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1652  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 1
Description:  
Preparatory pen drawing of the Gnadenstuhl and the Adoration of the Magi; Bridgewater Library pressmark.



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1660  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 5v-6
Description:  
This section of the book (ff. 2-18) in a less formal script.



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1651  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 14
Description:  
Opening of the Short Hours of the Cross attributed to Pope John XXII.



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1661  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 14v-15
Description:  
Short Hours of the Cross, each hour concluding with 8-line stanza in French; images of the Betrayal, Harrowing of Hell, Christ before Pilate, and Noli me tangere.



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1662  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 15v-16
Description:  
Short Hours of the Cross with Flagellation, Pentecost, Nailing to the Cross, and Annunciation.



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1663  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 16v-17
Description:  
Short Hours of the Cross with Crucifixion, Ascension, Deposition, and Last Supper.



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1664  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 17v-18
Description:  
Short Hours of the Cross with Entombment and Agony in the garden.



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1650  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 36
Description:  
Calendar for January with monthly occupation of a man warming his feet at the fire; mid 14th century gift note from Lady Isabel Vernon to the priory of Cistercian nuns in Hampole, Yorkshire.



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1665  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 38v-39
Description:  
Calendar for June and July with roundels for the signs of the zodiac.



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1649  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 42
Description:  
David playing the harp (Beatus vir); dogs chasing a deer as a rabbit watches; stork and a ladybug.



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1648  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 61
Description:  
David, a book in his lap, with hand upraised (Dominus illuminatio mea); grotesques.



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1653  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 73v
Description:  
David pointing to his tongue (Dixi custodiam); grotesques.



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1654  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 85v
Description:  
David pointing at the fool (Dixit insipiens); a centaur shooting at a stag, while a dog, sniffing the ground (?), follows the wounded animal.



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1655  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 97v
Description:  
Letter S formed of a dragon with Christ blessing in the upper register, and Jonah emerging from the mouth of the whale in the lower (Salvum me fac); a ram standing on his hind legs to eat the leaves of a tree.



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1666  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
ff. 103v-104
Description:  
Flourished bottom-line descenders with profile faces; correction on the verso by expunction of incorrect letters and addition of correct text in the margin (from "tacui"? to "tecum").



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1656  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 113v
Description:  
David ringing bells (Exultate Deo); grotesques fighting with swords; catchword.



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1657  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 129v
Description:  
Three clerics singing while a fourth finds that his bottom half has turned into a grotesque and is walking out of the historiated initial (Cantate domino).



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1658  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 141v
Description:  
2-line initial with painted border (in this case a dragon) to open a psalm.



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1647  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 145
Description:  
2-line versals in alternating blue with red flourishing, and gold with blue flourishing; jigsaw line fillers; blue paragraph mark to signal words stowed on line 5 from end of text on line 4.



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1659  
Call Number:  
EL 9 H 17
Folio:  
f. 175v
Description:  
A woman reading "Ave maria gratia plena" from her prayer book as she kneels before an altar of the Virgin and Child (Confitebor tibi domine).
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