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“Ego sum .α. & .ω. …”: Greek letters in a Latin Bible – Leaf of a New Testament or Apocalypse, in Latin [France(?), 12th century, first half]
[Pope Boniface] Leaf from Sextus Liber Decretalium – early C14th
A leaf of Cicero, De inventione, I.63–70, in Latin [England, 12th century, second or third(?) quarter]
Animal initial with a bear and a griffon, [France, c.1180]
Animal initial with two dogs, cutting [France, last decades of the twelfth century]
Augustine on Psalms 1170 France C12th
C12th Leaf of Exodus 20 [substantial fragment]; the Ten Commandments.
C13th fragment of ‘Catholicon’ – John of Genoa (Balbus)
Commentary on Aristotle, Categoriae, and the same authors translation of Perihermenias BOETHIUS [MS] C.13th
Cutting from a Carolingian liturgical book early C9th
Digest (or Pandects) opening of book XLVII, with gloss, presumably that of Accursius, C13th
Early Staff-less Musical Notation; Bifolium from a Cistercian Noted Missal, in Latin [Germany, 12th century, first half]
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