I, 32.

Guide to an Exhibition of English Art gathered from Various Departments and held in the Prints and Drawings Gallery (London: British Museum, 1934), no. 113.

Youssouf Kamal, Monumenta Cartographica Africae et Aegypti, 5 vols (Leiden: [Printed for the Author], 1935), III, p. 1001.

B. L. Ullman, 'Manuscripts of Duke Humphrey of Gloucester', in Studies in the Italian Renaissance, Storia e Letteratura, 51 (Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1955), pp. 345-55 (first publ. in English Historical Review, 52 (1937), 670-72), (p. 354 no. 14).

F. M. Powicke, 'Notes on the compilation of the Cronica Majora of Matthew Paris', Modern Philology, 38 (1941), pp. 312-17.

Francis Wormald, 'More Matthew Paris Drawings', Walpole Society, 31 (1942-43), 109-12 (p. 109, n. 2).

V. H. Galbraith, Roger Wendover and Matthew Paris (Glasgow: University of Glasgow Publications, 1944), pp. 24, 28-30.

F. M. Powicke, 'The Compilation of the Chronica Majora of Matthew Paris', Proceedings of the British Academy, 30 (1944), pp. 153-60.

Aspilogia: being Materials of Heraldry, 2 vols, ed. by A. R. Wagner (Oxford: University Press, 1950), I: A Catalogue of English Medieval Rolls of Arms, p. 1.

C. E. Wright, 'The Dispersal of the Monastic Libraries and the Beginnings of Anglo-Saxon Studies. Matthew Parker and his Circle: a Preliminary Study', Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 3 (1951) 208-37 (f. 214).

Richard Vaughan, 'The Handwriting of Matthew Paris', Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 5 (1953) 376-94 (pp. 376-77, 380, 388, 399, pls XVIIb, XIXh).

G. B. Parks, The English Traveller to Italy (Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1954), pp. 180-84.

Peter Brieger, English Art 1216-1307, Oxford History of English Art, 4 (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1957), p. 136.

Richard Vaughan, Matthew Paris (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1958), pls I, V, XI, XII.

N. R. Ker, 'From 'Above Top Line' to 'Below Top Line': A Change in Scribal Practice', Celtica, 5 (1960) 13-16 (p. 15).

O. H. M. Baron Hexthausen, 'Jerusalemskorset', Heraldisk Tidsskrift', 7 (1963), 293-306 (p. 303, il. 15).

Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: A List of Surviving Books, ed. by N. R. Ker, 2nd edn, Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks, 3 (London: Royal Historical Society, 1964), p. 167.

D. H. Turner, 'The Evesham Psalter', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 27 (1964), 23-41 (p. 35).

Roberto Weiss, 'Portrait of a Bibliophile XI: Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester d. 1447', The Book Collector, 13 (1964) 161-70 (pl. 1b).

Margaret Rickert, Painting in Britain: the Middle Ages, 2nd edn (London: Penguin Books, 1965), pp. 108-09, 203, pl. 110.

Aspilogia: being Materials of Heraldry, ed. by Anthony Wagner, II: Rolls of Arms: Henry III: The Matthew Paris shields, c. 1244-59', ed. by Thomas Daniel Tremlett (Oxford: University Press, 1967), pp. 11-36, 77-79.

Antonia Gransden, Historical Writing in England, 2 vols (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1974), I: c. 550 - c. 1307, p. 356 passim, pl. IX.

Sonia Patterson, 'An Attempt to Identify Matthew Paris as a Flourisher', The Library 32 (1977), 367-70.

André de Mandach, Naissance et développement de la Chanson de Geste en Europe (Geneva: Libraire Droz, 1961- ), III: Chanson d'Aspremont, A. Les cours d'Agoland et de Charlemagne, Publications romanes et françaises, 134 (1975), p. 34.

Andrew G. Watson, Catalogue of Dated and Datable Manuscripts c. 700-1600 in The Department of Manuscripts: The British Library, 2 vols (London: British Library, 1979), I, no. 893.

W. B. Yapp, 'The Birds of English Medieval Manuscripts', Journal of Medieval History, 5 (1979) 315-48 (pp. 320, 346).

Francois Avril, L'enluminure a l'epoque gothique 1200-1420, Bibliotheque de l'image (Paris: Famot,1979), pp. 33-34.

P. D. A. Harvey, The History of Topographical Maps (London: Thames and Hudson, 1980), pls 28, 33.

Helen Wallis, 'The Royal Map Collection of England', Rivista da Universidade de Coimbra 41 (1981), 3-10 (p. 3).

Nigel Morgan, Early Gothic Manuscripts, 2 vols, A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 4 (London Harvey Miller, 1982-1988), I: 1190-1250, no. 92 [with additional bibliography], II: 1250-1285, pp. 51, 84.

The Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400, ed. by Jonathan Alexander and Paul Binski (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1987), no. 437 [exhibition catalogue].

Suzanne Lewis, The Art of Matthew Paris in the Chronica Majora (Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1987), pp. 9, 16, 145, 156, 457-67, figs 1, 2, 20, 48, 63, 71, 79, 105, 134, 141, 147, 155, 159-61, 163, 167, 169, 183, 191, 194, 204-08, 217, 218, pl. VII.

Jeanne E. Krochalis, 'The Books and Readings of Henry V and his Circle', The Chaucer Review, 23 (1988), 50-77 (p. 57).

Europa und der Orient: 800-1900, ed. by Gereon Sievernich and Hendrik Budde (Berline: Bertelsmann Lexikon, 1989), no. 7/3 [exhibition catalogue].

Heinrich der Löwe und seine Zeit: Herrschaft und Repräsentation der Welfen 1125-1235, ed. by Jochen Luckhardt and Franz Niehoff, 3 vols (Munich: Hirmer, 1995), [exhibition catalogue] I, no. E19; II, pls 7-8. [with additional bibliography].

P. D. A. Harvey, Mappa Mundi: The Hereford World Map (London: British Library, 1996), pls on pp. 36-37.

Janet Backhouse, The Illuminated Page: Ten Centuries of Manuscript Painting in the British Library (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997), no. 59 and 60.

Sonia Scott-Fleming, The Analysis of Pen Flourishing in Thirteenth-Century Manuscripts (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1989), pp. 30-31.

Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Medieval Illuminators and their Methods of Work (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992), pp. 25, 109, 172 n. 62, fig. 36.

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Pamela Porter, Courtly Love in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2003), pp. 17-18.

Paul Binski, Becket’s Crown: Art and Imagination in Gothic England 1170-1300 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004), pls 108, 185.

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Katharine Breen, 'Returning Home from Jerusalem: Matthew Paris's First Map of Britain in Its Manuscript Context, Representations, 89 (2005), 59-93 (p. 59, 61, 62 and passim, figs. 1-11).

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M. Meuwese, 'Representations of Jerusalem on Medieval Maps and Miniatures', Eastern Christian Art, 2 (2005), 139-48 (pp. 140-42, pl. 3).

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Sacred: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their Sacred Texts (London: British Library, 2007), p. 205 [exhibition catalogue].

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Last revised: 22 September 2009


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Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
City of London

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City of London
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
 
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
Itinerary to Jerusalem

f. 3
Itinerary to Jerusalem
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
 
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
 
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
Itinerary to Jerusalem

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Itinerary to Jerusalem
Map of Britain

f. 5v
Map of Britain
 
Map of Britain

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Map of Britain
Virgin and child

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Virgin and child
Matthew Paris

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Matthew Paris
 
Easter tables

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Easter tables
Calendar

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Calendar
Calendar

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Calendar
 
Calendar

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Calendar
English kings

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English kings
William I

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William I
 
King William Rufus

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King William Rufus
Henry I

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Henry I
English kings

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English kings
 
King John

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King John
Richard I

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Richard I
Henry II

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Henry II
 
Puzzle initial

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Puzzle initial
Arms of William the Conqueror

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Arms of William the Conqueror
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
 
Arms

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Arms
Text page

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Text page
Puzzle initial and arms

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Puzzle initial and arms
 
Royal arms of France

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Royal arms of France
Templars

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Templars
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
 
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
Arms with a pike

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Arms with a pike
Arms with a pike

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Arms with a pike
 
Royal arms of France

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Royal arms of France
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
 
Royal arms of England

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Royal arms of England
Arms

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Arms
Birth of Henry III and a Bell and clapper

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Birth of Henry III and a Bell and clapper
 
Bells

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Bells
Bells

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Bells
Arms of Geoffrey De Mandeville and broken lance

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Arms of Geoffrey De Mandeville and broken lance
 
Arms of Henry III

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Arms of Henry III
Arms of Simon de Montfort

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Arms of Simon de Montfort
Arms of Saer de Quincy and Henry de Buhun

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Arms of Saer de Quincy and Henry de Buhun
 
Arms of William d'Aubigny

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Arms of William d'Aubigny
Royal arms of France of Philip II Augustus

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Royal arms of France of Philip II Augustus
Arms of William de Longespée

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Arms of William de Longespée
 
The royal arms of France

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The royal arms of France
Arms of William de Mandeville

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Arms of William de Mandeville
Mitre and crosier

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Mitre and crosier
 
Arms of William de Braose

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Arms of William de Braose
Henry III in a boat

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Henry III in a boat
Arms of Gilbert de Clare and William Marshal

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Arms of Gilbert de Clare and William Marshal
 
Arms of William Marshal and clasped hands

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Arms of William Marshal and clasped hands
Tomb of Richard of Canterbury

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Tomb of Richard of Canterbury
Man threshing

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Man threshing
 
Man threshing

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Man threshing
Hubert de Burgh

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Hubert de Burgh
Arms of Ralph of Chester

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Arms of Ralph of Chester
 
Mitres, crosiers and the Manus Dei

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Mitres, crosiers and the Manus Dei
House

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House
House

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House
 
Hospital

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Hospital
Hospital

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Hospital
Hospital

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Hospital
 
Consecration

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Consecration
Edmund of Canterbury, Gilbert Marshal and Henry III

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Edmund of Canterbury, Gilbert Marshal and Henry III
Frederick II and Isabella of England

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Frederick II and Isabella of England
 
Frederick II and Isabella of England

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Frederick II and Isabella of England
Marriage of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence

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Marriage of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence
Marriage of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence

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Marriage of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence
 
Arms of William d'Aubigny

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Arms of William d'Aubigny
Arms of John of Brienne

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Arms of John of Brienne
Arms of John of Brienne

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Arms of John of Brienne
 
Council of London

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Council of London
Sultan of Babylon

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Sultan of Babylon
Sultan of Babylon, mitre and crosier

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Sultan of Babylon, mitre and crosier
 
Isabella of Cornwall

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Isabella of Cornwall
Arms of William of Savoy

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Arms of William of Savoy
Shields and banners

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Shields and banners
 
Shields and banners

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Shields and banners
Mitres, crosiers, and arms

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Mitres, crosiers, and arms
Arms of William de Marisco

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Arms of William de Marisco
 
Arms of William de Marisco

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Arms of William de Marisco
Henry III and Eleanor

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Henry III and Eleanor
Henry III and Eleanor

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Henry III and Eleanor
 
Arms of Arundel and Hubert de Burgh

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Arms of Arundel and Hubert de Burgh
Griffin escaping from the Tower of London

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Griffin escaping from the Tower of London
Louis IX cured by the True Cross

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Louis IX cured by the True Cross
 
Louis IX cured by the True Cross

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Louis IX cured by the True Cross
Prince Edmund

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Prince Edmund
Abbey of Westminster and Council of Lyons

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Abbey of Westminster and Council of Lyons
 
Abbey of Westminster and Council of Lyons

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Abbey of Westminster and Council of Lyons
Council of Lyons

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Council of Lyons
Arms

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Arms
 
Arms of William of Holland

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Arms of William of Holland
Arms of William of Holland

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Arms of William of Holland
Long cross penny and ams

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Long cross penny and ams
 
Arms of Enzio, son of Frederick II

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Arms of Enzio, son of Frederick II
Ascension

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Ascension
Ascension

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Ascension
 
Arms

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Arms
Detail of arms

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Detail of arms
Dove and arms

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Dove and arms
 
Dove and arms

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Dove and arms
Mitres and crosiers, and the arms Frederick II

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Mitres and crosiers, and the arms Frederick II
Mitres, crosiers, and the arms of Frederick II

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Mitres, crosiers, and the arms of Frederick II
 
Arms

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Arms
Arms of William de Vesci

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Arms of William de Vesci
Puzzle initial

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Puzzle initial
 
Crosier

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Crosier
Mitre and crosier with the arms of count William

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Mitre and crosier with the arms of count William
Arms of Henry

f. 162
Arms of Henry
 
Arms of Conrad

f. 164
Arms of Conrad
Arms of Manfred

f. 165
Arms of Manfred
Arms of Walter de Cantelupe

f. 165v
Arms of Walter de Cantelupe
 
Papal insignia

f. 167
Papal insignia
Papal insignia

f. 167
Papal insignia
Papal insignia

f. 167v
Papal insignia
 
Papal insignia

f. 167v
Papal insignia
Puzzle initial

f. 170
Puzzle initial
Puzzle initial

f. 170
Puzzle initial
 
Arms of Arnold du Bois

f. 170v
Arms of Arnold du Bois
Arms

f. 174
Arms
Puzzle initial

f. 180v
Puzzle initial
 
Puzzle initial

f. 180v
Puzzle initial
Arms of William II of Holland

f. 182v
Arms of William II of Holland
Bethlehem star

f. 198v
Bethlehem star
 
Mitre and crosier

f. 213
Mitre and crosier
Mitres and crosiers

f. 214
Mitres and crosiers
Arms

f. 217v
Arms
 
Matthew Paris

f. 218v
Matthew Paris

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