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Harley 2253
Henri d'Acre, Various texts including secular and religious lyrics (also known as the 'Harley Lyrics'), including King Horn and the Follies of Fashion, and Psalms listed for recitation at certain times (imperfect)
England, Central (Hereford, Ludlow); 1st half of the 14th century
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Puzzle initial

f. 1
Puzzle initial
Text page

f. 55v
Text page
Text page

f. 59v
Text page
 
Text page

f. 67
Text page
Songs

ff. 71v-72
Songs
Text page

f. 73
Text page
 
Text page

f. 76v
Text page
Mayden Moder Milde

f. 83
Mayden Moder Milde
Text page

f. 131
Text page
 

Royal 12 C xii
A collection in prose and verse, including culinary recipes
England, Central (Hereford); 1st half of the 14th century
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Text page

f. 1
Text page
Text page

f. 4v
Text page
7 recipes for meats, sauces and mulled wine

f. 11
7 recipes for meats, sauces and mulled wine
 
8 recipes for broths and sweet dishes with almond milk

f. 11v
8 recipes for broths and sweet dishes with almond milk
7 recipes for broth, eel, capon and elderflower

f. 12
7 recipes for broth, eel, capon and elderflower
7 recipes

f. 12v
7 recipes
 
Text page with recipe for 'Moree

f. 13
Text page with recipe for 'Moree
Text page

f. 13v
Text page
Inhabited initial

f. 17
Inhabited initial
 
Text page

f. 17v
Text page
Romance of Fulk Fitz-Warin

f. 33
Romance of Fulk Fitz-Warin
Brut chronicle

f. 67v
Brut chronicle
 
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