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The only practical and practicable course for me has been to give what I could and not to pretend to myself or to anyone else that I had given everything. Harte, a former owner of the manuscript, is there identified as a Canon of Windsor and friend of Alexander Pope. Cent, ix and xiv, the earlier writing a good Carolingian minuscule.
In he married Ellen, the daughter of Mr John Greg, of Escowbeck, Lancaster, and for the next four or five years lived in London, working in the office of the firm ; but in he withdrew from the active pursuit of his profession and went to live at Ferncliffe, Tunbridgc Wells. The initial to Genesis is edged with green. Gospels for the year.
St Illidius, Clermont Phillipps lot ix 6. Moses in hat with staff leads small Israelites to R. Outer border of acanthus leaves: Amalekite before him with red crown. Christ seated in C. Unction of David, Samuel on Z. David plays harp ; xxvi.
Below, human figure with ox’s head. Cent, xii-xiii, very well written ; probably in Northern France.
Ground blue, with tinge of white, and dots of red. Ulster tales f 6 ; Irish, dated Joel addresses two men on R.
In the Footsteps of the Ancients: The Origins of Humanism from Lovato to Bruni – [PDF Document]
Lodi Ashburnham, Appendix 8 Ardua pampinei persoluam munera Bacchi si mihi reddatur perditus iste liber lacobus Boneuentus lacques Bienuenu Contents: Matheum 18 Matheus ex iudea. Tree, with figures of the Virgin and Christ.
Cent, xiii late, in a good Italian hand with fine ornaments. At the end on 10 a are these verses: In a petrarfa hand xiv, xv Prol. None of the Greek MSS. Ill, ending a Expl. But there are also many in gold.
But at this point I must enter a plea which is none the less to be regarded because I have entered it before. The Syndics of the University Press, who have undertaken the printing of the volume, and the staff of the Press, who have had to read my ” copy,” are not to be forgotten in this expression of gratitude.
Holofernes, half-nude, in bed. Contained seven lozenge- shaped medallions of the days of Creation: Ground blue, with network of red and white lines. The first words francesdo red and black capitals monogrammatized. Begins imperfectly in Ezek. Virgil Henry White xiv Astronomy etc. Evangelistarium beginning witli part of the Menology Sun.
In the Footsteps of the Ancients: The Origins of Humanism from Lovato to Bruni
Wherwell, 45 Murano, no Persons. Cent, xiii late, very well written. Leaf from a Matricola f. Nude, with book, seated on Z. Acts and Epistles f. The supplement continues, et ecce inuenti sunt. Many frxncesco these initials are really most excellent examples.
Ahaziah falling from tower. Amiens15th century. Headings are in red uncials usually. Hosea with Gomer facing R. Anniuersarium familiarium et benefactorum nostrorum. Full page with pale purple ground. Habet versus numero I. A nimbed woman on L.
Above, from a red and yellow cloud, the Dove descends, head downwards. Builder above, Cyrus below: The scribe gives a ,aue in margin on Rom. Ill making the description of the manuscripts I have kept to the plan which I have ptirsucd in other cases, and have tried to give information about the following points in each case: The opening and closing words of each treatise are given — except of course in the descriptions of Biblical and Liturgical books: