Psalm 68 With Crucifixion, In The Wycliffite Bible
Medium: Ink and pigments on vellum
The cuttings were pasted over the conventional, contemporary decoration of the early 15th-century Bible. From the Book of Psalms, this page has Psalm 68 (69, "Save me, O God"), with the historiated initial of the same psalm showing the Crucifixion which was taken from an early 13th century psalter. In the upper margin, the book of the Bible is identified with the title 'Sauter' (Psalter) and the first words of Psalm 68 in Latin are written in the margin by the beginning of the psalm, which is translated "God make thou me saaf."