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Here begynneth a boke in Englysshe tonge called Brute of Ingelond, or, The cronycles of Ingelond, compylynge and tretynge of [th]e seyd londe, howe it was fyrste a wylderness [and] forlete [and] no[th]inge [th]ere ynne but wylde bestes [and] fowles, and afterwarde how it was inhabyte by whom [and] in what maner, [and] [th]an of alle [th]e kyngges [and] grete lordes [and] pryncipale actes [th]at ha[th] be doen in [th]e same londe as of batelles, werres, [and] o[th]er aventures [and] conquestes of [th]e seyd londe. Ver prévia deste item
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Here begynneth a boke in Englysshe tonge called Brute of Ingelond, or, The cronycles of Ingelond, compylynge and tretynge of [th]e seyd londe, howe it was fyrste a wylderness [and] forlete [and] no[th]inge [th]ere ynne but wylde bestes [and] fowles, and afterwarde how it was inhabyte by whom [and] in what maner, [and] [th]an of alle [th]e kyngges [and] grete lordes [and] pryncipale actes [th]at ha[th] be doen in [th]e same londe as of batelles, werres, [and] o[th]er aventures [and] conquestes of [th]e seyd londe.

Autor: William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst Amherst, BaronR Leicester Harmsworth, SirJohn PageBernard Quaritch (Firm),C.A. Stonehill, Inc.,Todos os autores
Editora: [England, approximately 1450]
Edição/Formato   Livro : Manuscrito   Material de Arquivo : Inglês, Idade Média [1100-1500]
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Gênero/Forma: Manuscripts
Illuminated manuscripts
Illuminated initials (Layout features)
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Tipo de Material: Manuscrito
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Material de Arquivo
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: William Amhurst Tyssen-Amherst Amherst, Baron; R Leicester Harmsworth, Sir; John Page; Bernard Quaritch (Firm),; C.A. Stonehill, Inc.,; Sotheby's (Firm),; Pre-1650 Manuscript Collection (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library); University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Número OCLC: 85764675
Nota do Idioma: Middle English.
Notas: Ms. codex.
Title from incipit (fol. 1r).
Contains a portion of John Page's Siege of Rouen in prose.
Collation: Parchment, fol. iii (moder paper, i is pastedown) + 206 + iv (modern paper, iv is pastedown) ; 1-25⁸ 26⁶ ; horizontal catchwords in lower margin (some decorated).
Layout: Written in 30 (Scribes A and B) and 29 (Scribe C) long lines; frame-ruled with double upper and lower bounding lines; prickings in outer margin.
Script: Written by three hands in a semi-cursive, gothic script of the fifteenth century. Scribe A: fol. 1r-20v, line 2; Scribe B: fol. 20v, line 3-184v; Scribe C: fol. 185r-206v (Scribe C begins in the middle of a word and probably uses a new exemplar, cf. Matheson).
Decoration: Seven-line illuminated initial "H" on fol. 1r with blue, green, and violet floriate in-fill and ornamentation extending down the left margin and across the bottom margin -- Five-line illuminated initial "W on fol. 67r with blue and violet in-fill -- Initials in red on blue throughout, many with marginal flourishes -- Chapter heading rubrics.
Binding: 18th cent. Full calf, gold ruled; marbled endpapers.
Provenance: 1. Inscription in ink on verso of first fly-leaf: "Dalkeith House" (home of the dukes of Buccleuch) -- 2. Armorial bookplate (with motto: Victoria concordia crescit) of William, Baron Amherst, on verso of first fly-leaf -- 3. Offered for sale by Sotheby's, 3 December 1908 -- 4. Offered for sale by Quaritch, 1911 (cat. 303, no. 879) -- 5. Offered for sale by Quaritch, 1916 (cat. 344, no. 4) -- 6. Sir R. Leicester Harmsworth, as per his sale (Sotheby's, 15 October 1945, lot 1951) -- 7. Purchased from C.A. Stonehill, 7 March 1951.
Shelf-mark: Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Pre-1650 MS 0116.
Descrição: 206 leaves : parchment ; 265 x 192 (187 x 120) mm bound to 273 x 210 mm.
Outros Títulos: Chronicles of England.
Brute of Ingelond
Brut of England
Cronycles of Ingelond
Brut
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