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|Source||1953 - The Fitzwilliam Museum - A Handlist of the Additional Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum (Part III) - Francis Wormald and Phyllis M. Giles (Collection Catalog)|
|Cat./Lot #||167. (MS. 379)|
Bestiary, with other treatises.
Sybilline prophecies (beginning missing) de Antichristo, de signis iudicii, etc. Ending with Liber merlini de regibus anglie
Lapidarium de novo campilatum. Apparently compiled from Vincentius Bellovacensis, Speculum Naturale, Book VIII.
early 14th cent. (1300 to 1326)
Ormesby Master (English illuminator, active ca. 1310-1320)
(recorded as style related to that of some pages of the Ormesby and Bromholm Psalters at Oxford)
England (recorded as English)
|Binding||Contemporary white leather binding, over boards.|
Miniatures illustrating the Bestiary, in a style related to that of some pages of the Ormesby and Bromholm Psalters at Oxford. Bestiary begins imperfectly with Lupus.
More, T. J. M. (as T. J. M. More)
From the library of T. J. M. More.
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Bought out of the fund bequeathed by Miss E. M. Evans in 1937, with a contribution from the Friends of the Fitzwilliam in 1939, and illustrated in their Annual Report.
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