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Detailed record for Egerton 3277

Title Psalter, Use of Sarum ('The Bohun Psalter and Hours'), imperfect
Origin England (S. E., London?)
Date 2nd half of the 14th century, after 1356, and probably before 1373
Language Latin and Anglo-Norman (one folio)
Script Gothic
Decoration 15 very large historiated initials with three-sides bar borders in colours and gold at the beginning of Psalms 38, 68, 97, 101, 109 and other divisions and at Lauds, Prime, Terce, Vespers and Compline of the Hours of the Virgin, and other divisions, including the Penetential Psalms and the Office of the Dead (ff. 29v, 46v, 67, 68v, 78, 87, 98v, 114, 120v, 123, 126v, 129, 133, 142, 145v). 12 large 'KL' letters, historiated with the labours of the months, with marginal roundels of zodiac symbols, some damaged, each in colours and gold (ff. 1-6v). Numerous large histoirated initials in colours and gold, on nearly every folio. Numerous partial bar barder in colours and gold, most inhabited by animals, hybrids, and/or people, on every folio. Line fillers in red, blue, while and gold, some with patterns, masks, animals, or hybrids. Text in red, blue, purple, or gold in the calendar.
Dimensions in mm 340 x 235 (220 x 120)
Official foliation ff. ii + 170 ( + 5 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves at the beginning and at the end)
Form Parchment codex
Binding BM/BL in-house. Rebound in 1966; patterned tooling on edges.
Provenance Probably made for either the 6th or the 7th earl of Hereford, both named Humphrey Bohun (d. 1361 and d. 1373, respectively) (heraldic evidence); or for Mary de Bohun (married Henry of Bolingbroke in 1380, d. 1394): the Bohun family arms (ff. 29v, 120v, 133, 145v) (see discussion Sandler 1986; Rickert 1965 p. 149).
The Lowther family, earls of Lonsdale, c.1800: its sale at Sotheby's, London, 6 December 1937; bought by Maggs for the Duke of Rutland (see Millar 1954).
The Duke of Rutland; acquired from his estate with the assistance of the National Art Collections Fund and the Friends of the National Librarires in 1940 (see Millar 1954).
Notes Full digital coverage available for this manuscript: see Digitised Manuscripts at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts.
The former 18th-century binding now kept separately as Egerton 3277/1.
Select bibliography Joan Evans, English Art 1307-1461, Oxford History of English Art, 5 (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1949), p. 96 n. 3.

Eric G. Millar, 'Fresh Materials for the Study of English Illumination', in Studies in Art and Literature for Belle da Costa Greene, ed. by Dorothy Miner (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1954), pp. 286-94 (p. 292, pls 246-247).

[D. H. Turner], Reproductions from Illuminated Manuscripts, Series 5 (London: British Museum, 1965), pl. 28.

Margaret Rickert, Painting in Britain: the Middle Ages, 2nd edn (London: Penguin Books, 1965), pp. 149-50, 244 n. 10, fig. 153a.

Illuminated Manuscripts Exhibited in the Grenville Library (London, British Museum, 1967), no. 28.

The British Museum Catalogue of Additions to the Manuscripts 1936-1945, 2 vols (London: British Museum, 1970), I, no. Eg. 3277.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'An Early Fourteenth-Century English Breviary at Longleat', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 39 (1976), 1-20 (p. 1 n. 1).

FranÁois Avril, L'enluminure ŗ l'ťpoque gothique 1200-1420 (Paris: Famot, 1979), p. 97.

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, 167.

J. J. G. Alexander, 'Painting and Manuscript Illumination for Royal Patrons in the Later Middle Ages', in English Court Culture in the Later Middle Ages, ed. by V. J. Scattergood and J. W. Sherborne (London: Duckworth, 1983), pp. 141-62 (p. 148).

Lynda Dennison, 'The Fitzwarin Psalter and its Allies: a Reappraisal', in England in the Fourteenth Century, ed. by W. M. Ormrod (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1986), pp. 42-66.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385, 2 vols, A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, 5 (London: Harvey Miller, 1986), I, no. 135 [with additional bibliography].

The Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagent England 1200-1400, ed. by Jonathan Alexander and Paul Binski (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1987), no. 689 [exhibition catalogue].

Lynda Dennison, 'The Stylistic Sources, Dating and Development of the Bohun Workshop' (unpublished PhD thesis, University of London, 1988).

Francis Wormald, Collected Writings, ed. by J. J. G. Alexander, T. J. Brown, and Joan Gibbs, 2 vols (London: Harvey Miller, 1984-1988), II: Studies in English and Continental Art of the Later Middle Ages, pp. 105, 150, pl. 138.

Janet Backhouse, The Illuminated Page: Ten Centuries of Manuscript Painting in the British Library (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997, no. 108.

Maurits Smeyers, Flemish Miniatures from the 8th to the mid-16th Century (Leuven: Brepols, 1999), p. 186, pl. 12 on p. 187.

Alixe Bovey, Monsters and Grotesques in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2002), p. 50, pl. 42.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'Political Imagery in the Bohun Manuscripts' in Decoration and Illustration in Medieval English Manuscripts, English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 10 (London: British Library, 2002), pp. 114-153 (pp. 117-18, 122-26, 135-145).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'The Illustration of the Psalms in Fourteenth-Century English Manuscripts: Three Psalters of the Bohun Family', in Reading Texts and Images: Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Art and Patronage in Honour of Margaret M. Manion, ed. by Bernard J. Muir (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2002), pp. 123-151 (p. 124 n. 5, 125, 127).

Lynda Dennison, 'British Library, Egerton MS 3277: A Fourteenth- Century Psalter-Hours and the Question of Bohun Family Ownership', in Family and Dynasty in Late Medieval England, ed. by Richard Eales and Shaun Tyas (Donington: Harlaxton Medieval Studies, 2003), pp. 122-55.

C. M. Kauffmann, Biblical Imagery in Medieval England 700-1500 (London: Harvey Miller, 2003), p. 224, fig. 171.

Maidie Hilmo, Medieval Images, Icons, and IIlustrated English Literary Texts: From the Ruthwell Cross to the Ellesmere Chaucer (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004), p. 196 n. 125.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, The Lichtenthal Psalter and the Manuscript Patronage of the Bohun Family (London: Harvey Miller, 2004), pp. 20, 22, 35-38, 51, 54-55, 122, 126-31, pls 12, 61, 66, 69.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, ĎWord Imagery in English Gothic Psalters: The Case of the Vienna Bohun manuscript (÷NB, cod. 1826), in The Illuminated Psalter: Studies in the Content, Purpose and Placement of its Images, ed. by F. O. BŁttner, (Belgium: Brepols, 2004), pp. 387-95 (p. 387).

The Cambridge Illuminations: Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West, ed. by Paul Binski and Stella Panayotova (London: Harvey Miller, 2005), p. 189.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'Bared: The Writing Bear in the British Library Bohun Psalter', Tributes to Jonathan J.G. Alexander: The Making and Meaning of Illuminated Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, Art and Architecture, ed. by Gerald B. Guest and Susan L'Engle (London: Harvey Miller/Brepols, 2006), pp. 269-82.

Jeffrey F. Hamburger and Nigel F. Palmer, The Prayer Book of Ursula Begerin, 2 vols (Dietikon-Zurich: Urs Graf Verlag, 2015), I, p. 212.


Images
* * *
 
January

f. 1
January
February

f. 1v
February
March

f. 2
March
 
April

f. 2v
April
May

f. 3
May
June

f. 3v
June
 
July

f. 4
July
August

f. 4v
August
September

f. 5
September
 
October

f. 5v
October
November

f. 6
November
December

f. 6v
December
 
Samuel identifying Saul

f. 7
Samuel identifying Saul
Samuel anointing Saul

f. 7v
Samuel anointing Saul
The Philistines being slaughtered.

f. 8
The Philistines being slaughtered.
 
Animals being killed and eaten.

f. 8v
Animals being killed and eaten.
Saul and Jonathan

f. 9
Saul and Jonathan
Samuel anointing Saul

f. 9v
Samuel anointing Saul
 
Saul told to slay Amalek

f. 11
Saul told to slay Amalek
Saul spares Agag

f. 11v
Saul spares Agag
Saul is rejected

f. 12
Saul is rejected
 
Samuel and his sacrificial calf

f. 12v
Samuel and his sacrificial calf
Samuel arriving at Bethlehem

f. 13
Samuel arriving at Bethlehem
David anointed by Samuel

f. 13v
David anointed by Samuel
 
Bear writing

f. 13v
Bear writing
David playing the harp for Saul

f. 14
David playing the harp for Saul
Goliath and the Philistines

f. 16
Goliath and the Philistines
 
Goliath challenging the Israelites

f. 16v
Goliath challenging the Israelites
David killing the lion and bear

f. 17
David killing the lion and bear
David telling Saul he will fight Goliath

f. 17v
David telling Saul he will fight Goliath
 
Illuminated initials

f. 18
Illuminated initials
Psalm 22: David and Goliath

f. 19
Psalm 22: David and Goliath
David taking Goliathís head to Jerusalem

f. 19v
David taking Goliathís head to Jerusalem
 
The women of Jerusalem rejoicing at Goliath's death,

f. 20v
The women of Jerusalem rejoicing at Goliath's death,
Achimelech gives David Goliath's sword

f. 21
Achimelech gives David Goliath's sword
 David, Achis and his servants

f. 21v
David, Achis and his servants
 
 David fleeing to the cave of Odollam

f. 22
David fleeing to the cave of Odollam
Bar border with initials

f. 22v
Bar border with initials
Davidís brethren at the cave of Odollam

f. 23v
Davidís brethren at the cave of Odollam
 
Saul and his servants at Gabaa

f. 24
Saul and his servants at Gabaa
Doeg killing the priests of Nobe

f. 24v
Doeg killing the priests of Nobe
David slaughtering Philistines and saving Celia

f. 25v
David slaughtering Philistines and saving Celia
 
Illuminated initials

f. 26
Illuminated initials
The Philistines invading

f. 27
The Philistines invading
Illuminated initials

f. 28
Illuminated initials
 
David at Engeddi,

f. 28v
David at Engeddi,
Saul and David

f. 29v
Saul and David
Samuelís death

f. 30v
Samuelís death
 
Nabal shearing sheep in Carmel

f. 31
Nabal shearing sheep in Carmel
A man and followers before a seated lady,

f. 32
A man and followers before a seated lady,
Detail

f. 32
Detail
 
 Abigail and David

f. 32v
Abigail and David
Detail

f. 32v
Detail
Abigail and Nabal

f. 33v
Abigail and Nabal
 
Illuminated initials

f. 34
Illuminated initials
Abigail bowing before Davidís servants

f. 34v
Abigail bowing before Davidís servants
Abigail, David and Saul

f. 35
Abigail, David and Saul
 
David and Saul

f. 35v
David and Saul
Two soldiers and a kneeling man

f. 36v
Two soldiers and a kneeling man
Saul and David

f. 37
Saul and David
 
Illuminated initials

f. 37v
Illuminated initials
Burial of Saul,

f. 38
Burial of Saul,
Battle at Gabaon

f. 39
Battle at Gabaon
 
Abner killing Asael

f. 39v
Abner killing Asael
David and Abner

f. 40
David and Abner
David and Abner

f. 40v
David and Abner
 
Joab killing Abner

f. 41
Joab killing Abner
David following Abnerís bier

f. 41v
David following Abnerís bier
David at Abnerís grave

f. 42
David at Abnerís grave
 
Rechab and Baana kill Isboseth

f. 42v
Rechab and Baana kill Isboseth
David, Rechab and Banaa

f. 43
David, Rechab and Banaa
Illuminated initials

f. 43v
Illuminated initials
 
David anointed King of Israel

f. 44
David anointed King of Israel
David defeats the Philistines

f. 44v
David defeats the Philistines
Bar border

f. 45
Bar border
 
The Ark brought to Jerusalem

f. 46v
The Ark brought to Jerusalem
Illuminated initials

f. 47
Illuminated initials
Illuminated initials

f. 47v
Illuminated initials
 
David praying before Christ,

f. 48
David praying before Christ,
Davidís victories

f. 48v
Davidís victories
David and Joram

f. 49v
David and Joram
 
David and  Miphiboseth

f. 50
David and Miphiboseth
Illuminated initials

f. 50v
Illuminated initials
Hanon and Davidís servants

f. 51
Hanon and Davidís servants
 
Joab and Abisai fighting the Syrians and Ammonites,

f. 52
Joab and Abisai fighting the Syrians and Ammonites,
David killing the Syrians

f. 52v
David killing the Syrians
David seeing Bathsheba bathing

f. 53
David seeing Bathsheba bathing
 
Bathsheba brought to David

f. 53v
Bathsheba brought to David
Hybrid creatures drinking

f. 55v
Hybrid creatures drinking
Urias sleeping by the gate

f. 56
Urias sleeping by the gate
 
A chicken and a fox

f. 56v
A chicken and a fox
David

f. 57v
David
David and Bathsheba,

f. 58
David and Bathsheba,
 
Birth of Solomon

f. 58v
Birth of Solomon
Joab besieges Rabbath

f. 59
Joab besieges Rabbath
David, Rabbath and Ammon

f. 60
David, Rabbath and Ammon
 
Tamar and Amnon

f. 61
Tamar and Amnon
Amnon ravishes Tamar,

f. 62v
Amnon ravishes Tamar,
Illuminated initials

f. 63
Illuminated initials
 
Amnon drives Tamar away

f. 63v
Amnon drives Tamar away
Absalom and Tamar

f. 64
Absalom and Tamar
A dinner table, a king robing

f. 64v
A dinner table, a king robing
 
Joab and the woman of Thecua

f. 65v
Joab and the woman of Thecua
David and the woman of Thecua

f. 66
David and the woman of Thecua
Absalom kissing David

f. 66v
Absalom kissing David
 
Davd and Absalom

f. 67
Davd and Absalom
Kings of France and England, Jean le Bon

f. 68v
Kings of France and England, Jean le Bon
Joab stabs Amasa

f. 70v
Joab stabs Amasa
 
Body of Amasa

f. 72
Body of Amasa
The woman of Abela and Joab

f. 73v
The woman of Abela and Joab
Seba's head thrown to Joab

f. 75
Seba's head thrown to Joab
 
Joab and Seba's head

f. 76v
Joab and Seba's head
Gad and David

f. 77
Gad and David
Solomon and David

f. 78
Solomon and David
 
Sadoc anointing Solomon

f. 78v
Sadoc anointing Solomon
Solomonís coronation

f. 79
Solomonís coronation
David's burial

f. 79v
David's burial
 
Solomon; Adonias and Bathsheba

f. 80v
Solomon; Adonias and Bathsheba
Bathsheba pleads with Solomon

f. 81
Bathsheba pleads with Solomon
Banaias slays Joab

f. 82
Banaias slays Joab
 
Historiated initial

f. 82v
Historiated initial
 Joab's burial

f. 83
Joab's burial
Solomon and the ark of the covenant;

f. 83v
Solomon and the ark of the covenant;
 
The Ark in the temple

f. 84
The Ark in the temple
God appears to Solomon

f. 84v
God appears to Solomon
Solomon and the queen of Sheba

f. 85
Solomon and the queen of Sheba
 
Solomon's throne, the queen of Sheba

f. 85v
Solomon's throne, the queen of Sheba
Solomon and Hiram, Solomon and his wives

f. 86
Solomon and Hiram, Solomon and his wives
God is angry with Solomon.

f. 86v
God is angry with Solomon.
 
Jeroboam, the prophet from Bethel

f. 87
Jeroboam, the prophet from Bethel
God comes to the prophet

f. 87v
God comes to the prophet
The man of God attacked by a lion

f. 88
The man of God attacked by a lion
 
The man of God is buried

f. 88v
The man of God is buried
Jeroboam's wife and Ahias

f. 89
Jeroboam's wife and Ahias
Elias greets the widow of Sarephta

f. 89v
Elias greets the widow of Sarephta
 
Prophets of Baal

f. 91
Prophets of Baal
Elias and the burnt offering

f. 91v
Elias and the burnt offering
The fire of God

f. 92
The fire of God
 
Elias slays the prophets of Baal

f. 93
Elias slays the prophets of Baal
Elias and his servant wait for rain

f. 93v
Elias and his servant wait for rain
Ahab and Jezebel

f. 94
Ahab and Jezebel
 
Elias under the juniper tree

f. 94v
Elias under the juniper tree
Elias and the angel

f. 95
Elias and the angel
Elias at the mouth of a cave

f. 95v
Elias at the mouth of a cave
 
Elias finds Eliseus ploughing.

f. 96v
Elias finds Eliseus ploughing.
Ben-hadad besieges Samaria

f. 97
Ben-hadad besieges Samaria
Ahab and the ancients of the land

f. 97v
Ahab and the ancients of the land
 
Ahab

f. 98
Ahab
Ahab and Ben-hadad

f. 98v
Ahab and Ben-hadad
God comes to Ahab

f. 99
God comes to Ahab
 
Israelites slaying the Syrians

f. 99v
Israelites slaying the Syrians
Syrians flee to Aphec

f. 100
Syrians flee to Aphec
Bar border

f. 100v
Bar border
 
Benadad's servants before Achab

f. 101
Benadad's servants before Achab
Benadad in Achab's chariot

f. 102
Benadad in Achab's chariot
A man is slain by a lion

f. 104
A man is slain by a lion
 
The prophet is wounded

f. 105
The prophet is wounded
The prophet in disguise meets the king

f. 105v
The prophet in disguise meets the king
Naboth accused of blasphemy

f. 107
Naboth accused of blasphemy
 
Naboth, Jezebel and Ahab

f. 110v
Naboth, Jezebel and Ahab
The birth of John the Baptist.

f. 111
The birth of John the Baptist.
Circumcision of John the Baptist

f. 111v
Circumcision of John the Baptist
 
Decree of Caesar Augustus.

f. 112
Decree of Caesar Augustus.
The Nativity, the Annunciation to the Sheperds

f. 112v
The Nativity, the Annunciation to the Sheperds
Circumision of Christ.

f. 113
Circumision of Christ.
 
The Presentation in the Temple

f. 114
The Presentation in the Temple
John the Baptistand Herod, the Baptism of Christ.

f. 114v
John the Baptistand Herod, the Baptism of Christ.
John the Baptist is imprisoned

f. 115
John the Baptist is imprisoned
 
First temptation of Christ.

f. 115v
First temptation of Christ.
Second temptation of Christ

f. 116
Second temptation of Christ
Third temptation of Christ

f. 116v
Third temptation of Christ
 
Christ in Nazareth

f. 117
Christ in Nazareth
Christ expelled from Nazareth.

f. 117v
Christ expelled from Nazareth.
Detail

f. 117v
Detail
 
Virgin and Christ, the Trinity

f. 118
Virgin and Christ, the Trinity
Pentecost, the Crucifixion

f. 118v
Pentecost, the Crucifixion
Michael, John the Baptist, Peter and Paul

f. 119
Michael, John the Baptist, Peter and Paul
 
John the Evangelist, Noli me tangere.

f. 119v
John the Evangelist, Noli me tangere.
Saints Catherine and Margaret, the Coronation of the Virgin

f. 120
Saints Catherine and Margaret, the Coronation of the Virgin
Christ's miracles, the Resurrection and Ascension

f. 120v
Christ's miracles, the Resurrection and Ascension
 
Christ on the lake

f. 121
Christ on the lake
Christ on Simon Peter's boat

f. 121v
Christ on Simon Peter's boat
Christ and the leper

f. 122v
Christ and the leper
 
Christ and the apotles, the Virgin

f. 123
Christ and the apotles, the Virgin
Christ and the widow of Naim

f. 123v
Christ and the widow of Naim
A sinner dries Christ's feet with her hair

f. 124
A sinner dries Christ's feet with her hair
 
Christ stills the storm

f. 124v
Christ stills the storm
Christ and the disciples

f. 125
Christ and the disciples
The good Samaritan

f. 125v
The good Samaritan
 
The Samaritan and the robbed man

f. 126
The Samaritan and the robbed man
Christ's parables and miracles

f. 126v
Christ's parables and miracles
The prodigal son

f. 127
The prodigal son
 
Dives and Lazarus

f. 127v
Dives and Lazarus
 Dives in a hellmouth, Abraham and Lazarus

f. 128
Dives in a hellmouth, Abraham and Lazarus
Christ heals lepers

f. 128v
Christ heals lepers
 
Christ and Zacheus

f. 129
Christ and Zacheus
Christ and the donkey

f. 129v
Christ and the donkey
The widow's mite

f. 130v
The widow's mite
 
The Apocalypse and Second coming foretold

f. 131
The Apocalypse and Second coming foretold
A woman kneeling

f. 131v
A woman kneeling
A man kneeling

f. 132
A man kneeling
 
The Last Supper, the Garden of Gethsemane

f. 133
The Last Supper, the Garden of Gethsemane
The Betrayal

f. 133v
The Betrayal
Christ led away by soldiers.

f. 134
Christ led away by soldiers.
 
Peter in the high priest's house

f. 135
Peter in the high priest's house
The Mocking of Christ.

f. 135v
The Mocking of Christ.
Christ before Pilate

f. 136v
Christ before Pilate
 
Flagellation of Christ

f. 137
Flagellation of Christ
The bearing of the Cross.

f. 137v
The bearing of the Cross.
Detail

f. 137v
Detail
 
Simon of Cyrene, the two thieves

f. 140v
Simon of Cyrene, the two thieves
The Crucifixion

f. 141
The Crucifixion
The Entombment.

f. 141v
The Entombment.
 
Easter, death and burial of Richard FitzAlan

f. 142
Easter, death and burial of Richard FitzAlan
Peter at the tomb, Emmaus

f. 142v
Peter at the tomb, Emmaus
Christ at Emmaus

f. 143
Christ at Emmaus
 
Christ displays his wounds

f. 143v
Christ displays his wounds
Christ is offered food

f. 144
Christ is offered food
Peter, Jesus and the fishermen

f. 144v
Peter, Jesus and the fishermen
 
The Resurrected Christ and Peter

f. 145
The Resurrected Christ and Peter
Noli me tangere, doubting Thomas

f. 145v
Noli me tangere, doubting Thomas
The Ascension.

f. 146
The Ascension.
 
Pentecost

f. 146v
Pentecost
Peter and John

f. 147v
Peter and John
The Apostles imprisoned.

f. 148
The Apostles imprisoned.
 
Christ and the twelve Apostles

f. 149v
Christ and the twelve Apostles
Stephen speaks before the council

f. 150
Stephen speaks before the council
Philip and the eunuch of Queen Candace

f. 151
Philip and the eunuch of Queen Candace
 
Saul is given letters.

f. 152
Saul is given letters.
The conversion of Paul.

f. 152v
The conversion of Paul.
Paul is led to Damascus;

f. 153v
Paul is led to Damascus;
 
The Baptism of Paul.

f. 154
The Baptism of Paul.
Paul joins the apostles

f. 154v
Paul joins the apostles
Peter is cast into prison

f. 155v
Peter is cast into prison
 
  Peter in prison

f. 156
Peter in prison
Peter and the angel

f. 156v
Peter and the angel
Detail

f. 156v
Detail
 
 Peter follows the angel

f. 157
Peter follows the angel
Peter escapes from prison

f. 157v
Peter escapes from prison
Peter at Mary's house

f. 158
Peter at Mary's house
 
The arrest of an Apostle.

f. 158v
The arrest of an Apostle.
Historiated initials

f. 159v
Historiated initials
Christ in Majesty.

f. 160
Christ in Majesty.
 
Peter holding a key.

f. 160v
Peter holding a key.
Paul, John and Andrew

f. 161
Paul, John and Andrew
James the Great, Thomas

f. 161v
James the Great, Thomas
 
Philip, James the Less

f. 162
Philip, James the Less
Bartholemew, Matthew. Simon

f. 162v
Bartholemew, Matthew. Simon
Jude

f. 163
Jude
 
Luke, Mark

f. 163v
Luke, Mark
Mary Magdelene, Christ

f. 164
Mary Magdelene, Christ
Joachim and Anna, Jerome

f. 164v
Joachim and Anna, Jerome
 
A Vision of Christ

f. 165
A Vision of Christ
Saint Ursula, the Virgin Mary

f. 165v
Saint Ursula, the Virgin Mary
Saint Nicholas

f. 166
Saint Nicholas
 
Mark and Matthew

f. 169
Mark and Matthew
Luke the Evangelist

f. 169v
Luke the Evangelist
John the Evangelist

f. 170
John the Evangelist
 

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