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3086  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 72
Description:  
The Wife of Bath, within the text space, by the first artist.



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3087  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 76v
Description:  
The Friar, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist.



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3088  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 81
Description:  
The Summoner, within the text space, by the first artist.



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3089  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 87v
Description:  
A grotesque in the decoration.



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3090  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 88
Description:  
The Clerk, within the text space, by the first artist; somewhat damaged.



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3091  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 102v
Description:  
The Merchant, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; damaged.



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3092  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 115v
Description:  
The Squire, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; the horse outlined with a stylus.



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3093  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 123v
Description:  
The Franklin, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; the horse outlined with a stylus.



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3094  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 130
Description:  
The note,“…per me henricum Payne.”



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3095  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 133
Description:  
The Physician, within the text space, by the first artist; beside the figure, an erased word, probably fifteenth century, beginning with “m” (but not “medicus”); above the figure, a crude sixteenth century ink sketch of the Physician.



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3096  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 138
Description:  
The Pardoner, within the text space, by the first artist; a pentimento of the horse’s right foreleg remains visible.



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3097  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 143v
Description:  
The Shipman, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; the horse outlined with a stylus; adjacent initial damaged.



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3098  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 148v
Description:  
The Prioress, in a niche in the border decoration, by the first artist; opening initial of her tale displaced to the right of the vertical bar of the border decoration.



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3099  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 153v
Description:  
Chaucer and horse on a grassy plot, in a niche in the border decoration by the second artist, with discrepancy between the large bust of Chaucer and the smaller legs and horse; opening initial painted to the right of the preparatory pen outline; faded.



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3100  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 169
Description:  
The Monk, his horse standing on a grassy plot and his dogs running free, mostly within the text space, but one dog in the gloss space, by the third artist; damaged.



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3101  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 169v
Description:  
The note, “Willem te detho [?].”



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3102  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 175
Description:  
A much faded inscription, which may read “John Hedgeman of Hawkedoun in the Countie of Suff. neyther squier nor knight But a knave" (the name also occurs on f. 64 and on f. v recto and verso, i.e. the first back flyleaf).



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3103  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 179
Description:  
The Nun’s Priest, his horse standing on a grassy plot, within the text space, by the third artist; sixteenth century note beside the miniature, “Robert Nytipole”; damaged.



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3104  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 184v
Description:  
The only visible remainder of a catchword in the codex, here at the end of quire 23.



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3105  
Call Number:  
EL 26 C 9
Folio:  
f. 187
Description:  
The Second Nun, her horse standing on a grassy plot, within the gloss space, by the third artist; illegible note to the right of the figure’s head in the outer margin, possibly fifteenth century.
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