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Additional 5762
Robert Grosseteste, Ralph Hengham and others, Legal handbook with treatises on estate and household management,
England; Last quarter of the 13th century
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Text page

f. 28
Text page

Additional 10301   ff. 6-175
South English Legendary (Legends of the saints in verse, listed according to their feast days), imperfect, ending with St Michael's day
England; 4th quarter of the 14th century
 
Additional 10301   upper outside cover
Ivory panel
England; 14th century
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Ivory panel of the Crucifixion

front binding
Ivory panel of the Crucifixion

Additional 11619   ff. 6-9
Series of drawings illlustrating the Tristan romance
England, ?S. E. (?London); 2nd or 3rd quarter of the 13th century

Additional 14252
Ranulf de Glanville; Henry of Huntingdon, Legal texts concerning the city of London; a prose description of England
England, S.E. (London); 1206-1216
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Text page

f. 86
Text page
Text page

f. 100v
Text page

Additional 15236
A botanical and astrological miscellany including the Pronosticon and an extract from the Secretum Secretorum, Book 2
England; 4th quarter of the 13th or 1st quarter of the 14th century
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Text page

f. 169
Text page

Additional 17716
Alexander de Villa Dei , Miscellany of scientific and grammatical treatises
England; 1st half of the 15th century
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Text page

f. 11
Text page

Additional 18210   ff. 1-84; 107-181
Robert Grosseteste, Constantinus Africanus, and others, A miscellany of theological and scientific texts,
England and France, N. or Germany, S.; 2nd half of the 13th century to 1st half of the 14th century
 
Additional 18210   ff. 85-106
Treatises on on palmistry (ff. 85-86v), spatulomancy (ff. 86v-89), geomancy (ff. 89v-102) and hematoscopy ff. 102v-103) and a prose lapidary (ff. 103v-106)
England or France (N); 4th quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century
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Geomantic tables

f. 93
Geomantic tables

Additional 18462   ff. 1-7
Calendar of Saints days;
England; 4th quarter of the 14th century or 1st half of the 15th century
 
Additional 18462   ff. 8-101
The Prose Brut, long version to 1333, with Des Grantz Geanz
England; 4th quarter of the 14th century or 1st half of the 15th century
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Decorated initial

f. 56v
Decorated initial
 
Additional 18462   ff. 102-204
The Prose Brut, short version to 1311, with Des Grantz Geanz
England; 4th quarter of the 14th century or 1st half of the 15th century

Additional 18633
Apocalypse with a verse translation and prose commentary in French
England; 2nd half of the 13th century
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Christ in Majesty and the Lamb with seven horns and seven eyes

f. 9
Christ in Majesty and the Lamb with seven horns and seven eyes
The Lamb and the book of Seven Seals

f. 9v
The Lamb and the book of Seven Seals
Christ, the Lamb and the book

f. 10
Christ, the Lamb and the book
 
God the Father enthroned

f. 47
God the Father enthroned

Additional 22283
A collection of homilies, poems and prose treatises, imperfect ('The Simeon Manuscript')
England, W. (?North Worcestershire); 1390-1400
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The Book of Vices and Virtues

f. 92
The Book of Vices and Virtues
Text page

f. 118
Text page

Additional 23211
Fragments containing West Saxon and East Saxon royal genealogies (f. 1), Latin verses for calculating Easter (f. 1v) and a martyrology in Old English (f. 2r-2v)
England (S.W.); 4th quarter of the 9th century
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Anglo-Saxon genealogy

f. 1
Anglo-Saxon genealogy
Verses for calculating Easter

f. 1v
Verses for calculating Easter
Martyrology

f. 2
Martyrology
 

Additional 24199   ff. 2-38
Aurelius Prudentius, Psychomachia, with interlinear and marginal glosses
England, S.; 4th quarter of the 10th century
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Detail of text with interlinear glosses

f. 5
Detail of text with interlinear glosses
Virtue and Vice

f. 5
Virtue and Vice
Detail of text and gloss

f. 14v
Detail of text and gloss
 
Detail of text and interlinear glosses

f. 14v
Detail of text and interlinear glosses
Superbia thrown into a ditch

f. 20
Superbia thrown into a ditch
Avarice and the careless man

f. 24
Avarice and the careless man
 
 
Additional 24199   ff. 39-89
Hildebert of Lavardin; Marbod of Rennes, De misterio missae (f. 39), De querimonia et conflictu carnis et animae (f. 45v), Vita metrica S. Mariae Aegyptiacae (f. 49v); Poems and other works, including Liber lapidum (f. 56), De ornamentis verborum (f. 61), Vitae Laurence, Maurice, and Thais (f. 62v); Vita Machometi (f. 82)
England; 12th century

Additional 25588
Missal, use of Sarum, with calendar
England (E., Norwich?); 1st quarter of the 15th century
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Illuminated initial

f. 8
Illuminated initial
Illuminated initial and musical notation

f. 28
Illuminated initial and musical notation
Crucifixion

f. 109v
Crucifixion
 

Additional 26773
Robert of Greatham , Miroir des Domees , a collection of sermons in rhymed couplets, some with exempla
England; 2nd quarter of the 13th century
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Text page

f. 21
Text page

Additional 28681   ff. 9-222v
Psalter ('The Map Psalter') with added prayers in French (ff. 213-217)
England, S. E.? (London/Westminster?); c. 1265 (1262 or later)
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Map

f. 9
Map
Christ holding a globe

f. 9v
Christ holding a globe
A pilgrim with staff

f. 54v
A pilgrim with staff
 
Saul falling on his sword

f. 68
Saul falling on his sword
Detail of clerics

f. 116v
Detail of clerics
A Benedictine monk praying to Christ

f. 118v
A Benedictine monk praying to Christ
 
The Virgin and Child with a lion beneath

f. 190v
The Virgin and Child with a lion beneath
 
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