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The Pale Horse Apocalypse, fragment with commentary by Berengaudus France, N.E. (Lorraine: Metz or Verdun); 4th quarter of the 13th century

The Pale Horse Apocalypse, fragment with commentary by Berengaudus France, N. (Lorraine: Metz or Verdun); quarter of the century

Sun and moon Guyart des Moulins, Bible historiale (Grande Bible historiale complétée, with prologues), volume 1 France, Central (Paris); c.1420

openmarginalis: “ “Detail of a miniature of God creating the sun and moon.”, Bible historiale, f. by Guyart des Moulins and art by “The Master of the Bedford Hours, and the Master of the Cite des.

The birds summoned Apocalypse, fragment with commentary by Berengaudus France, N.E. (Lorraine: Metz or Verdun); 4th quarter of the 13th century

The birds summoned Apocalypse, fragment with commentary by Berengaudus France, N. (Lorraine: Metz or Verdun); quarter of the century

Annunciation to the Shepherds Book of Hours, Use of Paris France, Central (Paris); 1st quarter of the 15th century

Annunciation to the Shepherds Book of Hours, Use of Paris France, Central (Paris); quarter of the century

Guy of  Valencia and Philip of Tripoli Pseudo-Aristotle, Secretum Secretorum, imperfect, translated by Philip of Tripoli England, S. E. (London); between 1326 and 1327

Guy of Valencia and Philip of Tripoli Pseudo-Aristotle, Secretum Secretorum, imperfect, translated by Philip of Tripoli England, S. between 1326 and 1327

Wife beater Guillaume de Lorris, continued by Jean de Meun, Le Roman de la Rose (f. 1-143), two poems: Codicile de Jean de Meun (ff. 143-144v) and Testament de Jean de Meun (ff. 145-171v), France, Central (Paris); 4th quarter of the 14th century

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Stealing fruit Psalter (the 'Luttrell Psalter') England, N. (Diocese of Lincoln); 2nd quarter of the 14th century

Stealing fruit Psalter (the 'Luttrell Psalter') England, N. (Diocese of Lincoln); quarter of the century

The dragon attacks the mother and child Apocalypse with a verse translation and prose commentary in French, imperfect England; 2nd half of the 13th century

The dragon attacks the mother and child Apocalypse with a verse translation and prose commentary in French, imperfect England;

Scenes from Matthew's Passion Gospel Lectionary, Use of Paris ('Quatrième Évangéliaire de la Sainte-Chapelle') France, Central (Paris); c. 1285-1290

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