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London, British Library, Royal 1. A. xiv

Present Location: 
1. A. xiv
Medieval Provenance: 
Decoration Description: 

Initials decorated: Decorated initials to mark main items in red and green; both colours are used in the larger initials at the beginning of each gospel. There is a three-line capital in red on fol. 83r. All other larger capitals take up two lines.


Fourteenth-century glosses in Latin on fols 144-6v. Fol. 174rv contain scribbles and records of accounts of later medieval period.

On fol. 3r: Lord Lumley and Cranmer.

Binding Description: 

Rebound in 1967.

Accompanying Material: 

Fols 1, 2 and 175 are medieval binding-leaves from a twelfth-century missal. Fol. 1 was pasted down. Texts refers to the services for the Vigil of the Nativity, fol. 175rv, Christmas fol. 2rv and Stephen and John fol. 1v (see Liuzza 1994).