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Detailed record for Yates Thompson 13

Title Book of Hours, Use of Sarum ('The Taymouth Hours')
Origin England, S. E.? (London?)
Date 2nd quarter of the 14th century
Language Latin and French
Script Gothic
Artists Sandler 1986 identifies the artist as that of Glasgow, University Library MS Hunter 231, made for Roger of Waltham (d. c. 1336), canon of St. Paul's, London.
Decoration 24 calendar roundels, in colours and gold (ff. 1-6v). 24 large and smaller miniatures, in colours and gold (ff. 7, 16v, 18, 33, 59v, 60, 71, 89 [historiated initial], 94v, 98v, 112v, 118, 118v, 119, 120v, 121v, 122v, 123v, 124v, 125v, 126, 139, 150v, 151). All pages with full foliate borders and bas-de-page scenes and grotesque decoration, in colours and gold. Large and smaller decorated foliate initials, in colours and gold. Small initials and line-fillers in gold on red and blue grounds.
Dimensions in mm 170 x 115 (100 x 70)
Official foliation ff. 195 (+5 paper flyleaves at the beginning and 5 at the end)
Form Parchment codex
Binding Post-1600. Red leather with gold tooling; marbled endpapers; gilt edges.
Provenance Several images of queens and kings suggest a royal connection, e.g., f. 18: it has been suggested that the manuscript was commissioned for Joan, daughter of Edward II, who married David II of Scotland in 1328, or for Philippa of Hainault, or for Isabelle of France (see discussion Stanton 2003).
Perhaps made in London: the calendar includes saints Ethelburga (abbess of Barking, near London) and Botulph (venerated at three London parishes).
Unidentified member of the Neville family: with their arms, gules a saltire argent (ff. 3 [painted over arms of St. George], f. 151).
Unidentified 16th-century Scottish owner: with his notes in Scots dialect (e.g. 'ane leife', f. 60; 'tua leife', f. 89).
An earl of Breadalbane of Taymouth Castle, Perthshire: his armorial book-plate with the title 'The Earl of Breadalbane' (inside upper cover); inscribed, 17th/18th century 'Shelf 29 number L' (f. 1) (cf. Egerton 2899, also from Taymouth Castle).
Bertram Ashburnham (b. 1797, d. 1878), 4th earl of Ashburnham.
Bertram Ashburnham, 5th earl of Ashburnham: his sale, May 1897, bought by Yates Thompson together with the entire Ashburnham Appendix in May 1897.
Henry Yates Thompson (b. 1838, d. 1928), collector of illuminated manuscripts and newspaper proprietor: with his book-plate inscribed '[MS] 57 / nee.e.e. [i.e. £500.0.0] / [bought from the] Earl of / Ashburnham / May 1897' (1st flyleaf); inscribed by him 'This volume one of the choicest of my English MSS I gave to my dear wife on her birthday Jan'y 10th 1917 to mitigate her grief at the news that I intended to sell my collection of 100 illuminated MSS. HYT' (2nd flyleaf).
Bequeathed to the British Museum in 1941 by Mrs Henry Yates Thompson.
Notes The style and subject, especially the many bas-de-page narratives ranging from romance and fabliau to biblical and hagiographic material, are closely connected to two important manuscripts thought to have been illuminated in London: Egerton 2781 (the 'Neville of Hornby Hours') and Royal 10 E IV (the 'Smithfield Decretals').
Select bibliography A Descriptive Catalogue of the Second Series of Fifty Manuscripts (Nos. 51 to 100) in the Collection of Henry Yates Thompson (Cambridge: University Press, 1902), no. 57, pp. 50-74.

Henry Yates Thompson, A Lecture on Some English Illuminated Manuscripts (London: Chiswick Press, 1902), pp. 20-23, pls. XIV-XXX.

Eric. G. Millar, English Illuminated Manuscripts of the XIVth and XVth Century (Paris: Van Oest, 1928), pl. 50 [when in the collection of Mrs. Yates Thompson].

Otto Pächt, 'A Giottesque Episode in English Mediaeval Art', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 6 (1943), 51-70 (p. 53 n. 3).

F. Wormald, 'The Yates Thompson Manuscripts', The British Museum Quarterly, 16 (1952), 4-6 (p. 5).

Erwin Panofsky, Early Netherlandish Painting, 2 vols (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1953), I, 34, 373 n. 3.

Margaret Rickert, Painting in Britain: The Middle Ages, 2nd edn (London: Penguin Books, 1965), pp. 149, 163 n. 54.

[D. H. Turner], Reproductions from Illuminated Manuscripts, Series 5 (London: British Museum, 1965), pl. 20.

Lilian M. C. Randall, Images in the Margins of Gothic Manuscripts (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966). p. 45.

[Derek Howard Turner], Illuminated Manuscripts Exhibited in the Grenville Library (London, British Museum, 1967), no. 22.

Josiah Q. Bennett, 'Portman Square to New Bond Street, or, How to Make Money though Rich', The Book Collector (1967), 323-39 (p. 325).

Millard Meiss, French Painting in the Time of Jean de Berry: The Late XIV Century and the Patronage of the Duke, 2 vols, National Gallery of Art Kress Foundation Studies in the History of European Art, 2 (London: Thames and Hudson, 1967), pp. 182, 377 n. 8, fig. 644.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'A Follower of Jean Pucelle in England', Art Bulletin, 52, 4 (1970), 363-372 (p. 364, fig. 4).

Francis Klingender, Animals in Art and Thought to the End of the Middle Ages, ed. by Evelyn Antal and John Harthan (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1971), p. 408, 409, 411, 415, 416, 417, 466, 472, figs. 242, 247, 248.

F. O. Büttner, review of Millard Meiss. The De Lévis Hours and the Bedford Workshop. New Haven, 1972.', Scriptorium: Revue internationale des études relatives aux manuscrits, 30 (1976), 116-19 (p. 118).

John Harthan, Books of Hours and their Owners (London: Thames and Hudson, 1977), pp. 46-49, 177.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'An Early Fourteenth-Century English Psalter in the Escorial', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 42 (1979), 65-80 (pp. 72, 74, pls. 24-29).

C. W. Mark and M. A. Skey, 'Aspects of the Iconography of the Devil at the Crucifixion', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 42 (1979), 233-35.

Janet Backhouse, Books of Hours (London: British Library, 1985), p. 49, fig. 48.

Pierre Rézeau, Répertoire d'incipit des prières françaises à la fin du Moyen Âge: addenda et corrigenda aux répertoires de Sonet et Sinclair; Nouveaux incipit, Publications romanes et françaises, 174 (Geneva: Droz, 1986), p. 465.

Lucy Freeman Sandler, Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385, A Survey of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles, ed. by J. J. G. Alexander (London: Harvey Miller, 1986), I: Text and Illustrations, p. 32, figs. 248-49, II: Catalogue, no. 98 pp. 107-09.

Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400 (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1987), pp. 201, 257, 277, 286, 459, p. 47 fig. 18.

M. A. Michael, 'Oxford, Cambridge and London: Towards a Theory for 'Grouping' Gothic Manuscripts', Burlington Magazine, 130, 1019 (1988), 107-15 (pp. 113-14) [mistakenly referring to it as Yates Thompson 14]

Linda Brownrigg, 'The Taymouth Hours and the Romance of Beves of Hampton', English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 1 (1989), 222-41, pls. 1-8.

Claire Donovan, 'The Mise-en-page of Early Books of Hours in England', in Medieval Book Production, Assessing the Evidence: Proceedings of the Second Conference of The Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500, Oxford, July 1988, ed. by Linda L. Brownrigg (Los Altos Hills, CA and Oxford: Anderson Lovelace, 1990), pp. 147-61 (pp. 159-60, fig. 9).

M. A. Michael, 'Destruction, Reconstruction and Invention: The Hungerford Hours and English Manuscript Illumination of the Early Fourteenth Century', in English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 2 vols (London: Blackwell, 1990), II, 33-108 (p. 41).

Michael Camille, Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art (London: Reaktion, 1992), pl. 57.

Lynda Dennison, 'Some Unlocated Leaves from an English Fourteenth-Century Book of Hours Now in Paris', in England in the Fourteenth Century: Proceedings of the 1991 Harlaxton Sympsoium, ed. by Nicholas Rogers, (Stamford: Paul Watkins, 1993), 15-33 (pp. 24-26).

Lucy Freeman Sandler, 'The Wilton Diptych and Images of Devotion in Illuminated Manuscripts', in The Regal Image of Richard II and the Wilton Diptych, ed. by. Dillian Gordon, Lisa Monnas, and Caroline Elam (London: Harvey Miller, 1997), 137-320 (p. 140, fig. 78).

James A. Rushing, 'Adventure in the Service of Love: Yvain on a Fourteenth-Century Ivory Panel', Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 61 (1998), 55-65 (p. 60).

Peter Kidd, Illuminated Manuscripts (London: Sam Fogg, 1999), p. 30 [exhibition catalogue].

John Higgitt, The Murthly Hours: Devotion, Literacy and Luxury in Paris, England and the Gaelic West (London: British Library, 2000), pp. 188 n. 23, 191 n. 78.

Alixe Bovey, Monsters and Grotesques in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2002), pp. 57-59, pl. 50.

Alixe Bovey, ‘A Pictorial Ex Libris in the Smithfield Decretals: John Batayle, Canon of St Bartholomew's, and his Illuminated Law Book’ in Decoration and Illustration in Medieval English Manuscripts, English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 10 (London: British Library, 2002), pp. 60-81 (p. 73).

Jessica Brantley, 'Images of the Vernacular in the Taymouth Hours', in Decoration and Illustration in Medieval English Manuscripts, English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, 10 (London: British Library, 2002), pp. 83-113.

Chris Fletcher, Roger Evans, and Sally Brown, 1000 Years of English Literature: A Treasury of Literary Manuscripts (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2003), p. 22.

C. M. Kauffmann, Biblical Imagery in Medieval England 700-1500 (London: Harvey Miller, 2003), pp. 211, 237.

Kathryn A. Smith, Art, Identity and Devotion in Fourteenth-Century England: Three Women and their Books of Hours, (London: British Library, 2003), pp. 82, 146 n. 94, 147 n. 105, 155, 165, 223, 228, 230, 239 n. 30, 244 n. 115, 248 n. 156, 248 n. 157, pl. 230.

Anne Rudloff Stanton, ‘Isabelle of France and her Manuscripts’, in Capetian Women, ed. by Kathleen Nolan (New York: Palgrave, 2003), pp. 225-52 (pp. 229, 242-45, pl. 10.7).

Janet Backhouse, Illumination from Books of Hours (London: British Library, 2004), pl. 126.

The Cambridge Illuminations: Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West, ed. by Paul Binski and Stella Panayotova (London: Harvey Miller, 2005), pp. 138, 195.

Michelle Brown, The Holkham Bible: A Facsimile (London, British Library, 2007), p. 15, pls 14-15.

Carlos Miranda Garcia-Tejedor, 'Los manuscritos con pincturas del Breviari d'Amor de Matfre Ermengaud de Béziers: Un estado de la cuestión', in La miniatura medieval en la Penísula Ibérica, ed. by Joaquín Yarza (Murcia: Nausícaä, 2007), pp. 313-73 (p. 333, as 'T').

Deirdre Jackson, Marvellous to Behold: Miracles in Medieval Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2007), p. 84, pl. 71.

Margaret Scott, Medieval Dress & Fashion (London: British Library, 2007), p. 92, pl. 53.

Aden Kumler, Translating Truth: Ambitious Images and Religious Knowledge in Late Medieval France and England (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), pp. 118 (fig. 32), 119.

Kathryn A. Smith, The Taymouth Hours: Stories and the Construction of Self in Late Medieval England (London: British Library, 2012).


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Opposite inside back cover

opposite inside back cover
Opposite inside back cover


f. i


f. i verso
 


f. ii


f. ii verso
Back fly leaf

back fly leaf
Back fly leaf
 
Back fly leaf verso

back fly leaf verso
Back fly leaf verso
January

f. 1
January
February

f. 1v
February
 
March

f. 2
March
April

f. 2v
April
May

f. 3
May
 
June

f. 3v
June
July

f. 4
July
August

f. 4v
August
 
September

f. 5
September
October

f. 5v
October
November

f. 6
November
 
December

f. 6v
December
A queen praying

f. 7
A queen praying
Sampson

f. 7v
Sampson
 
Woman and unicorn

f. 8
Woman and unicorn
Woman and lions

f. 8v
Woman and lions
Two lions and a knight

f. 9
Two lions and a knight
 
Woman and lions

f. 9v
Woman and lions
Bevis of Hampton

f. 10
Bevis of Hampton
Woman with a lion

f. 10v
Woman with a lion
 
Bevis of Hampton

f. 11
Bevis of Hampton
Kneeling woman

f. 11v
Kneeling woman
Bevis of Hampton

f. 12
Bevis of Hampton
 
Guy of Warwick

f. 12v
Guy of Warwick
Lion and dragon

f. 13
Lion and dragon
Lion

f. 13v
Lion
 
Guy de Warwick

f. 14
Guy de Warwick
Guy de Warwick

f. 14v
Guy de Warwick
Boar

f. 15
Boar
 
Guy de Warwick

f. 15v
Guy de Warwick
Guy de Warwick

f. 16
Guy de Warwick
Katherine

f. 16v
Katherine
 
Guy de Warwick

f. 17
Guy de Warwick
Creation

f. 17v
Creation
Royal couple in prayer

f. 18
Royal couple in prayer
 
Creation scene

f. 18v
Creation scene
Creation of Adam

f. 19
Creation of Adam
Creation of Eve

f. 19v
Creation of Eve
 
The tree of knowledge

f. 20
The tree of knowledge
The Fall

f. 20v
The Fall
Adam rebuked

f. 21
Adam rebuked
 
Eve rebuked

f. 21v
Eve rebuked
God and serpent

f. 22
God and serpent
The Expulsion

f. 22v
The Expulsion
 
The Expulsion

f. 23
The Expulsion
Eve spinning and Adam

f. 23v
Eve spinning and Adam
Angel

f. 24
Angel
 
Cain and sheaves

f. 24v
Cain and sheaves
Abel and sheaves

f. 25
Abel and sheaves
Abraham and Isaac

f. 25v
Abraham and Isaac
 
Sacrifice of Isaac

f. 26
Sacrifice of Isaac
Noah and the ark

f. 26v
Noah and the ark
Dove and raven

f. 27
Dove and raven
 
David with slingshot

f. 27v
David with slingshot
Cain and Abel

f. 28
Cain and Abel
David with a slingshot

f. 28v
David with a slingshot
 
Goliath

f. 29
Goliath
David

f. 29v
David
David harping

f. 30
David harping
 
Salomon reading

f. 30v
Salomon reading
Judas

f. 31
Judas
Standing figure

f. 31v
Standing figure
 
Standing figure

f. 32
Standing figure
Standing figure

f. 32v
Standing figure
The Trinity and Evangelist symbols

f. 33
The Trinity and Evangelist symbols
 
Standing figure

f. 33v
Standing figure
Standing figure

f. 34
Standing figure
Jeremiah

f. 34v
Jeremiah
 
Peter

f. 35
Peter
David

f. 35v
David
Andrew

f. 36
Andrew
 
Isaiah

f. 36v
Isaiah
James

f. 37
James
Daniel

f. 37v
Daniel
 
John

f. 38
John
Hosea

f. 38v
Hosea
Thomas

f. 39
Thomas
 
Amos

f. 39v
Amos
James the Great

f. 40
James the Great
Joel

f. 40v
Joel
 
Philip

f. 41
Philip
Ezechiel

f. 41v
Ezechiel
Bartholemew

f. 42
Bartholemew
 
Sophonias

f. 42v
Sophonias
Matthew

f. 43
Matthew
Malachai

f. 43v
Malachai
 
Simon

f. 44
Simon
Zacharias

f. 44v
Zacharias
Thaddeus

f. 45
Thaddeus
 
Abdias

f. 45v
Abdias
Mathias

f. 46
Mathias
Eleazar

f. 46v
Eleazar
 
Sadoch

f. 47
Sadoch
Solomon

f. 47v
Solomon
Two women

f. 48
Two women
 
Ezechias

f. 48v
Ezechias
Jeromam

f. 49
Jeromam
Manasseh

f. 49v
Manasseh
 
Martyrdom of Isaiah

f. 50
Martyrdom of Isaiah
Manasses

f. 50v
Manasses
Amon

f. 51
Amon
 
King enthroned

f. 51v
King enthroned
Jehoahaz

f. 52
Jehoahaz
Josaphat

f. 52v
Josaphat
 
Joram, or Jehoram

f. 53
Joram, or Jehoram
Annunciation to Zachariah

f. 53v
Annunciation to Zachariah
Annunciation to Zachariah

f. 54
Annunciation to Zachariah
 
Nativity of John the Baptist

f. 54v
Nativity of John the Baptist
Naming of John the Baptist

f. 55
Naming of John the Baptist
Annunciation to Joachim

f. 55v
Annunciation to Joachim
 
Joachim

f. 56
Joachim
Annunciation to Anne

f. 56v
Annunciation to Anne
Annunciation to Anne

f. 57
Annunciation to Anne
 
Joachim and Anne

f. 57v
Joachim and Anne
Birth of the Virgin

f. 58
Birth of the Virgin
Joachim and Anne

f. 58v
Joachim and Anne
 
Presentation of the Virgin Mary

f. 59
Presentation of the Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 59v
Virgin Mary
The Annunciation

f. 60
The Annunciation
 
Wildman ('wodewose')

f. 60v
Wildman ('wodewose')
Two ladies

f. 61
Two ladies
Two ladies

f. 61v
Two ladies
 
Two ladies

f. 61v
Two ladies
Wildman ('wodewose') and lady

f. 62
Wildman ('wodewose') and lady
Wildman ('wodewose') and lady

f. 62v
Wildman ('wodewose') and lady
 
Wildman ('wodewose'), lady and man (the knight Eneas)

f. 63
Wildman ('wodewose'), lady and man (the knight Eneas)
Wildman ('wodewose'), lady, and Enyas

f. 63v
Wildman ('wodewose'), lady, and Enyas
Two men and a lady

f. 64
Two men and a lady
 
Two men and a lady

f. 64v
Two men and a lady
Lady and young man

f. 65
Lady and young man
Enyas

f. 65v
Enyas
 
Enyas

f. 66
Enyas
Enyas

f. 66v
Enyas
Enyas

f. 67
Enyas
 
Enyas

f. 67v
Enyas
Lady and hare

f. 68
Lady and hare
Lady shooting

f. 68v
Lady shooting
 
Lady shooting

f. 68v
Lady shooting
Lady hunting

f. 69
Lady hunting
Lady hunting

f. 69v
Lady hunting
 
Lady hunting

f. 69v
Lady hunting
Lady setting a trap

f. 70
Lady setting a trap
Lady hunting

f. 70v
Lady hunting
 
The Visitation; and Lady with a hound and hare

f. 71
The Visitation; and Lady with a hound and hare
Lady with two hares

f. 71v
Lady with two hares
Lady with slaughtered hares, and with hounds

f. 72
Lady with slaughtered hares, and with hounds
 
Lady hawking

f. 72v
Lady hawking
Lady hawking

f. 73
Lady hawking
Lady hawking

f. 73v
Lady hawking
 
Lady hawking

f. 74
Lady hawking
Lady hawking

f. 74v
Lady hawking
Lady hawking

f. 75
Lady hawking
 
Lady hawking

f. 75v
Lady hawking
Hunting

f. 76
Hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 76v
Ladies hunting
 
Ladies hunting

f. 77
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 77v
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 78
Ladies hunting
 
Ladies hunting

f. 78v
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 79
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 79v
Ladies hunting
 
Ladies hunting

f. 80
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 80v
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 81
Ladies hunting
 
Ladies hunting

f. 81v
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 82
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 82v
Ladies hunting
 
Ladies hunting

f. 83
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 83v
Ladies hunting
Ladies hunting

f. 83v
Ladies hunting
 
Peter and Stephen

f. 84
Peter and Stephen
St Andrew

f. 84v
St Andrew
St Lawrence

f. 85
St Lawrence
 
St Thomas Becket

f. 85v
St Thomas Becket
St Catherine

f. 86
St Catherine
St Margaret

f. 86v
St Margaret
 
Mary Magdalene

f. 87
Mary Magdalene
All Saints

f. 87v
All Saints
Woman

f. 88
Woman
 
Mary and Joseph

f. 88v
Mary and Joseph
Nativity and martyrdom of Anastasia

f. 89
Nativity and martyrdom of Anastasia
Annuciation to the Shepherds

f. 89v
Annuciation to the Shepherds
 
Adoration of the Shepherds

f. 90
Adoration of the Shepherds
One of the Magi

f. 90v
One of the Magi
Two Magi

f. 91
Two Magi
 
Three Magi

f. 91v
Three Magi
The Three Magi and Shepherds

f. 92
The Three Magi and Shepherds
Three Magi

f. 92v
Three Magi
 
Three Magi and Herod

f. 93
Three Magi and Herod
Herod

f. 93v
Herod
Herod

f. 94
Herod
 
Adoration of the Magi

f. 94v
Adoration of the Magi
Angel

f. 95
Angel
Flight into Egypt

f. 95v
Flight into Egypt
 
Idols

f. 96
Idols
Herod and harvester

f. 96v
Herod and harvester
Man burning ships

f. 97
Man burning ships
 
Herod and knights

f. 97v
Herod and knights
Massacre of the Innocents

f. 98
Massacre of the Innocents
Presentation in the Temple

f. 98v
Presentation in the Temple
 
Christ among the Doctors

f. 99
Christ among the Doctors
Wedding at Cana

f. 99v
Wedding at Cana
Christ at table

f. 100
Christ at table
 
Christ and the woman caught in adultery

f. 100v
Christ and the woman caught in adultery
Christ and the woman caught in adultery

f. 101
Christ and the woman caught in adultery
Christ and the woman caught in adultery

f. 101v
Christ and the woman caught in adultery
 
The feeding of the five thousand

f. 102
The feeding of the five thousand
Christ healing

f. 102v
Christ healing
Christ healing

f. 103
Christ healing
 
Christ preaching

f. 103v
Christ preaching
Baptism of Christ

f. 104
Baptism of Christ
John preaching

f. 104v
John preaching
 
John before Herod

f. 105
John before Herod
John the Baptist

f. 105v
John the Baptist
Christ at table

f. 106
Christ at table
 
Salome

f. 106v
Salome
Beheading of John the Baptist

f. 107
Beheading of John the Baptist
Presentation of the head of John the Baptist

f. 107v
Presentation of the head of John the Baptist
 
Burial of John the Baptist's head

f. 108
Burial of John the Baptist's head
Burial of John the Baptist's body

f. 108v
Burial of John the Baptist's body
Skeleton of John the Baptist

f. 109
Skeleton of John the Baptist
 
Burning of bones

f. 109v
Burning of bones
Sweeping of ashes

f. 110
Sweeping of ashes
Christ cleansing the temple

f. 110v
Christ cleansing the temple
 
Christ cleansing the temple

f. 110v
Christ cleansing the temple
Standing Christ

f. 111
Standing Christ
Temptation of Christ

f. 111v
Temptation of Christ
 
Temptation of Christ

f. 111v
Temptation of Christ
Temptation of Christ

f. 112
Temptation of Christ
Temptation of Christ

f. 112
Temptation of Christ
 
Tempation of Christ

f. 112v
Tempation of Christ
Christ and apostles

f. 113
Christ and apostles
Christ and the apostles

f. 113v
Christ and the apostles
 
Caiaphas and councilors

f. 114
Caiaphas and councilors
Christ and apostles

f. 114v
Christ and apostles
Two men

f. 115
Two men
 
Raising of Lazarus

f. 115v
Raising of Lazarus
Judas

f. 116
Judas
Last Supper

f. 116v
Last Supper
 
Christ and disciples

f. 117
Christ and disciples
Christ and disciples

f. 117v
Christ and disciples
Christ on the Mount of Olives

f. 118
Christ on the Mount of Olives
 
Agony in the Garden

f. 118v
Agony in the Garden
The Betrayal and Arrest

f. 119
The Betrayal and Arrest
Christ before Pilate

f. 119v
Christ before Pilate
 
The Scourging of Christ

f. 120
The Scourging of Christ
Christ carrying the cross

f. 120v
Christ carrying the cross
Christ

f. 120v
Christ
 
Christ

f. 120v
Christ
Nailing Christ to the Cross

f. 121
Nailing Christ to the Cross
Crucifixion and Judas's Remorse

f. 121v
Crucifixion and Judas's Remorse
 
Death of Judas

f. 122
Death of Judas
Mourning at the Cross and the Harrowing of Hell

f. 122v
Mourning at the Cross and the Harrowing of Hell
The Three Living and the Three Dead

f. 123
The Three Living and the Three Dead
 
Deposition of Christ

f. 123v
Deposition of Christ
Joseph

f. 124
Joseph
The Entombment

f. 124v
The Entombment
 
Joseph and Soldiers

f. 125
Joseph and Soldiers
The Resurrection

f. 125v
The Resurrection
Christ and Mary

f. 126
Christ and Mary
 
Noli me tangere

f. 126v
Noli me tangere
The angel Michael and Longinus

f. 127
The angel Michael and Longinus
Christ on the road to Emmaus

f. 127v
Christ on the road to Emmaus
 
Christ at Emmaus

f. 128
Christ at Emmaus
Mary Magdalene

f. 128v
Mary Magdalene
Peter and John Visit the tomb

f. 129
Peter and John Visit the tomb
 
Pilgrims and Apostles

f. 129v
Pilgrims and Apostles
Doubting Thomas

f. 130
Doubting Thomas
Christ Calling Peter and John

f. 130v
Christ Calling Peter and John
 
Christ Eating with the Apostles and Mary

f. 131
Christ Eating with the Apostles and Mary
The Ascension

f. 131v
The Ascension
Pentecost

f. 132
Pentecost
 
Virgin Mary and Gabriel

f. 132v
Virgin Mary and Gabriel
Dormition of the Virgin

f. 133
Dormition of the Virgin
Funeral Procession

f. 133v
Funeral Procession
 
Baptism

f. 134
Baptism
Burial of the Virgin

f. 134v
Burial of the Virgin


f. 135
 


f. 135v
Judgment Day

f. 136
Judgment Day
Christ in Judgment

f. 136v
Christ in Judgment
 


f. 137


f. 137v


f. 138
 
The Just

f. 138v
The Just
Virgin and Devil

f. 139
Virgin and Devil


f. 139v
 


f. 140


f. 140v


f. 141
 


f. 141v


f. 142


f. 142v
 


f. 143


f. 143v


f. 144
 


f. 144v


f. 145


f. 145v
 


f. 146


f. 146v


f. 147
 


f. 147v


f. 148


f. 148v
 


f. 149


f. 149v


f. 150
 
Sinful merchant

f. 150v
Sinful merchant
Office of the Dead

f. 151
Office of the Dead
Devil and monk

f. 151v
Devil and monk
 
Virgin Mary

f. 152
Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 152v
Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 153
Virgin Mary
 
Virgin Mary and George

f. 153v
Virgin Mary and George
Virgin Mary and George

f. 154
Virgin Mary and George
Virgin Mary

f. 154v
Virgin Mary
 
Angel and demon

f. 155
Angel and demon
Virgin Mary and the devil

f. 155v
Virgin Mary and the devil
Virgin Mary

f. 156
Virgin Mary
 
The Abbess Delivered

f. 156v
The Abbess Delivered
The Abbess Delivered

f. 157
The Abbess Delivered
The Abbess Delivered

f. 157v
The Abbess Delivered
 
The Abbess Delivered

f. 158
The Abbess Delivered
Theophilus

f. 158v
Theophilus
Theophilus

f. 159
Theophilus
 
Theophilus

f. 159v
Theophilus
Theophilus

f. 160
Theophilus
Theophilus

f. 160v
Theophilus
 
The Monk Who Knew Only the Ave Maria

f. 161
The Monk Who Knew Only the Ave Maria
The Monk Who Knew Only the Ave Maria

f. 161v
The Monk Who Knew Only the Ave Maria
Amoras

f. 162
Amoras
 
Amoras

f. 162v
Amoras
Amoras

f. 163
Amoras
Amoras

f. 163v
Amoras
 
Amoras

f. 164
Amoras
Virgin Mary

f. 164v
Virgin Mary
Devil

f. 165
Devil
 
Virgin Mary

f. 165v
Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 166
Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 166v
Virgin Mary
 
Virgin Mary

f. 167
Virgin Mary
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 167v
The Devil in the Stocks
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 168
The Devil in the Stocks
 
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 168v
The Devil in the Stocks
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 169
The Devil in the Stocks
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 169v
The Devil in the Stocks
 
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 170
The Devil in the Stocks
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 170v
The Devil in the Stocks
The Devil in the Stocks

f. 171
The Devil in the Stocks
 
Monk

f. 171v
Monk
Monk

f. 172
Monk
Virgin Mary

f. 172v
Virgin Mary
 
Monk

f. 173
Monk
Virgin Mary

f. 173v
Virgin Mary
Two monks

f. 174
Two monks
 
Virgin Mary

f. 174v
Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary

f. 175
Virgin Mary
Thrice-Sinning hermit

f. 175v
Thrice-Sinning hermit
 
Thrice-Sinning hermit

f. 176
Thrice-Sinning hermit
Miller

f. 176v
Miller
Lewd hermit

f. 177
Lewd hermit
 
Miller and hermit

f. 177v
Miller and hermit
Hermit

f. 178
Hermit
Angel and Virgin

f. 178v
Angel and Virgin
 
Dainties on a Foul Dish

f. 179
Dainties on a Foul Dish
The Three Living

f. 179v
The Three Living
The Three Dead

f. 180
The Three Dead
 
Francis

f. 180v
Francis
Francis

f. 180v
Francis
Francis

f. 181
Francis
 
Francis

f. 181v
Francis
Francis

f. 182
Francis
Dominic

f. 182v
Dominic
 
Rams

f. 183
Rams
An ape and her children

f. 183v
An ape and her children
An ape and her children

f. 184
An ape and her children
 
An ape and her children

f. 184v
An ape and her children
Ape and bear

f. 185
Ape and bear
Hybrid

f. 185v
Hybrid
 
Hybrid

f. 186
Hybrid
Dragon

f. 186v
Dragon
Dragon

f. 187
Dragon
 
Archer

f. 187v
Archer
Elephant and castle

f. 188
Elephant and castle
Mary of Egypt

f. 188v
Mary of Egypt
 
Mary of Egypt

f. 189
Mary of Egypt
Man falling from a horse

f. 189v
Man falling from a horse
Dominic

f. 190
Dominic
 
Edward the Confessor

f. 190v
Edward the Confessor
John the Evangelist

f. 191
John the Evangelist
Martyrdom of St Peter

f. 191v
Martyrdom of St Peter
 
Martyrdom of St Edmund

f. 192
Martyrdom of St Edmund
Denis

f. 192v
Denis
Martyrdom of Denis

f. 193
Martyrdom of Denis
 
Denis

f. 193v
Denis
Virgin and Child on Mount Carmel

f. 194
Virgin and Child on Mount Carmel
Christ and Christopher

f. 194v
Christ and Christopher
 
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f. 195
Text page
Text page

f. 195v
Text page

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