Guide To Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library


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INDEX 9
GENERAL INDEX

<?>a (place name), 26
Abgar, King of Edessa, apocryphal correspondence with Christ, 463
Abridgment of Statutes. See Index of Statutes
Absolution, form of, 248
Abuses by royal and franchisal officers, 269
Acquaviva, Andrea Matteo III d’Aragona, Duke of Atri, Offices for the week, 318-21
Acta proconsularia, extract on St. Cyprian, 310
Adam and Eve, life of, 566
Adam de Helperch, 270
Adam de Kyngeshemede, 594
Adam of Eynsham, Magna vita sancti Hugonis, 708
Admonitio ad Nonsuindam reclusam, 639
Advice to Apprentices, 188
Advowsons, 581
Aegidius of Paris, interpolations in Aurora, 699-700
Aegidius Romanus, De regimine principum, 15-16
Aeneidis, praefatio, 302
Africa, description of, 141
Ages of the world, 176, 674, 704
Aging, poem on, 710
Agnese, Battista, 82-83, 84, 85-56, 86-87
Agnus castus, 120, 137
Agriculture, Golden Numbers to determine good years for (?), 401
Ailred of Rievaulx, De institutis inclusarum, 340; Vita sancti Edwardi regis, 567
Alan of Lille, De sex alis cherubim, 578 (?); Summa de arte predicatoria, 600
Alanus chaplan, prayer attributed to, 537
Alanus de Insulis. See Alan of Lille
Alba, Duke of. See Alvarez de Toledo, Fernando
Album, 216
Alchemy, 688-89, 739-47
Alcuin, De psalmorum usu liber, 70; verses on books of the Bible, 125
Ald<?> (place name), 66
Alexander, pope, pills taken by, 745
Alexander IV, pope, Constitutiones, 621
Alexander VII, pope, election of, 251
Alexander de Villa Dei, Algorismus, 717; verses on the Bible, 649
Alexander of Canterbury, Similitudo militis, 579
Alexander the Great, correspondence with Dindimus, 244-45; epistle to Aristotle, 245; note on, 245
Alexander von Roes, De translatione imperii, 567-68
Alexis, Guillaume. See Guillaume Alexis
Alice de T., 594
Allegory, 108, 661
Almanac, for 1513-30, 396; nautical, 104-05
Alphabetical order, 660; of biblical verses, 759; of distinctions, 668; of herbal, 646; of incipits of psalms, 332; of Rosarium, 714-15; See also Index
Alphabets, 181, 232, 331, 686
Alphonsi, Petrus. See Petrus Alphonsi
Alphonsus de Spina, Fortalitium fidei, extract from, 341
Alsace, 380
Altar Beate Marie, 3
Alvarez de Toledo, Fernando, Duke of Alba, 587
Ambassador’s instructins, 252, 561-62
Ambrose, attributed to, 118, 555; cited, 741; exorcism attributed to, 314; extract from, 666; prayer attributed to, 713
Ambrosiaster, Commentary on the Pauline Epistles, 773-75
Amiens, 430
Anathema against book thief, 124, 126, 190, 261, 680
Ancient demesne. See De antiquo dominico corone
Angeli, Iacopo, da Scarperia, 291
Angers, 509
Anglesey, 623
Anglo-Saxon, Caedmon’s hymn in, 705
Anglyngle, 3
Animals, voices of, 710
Anjou, 509
Anna of Augsburg, vision revealed to, 539
Anselm, extract from, 322-23; prayer attributed to, 446, 515, 572
Ps. Anselm, De conceptione beate Marie, 217
Anselm of Canterbury, attributed to, 340; extract from, 71 (?); extract in Apologetico, 663 (?)
Anselm of Laon, Pro altercatione, 118
Antipater Sydonius, extract on Sappho from, 305
Antiphonal, 403, 583-84, 728-29, 734-35; fragment, 28-29, 152, 648, 701 (?), 758
Antoninus Pius, life of, 755
Apianus, Petrus, Astrolabium, 246-47
Apocrypha. See Bible, apocryphal
Apollonius of Tyre, 187-88, 298, 690
Apostles, and the Creed, in English, 199; areas of preaching, 141
Appleby, 185
Apprentices, advice to, 188
Apuleius Platonicus, sphere of, 131
Aquinas, Thomas. See Thomas Aquinas
Arberge, 760
Arches, “penitens de la maison de,” 108-09
Archilaus, cited, 745
Arequipa, Peru, 213-14
Aristotle, as authority, 637; De animalibus, 299-301; extract from, 739, 744; Nicomachean Ethics, 295-96
Ps. Aristotle, De perfecto magisterio, 744; Secreta secretorum, extract from, 132
Arithmetic, 717, 757
Arma Christi, 191, 648-49
Armenian gospel, xiii
Arms, blazoned, Acquaviva, 321; Anjou, 300; Archiac, 451; Arkel, 440; Arundel, Edmund, Earl of, 211; Arundel, Richard, Earl of, 211; Aumont, 451; Bassingborne, 368 (?); Bautersem, 440; Bembo, 28; Bergen-op-Zoom, 440; Berthout, 440; Bolano, 25, 28; Brabant, 440; Brownlow, 709; Clare of Hertford and Gloucester, 368 (?); Corner, 26; d’Amboise, 341; Donà, 25; Dreux, 688; Duodo, 25-26, 27; Dutch, 458; Edward the Confessor, 618; Egmond, 440; England, 55, 618; English, 32-33, 211; Erizzo, 294; Evans, 618; Falier, 25; Ferrieres, 451; Fesso, 27 (?); Fiott, 366; Fitzhugh, 618; Fitzwarren, 368 (?); Formento, 110; Foscarini, 26-27; France, 618; Garland, 55; Ginori, 447 (?); Hilton, 618 (?); Holme, 618; Isselstein, 440; Kyffin, 392; La Baume, 83, 460; Lancaster, 40; Lancilotti, 442 (?); Landes, 369; Lascelles, 618 (?); Laval, 676; Lee, 366-67; Leoni, 25, 28; Longwy, 460; Marcello, 25, 27; Mello, 426; Mocenigo, 27, 28; Muazzo, 26; Neufchâtel, 460; Odescalchi, 628; Pasqualigo, 28; Pesaro, 25; Pisani, 28; Raineri, 28; Rolin, 369; Siena, 734-35; Spencer, 55; St. Albans, 623 (?); Taiapiera, 25 (?); Tron, 25; unidentified, 26, 84-85, 86, 87, 228, 233, 307, 308, 311, 313, 320, 334, 377, 392, 421, 429, 465, 521, 686, 688, 697; Vallard, 90 (?); Vaux of Gillesland, 368 (?); Vernon, 32-33; Warwick, 368 (?); Wastneys, 618
Arms, space reserved for, 68, 441
Arnulf of Orleans, commentary on Lucan’s Pharsalia, 733
Arras, 120
Arthur, King, correspondence with Lucius, 691
Articuli corone, 268
Arundel, Thomas, 564, 672
As holy wrytt wytnesse and telle, 242
As I walkyd vppon a day, 217
Ascendancy of planets, tables of, 130
Ascoli, 757
Ashby, George, Active Policy of a Prince, 201
Ashridge (Herts.), 6, 50
Asia, description of, 141
Asolo, 28
Assize of Rouen, proceedings in 1205 of, 570
Asthill, William, 595
Asti, 701
Astrolabe, treatise on, 716-17
Astrology, 130-35, 133, 141-43, 414, 635, 716-18
Atholl, Earl of, David, 690
Atri, Duke of. See Acquaviva, Andrea Matteo III d’Aragona
Attedale, Alice, 265
Audley (Staffs.), 53
Augsburg, 541
Augustine, as authority, 637; attributed to, 556, 631; cited, 488, 730, 741, 756; Contra adversarium legis et prophetarum, 697; Contra arrianorum perfidiam, 697; Contra manicheos, 697-98; De contemptu mundi, in English, 247; De heresi pelagianorum, 697; Enarrationes in Psalmos 101-150, 645; Enchiridion, 602; extract from, 155, 243, 322-23, 341, 603, 618, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 672, 759-60; mass by, 315; prayer attributed to, 333, 397, 418, 424, 534, 572, 713; Psalter of, 463; Sermo arrianorum, 697; Summa de penitencia abreviata, attributed to, 579
Ps. Augustine, attributed to, 711; Hypomnesticon, 698; Liber soliloquiorum, 340-41
Ausonius, extract on Sappho from, 305
Authorities, list of, 637
Autograph manuscript, 81-82, 108-09 (?), 116-17, 144-46, 175-76, 215, 218 (?), 234 (?), 250, 257, 624, 655 (?), 747 (?), 753
Avalos, Alfonso de, 252
Ave Maria, exposition on, 219-20; in English, 192-93
Avignon, 623
Babylonian clay tablets, xiii
Bacon, Roger, 740 (?); Speculum alchimie, 744
Badius, Jodocus, commentary on Persius, 56
Bakers, toll on, 267
Baketon, Thomas, 277
Bale, John, 163; King Johan, 81
Bamberg, 627
Bangor, diocese of, 10
Baptism, ritual of, 756
Barfold, 234
Bariωna, Laurentius, 233, 234
Barnet, battle of, 606 (?)
Bartholomeus Anglicus, Livre des propriétés des choses, 675-76
Bartholomeus de Ferraria. See Ps. Galen
Bartholomeus, De casibus decretorum, 9
Bartolomé de las Casas. See Casas, Bartolomé de las
Barynuillier, 509
Basil, extract from, 243
Battle Abbey, 1-3, 3-4, 4-5; relics at, 690
Bavaria, 226, 318
Bay City Blank Book Mfg. Co. See Binders
Be glad of al maydens flourre, 160
Be on fayre forest syde, 262
Beans, toll on, 267
Beauchamp, Lady, wife of the Earl of Warwick, 121, 136
Beauchesne, John de and John Baildon, A Booke containing divers sortes of Hands, 211
Bede, attributed to, 390, 575, 711; biographical note on, 705; commentary on the Catholic Epistles, 706; De natura rerum, 576; Epistola de sex etatibus seculi, 674; Expositio actuum apostolorum et retractatio, 706; Expositio de templo Salomonis, 674; extract from, 71, 618; Historia ecclesiastica, epitome, 673; Historia ecclesiastica, 705; In cantica canticorum libri VII, 674; letter on the death of, 673; Nomina regionum atque locorum de actibus apostolorum, 706; prayer attributed to, 424, 427, 438, 466, 524, 681; verses on, 705-06
Bedford, F. See Binders
Bellum troianum, 623
Benamarim, bellum de, 497
Bench, reports of cases in, 609
Benedetto, Giovanni, 105
Benedict XII, pope, indulgence conceded by, 333, 502, 555
Benedictions, 315, 370
Beniamyn, 160
Benk, John, 594
Bergamo, 26, 27
Bergh, Richard de, 267
Berkshire, 2, 581
Bernard, as authority, 637; attributed to, 515, 555, 556; called “doctor mellifluus,” 505; cited, 441, 661, 741; extract from, 243, 320, 322-23, 341, 600, 663, 665, 668, 669, 688, 715, 725; Goldene Kette, 224; Iubilus attributed to, 545; litany of the Virgin, 194; prayer attributed to, 398, 407, 425, 434, 438, 446, 447, 462, 472, 491, 502, 505, 506, 545, 546, 548, 574, 713
Ps. Bernard, Stimulus amoris, in Dutch, 323-24
Bernardinus of Siena, prayer attributed to, 573
Bernardus Parmensis de Botone. See Botone, Bernardus Parmensis de
Bernsau, Iohannes, 753
Besançon, 450
Bestiary, extract on the rooster, 714
Béthune, Maximilien de, 253
Bewdley (Worcs.), 190
Bible, 12-15, 124-30, 342-45, 345-48, 348-51, 351-55, 355-59, 359-63, 363-67, 373-77, 381-83, 384-89, 632-35; 3 Ezra, 114, 373, 384; 3 Kings ending at 4 Kings 1:18, 342; Alcuin, verses on books of the Bible, 125; Alexander de Villa Dei, verses on the Bible, 649; Ambrosiaster on, 773; and missal, 649-54; annotated for liturgical use, 15; apocryphal correspondence between Christ and Abgar, King of Edessa, 463; apocryphal gospel of Nicodemus, 198; apocryphal life of Adam and Eve, 566; Bede on, 706; brief exegesis of, 206, 711, 714, 770-71; canon tables, 343 (?), 378; canonicity of, 653; canticles by cue, 112, 650; canticles, in English, 235-36; canticles, 31, 312, 326, 331, 333, 374, 553; catena mainly from the gospel of John, 399; chapter lists, 13-14, 115, 124-28, 378, 773; cited, 741, 748; concordance notes (?), 654; counterparts of the Testaments, 664; Dictiones vel nomina obscura, 358; Dutch commentary on Ps. 50, 323; English exposition on gospel for Ascension, 236; English exposition on Job, 240-41; English translation, 178-79, 205-06, 234-36; Exceptiones of, 710; extract from, 243, 663, 712, 730, 765; extracts in Flemish, 584-85; fragment of exegesis, 383; French paraphrase of the gospels, 260; gloss attributed to Ambrose, 118; gloss of Anselm of Laon, 118; Greek gospels, 377-79, 378; Hugh of St. Victor on, 721-22; in 2 volumes, 124-30, 363-67, 377-79; in unusual order, 110-16, 124-28, 649-54; Interpretations of Hebrew Names, 14, 114, 347, 351, 354, 357-58, 362, 376, 382, 387, 634, 652; Iohannes Herolt on, 772; letter to the Laodiceans, 14, 114, 128, 365, 386; list of books and chapters, 358, 382; list of the books, 351, 362; mnemonic verses on, 714; Neh. 13:15-31 as prologue to 2 Ezra, 349; Old Testament genealogies, 704; passion according to the 4 gospels, 333; Pauline Epistles, commentary on, 773; Pauline Epistles only, 118-119; Pauline Epistles, recipients of, 772; Peter Comestor on, 638-39, 704; Peter of Poitiers on, 704, 726; Petrus Aureoli on, 764; prayer of Manasses, 111, 373, 384, 650; prayer of Solomon, 125, 342, 374, 381, 385, 633, 651; pre-Langton capitulation, 118; prophets as authorities, 759; Song of Songs, commentary on, 674; stichometry, 124, 127, 128; study device, 715; themes from, 667; Theodulf of Orleans, verses on books of the Bible, 125; variant readings in margins, 384; verse compendium of, 599; verses in alphabetical order, 759; versified, 699-700; Vetus Latina, forms of, 773; without the Psalter, 384; See also Chester Mystery Cycle and Towneley Cycle for English paraphrase; See also Psalter and Psalms
Billingshurst (Sussex), 240
Billington, 190
Binders, Bay City Blank Book Mfg. Co., 295; Bernard David, 473; Bernard Middleton, 736; Birdsall, 290, 293; Bretherton, 639; Capé, 437; Chambolle-Duru, 429; Charles Herig, 148; Charles Lewis, 76, 120, 129, 246, 292; Charles Smith, 411, 691; Christian Kalthoeber, 153; Club Bindery, 211; Dèbese, 460; Derome le Jeune, 501; Deseuil, 444; Douglas Cockerell, 242, 395, 622; Duru, 283, 507; E. Pouget, 348; F. Bedford, 154, 465, 477, 515, 644; “Fishtail” Binder, 774; Gertrude Weadock, 607; Gruel, 554; Henry Sotheran and Company, 116; J. Leighton, 303, 682; J. S. Wilson and Sons, 698; John Reynes, 709; Joly, 505; Koehler, 481; Lloyd, Wallis and Lloyd, 525; Lortic, 291, 307, 446, 468; Macdonald, 290, 295; Maltby, 696; Marius Michel, 473, 544; Mercier, 110, 432, 458; Metrophanes, 322; Purgold, 402; R. Friedländer & Sohn, 316; Riviere and Son, 49, 141, 143, 229, 341; Riviere, 237, 257, 332, 414, 575, 624, 635; Robson and Kerslake, 351; Simier, 434, 460; T. (?), 772; Thibaron, 544; Thibaron-Echaubard, 503; Thomas Elliott, 196, 209; Trautz-Bauzonnet, 109; Vogel, 517; W. Pratt, 101; Wampflug, 503; William H. Smith, 242; Zaehnsdorf, 372, 721
Binding, Cathedral style, 116, 517; cornerpieces shaped as birds, 256; cost of, 176; dated 1652/53, 322; dated 1891, 505; evidence of chain hasp, 66 (?), 359, 623, 659, 725, 751, 760, 763, 769, 771; historiated roll, 256; in Duodo design, 503; in Greek style, 322; in Grolieresque design, 429, 507; in the style of Derome le Jeune, 369; in the style of Eve, 473; in the style of Le Monnier, 458; ledger style, 202, 724; metal, 729; open-work silver repousse, 495; panel of “Flemish animals,” 327, 449; panel with Virtues, 584; roll of animals chasing, 752; roll with Salvator, Iohannes, Paulus, Davit, 772; s. XII/XIII, 645, 698; s. XIII, 593 (?, with restoration), 604, 712 (?); s. XIV, 265; s. XV, 117, 122, 156, 172, 174, 176, 294, 308, 355, 371, 449, 596, 604, 607, 636, 637, 648, 673, 679, 686, 707, 722, 738, 752, 753, 755, 760, 763, 769, 771, 774; s. XV/XVI, 327, 756, 764; s. XVI, 52, 53, 84, 86, 87, 93, 94, 140, 163, 202, 204, 207, 213, 214, 240, 255 (?), 300, 317, 325 (?, with restoration), 328 (?), 336, 422, 430, 486, 509, 513, 541, 552, 584, 586, 627 (?), 655, 709, 714 (?), 751, 758, 772; signed T. (?), 772; stamp, 8-pointed star, 322; eagle displayed, 753 (?); floral spray in urn, 760 (?); Greek letters, 322; Ihesus and Maria, 760; Ihesus, 764; Iohannes, 764; Maria, 764; symbols of Evangelists, 764; Virgin and Child, 752; to hang from a belt, 731; with book mark, 604, 735; with chain hasp, 763; with label under horn, 707; with miniatures of saints on clasps, 449; with protective fore edge flaps, 359; with recess in inner back cover for religious object (?), 325; with wrapper, 604
Birds, recipe for catching with lime, 745
Birdsall. See Binders
Biware howe thou the body kette, 131
Blessid god souereyn goodnesse, 237
Bliss, Leslie Edgar, xxii-xxv
Bloodletting, 130, 142, 269, 563, 646
Boccaccio, Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes, 279-83, 283-85
Bockesers, Robert de, 267
Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae, commentary on, 16; transl., 36
Bohemia, 371-73, 696-97
Bologna, 422, 656
Bonaventure, attributed to, 390, 393, 427, 466, 599, 681; extract from, 71, 322-23
Bonde, Adam, 287
Boniface, pope, death of, 72; indulgence conceded by, 427, 466, 502, 549
Boniface IV, pope, indulgence conceded by, 418
Boniface VI, pope, indulgence conceded by, 390, 445, 681
Boniface VIII, pope, indulgence conceded by, 333, 555
Book of Hours, fragment, modern, 528-29, 541-42; fragment, 413-14, 493-94, 729; Sarum use, 389-93, 393-96, 426-29, 465-68, 571-75, 580-82, 597-98, 680-82; undetermined use, 523-26, 550-52, 558-59; use of Amiens, 429-30, 510-12; use of Besançon, 449-51 (?), 458-60; use of Chartres, 478-82; use of Châlons-sur-Marne, 560-61; use of Langres, 514-16; use of Paris, 51-52, 407-08, 409-11, 432-34, 434-35, 435-37, 442-44, 451-52 (?), 460-62, 472-74, 482-84, 485-86, 489-90 (?), 494-95, 501-04, 512-13; use of Rome, 106-08, 396-403, 412-14, 414-16, 422-24, 424-26, 441-42, 444-46, 446-47, 448-49, 452-54, 462-65, 471-21, 474-76, 476-78, 490-92, 496-97, 497-501, 504-06, 506-07, 516-17, 517-21, 526-28, 548-50, 628-29, 638; use of Rouen, 468-70, 508-09, 589-90; use of Sens, 484-85 (?); use of St. Quentin, 521-23; use of the congregation of Windesheim, 430-32, 437-40, 487-89; use of Troyes, 470-71; See also Hours and Chart for Books of Hours on pp. 869-79
Book of Vices and Virtues, 203-04
Booklets, 151, 181, 189-90, 202, 419, 738; See also Composite volume
Books, exchange of, 753; mention of other, 56, 124, 204, 261, 623; See also Inventory
Boteraux, William, 274
Botone, Bernardus Parmensis de, gloss on Decretals, 620, 725
Bowyer, William, Heroica Eulogia, 210-211
Boxford (Suffolk), 563, 564
Boy Bishop, ceremony of, 643
Bracciano, Duke of. See Orsini, Paolo Giordano
Bracton, Henry, De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae, 702
Bradford (?), 594
Bradley, 62
Braybroke, Robert, 672
Bread of St. Nicholas of Tolentino, 314
Bremond, Estienne, 91
Brescia, 25-26, 27, 304
Brest, 105
Bretherton. See Binders
Breviary, choir, 254; Cistercian, 635-36; Dominican, 325-26, 335-36, 625-27; fragment, 117, 318, 586; use of Autun, 368-70; See also Diurnal
Bridget, St., Fifteen O’s of, 389, 393, 426, 465, 479, 555, 597, 737; in English, 191
Bridgewater Library, xviii, 5-7
Briffor, Charles, 524
Brightwalton, 1
Bristol, 702, 704
Brittany, 105, 676
Broadley, John, 705
Brockele (?), 2
Broughton (Northamptonshire), 62
Brouscon, Guillaume, 104-05
Bruges, 392, 396, 440, 468, 492, 528, 554, 629
Bruni, Leonardo, 295
Brussels, 554
Brut Chronicle, xx, 149, 174-75, 177-78, 181-82; extract from, 618
Brutus and Diana, 181, 291, 703
Bryan, Sir Francis, 218
Bunburye, 80, 81
Bundesdenkmalamt, 771; See also Denkmalschutz
Buren, 766
Burgh, Benet, 200
Burgos, 587
Burley, Walter, De vita et moribus philosophorum, 727-28
Burnleye, 77
Bustis, Bernardinus de, 659
Butchers, toll on, 267
Buttes, Thomas, commonplace book, xiv
Byeastenover in Pevensey, 2
Byfore the gate of Galile, 137
Bynhym, monk of, 573
C. de B., 609
Cadit assisa, 269, 287
Caedmon’s hymn, in Anglo-Saxon, 705
Caen, 569-70
Caesarius, extract from, 243
Calendar, 31, 247, 680, 730, 765; circular, 86; computistic, 626; explanation of roman, 317; graded, 29, 313, 336, 337, 613, 625, 635; liturgical, 53, 104, 130, 319, 331, 332; portable, 731-32; See also Chart for Books of Hours on pp. 869-79
Calligraphy, 210-11, 655
Callistus, pope, indulgence conceded by, 555
Callou, Thomas, 267
Camberwell, 2
Cambrai, 120
Cambridge, 563, 564
Candia Restaurata, 252
Canon tables, 378
Canonization, bulls regarding, 708
Cantelupe, Walter de, 609
Canterbury, archbishop of, 2; Christ Church, 266
Capé. See Binders
Capgrave, John, Life of St. Norbert, 116
Capodistria, 28
Carpenter, Richard (?), 688
Carthusian order, institution of, 750
Cartulary, 1-3, 3-4, 4-5; fragment, 723
Casale Monferrato, 757, 758
Casas, Bartolomé de las, letter to the Dominicans in Chiapa and Guatemala, 624; presentation to the Audiencia de los Confines, 624
Cassiodorus, Institutiones, 243
Castle Acre (Norfolk), 717
Casus placitorum, similar to, 609, 670
Catalan, rubric in, 333
Catholic church, hierarchy in, 568; prohibition of incantations, 121
Cato, Distichs, 140
Catterick, 674
Cavallini, Pietro, 97
Cave (?), 594
Cavendish, George, Life of Wolsey, 215-16
Caxton, William, 198-99, 200, 201, 203
Cecilia ad Tiburcium, 662
Ceffons, Peter, Epistola Luciferi ad cleros, in English, 151
Cement, recipe for, 745
Chambolle-Duru. See Binders
Chanson de geste, extract from, 125-26
Chapter list, 39, 46, 629, 671; alphabetical, 7-8; copied from another book, 653; with references to quires and paragraphs, 702; without text, 10, 121, 621; See also Bible, chapter lists
Chapters of the Regard, 640
Charlemagne, English life of, 685; prayer requested by, 397, 434, 548, 737
Charles, King of France, names of Christ sent to, 399; prayer requested by, 397, 502
Charms, against being deceived in the market place, 562; against demons, 132; against dog bite, 136, 743; against enemies, 132; against evil spirits, 137; against fevers, 136, 137; against fire, 132; against headache, 138; against moles, 137; against nosebleed, 138; against sudden death, 132; against toothache, 137, 138; against worms, 121, 136-37; for a woman’s love, 743; for childbirth, 136, 137; for protection, 194, 399; for twisted limbs, 137; for victory, 132; of the Cross, 207; to dissolve spots in one’s eyes, 136; to heal a wound, 137; to open a sealed document, 743; to staunch blood, 136, 137, 711; to win at dice, 121; See also Incantations
Charte aux Normands, 642-43
Charters, 1-3, 3-4, 4
Chartley, 181
Chartmakers, Thames School of, 101, 588
Chartres, 481
Chaucer, Geoffrey, Anelida’s Complaint, 186; Canterbury Tales, 41-46; Clerk’s Tale, 186; Monk’s Tale, 200; Tale of Melibeus, 199-200; Troilus and Criseyde, 36, 151, 195-96; Truth, 46, 186
Chess, 34, 64, 304
Chester Mystery Cycle, 77-81
Chester, 623
Chichester, bishop of, 1
Chickens, apparently dead, recipe for, 563
Chigi, Fabio. See Alexander VII
Christmas carols, 57, 204, 488
Christ, names of, 399; size of tomb, 619; temptation of, in English, 199; wounds of, 750
Chronicle, for 1170-1322 and 1417-30, 742; for 1299-1307, 691; for 1525-1561, 29-30; metrical, 158, 685; notes of plague, wind, etc. in England, 677, 715; of Antoninus Pius, 755; of England, 63-64, 228, 243, 575-76, 577, 618-19, 657-58, 684-85, 687-88; of Rome, 567; of Spain, 296-99; of the Holy Lands, 577; to 1250 in Greek, 378; to 1437, 735-36
Chronology, Brutus to Henry VI, 619; Christ to Edward II, 269; for 1311-33, 270; note on methods of, 245; to Henry VII, 134
Chrysostom, cited, 741; De laudibus sancti Pauli apostoli, 244; extract from, 155
Ps. Chrysostom, sermons, 244
Churches, number of, in England, 265, 729, 741
Chyvalton, 62
Cicero, De oratore, 290; Epistulae ad familiares, 291; Somnium Scipionis, 754-55; Tusculanae Disputationes, 293-94; commentary on, 293
Ps. Cicero, De proprietate sermonum, 55
Cinque Ports, 252, 270
Cipher, words in, 138, 251, 743
Cisiojanus syllables, 389, 465
Clare of Assisi, Benediction in Dutch, 329; Rule in Dutch, 328-29; Testament in Dutch, 329
Claxton, Thomas, Questiones, 761
Clement, pope, attributed to, 390, 466, 681; indulgence conceded by, 427
Clement IV, pope, Constitutiones, 621
Clement V, pope, indulgence conceded by, 463
Clement VI, pope, mass by, 315
Clement of Llanthony, Concordia evangelistarum, in English, 236; De sex alis cherubim, 578 (?)
Clermont, 509
Clock, by the stars, 104
Cloth, recipe to make it shine, 744
Club Bindery. See Binders
Clyfton, Sir Robert, 740
Coal, toll on, 267
Cockerell, Douglas. See Binders
Cofradia de Santa Ana, rule of, 629-30
Cole, George Watson, xxii, xxvii
Collatio Alexandri Magni et Dindimi regis Bragmanorum, 244-45
Cologne, 316
Colors, recipes to make, 744
Columbus, Christopher, book of privileges of, 95-96
Comedy, definition of, 131
Commonplace books, xiv
Communion. See Eucharist
Compass card, 104
Complexions. See Qualities
Composite volume, 9-10, 35-39, 63-64, 205-07, 289-90, 598-602, 606-08, 670-73, 705-07, 761-63; See also Album and Booklets
Computus, 130, 269, 319, 338, 391, 395, 431, 487, 626, 717; diagram, 242; in French, 258-59
Conclave, report on, 251
Confession, aids to, 219; commentary on, 243, 759; ritual of, 756
Confraternity, rule of, 629-30
Conrad of Halberstadt, Figure operum Christi, 759
Constantine the African, 133 (?), 136, 242
Contention between Soul and Body, 70
Contents list, 111, 124, 126, 130, 246, 370, 566, 579, 596, 604, 619, 673, 709, 748, 754; from a different manuscript, 10, 121, 621
Copying, span of time for, 377
Corbichon, Jean, 675
Corbridge, Thomas, 594
Corfù. See Kerkyra
Cornwall, 40
Coronation ceremony, 748
Coroner, oath of, 610
Corrector’s marks, 8, 37, 38, 122, 196, 204, 232, 348, 617, 622, 659, 679, 695, 746
Correspondence, between Abgar, King of Edessa and Christ, 463; between Alexander the Great and Dindimus, 244-45; between Lucius and King Arthur, 691; between the Great Turk and the Pope, 565-66; from Alexander the Great to Aristotle, 245; from Lucifer to the clergy, 151
Corvo, Guido de. See Guido de Corvo
Coryate, Thomas, 181
Cosmography, 100, 102, 141-43
Countess of Pembroke, Arcadia, 212
Courtenay, William, 277, 564
Cowton, Robert, Questiones, 762
Cranborne Chase, 203
Cranbrook, 3
Creed, and the Apostles, in English, 199; commentary on, 667
Cremona, 383
Cressing<ham>, 594
Crete, 565-66
Crinale gloriose virginis Marie, 737
Crist made to man a faire present, 159
Cronica de fundatoribus et mirabilibus Rome, 567
Croppreadin, 41
Crows, recipe to make them white, 563
Cruz, Luis de la, Derrotero, 692-93
Cueilly, 509
Cur mundus militat, 71, 247
Currency, rates of exchange, 741
Custom duties, 267
Customal, monastic, 2, 29, 70
Cuthbert, letter on the death of Bede, 673
Cyprian, Ad Demetrianum, 308; Ad Donatum, 308; Ad Fortunatum, 308; Ad Moysem et Maximum, 308-09; De disciplina et de habitu virginum, 309; De ecclesie unitate, 309; De lapsis, 309; De mortalitate, 309; De opere et elimosinis, 309; De oratione dominica, 309; De pacientia, 309; De zelo, 309; extract from, 243; letters, 308-10; life and martyrdom of, 310; Sententie episcoporum octuaginta octo, 309
Ps. Cyprian, Adversus Iudeos, 310; De aleatore, 310; De duobus montibus, 310; De iudaica incredulitate, 310; De laude martirum, 309; De penitentia, 310; Duodecim abusiones, 310
Cyril, cited, 383; extract from, 341
C(?)zerstede, 760
Dancim (?) philosophus, 745
Daniel, Henry, Liber uricrisiarum, 241-42, See also Dome of urine
Dares Phrygius, De excidio Troiae historia, 298
David, Bernard. See Binders
Davy de Kauode, 594
De antiquo dominico corone, 262, 268, 611
De conflictu viciorum atque virtutum, 661
De contemptu mundi, 71, 247
De corona, 268
De fabul. cantuar., 204
De imitatione Christi, 257-58
De impressionibus, 717
De inventione veronice, 566
De libertate ecclesiastica, 723
De passione Christi, 623
De pestilentia orta in Anglia, 1348, 566
De Ricci, Seymour, xx, xxvii; “Bibliotheca Britannica Manuscripta,” 259, 261
De sequencia sancti Michaelis, 711
Death, prayers at point of, 72
Debèse. See Binders
Decoration, at varying stages, 686; blue rubrics, 402, 411, 426, 444, 450, 453, 473, 513, 517, 523; brackets as, 605, 659, 698, 707; by pouncing, 255; calendar with lines filled horizontally, 424; catchwords as, 259, 325, 593, 672; coats of arms as, 94, 95, 99, 105, 106, 582, 583; completed borders on blank pages, 460; cost of, 741; cut from another manuscript, 123, 256, 480; facing borders of different design, 551; framed notes as, 603, 659; gold rubrics, 426, 523; in bistre, 415; in camaïeu d’or, 306, 465, 507; in camaïeu gris, 108, 445; in grisaille, 195, 425, 475, 687; incorrect scene depicted, 32 (?), 316, 443, 461-62, 511, 734; lettering as border design, 440, 480; means of achieving on parchment, 743; miniatures numbered, 225, 231, 524; miniatures on onlaid parchment, 337, 500; miniatures related to panel painting, 395, 410, 527, 541; miniatures related to prints, 425, 435, 500, 547; modern, 153, 484, 715, 734-35; nota bene hands as, 8, 585; nota bene marks as eyes, 377, 659; offset images on conjunct leaves, 371; paragraph marks as, 271, 345; pentimento of the artist, 464, 687; printed, 225-26, 247; recipes of colors for, 744; retouched, 123, 312, 394 (?), 419-21, 422 (?), 435 (?), 484, 490, 551; rubrics in alternating colors, 426, 774; traced borders, 369, 413, 426, 430, 433, 437, 443, 450, 460, 465, 473, 481, 503, 513, 517, 523, 525, 549; traced grotesques, 462, 480; traced miniature, 457; unfinished, 31, 32, 458, 459, 483, 549; See also Instructions to illuminator and Singletons
Decretals, commentary on, 759; rubrics of, 7
Dečani (Yugoslavia), 322
Defensor of Ligugé, Liber scintillarum, 710
Delft, St. Agnes, 430-32
Demagogue, definition of, 131
Demons, existence of, justified, 750
Deneze (Anjou), 509
Denkmalschutz, 627; See also Bundesdenkmalamt
Denyse, John, 121
Depford, 2
Derby, 62
Derome le Jeune. See Binders
Derrotero, 587
Descente de Saint Paul en enfer, 33-34
Desert Fathers, sayings of, 206
Deseuil. See Binders
Despenser, Hugh le, 211, 613
Destruction of Jerusalem, in English, 199
Devonshire, 122, 581, 588
Devotions, 237-39, 322-24, 454-58, 492, 584-85, 712-14, 736-39
Dewere, William, 594
Diagrams, 35, 242; apocalyptic, 141; astrological, 247, 717; for chess, 64; for protective charms, 132; genealogical, 605; nautical, 104; of Christ’s height, 418; of Christ’s tomb, 619; of Christ’s wound, 418; of earth and hell, 141; of eclipses, 131, 716; of Ptolemaic climates, 142; of Separation of the Apostles, 142; of the universe, 131, 142; of the zodiac, 143; of vices, 569; solar, 142; with rotating pointer, 247; See also Iconography Index for subject Dialogue between Lord and Clerk about Translation, 684
Dialogue, 576, 661, 662, 683-84, 684
Dieppe, 88-90
Dies aegyptiaci, 563; for being born, 269; for bloodletting, 134, 269; for childbirth, 134; for eating goose, 134; for new projects, 269; for taking medicine, 269
Diet, recommendations for, 132, 269, 563, 646, 647; in English, 739; verses on, 133, 217-18
Dinus de Rossionibus de Mugello, Apostillae in Digestum novum, 9-10
Dionysius Cato. See Cato
Dioscorides, cited, 136
Diseases, description of, 136
Distinctions, 665, 715, 766, 767-68; as lists, 669; in alphabetical order, 668; in schematic form, 711, 720, 726
Diurnal, Dominican use, 336; See also Breviary
Doctrine, resumé of, 188-89, 194, 219, 329, 399, 418, 510, 517, 579, 602-03, 756, 766; in English, 236; supported by Bible, 714
Dogale. See Ducale
Dome of urine, 133; See also Daniel, Henry
Domesday Book, cited, 730
Dominican author, 658-59
Don Phoebo’s Triumph, 252
Dordrecht, 458
Dosburch, Henricus de, 770
Dourado, Fernão Vaz, 99-100
Dowson, Richard, 740
Drama, 73-75, 77-80, 81
Drawings, 31, 154, 172, 215, 229, 259, 325, 698, 728; imitating woodcut, 147; See also Iconography Index for subject
Ducale, fragments, 24-28
Dudley, Edmund, Earl of Leicester, arms of, 211
Dudley, Henry, Earl of Leicester, arms of, 211
Dudley, John, Earl of Leicester, arms of, 211
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester, arms of, 211
Dudley, Thomas, Earl of Leicester, arms of, 211
Duffield, 62
Dumbeler, Johannes, 740
Dunkirk, 270
Durandellus, Evidenciae contra Durandum, 768-70
Durantis, Guillelmus, 370; gloss on Decretals, 620; Rationale divinorum officiorum, 655-56; Speculum iudiciale, 604-05
Duru. See Binders
Dusbere, 66
Dutch, book of hours, 430-31, 487-88; coats of arms, 458; devotions, 322-24, 323, 431, 454-56; Franciscan material, 328-29
Dymnok, 271
Eadmer, Liber de sancti Anselmi similitudinibus, 579
Earth and sky, distance between, 605
East Anglia, 564
Easter tables, 669
Eberhardsklausen, 766
Ebrardus, 746
Eclipses, 131, 716
Edinburgh, 654-55
Edmund de Passelewe, 594
Edward I, coronation and death notice, 3
Edward II, coronation and death notice, 3
Edward III, 63; coronation and death notice, 3; events during the reign of, 149
Edward IV, claim to throne of France, 685
Edward VI, homage to, 67
Edward Plantagenet, The Master of Game, 68
Edwards of Halifax, 208
Eggs, unbreakable, recipe for, 563
Eight Ghostly Dwelling Places, 248
Election treatise, monastic, 2
Elements, 131, 648
Elizabeth I, 9, 654
“Ellesmere Chaucer,” 7, 41-50
Ellesmere collection, history of. See Bridgewater Library
Elliott, Thomas. See Binders
Elsinus of Ramsey, 217
Elsynge, Henry, Modus tenendi Parliamenti apud Anglos, 288
Emendation, textual, 752-53
England, 3-4, 4-5, 7-8, 9, 11, 12-15, 15-17, 17-23, 23-24, 29-30, 30-33, 35-39, 39-41, 41-50, 53-55, 56-58, 59-61, 61-63, 63-64, 65, 67, 67-68, 68-69, 69-70, 73-77, 77-81, 81-82, 101-02, 110-16, 116-17, 120-22, 124-30, 130-38, 140-41, 143-44, 144-47, 147-148, 149-50, 150-52, 152-53, 153-54, 154-55, 155-56, 156-57, 158, 158-60, 161-63, 173-74, 174-75, 175-77, 177-78, 178-79, 180-81, 181-83, 183-84, 184-85, 185-90, 191-95, 195-97, 197-203, 203-04, 205-07, 207-08, 210-12, 212, 213, 215-16, 216-19, 228-29, 229-30, 230-32, 233-34, 234-37, 237-39, 239-40, 240-41, 241-43, 243-46 (?), 247-51, 259-61, 262-65, 265-71, 272-77, 277-78, 286-88, 337-39, 367-68, 493-94 (?), 562-64, 564-65, 565-69, 575-80, 580-82, 587-88, 594, 595, 595-97, 597-98, 598-602, 602-04, 604-05, 606-08, 608-18, 618-19, 638-39 (?), 640-42, 643-44, 645, 646-48, 648-49, 649-54, 656, 657-58, 658-60, 661-70, 670, 670-73, 673-74, 677-80, 682-83, 683-87, 688-89, 689-92, 693-96, 697-99, 699-700, 702-04, 704-05, 705-07, 708-09, 709-12, 714-15, 716-18, 719-20, 723, 723-24, 724-25, 725-26, 726-27, 727-28, 729-31, 735-36, 739-47, 773-75; kings of, 63, 228; number of churches, etc. in, 265, 729, 741; plague of 1348 in, 566
English, alchemical, 742, 745; bookplate in verse, 339 (?); computistic, 391; dedication in verse, 396; dietary treatise, 739; incantations, 391; indulgence, 493; legal, 67; litany in verse, 192, 193; literary verse, xiv, 61, 621-22; medical prose, 562-63; medical verse, 121, 132, 743; notes, 56; prayers, 57-58, 192, 467, 573; recipes, 595, 596, 743, 743-44; religious verse, 680; rubrics, 57-58, 389, 391, 571, 573; See also List of Manuscripts, pp.

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Engraving, 90, 247
Entragues, 504
Ephraem, biographical notes on, 340; De compunctione cordis, 340; sermons, 630-31
Epistola Alexandri Magni ad Aristotelem, 245
Epitaph, of Frederick II, 181; of Henry II, 181; of Virgil, 302
Epitome exactis regibus, 10
Epping (Essex), 117
Erasmus, Antibarb., 56; In Praise of Folly, 56; Lingua, 56; Spongia adversus aspergies Hutteni, 56
Erghome, John, 182
Erthe upon Erthe, 247-48
Essex, 2, 670
Eucharist, prayers before and after, 555-56; ritual of, 756; value of 741
Eucher of Lyons, De formulis spiritualis intelligentie, 578; extract from, 711
Eugenius IV, pope, 442
Europe, description of, 141; eastern, 770-71
Eusebian canon tables, 378
Eusebius, biographical note on, 383; extract from, 339-40; letter to Carpianus, in Greek, 378
Evangeliary, 316-17
Evil, existence of justified, 750
Épinal, 109
Excepciones generales ad brevia, 263
Exceptiones of the Bible, 710
Exchequer; 1; judgments in, 4; Norman, decisions of, 569-70
Exempla. See Tales
Exeter, priory of St. Nicholas, 2
Export, manuscripts made for, 392, 396, 429, 468, 554, 682
Expositio vocabulorum, 613, 640
Falaise, 569-70
Fane, Thomas, 6th Earl of Westmorland, letterbook, 252
Farnham (Surrey), 203
Fascicles. See Booklets
Fassoi, Marcheto, 90-91
Fasting, 667, 672, 765
Feasts, list of major, 613; moveable, tables to determine, 111, 130; See also Computus
Febus. See Phebus
Feminine forms in prayers, 160, 195, 226, 435, 440, 450, 459, 477, 481, 501, 541, 558, 561, 572, 573, 575, 627; See also Owner portrait in Iconography Index
Feminine forms suprascript, 314, 425
Ferdinand V, King of Castile and Aragon, 95
Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés, Gonzalo, Historia general y natural de las Indias, 214-15
Ferrar, 732
Festivities, Greek and Roman, 414
Fet asaver, 267, 287
Férriz, André Martínez, 370
Fifteen Joys of the Virgin, 409, 428, 432, 436, 451, 461, 466, 469, 472, 482, 549
Fifteen O’s. See Bridget, St., Fifteen O’s of
Fishacre, Richard, cited, 659
FitzRalph, Richard, Defensio curatorum, 684
Five Joys of the Virgin, 469; in English, 192
Five Sorrows of the Virgin, 556
Flanders, 283-85, 326-27, 389-93, 393-96, 426-29 (?), 437-40, 444-46, 448-49, 465-68, 474-76, 476-78, 490-92, 497-501, 504-06, 526-28, 550-52, 552-555, 571-75, 584-85, 628-29, 687-88, 712-14
Flemish, prayers, 584-85; psalms, 584-85
Florence, 295, 304, 377, 442, 638
Florilegium, 322-24, 661-70, 709-12
Fordenyche, 15
Forgery, 227-28, 734-35
Forman, Gilbert, 641, 642
Fortescue, Sir John, Declaracion…uppon certen wrytinges sent out of Scotland, 65; Governance of England, 65
Fortibus, Isabella de, 642
Fostaga (Brescia), 304
Fountains Abbey, 593
Fragments, Arnulf of Orleans, 733; biblical commentary, 383; binding scrap, 359, 521, 541, 752, 756; book of hours, modern, 528-29, 541-42; book of hours, 413-14, 493-94, 729; broadside, 194, 207; cartulary, 723; French prose, 593; hagiographical, 596; Hebrew, 768; homilary, 683; John of Salisbury, 163; legal, 9-10, 24-28, 304, 359, 552 (removed), 595, 725, 760, 764; Legenda aurea, 149-50; literary, 161, 195-97; liturgical, 28-29, 117, 119, 149, 152, 202, 271, 289, 313 (?), 318, 325, 563, 586, 648, 696-97, 701, 709, 723, 758; mercantile, 304; Peter Comestor, 638-39; theological, 213, 753 (?); unfinished, 117; unidentified, 93, 157; year book, 594
France, 10 (?), 33-35, 51-52, 66, 88-90, 91, 94, 103, 104-05, 105-06, (?), 106-08, 108-09, 119-20, 122-23, 139-40, 252-53, 258-59, 279-83, 325-26, 331-32, 339-41, 345-48, 348-51, 351-55, 355-59, 359-63, 368-70, 370-71 (?), 396-403, 407-08, 409-11, 412-14, 417-21, 422-24, 424-26, 426-29 (?), 429-30, 432-34, 434-35, 435-37, 442-44, 449-51, 451-52, 452-54, 458-60, 460-62, 462-65, 468-70, 470-71, 472-74, 478-82, 482-84, 484-85, 485-86, 489-90, 494 (?), 494-95, 496-97, 501-04, 506-07, 508-09, 510-12, 512-13, 514-16, 516-17, 517-21, 521-23, 523-26, 542-44; 544-48, 548-50, 558-59, 560-61, 569-71, 585-86, 589-90, 590-94, 620-23, 637, 638-39 (?), 642-43, 656, 675-76, 680-82, 718-19, 720-21, 723, 728-29, 733-34, 752-53; government of, 252-53; Protestant towns in, 253; provinces of, 253
Francis I, King of France, 415
Franciscan rule for Poor Clares, 328-29
Franciscus de Mayronis, sermons, 672
Frankfurt, 738
Frater I., 242
Frederick II, epitaph of, 181
Freire, João, 94-95
French, book of hours, 434; calendar, 51, 407, 409, 414-15, 422, 429, 432, 435, 442, 444, 449, 451, 458, 460, 462, 468, 471, 476, 478, 482, 484, 485, 489, 494, 496, 501, 506, 508, 510, 514, 517, 521, 523, 550, 560, 589; computistic, 258-59, 401; devotional verse, 30, 331, 407; document, no longer present, 552; erased text, 558; fragment, 593; herbal, 646; legal, 1-2, 53-54, 59-60, 61-62, 262-65, 265-71, 272-76, 286-87, 581, 608-17, 640-41, 670, 702-03, 730; letter in, 299; medical, 131, 133, 135, 137, 138; medical verse, 711; note, 66, 423; prayers, 331, 396, 397, 409, 428, 429, 432, 443, 451-52, 453, 459, 461, 463, 469, 472, 474, 482, 486, 506, 508, 510, 516, 517-20, 522, 524, 560, 718; resumé of doctrine, 399, 453, 510, 517; rubrics, 30, 51, 396-401, 407, 409, 422-23, 428, 432, 452, 453, 463, 469, 472, 476, 478, 482, 494, 502-03, 510-11, 517-20, 522, 523-24, 548-49, 550, 718; tale, 577, 580-81; verse from chanson de geste, 125-26; verse on ages of man, 517; verse on chess, 64; verse on mortality, 399, 400; See also List of Manuscripts, pp.

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Fretay, 509
Friedländer, R. & Sohn. See Binders
Furtho (Northamptonshire), 62
Galen, cited, 136; signs of death, 131; treatise on bloodletting, 134; treatise on diet, 134
Ps. Galen (Bartholomeus de Ferraria), Regimen sanitatis, 132
Gallicano (Lucca), 308
Garsias Hispanus, Iohannes, gloss on Cupientes, 621; gloss on Decretals, 621
Gascoigne, Thomas, 706
Gast of Gy, in Latin, 678
Gautier de Metz, L’image du monde, 33
Gavardo (Brescia), 304
Geber (?), 743
Gellius, Noctes atticae, extract from, 303
Genealogy, Adam to David, 142; Adam to Jesus, 142; David to Jesus, 142; Norman, 657; of Bengough family, 702; of Christ, 666; of Edward IV, 685; of Sir Hugh Halsham, 690; of the 3 Maries, 670; of the kings of England, 228; of the Old Testament, 704; of the Virgin, in English, 198
Genoa, 88, 757
Gentiluzi, Ser Amanzio de’, 377
Gentiluzi, Ser Francesco de’, 377
Geoffrey de Hertilpole, 594
Geoffrey of Monmouth, Historia regum Britanniae, 63; extract from, 577, 618
Geoffroi de Paris, 34
Geography, 141-43; toponomy in, 585-86
Geometrical, projections, 140; propositions, 747
Gerald de Insula, 703
Gerard of Cremona, 139
Gerardus Magnus. See Grote, Geert
German, calendar verses, 625; devotions, 219-25; prayers, 335, 529-41, 626; ritual, 328; text, 380
Germany, 219-26, 257-58, 288, 316-17, 317-18, 318, 327-28, 335-36, 336-37, 380, 403, 529-41, 583-84, 625-27, 635-36, 701, 736-39, 748-51, 751-52, 755-56, 758-59, 759-61, 761-63, 764, 764-67, 767-68, 772-73
Gerson, Jean, attributed to, 737
Gesta romanorum, 566
Geuenstey, Iohannes, 762, 763
Ghent, 327, 440, 475
Ghisolfi, Francesco (?), 87-88
Gilbert de Toutheby, 594
Gilbert of Roubury, 594
Gildas, extract from, 618
Giles de Brewes, 594
Gilt, recipe for making, 744; recipe to use on metal, 742
Glass, recipe for decorating windows of, 743; recipe to cut it with a feather, 745
Glere, Roger, 267
Gloss, 600; interlinear, 118; marginal, 118
Glossary, English and French, 640; English and Latin, 562, 613, 647, 742; Hebrew alphabet and Latin, 652; of herbs in Latin, English, French, 137-38; of herbs in Latin, 732
Gloucestershire, 157
Glue, recipe for, 562, 743, 745
Goa (?), 99-100
God almyghtfull save al Rightffull, 261
Gode that all this worlde wroughte, 134
Godfrey of Viterbo, Pantheon de universo veteri et novo testamento, extract from, 759
Gog, 142
Gold, recipe for decorating on parchment with, 743; recipe for laying it on cups, 743; recipe for size for, 744; recipe for writing with, 742
Golden Fleece, order of, 285, 526
Golden Numbers for agriculture (?), 401
Gonzaga, Ferrante, 252
Goodwynn, T. P., 41
Gospel of Nicodemus, in English, 198
Gower, John, Carmen super multiplici viciorum pestilencia, 208-09; Confessio amantis, 39-40; O Deus inmense, 209; Tractatus de lucis scrutineo, 209; Vox Clamantis, 208
Gradual, 66, 700-01; fragment, 271, 696-97
Grammar, 56, 757-58; examples of Latin cases, 706; on defective verbs, 710
Grand Coutumier, 569-70, 642
Grants, papal, 2
Gratia dei ointment, 121, 136
Gravelotte, battle of, 739
Greece, description of, 141
Greek, chronicle, 378; devotions to the Virgin, 321-22; gospels, 377-79; letter of Eusebius, 378; letters as monogram, 674; place names, 405; verse in honor of Matthew, 378
Gregory, pope, attributed to, 737; cited, 756; extract from, 243, 322-23, 663, 666, 667, 668, 669, 710; Flores psalmorum, 463; indulgences conceded by, 412, 454-55, 502, 535, 555; mass by, 315; prayers attributed to, 418, 425, 444, 447, 476, 479, 491, 505, 506, 515, 519, 549, 556, 574; sermon of, 665; trental of, see Trental of St. Gregory Gregory I, pope, Dialogues, extract from, 577; Moralia in Job, compendium of, 600; Moralia in Job, reference to, 653
Gregory III, pope, prayer attributed to, 524
Gregory IX, pope, Decretals, fragment of, 725; Decretals, rubrics of, 7; Decretals, 620
Gregory X, pope, Decretals, 620; verses on, 702
Grey, Walter, decree of, 613
Grosseteste, Robert, cited, 659; indexing symbols of, 653; translation of Suidas, excerpt, 217; translation of Transcripta testamentorum xii patriarcharum, 576
Grote, Geert, book of hours, 430-31, 487; letter to a priest, 760; penitential psalms and litany, 455; sermon extracts, 760; short hours of the Holy Cross, 454
Gruel. See Binders
Guadix, 255
Guarinus Veronensis, 291-92; commentary on Juvenal, 109
Guido de Corvo, 678
Guilds, English, 76, 77-80; records of, 740
Guillaume Alexis, 434
Guillaume de Lorris, Roman de la Rose, 258
Guillelmus de Parisiis. See Herolt, Iohannes
Guillelmus Durantis. See Durantis, Guillelmus
Guillelmus medicus provincialis. See William le Mire
Guillelmus Peraldus. See Peraldus, Guillelmus
Guise, Château de, 109
“Gundulf Bible,” 123-30
Gwendrun, 40
Gynecology, 136
Hackingtone, 15
Haddon (Derbys.), 32
Hagawer (?), Erasmus, 756
Hagiography, 116, 164-72, 185-86, 188, 310, 590-94, 658-59, 673, 708, 749, 751; fragment, 596
Halberstadt, 636
Hale, George Ellery, xxv
Hallmote, 3
Halsham, Sir Hugh, 690
Hampshire, 2
Hanna, Ralph, III, xxvii-xxviii
Hannibaldis, Hannibaldus de, Super libros I-IV Sententiarum, 767
Hapgood, George, xx
Harlaston (Staffs.), 32
Harris, John, 138
Haselden, Capt. Reginald Berti, xxvi
Haute-Loire, 348
Hawkedon (Suffolk), 50
Hawkeherst, 3
Hawsted (Suffolk), 49, 50
Headless man, recipe for semblance of, 563
Hebrew, alphabet, 652; inscriptions, 660; manuscript fragment, 768; numerical symbolism of letters, 288; prayer roll, xiii
Hedingham, Castle, 49, 50
Heighleigh, Castle, 53
Heilbronn, 317
Hell, descent of St. Paul into, 33-34
Hemyng, Thomas, 740
Hengham Magna, 267-68
Hengham Parva, 60, 268, 287
Hengham, Radulphus de, 60, 267-68, 287
“Hengwrt Chaucer,” 46
Henricus de Rostoun, 270
Henry I, letter to, 577
Henry II, epitaph of, 181
Henry IV, 685; arms of, 211
Henry IV, King of France, 253
Henry V, 685
Henry VI, 685
Henry VII, 138
Henry VIII, letter patent of, 37
Henry le Spigurnel, 594
Henry of Gorichem, 770
Henry of Huntingdon, Historia anglorum, extract from, 577
Henry of Kirkestede, 699, 725
Henry of Saltrey, St. Patrick’s Purgatory, 760
Herbal, 120, 137, 646-48, 732; notes from, 702; on betony alone, 739
Hereford, Earl of, 121, 136
Herig, Charles. See Binders
Herle, William, 594
Hermericus, 581
Herolt, Iohannes, Postilla Discipuli super epistolas dominicales et de sanctis, 772-73; Sermones Discipuli super evangelia dominicalia, 772-73
Herrings, toll on, 267
“Heures de la Rose,” 421
Hey noyney I wyll loue our ser Iohn & I loue eny, 61
Hic iacet in tumba princeps generosa columba, 303
Hichecoke, 217 (?)
Higden, Ranulf, Polychronicon, extract from, 198-99, 201, 618, 735; Polychronicon, 175-76, 684-85
Hilary, cited, 498; extract from, 243
Hilary, St., psalter of. See Psalter of St. Hilary
Hildebert of Le Mans, 710
Hilton, Walter, Eight Chapters, 148; Scale of Perfection, 147, 229-30
Hippocrates, cited, 136; treatise on 4 humors, 133
Hippolytus of Thebes, chronicle similar to that of, 378
Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri, 187-88, 298, 690
Hit is ful harde to knowe ony estate, 200
Hoccleve, Thomas, As þat I walkid in the monthe of May, 146; Compleynte of the Virgin before the Cross, 144; Cupido vn to whos commandement, 249; Fadir in god benigne and reuerent, 145; Go litil pamfilet and streight thee dresse, 145; Hoccleve I wole it to thee knowen be, 249; Modir of god and virgyne vndeffouled, 145; Modir of lyf o cause of al our welthe, 145; Now holy goost of the hy deitee, 249; O blessid chyld Ihesu what haast thow do, 249; O litil book who yaf thee hardynesse, 146; O precious tresor inconparable, 144; Of my lady wel me reioise I may, 250; Regiment of Princes, envoy only, 146; Regiment of Princes, 37, 180; See heer my maister Carpenter I yow preye, 146; Somer þat rypest mannes sustenance, 145; Syn alle men naturelly desyre, 250; Syn thow modir of grace haast euere in mynde, 249; The kyng of kynges regnyng ouer al, 144; The laddre of heuene I meene charitee, 144; The Sonne with his bemes of brightnesse, 145; To thee we make oure inuocacioun, 248; To yow welle of honur and worthynesse, 145; Un to the rial egles excellence, 145; Victorious cristen Prince our lord souereyn, 249; Victorious kyng our lord ful gracious, 146; Wel may I pleyne on yow lady moneye, 249; Where as þat this land wont was for to be, 145; Who so desirith to gete and conquere, 249; Worsshipful maiden to the world Marie, 249; Worsshipful sire and our freend special, 146; Yee lordes eek shynynge in noble fame, 145
Hofgeismar, 766
Hogarde, Miles, A New Treatyse, 173; Mirroure of Myserie, 154
Holcot, Robert, Questiones super quattuor libros sententiarum Petri Lombardi, 670-71
Holy Boke Gratia Dei, 205
Holy Lands, bishops in, 568; capture of, 577; description of, 141, 587; itinerary to, 37, 199
Holy Water service, 314, 338, 372
Homage, oath of, 67
Homilies, 721-22, 748; fragment, 683
Honduras, 624
Honorificatibilitudinitatibus, 565
Honorius III, pope, bulls of, 708
Honorius of Autun, De imagine mundi, extract from, 575; Elucidarium, 576
Hoo (Essex), 1
Horace, extract on Sappho, 305; mentioned in book list, 56
Horsham, 181
Hortulanus, condensed by Johannes Dumbeler (?), 740
Hory, Gonbal de, 370
Hours against sin, long, 737
Hours for the days of the week, 319, 417, 421
Hours of All Saints, short, 417
Hours of Catherine of Alexandria, short, 417, 737
Hours of Dominic, long, 737
Hours of Eternal Wisdom, 431, 487, 737
Hours of Mary Magdalene, long, 737
Hours of the Compassion, 544
Hours of the Conception, short, 340, 424, 444, 498, 518, 718
Hours of the Cross, short, 30
Hours of the Dead, short, 417, 718
Hours of the Eucharist, short, 417
Hours of the Holy Name of Jesus, 545
Hours of the Holy Spirit, long, 444, 545
Hours of the Passion, long, 30, 441, 542, 544
Hours of the Passion, metrical, 737
Hours of the Trinity, long, 542
Hours of the Trinity, short, 417
Hours of the Virgin, short, 417
Hours of the Virgin, Dominican use, 30, 335, 626
Hours, See also Chart for Books of Hours on pp. 869-79
How schal a mann in pes abide, 217
How the Good Wife Taught her Daughter, 162
Howard, William, 594
Hugh (?), cited, 765
Hugh of Fouilloy, De avibus, 244; De claustro anime, 243, 578; De medicina anime, 243; De nuptiis, 243-44
Hugh of St. Cher, Speculum ecclesie, extract from, 297-98
Hugh of St. Victor, attributed to, 578; De institutione novitiorum, 577-78; De tribus vocibus mundi, 155-56 (?); extract from, 706; homilies on Ecclesiastes, 721-22
Hungary ancient, arms of, 300 (?)
Husse, A., 609
Hvar, 24
Hymnal, 421-22
I., Frater, 242
I haue hard many men make their mone, 262
I must go walke pe woed so wyld, 61
Ifield, 181
Ihesu swete now wyll I syng, 58
Ihesu that all this worlde hast wroghte, 193
Ihesu þat hast me dere bought, 193
In 4 partes of euery man, 136
Incantations, against epilepsy, 135, 562 (?); against thieves, 121; against worms, 131; for childbirth, 121, 135; invoking the Five Wounds, 137; of “Saynte Susan” to the Five Wounds, 136; prohibition of, 121; to protect sheep, 136; to staunch blood, 121, 132, 135, 391; See also Charms
Index of Statutes, Accusacions to Wurstede, 17, 730; Counterple de voucher to Xpien (Christien) court, 272
Index, alphabetical of subject, 1 2, 16, 52, 176, 367, 655, 671, 684, 761, 762, 765, 771; preparation for, 122; of psalms, alphabetical, 255; of psalms, non-alphabetical, 312
India, description of, 141
Indices, of fault in infertility, 137, 743; of life or death, 121, 131, 133, 136, 562, 563, 595; of pregnancy, 133; of sex of fetus, 121, 133; of virginity, 137
Indictions, tables of, 130
Indulgences, 30, 188, 191, 333, 390, 412, 418, 427, 431, 438, 441, 444, 445, 447, 454-55, 455-56, 463, 466, 476, 502, 524, 535, 536, 538, 549, 555, 556, 560, 567, 737
Influence, continental, 241, 494, 660, 719, 728; English, 468; French, 585 (?), 729
Inglis, Esther, Discours de la foy, 654-55
Inglis, Nicholas, 654
Ink, recipes for, 562, 745; recipes to color it, 744; secret, 563
Inner Temple, 62, 63
Innocent, pope, indulgence conceded by, 418, 560; prayer attributed to, 434
Innocent II, pope, extract from, 668
Innocent III, pope, De miseria humane conditionis, 340, 599-600, 711; indulgence conceded by, 555; mass by, 341
Innocent V, pope, indulgence conceded by, 418
Innocent VI, pope, indulgence conceded by, 438
Instructions to illuminator, 358, 371, 387, 591, 618, 622 (?); as sketches, 591
Inventory, household, 250; humanistic, copied in present book, 56; medieval, present book in, 50, 129, 190, 371
Iob in a donghill laye, 121
Iohannes de <Firmiano? or Feritate?>, Quaestio disputata de consuetudine, 9
Iohannes Garsias Hispanus. See Garsias Hispanus, Iohannes
Ipswich, 82
Ireland, 164-73, 760
Iron rust, preparation of, 596
Isaac Judaeus, as source, 242; cited, 136
Isabella I, Queen of Castile, 95
Isfield (Sussex), 184
Isidore of Seville, as authority, 637; attributed to, 661; cited, 488; Collectum, 661; Concilia Hispaniae, extract from, 296; Consilia, in English extract, 247; Etymologies, 367-68; extract from, 243, 296, 663, 667, 668
Ps. Isidore, De proprietate sermonum, 55
Italian, index of psalms, 312; note, 72; printed fragment of poem, 729; rubrics, 446-47; texts, 251-52, 256-57, 561-62; verse, 731
Italy, 9, 24-29, 70-73, 82-83, 84, 85-86, 87-88, 90-91, 92-93, 103, 109-10, 118-19, 251-52, 252, 256-57, 288-90, 290, 291, 291-92, 292-93, 293-94, 294-95, 295-96, 299-301, 301-04, 304-05, 305-07, 307-08, 308-11, 312-13, 313-16, 318-21, 332-35, 342-45, 373-77, 381-83, 384-89, 404-05, 406, 414-16, 421-22, 441-42, 446-47, 492-93, 561, 561-62, 582-83, 586, 627-28, 630-32, 632-35, 638, 655-56 (?), 700-01, 729, 731-32, 732-33, 734-35, 753-54, 754-55, 757, 757-58
Itinerary to the Holy Lands, 37, 199 Iubilus cum iubilo, attributed to Bernard, 545
Jacobi, Johannes, De pestilentia, 132, 568
Jacobus de Cessolis, De ludo scaccorum, 304; in French, 34
Jacobus de Voragine, Legenda aurea, 590-94; fragment, 149-50; Lenten sermons, 677-80
Jacobus Magnus, Booke of Good Conditions, 719-20
Jacopone da Todi, 71 (?)
Jacques de Pavie. See James of Pavia
Jacques Legrand. See Jacobus Magnus
James of Pavia, master in canon law, 400
James the Deacon, 674
Jean de Fontaines of Savoy, vision revealed to, 519-20
Jean de Meun, Roman de la Rose, 258; Testament, 33
Jean de Vignay, 34
Jean Quentin, Examen de conscience, 517
Jehan de Wavrin, Chroniques d’Engleterre, 687-88
Jerome, attributed to, 578; cited, 741; extract from, 243, 301, 311, 340, 341, 578, 662, 663, 666, 667, 668, 748
Jerome, Psalter of. See Psalter of St. Jerome
Jerusalem, 568; arms of (?), 300; destruction of, in English, 199
Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, Historia Arabum, 297; Historia Gothica, 297; Historia Hunnorum, 297; Historia Ostrogothorum et Visigothorum, 297; Historia Romanorum, 297
Job, life of, in English, 187
Johannes de Rupescissa, extract from, 740
Johannes de Sacrobosco, De sphera, extract from, 716
Johannes Hispanus, Flos decretorum, 7
Johannes Jacobi. See Jacobi, Johannes Johannes Lemovicensis, 390, 393, 427, 466, 478, 681
Johannes Londoniensis monachus, attributed to, 692
Johannes Paulinus, De corio serpentis, 137
Johannes von Indersdorf, Passion cycle, 220-22
John, pope, indulgence conceded by, 444, 445, 538
John III, pope, indulgence conceded by, 502
John IV, pope, indulgence conceded by, 737; prayer attributed to, 445
John XII, pope, indulgence conceded by, 476-77, 555
John XX, pope, indulgence conceded by, 438, 441
John XXII, pope, 30, 72; indulgence conceded by, 72, 555
John XXIII, antipope, deposition of, 581
John, King of England, 723
John de Arderne, vision of, 702
John de Bradenstoke, 594
John de Coverelle, 594
John de Esthorp, 270
John de F., 265
John de Haverington, 594
John de Ingham, 594
John de Stonore, 594
John de Thornton, 594
John de Wescote, 594
John of Bridlington, 182
John of Cambridge, 264, 594
John of Cornwall, cited, 661
John of Garland, Compotus manualis, 717
John of Gaunt, 672
John of Hildesheim, Historia trium regum, in English, 151
John of Mettingham, 594
John of Redenhall, 264
John of Salisbury, fragment, 163
John of Wales, Breviloquium, 577
John the Evangelist, Mass of the Wounds of Christ, 72; prayer attributed to, 519
John the Hermit, epistle in English, 206
Johnson, Laurence, 233, 234
Joly. See Binders
Jordanus of Quedlinburg, Meditationes de passione Christi, 771
Jordanus von Osnabrück, De prerogativa romani imperii, 567-68
Joseph and Asenath, 37
Joseph of Aramathye, 198
Joys of the Virgin, narrative on, 750; See also Five Joys, Seven Joys, Nine Joys, Fifteen Joys
Jozes (?), 509
Judas Scariot, life of, in English, 199
Judicium essoniorum, 60, 287
Julianus Pomerius, De vita contemplativa, 603
Julius Capitolinus, Vita divi Antonini Pii, 755
Justinian, Institutions, Rationes diversitatum of, 10; Institutions, chapter list of, 10
Juvenal, Satires, 55, 109
Kalthoeber, Christian. See Binders
Kalwater, 271
Kemble-Devonshire Collection of English Plays, xviii, 81, 82, 234
Kent, 2, 15; eyre of, 4
Kerkyra, 26, 27
Ketthering, 233
“King-Hamy Portolan Chart”, 103
Kings and emperors, lists of, 568
King’s Bench, judgments in, 4
Kingston upon Hull, 615
Knights, number of, in England, 265
Koehler. See Binders
Koran, xiii
La Grange d’Arquien, François de, 253
Lactantius, extract from, 311
Lacy, Henry, Earl of Lincoln, arms of, 211
Ladbroke, 117
Lambe, James, Muster roll of the garrisons of the Cinque Ports, 252
Lambert of Threekingham, 264
Lande, J. de, 609
Landes, Marie des, 369
Landolfus, cited, 756
Langland, William, Piers Plowman, fragment, 161; Piers Plowman, 150, 162, 183, 196
Langres, 515
Langton, Stephen, cited, 664; sermon, 665
Lapidarius, cited, 136
Latin, extract from Valerius Maximus, 56; medical, 133, 137; prayers, 712-13, 718, 760; proverbs, 15, 54, 70, 240, 250, 270, 292, 600, 653, 683, 727, 730; verse, about Rome, 567; alchemical, 740; anticlerical, 210, 702; apocalyptic, 662; as colophon, 246; biblical, 12, 125, 328, 599, 649, 652, 664, 714, 715; biographical, 705-06; calendar, 30, 130, 338, 389, 396, 426, 465, 517, 552, 571, 606, 613, 680; chiastic, 345; didactic, 600; English chronology, 181; epitaphs, 181, 303 (?); genealogical, 670; herbal, 702; historical, 576, 619, 677, 685, 715; laudatory of Claude d’Urfé, 414; laudatory of Pius II, 303; legal, 10, 262, 605; literary, 56, 64, 302-03, 703; medical, 133; mnemonic, 649, 714, 729; monastic, 70, 71; moral, 328, 661, 677-78, 738; on animal voices, 710; on Christ’s Passion, 759; on chronology, 269; on nature, 739; on old age, 710; on signs of death, 131; on the seasons, 739; on the Sentences, 769; patriotic, 276, 657; prayer formulas, 756; prophetical, 208, 216-17, 702; See also List of Manuscripts, pp.

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Latitude, rule to raise or lay 1 degree, 104
Laugingen, 246
Laurent de Premierfait, 279-83, 283-84
Law, canon, 7-8, 11, 52, 620-23, 759; questions, 156; civil, xiv, 9, 17-23, 52, 609, 657; fragment, 304, 359, 764; index of, 52; Norman, 569-70, 642-43; notes on points of, 670; terminology, English and French, 640; English and Latin, 613; French, 730; See also Statutes
Laxatives, 134, 647
Le Conquet, 105
Leather, recipe for, 745
Leatherworkers, toll on, 267
Leaves, contemporary counting of, 300; See also Quires
Lebach (Saarland), 554
Lectionary, 378, 382, 627-28, 649-50, 654, 714-15
Legge, Thomas, Richardus Tertius, xiv
Leghorn. See Livorno
Legnago, 27
Legrand, Jacques. See Jacobus Magnus
Leicester, Earls of. See Dudley
Leighton, J. See Binders
Lens, 526
Lent, sermons for, 677-79, 770-71
Leo, pope, cited, 666; names of Christ sent to Charles, King of France, 399; prayer sent to Charles, King of France, 397
Leo X, pope, indulgence conceded by, 318-19
Leonicus, Dialogi, 56
Lepanto, battle of, 27
Lesina. See Hvar
Letter, draft of, 623; in English, 238
Lewis, Charles. See Binders
Lewsham, 2
Libelle of Englyshe Polycye, 187
Liber alphabeti super cantu plano, 70
Liber de passione Christi, 623
Liber graduum, 732
Liber patris sapientie (?), 745
Liber provincialis, 568
Liber Sextus, chapter list only, 621
Liber triginta verborum, 743
Liber viaticus, 647
Lichfield, William, Complaint of God to Sinful Man, 197
Liège, 246, 748
Life of Job, 187
Life of Judas Scariot, in English, 199
Life of Pilate, in English, 198
Life of St. Ursula, in English, 188
Lille, 477
Lime, recipe for catching birds, 745
Lincoln, Earl of. See Lacy
Lincoln’s Inn, 595, 731
Litany, in English, 192, 193, 236; of the Virgin, 194, 537
Little Baddow (Essex), 250
Little Book of Purgatory, 173
Littlebury, Martin de, 609
Littlebury, N. de, 609
Littlebury, S. de, 609
Littleton, Sir Thomas, Tenures, 62
Liturgy, Cistercian use, 371-72; directions, 278; Dominican use, 325-26, 335, 336; fragment, 202, 313 (?), 325; modern modification of, 254; Sarum use, 389-91, 393-94, 426-28, 465-67, 571-75, 580-82, 597-98, 649, 654, 680-82, 693-95; undetermined use, 523-24, 550-52, 558-59; use of Amiens, 429, 510-11; use of Autun, 368; use of Besançon, 449-50 (?), 458-59; use of Chartres, 478-80; use of Châlons-sur-Marne, 560-61; use of Langres, 514-15; use of Paris, 407, 409, 432, 434, 435-36, 442-43, 451-52 (?), 460-61, 472, 482, 485-86, 489 (?), 494, 501-03, 512; use of Rome, 313-15, 318-20 (?), 396-401, 406, 412, 414-15, 417-18, 422-23, 424-25, 441, 444-45, 446-47, 448, 452-53, 462-64, 474, 476-77, 490-91, 496, 497-99, 504-05, 506, 516, 517-20, 526-28, 548-49; use of Rouen, 468-69, 508, 589-90; use of Sens, 484 (?); use of St. Quentin, 521-22; use of the congregation of Windesheim, 430-31, 437-39, 487-88; use of Troyes, 470-71; use of York, 337-39
Livorno, 97
Livy, biographical note on, 301
Llandaff, 29
Llanelidan, parish church of, 10
Llanfihangel, parish church of, 10
Lloyd, Wallis and Lloyd. See Binders
Lollards, material against, 208-09, 673
Lombardy, 28-29
London, 15, 23, 49, 287, 660; All Hallows, 197; archdeaconry, statutes of, 277; Cheapside, 121; Clifford’s Inn, 731; Gray’s Inn, 204; Great Conduit, 121; Holy Trinity, 148; Inner Temple, 62, 63; Lincoln’s Inn, 595, 731; Middle Temple, 288; number of chapels, monasteries, etc. in, 741; Southwark, 2; St. Giles without Cripplegate, 190; St. Mary-le-Bow, 277; St. Paul’s, 605, 704, 705
Longley, 265
Loredan, Leonardo, 228
Lortic. See Binders
Louis IX, King of France, ordinance on tithes, 569-70
Love, Nicholas, Mirrour of the Blessed Luf of Jesu Christ, 207-08, 564-65
Low Countries. See Netherlands
Lübeck, 141-43 (?), 768
Lucan, epitaph of, 294; Pharsalia, 294-95; fragmentary commentary on, 733
Lucca, 119, 308, 311, 586, 735
Lucius, pope, verses on, 702
Lydeham, 3
Lydgate, John, A Dietary, 217-18; A Prayer for King, Queen and People, 35; A Prayer upon the Cross, 186; A resoun de Fallacia mundi, 37; A resoun of the Rammeshorne, 36; A sotel resoun of the Crabbe, 36; Calendar, 191; Court of Sapience, 201; Daunce of Machabree, 36; Fall of Princes, 230-32; Halsham’s Ballad, 201; Life of our Lady, 152, 197-98, 199; Life of St. Alban and St. Amphiball, 185-86; Midsomer Rose, 186; Pageant of Knowledge, 35, 201; Pater noster, 192; Prayer to the Virgin, 192-93; Song of Vertu, 187; Testamentum, 187; The Churl and the Bird, 200; The Horse, Sheep and Goose, 200; Tyed with a Lyne, 35-36, 201
Lyfe of Soule, 238
Lyons, 586; second Council of, 620
Lythe (Yorkshire), 605
Macao (?), 97-98
Macarius, epistle, 206
Macaronic verse, 40, 204
Macdonald. See Binders
Macer, Aemilius, cited, 136
Madden, Sir Frederic, 468, 485
Madrid, 624
Maggiolo, Vesconte, 233
Magna Carta, in draft form, 640 (?); See also Cartulary and Statutes
Magnus Catho, 200
Maidstone, Richard, Penitential psalms, 193
Majorca, 91-92 (?), 100-01 (?)
Malaspina, Saba, Rerum sicularum historia, extract from, 298
Malines, 554
Malleb’ge, A., 609
Maltby. See Binders
Malvern Wells, 197
Mandeville, Sir John, Travels, 150
Mankesy, 3
Manner of making bishops, xiv
Mansfield, L., Odes Blenheminae, 252
Manual, Sarum, 693-96
Map, Walter, De contentione anime et corporis, 70; Dissuasio Valerii ad Ruffinum philosophum, 689-90 (?)
Map, apocalyptic, 141; of British Isles, 211; of the world, 35, 176; in an inventory, 250; printed, 404; T-O, 131, 141, 229, 299, 619; of Thessaly, 734
March, Edmund, Earl of, arms of, 211
March, Roger, Earl of, arms of, 211
Mariale, 658-60
Market liberties, 1
Marleburgh, Thomas, 249
Marseilles, 91, 92, 588-89
Martial, Epigrammata, extract from, 302
Martin of Troppau, Chronicon, 298; Margarita decreti, 751-52; Tabula martiniana, 7-8
Martines, Joan, 92-93
Martinus Oppaviensis. See Martin of Troppau
Martinus Polonus. See Martin of Troppau
Martyrology, 29, 317-18
Mary moder well thou be, 192
Mary, queen as princess, 190; queen of England, 154-55
Mass, against the plague, 72; celebration under difficult circumstances, 756; list of introits for, 110; list of readings for, 110, 178; of St. Lawrence, 406; of the Dead, 406; of the Virgin, 424, 438, 446, 448, 490, 499, 523, 526, 550; ordo of, 110, 111; value of, 71; votive, 72, 111; See also Missal
Massaio, Pietro del, 405
Matheus da Gaio, 227-28
Matheus de Chiara, 227
Matrimony, restrictions on, 756
Matthew Paris, Flores historiarum, 690; life of the two Offas, 657
Maximus, extract from, 341; sermon, 666
Mayronis, Franciscus de. See Franciscus de Mayronis
Measurements of land, definitions of, 729
Mechelen, 554
Medicine, 130-38, 141-43, 568, 595-96, 646-48, 647, 739-47
Meditation on the Passion, 193
Meditations, arranged for the liturgical year, 322-23; on the Psalms, 584-85
Melancthon, Philip, geometrical propositions, 747
Menology, 378
Mensulae Planetarum, 288
Merchant’s mark, 174, 251
Mercier. See Binders
Merioneth, 623
Merlin, 577
Messahala, De operatione vel utilitate astrolabii, 716-17; Epistola de eclypsis et coniunctionibus, 142
Messina, 92, 93
Mesue, Johannes, the Younger, Grabadin medicinarum, 732-33; Liber de simplicibus medicinis, 732
Metal, recipe to write on with colored letters, 745
Ps. Methodius, The Beginning of the World and the End of Worlds, 684
Metrics, treatise on, 16
Metrophanes. See Binders
Mexico City, map of, 98
Micchaele, notary, 289
Michael de Meaux, Compilacio super psalterium, 599
Michael Scot, 299-300
Michael, St., Order of, 521
Michel, Marius. See Binders
Michem, 181
Middleton, Bernard. See Binders
Milan, 295, 389, 757; report on, 252
Minden, bishop of, 748
Mirror of the Periods of Man’s Life, 180
Misogonus, 233-34
Misogynist materials, 689
Missal, 313-16; and bible, 649-54; Cistercian use, 371-73; fragment, 119, 149, 289, 563 (?), 709; Sarum use, 606-08; use of Therouanne, 111; use of York, 337-39
Mnemonic verse, biblical, 649, 652; on return days, 729; on the Sentences, 769
Modred, rebellion of, 691
Modus componendi brevia, 60, 268
Modus coronationis, 67
Modus dicendi exceptiones, 263
Modus tenendi parliamenti, 67
Monastic materials, 663, 665
Moncada, Guillen Remon de, 370
Montacute, William of, crest of, 211
Montecalvo (Versiggia?), 757
Montfort, Simon of, 211, 609
Montgomerie, Alexander, Flyting with Polwait, xiv
Montgomery, Jacques de, 253
Montpellier, 623
Montrevel, 460
Montyon, 509
Moot cases, 265
Morienus, extract from, 741, 745
Mortimer, Roger, 63; arms of, 211
Motets, 598-99
Mottoes. See Persons and Institutions Index
Moye(s?), Peter de, 742
Munday, Anthony, John a Kent and John a Cumber, xiv
Muratori, Ludovico, 257
Murderers, reconciliation of, 328
Muses, list of, 56
Music, binding scrap, 521; diastematic notation, 152; ecphonetic notation, 379; notation with red and black notes, 316; notation with red and blue notes, 316; polyphonic, 598-99; score notation, 598-99; short theoretical passage, 714; singers required for service, 613; treatise on, 70; with 3-line staves, 586, 627; with 5-line staves, 598-99; with colored lines in, 586; with indication of clefs, 372, 586, 709, 758; with multiple forms of notation, 372; with nagelschrift notation, 372; See also Neumes
Munster, bishop of, 748
Nancy, 509
Naples, 99, 110, 233, 291, 307, 313, 321, 332-35
Nasby, manor of (Northamptonshire), 642
Natura brevium, 730
Nautical information, 88, 104-05
Netherlands, 243-46 (?), 322-25, 328-30, 363-67, 430-32, 454-58, 487-89, 555-58, 639, 721-22
Neumes, 119, 271, 318, 372, 586, 709, 756, 758
Neville, Ralph, arms of, 211
New Tenures, 62
Nicholas de Warrewik, 594
Nicholas III, pope, Cupientes, 621
Nicholas of Tolentino, bread of. See Bread of St. Nicholas of Tolentino
Nicodemus, gospel of, in English, 198
Niger, Roger, 277
Nine Joys of the Virgin, 539
No fortunes frownes shall make me bend, 41
Noah’s Ark, 130, 142
“Nonnberg Passion,” 219-27
Norfolk, 263, 717
Normandy, 629; letter of prelates of to Philip Augustus, 569-70
North, Roger, 50; From Ioue aboue a spendying breath, 41; In triflieng tales, by poets told, 46; Retaine, refuse, no frend, no foe, 41; Thes worldly ioies, that faier in sight apeares, 46
North Star, rule of, 104
Northamptonshire, 62, 736; eyre of, 264
Northern Homily Cycle, 164-72
Norwich, St. Gregory’s, 513
Nottingham, 67
Now criste Ihesu soþefast preest & kynge, 192
Nowton (Suffolk), 50
Numerals, roman and arabic, 134, 742
Nunljemius (?), Johan, 336
O blessed ihesu hyghe heuens kynge, 57
O cupid I graunt thy might is much, 681
O Ihesu lett me neuer forgett thy byttur passion, 58
O Ihesu to all thy true louers, 57-58
O lorde have marssye one my soull, 680
O swete angell to me soo deere, 57
O that my toung could but expres, 680
Ps. Ockham, William, Dialogus inter militem et clericum, 683-84
Offas, life of both, 657
Office, 492; against sin, 319; for the week, 319, 417, 421; of the Dead, 31, 319, 406; of the Dead, Dominican use, 335, 626, 736; of the Holy Spirit, 319; of the Passion, 319; of the Seven Joys of the Virgin, 319; See also Breviary and Hours in present index, individual saints in Saints Index, and Chart for Books of Hours on pp. 869-79
Old Tenures, 61, 730
Oldcastle, Sir John, 144
Oliva, family of, 94, 101
Oliva, Joannes, 99
Oliva, Salvator, 91, 588-89
Olives, Bartolomeo (?), 91-92
Oon of foure, 236
Oratio Bruti ad Dianam, 181, 703
Order of St. Michael, 521
Order of the Golden Fleece, 285, 526
Orders, religious, lists of, 568
Ore, 3
Origenes, extract from, 243
Ornano, Alphonse de, 253
Orosius, cited, 567
Orsini, Ludovico, 562
Orsini, Paolo Giordano, Duke of Bracciano, 562
Oswald, Opus pacis, 752-53
Otto von Passau, Die vierundzwanzig Alten, 380
Oure lorde Ihesu Criste ouere a den roode, 137
Outremarne, 509
Ovid, Amores, 305-06; Ars amatoria, 305; De remedio amoris, 305; Ex Ponto, extract from, 305; Heroides, extract from, 246; Heroides, in French, 122-23; Heroides, 56, 305; introductory couplets to the Heroides, 305; Medicamina faciei, 306
Ps. Ovid, Ad Liviam Augustam consolatio, 306; arguments for the Aeneid, 292, 302; arguments for the Georgics, 302; Nux, 306; Philomena, 306; Pulex, 306
Oxford, 41, 717, 761, 762; Grey Friars in, 654
Paderborn, 766, 768-70
Padua, 26, 27, 28, 345
Painting, treatise on technical aspects of, 745
Palgrave, Sir Francis, 468
Palimpsest, 55, 289, 295, 712 (?)
Palladius, De insitione, 753-54; Opus agriculturae, 245
Pandoni, Giovanni Antonio Porcelli, 301
Paper, 34, 52, 62, 64, 65, 70, 72, 80, 81, 95, 138, 141, 143, 151, 153, 178, 180, 185, 195, 201-02, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 218, 234, 242, 246, 251, 252, 253, 257, 258, 288, 292, 304, 324, 380, 403, 561, 562, 569, 586, 587, 624, 628, 631, 639, 648, 655, 658, 687, 692, 716, 728, 733, 738, 746, 747, 751, 752, 753, 754, 755, 756, 757, 758, 760, 763, 764, 766, 768, 769, 771, 772; non-European, 98; section added to parchment book, 406; with parchment, 55, 151, 189, 324
Papinus, extract on Sappho, 305
Parents, duties toward, 765
Paris, 355, 359, 363, 411, 423, 484, 486, 593, 623; Chatelet, 509; font of St. Paul’s, 509; Parliament of, 569-70
Parliament, procession to, 67-68
Parvus Catho, 200
Pascasius Radbertus, De corpore et sanguine Domini, extract from, 602
Passion, according to the 4 gospels, 333; gospels with suprascript letters designating readers, 316; in English, 198; meditations on, in Spanish, 330-31; meditations on, 220-22, 454, 535, 546, 555, 771
Pater noster, exposition on, in Dutch, 324; exposition on, 219, 711, 749, 766; in English, 192
Patriarchs, testaments of, 576
Paulinus Aquileiensis, Liber exhortationis, 631
Paulinus of Milan, Augustinian Hermit, 315
Paull-Holme, 618
Pavia, 757
Pawlyn, Master, dietary of, 739
Peas, toll on, 267
Peccham, John, 278
Pecia marks, 10, 656
Peckham, 203
Peke, Hugh, 740
Pelagius, De vita christiana, 631
Pembroke, Countess of, Arcadia, 212; Psalms, 69, 143, 153
Penitential, unidentified, 758-59
Pensions in France, 253
Peraldus, Guillelmus, De eruditione principum, 637
Peregrinus de Oppeln, sermons, 772-73
Persius, Satires, 55, 109
Peru, 213-14
Peter archdeacon, 277
Peter Comestor, Historia scholastica, 704-05; fragment, 638-39
Peter Damian, sermons, 244
Peter Lombard, Durandellus on, 768-70; Hannibaldus de Hannibaldis on, 767; Henry of Gorichem on, 770; mnemonic and study devices on, 760; Richard Snetisham on, 762; Robert Cowton on, 762; Robert Holcot on, 670-71; Thomas Claxton on, 761; unidentified commentary on, 767-68
Peter of Eboli, De balneis Terre Laboris, 568
Peter of Poitiers, Distinctiones super Psalterium, 726-27; Historia actuum apostolorum, 704
Peter of Ravenna, 750
Peter Riga, Aurora, 699-700; similar to, 664
Peter the Chanter, Verbum abbreviatum, 682-83, 720-21
Petrarch, Francis, Rerum familiarum libri, III, 13, 755; sonnet 132 vv. 1-4 in English, 36
Petrus Alphonsi, Disciplina clericalis, 64
Petrus Aureoli, Compendium sacre scripture, 764
Petrus Cantor. See Peter the Chanter
Petrus de Bellapertica, Lectura codicis, 9
Petrus Hispanus, Liber de aquis, 746; Liber de oculo, in English, 135; Liber de oculo, in Latin, 135; recipes for waters, 744
Petrus Lucrator, cited, 136
Peunter, Thomas, exposition on the Pater noster, 219
Pébrac (Haute-Loire), 348
Phebus, prayer attributed to, 418
Philibert hermit, 70-71
Philip, King of France, indulgence requested by, 390, 427, 445, 466, 502, 681
Philip Augusts, King of France, 569-70
Philip IV, King of France, 569-70
Philip VI, King of France, 63
Philippus de Grevia, 390, 393, 427, 466, 681
Picardy, 509
Piedmont, 701
Pigments, recipes for, 562
Pilate, life of, in English, 198
Pilgrim’s badges, marks from, 429, 449
Pitchford, 190
Pius, pope, extract from, 666-67
Pius II, pope, indulgence conceded by, 737; poem in honor of, 303
Pizarro, Pedro, Discovery and Conquest of Peru, 213-14
Placita corone, 263
Plague, in England in 1348, 566; treatise on, 132, 568
Plain chant, treatise on, 70
Plants, distances between, 134
Plantagenet, Edward. See Edward Plantagenet
Plaster, treatise on, 745
Pledge, book used as, 138, 724
Ps. Pliny, extract from, 740, 743
Plutarch, Comparatio Dionis et Bruti, 291-92; note about, 619; Vita Bruti, 291
Plymouth, 588
Poison for rats, recipes for, 562, 563
Poland, 255-56
Pomerius, Julianus. See Julianus Pomerius
Pontifical, 370-71
Pontius (de S. Egidio?), cited, 136
Pontius, deacon, Life of St. Cyprian, 310
Poor Clares, Rule of, in Dutch, 328-29
Pope, unidentified, prayers at his deathbed, 400
Porcelli, Giovanni Antonio. See Pandoni, Giovanni Antonio Porcelli
Portable calendar, 731-32
Porto, 27
Portolan atlas, 82-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-90, 90-91, 91, 91-92, 92-93, 94, 94-95, 96-97, 97, 97-98, 99, 99-100, 100-01, 101-02, 102-03, 103, 104-05, 105-06, 227-28, 233, 582-83, 583, 587-88, 588-89; See also Chart for Portolans on pp. 880-81
Portugal, 94-95 (?), 102-03
Portuguese influence, 89, 103
Pouget, E. See Binders
Poul, William, of Pagula, Summa summarum, 11-12
Pozzuoli, baths of, 568
Practica astrolabii, 716-17
Pratt, W. See Binders
Prayerbook, 219-25, 529-41, 712-14, 718-19
Prayers, based on the Psalms, 213; formulas for, 194; See specific languages and attributed authors
Preacher, duties of, 765
Preaching, art of, 600
Predictions, by day of week, 563; by thunder, 563
Presentation copy, 117, 252 (?), 562 (?)
Pressmarks, in Bridgewater Library, 6
Preston, Jean F., xxviii
Price, of book, 24, 150, 176, 183, 184, 204, 207, 242, 596, 601, 623, 648, 659, 674, 680, 718, 724; of binding, 176; of grain (?), 203
Prick of Conscience, 156-57, 161, 173, 184
Priests, instruction for, 756; powers of, 765
Printed decoration, 225-26, 247
Printed exemplar, 203, 307, 457 (?)
Printed scrap, early, 714; with Italian poem, 729
Printed world map, 404
Printer’s directions, 173, 215
Priscian, Institutiones grammaticae, 23-24
Processional, 56-58; Sarum use, 643-44
Profession, vow of Franciscan, 329
Profits of Tribulation, 188
Prognostications, based on letters of name, 131; of weather, 135
Promhill near Winchelsea, 1
Propertius, Elegiae, extract from, 302
Prophecy, apocalyptic, 141, 142, 662; of the Tiburtine Sibyl, 216-17; political, 63, 182, 208 (?), 577, 581, 702
Prophets, as defenders of faith, 759
Prosper of Aquitaine, attributed to, 603
Protective cloths, sewn above miniatures, 327, 391, 433, 483
Protestant towns in France, 253
Provençal, resumé of doctrine, 418
Proverbs, Latin and vernacular. See single languages
Provinces of the world, list of, 575-76
Pryde wraþþe and envie ben synnes of þe fend, 239
Ps. Anselm, De conceptione beate Marie, 217
Ps. Aristotle, De perfecto magisterio, 744; Secreta secretorum, extract from, 132
Ps. Augustine, attributed to, 711; Hypomnesticon, 698; Liber solioquiorum, 340-41
Ps. Bernard, Stimulus amoris, in Dutch, 323-24
Ps. Chrysostom, sermons, 244
Ps. Cicero, De proprietate sermonum, 55
Ps. Cyprian, Adversus Iudeos, 310; De aleatore, 310; De duobus montibus, 310; De iudaica incredulitate, 310; De laude martirum, 309; De pentitentia, 310; Duodecim abusiones, 310
Ps. Galen (Bartholomeus de Ferraria), Regimen sanitatis, 132
Ps. Isidore, De proprietate sermonum, 55
Ps. Methodius, The Beginning of the World and the End of Worlds, 684
Ps. Ockham, William, Dialogus inter militem et clericum, 683-84
Ps. Ovid, Ad Liviam Augustam consolatio, 306; arguments for the Ae neid, 292, 302; arguments for the Georgics, 302; Nux, 306; Philomena, 306; Pulex, 306
Ps. Pliny, extract from, 740, 743
Ps. Seneca, De remediis fortuitorum malorum, 727
Ps. Turpin, Historia Karoli Magni, in English, 685
Psalms, commentary on, 645; “common,” 335; listed, 332; of St. Lawrence, 335; of the Passion, 193-94, 335, 391, 394, 427, 467, 574, 682; penitential, in English, 193; penitential of the Virgin, 537; penitential 718; with tituli, 312, 332, 355; See also Chart for Books of Hours
Psalter, 30-31, 326-27, 331-32, 332-35, 553; choir, 255-56; commentary on, 599; English excerpts of, 236; Hebraic, 112; in English, 69, 234-35; in Flemish, 584-85; with collects, 312; with one verse per line, 650; with Ps. 151, 112, 125, 342; with psalms, sections of Ps. 118, and canticles numbered straight through, 374; See also descriptions of bibles
Psalter of St. Augustine, 463
Psalter of St. Gregory, 463
Psalter of St. Hilary, 188-89
Psalter of St. Jerome, 31, 193, 391, 394, 427-28, 463, 467, 546, 574, 597, 682; in English, 236; See also Chart for Books of Hours
Ptolemy, Almagest, 139; Geographia, 404-05
Pumry (?), Stephen, 740
Punctuation, flex mark in, 336, 603
Purgatory, masses for redemption from, 72
Purgold. See Binders
Puy-de-Dôme, 348
Pythagoras, sphere of, 131
Qualities, 134, 242, 646, 647, 716
Queen of England, prayer requested by, 524
Quentin, Jean. See Jean Quentin
Questiones, 665-66, 670-71, 672, 706, 761, 762, 770
Quid pro quo, 136
Quires, contemporary counting of, 231, 673, 773; signatures before copying, 259; See also Leaves
R. T., 154
Radbertus, Pascasius. See Pascasius Radbertus
Radulphus, 704
Raimundus de Vineis Capuanus. See Vineis, Raimundus de, Capuanus
Ralph de Stalinburgh, 594
Randolf, John, 264
Rapiarium. See Florilegium
Raymond of Pennafort, Casus penitentiales, 721; Summa, 119
Recipes, 39; alchemical, 739, 740, 742, 743, 744, 746; culinary, 717, 743; for birdlime, 745; for cosmetics, 137; for dying cloth, 135; for Greek fire, 135; for pigments, 132; for toothpaste, 137; for unbreakable eggs, 563; gynecological, 136; medical, 41, 121, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 156, 182, 201, 204 (?), 250, 269, 303, 562-63, 595, 596, 732, 741, 742, 743; of Lady Beauchamp, 121, 136; proved by Master Swan, 135; technical, 562-63, 742, 743-44, 744, 745; to color metals, 135; to gild silver, 135; to make chickens seem dead, 563; to make crows white, 563; to make worms, 135; to prevent drunkenness, 137; to write on a knife or sword, 135
Reductorium Bibliae, 124
Register of writs, 60, 67, 270, 287, 723-24; fragment, 595
Relics, at Battle Abbey, 690; by city, 748; in Rome, 567
Responsio Diane ad Brutum, 181, 703
Return days, verses on, 729
Revelation. See Vision
Revigliasco (Piedmont), 701
Revocacio brevium de audiendo et terminando, 18, 264, 272, 615-16
Reynes, John. See Binders
Rhetoric, notes on, 585-86
Rich, Edmund, Speculum ecclesie, 148; in English, 238
Richard II, 672; renunciation of the throne, 685
Richard de Caistre, Hymn, 192
Richard of Leicester, Speculum sacerdotum, 599
Richard of St. Victor, Allegorie in Evangelia, 579; Beniamin minor, in English, 160
Ridevall, John, commentary on Dissuasio Valerii, 689
Riga, Peter. See Peter Riga
Rimini, 227
Ripley, George (?), alchemical scroll, 688-89
Ripuarian linguistic features, 325
Riseby, 618
Ritual, 327-28, 756
Riviere and Son. See Binders
Robert de Gretham, Evangiles des domnées, 260
Robert de Holoynd, 594
Robert de Malberthorpe, 594
Robert de Stureye, 594
Robert le Orfevre, 594
Robert of Bridlington, 182
Robert of Courson, Summa, 720-21
Robert of Gloucester, Chronicle, 158
Robson and Kerslake. See Binders
Rochester, 158, 396
Rodwell (Yorkshire), 641
Roger de Brabazon, 702
Roger de Scoter, 594
Roger King, pills taken by, 745
Rogers, Daniel, Poemata, xiv
Rolin, Nicholas, 369
Roll, 228-29, 648-49, 670, 688-89, 718-19
Rolle, Richard, biblical prologue, 235; Canticles, 206; Commandment, 206; Contemplation of the Dread and Love of God, 158-59; Exposition on Job, 240-41; Form of Living, 159, 238; Mirror, 238; Psalter, 205
Rome, 308-11, 416, 554; churches in, 567; history and marvels of, 567; noble families of, 301; sack of, 415; St. John in Lateran, prayer found in, 397, 455-56; St. Paul’s, prayer found in, 333; St. Peter’s, prayer found in, 476; verse on, 567
Rooster, moralization on, 715
Rosarium Beatae Mariae Virginis ([Gerard Leeu?] Antwerp 1489), 457
Rosarium, 714-15
Rosary, 454-55, 538, 556, 737, 738; of Jesus and the Virgin, 519-20
Rosenbach, A. S. W., xix-xxv
Ross, Thomas, 147
Rotheley, A ballad on the House of Vere, 41
Rouen, 299, 408, 470, 509, 569-70
Rounde, Robert, 611
Rousselaere (?), 552
Roussin, Jean François, 96
Rullant, 524
Rupescissa, Johannes de. See Johannes de Rupescissa
Russell, Margery, 265
Russell, Sybil, 265
Rye, receipts for, 304
Rykelly, 175
Saarland, 554
Sabinus, biographical note on, 305; responses to 3 of the Heroides, 305
Sacramentary, fragment, 723
Sacraments, 71, 765
Sacristan, office of, 3-4
Saffron, preparation of, 596
St. Albans, 657
St. Amand, 723
St. Asaph, diocese of, 10
St. Patrick’s Purgatory, 760
St. Quentin, 523
Saint Gelais, Octavien de, 122-23
Salcedo, Relacion del comercio de las Indias, 716
Salehurst, 3
Sallust, De bello Iugurthino, 307; De coniuratione Catilinae, 307
Salt, toll on, 267
Salve Regina, farcing of, 390, 393, 427, 466, 681
Salzburg, 226
Sanguinacci, Jacopo, 731
Santa Ana, confraternity of, 629-30
Santa Maria de Atocha, 624
Santo Domingo, 214-15
Sappho, biographical notes on, 305
Sarsingham (Norfolk), 717
Sarum use, sequences for, 161-62; See also Books of Hours
Satire, definition of, 131
Sator arepo tenet opera rotas, 135, 137
Scarborough, 267, 269, 270, 271
Schaftysdenn, 3
Schaubb, Johan Fridericus, 336
Schaupp, Johan Conradus, 336
Sche þat y loue alleþermoost, 240
Schulz, Herbert C., xxvi, xxvii
Scotland, 654-55; chronicle of, 742; Song on the Kings of, 576
Scribe’s notes, 129, 377
Scrop (Henry or Geoffrey), 594
Scrope, Geoffrey, 264
Seals in wax, 471
Seasons, by saints, 646; Latin verse on, 739
Secundo folio, so designated, 601
Secundus, life of, 575
Seeds, qualities and degrees of, 136
Seignurs une poy entendez vous qi les gius d’esches amez, 64
Selby, Benedictine abbey of the Virgin and St. Germanus, 609
Senatus, letter to Master Alured, 129
Seneca, as authority, 637; extract from, 243
Ps. Seneca, De remediis fortuitorum malorum, 727
Sens, 485
Sententiae, 661-69
Sequences, 607; exposition of, 161-62; of St. Michael, tract on, 711
Sermons, 217, 244, 630-31, 661-69, 672, 677-79, 684, 756, 760, 770-71, 772-73; art of preaching, 55, 600, 765; Dutch, 322-23, 323; French, 259-61; metrical, 164-72
Sertum gloriose virginis Marie, 737
Servius, commentary on the Aeneid, 292; commentary on the Bucolics, 301
Seven Joys of the Virgin, 390, 393, 417, 427, 466, 506, 522, 544, 556; in English, 192
Seven Requests, 432, 451-52, 461, 472, 549
Seven Sorrows of the Virgin, 438; in Dutch, 454
Seven Words, in Dutch, 454
Seville, 95-96, 299, 629-30
Shaw, Mr., 468
Shirland, John, 595
Shrewsbury, battle of, 715
Sibyl, Tiburtine, 216-17, 662
Sicily, history of, 298
Sickness, treatise on, 595-96
Sidney, Sir Philip, Arcadia, 212; Psalms, 69, 143, 153
Siege of Jerusalem, 162
Siena, 313
Silver, recipe for making, 744; recipe for size for, 744; recipe to use on iron, 743
Simier. See Binders
Singletons, with illumination on verso, 320, 391, 406, 413, 441, 443, 447, 448, 456, 467, 470, 475, 477, 484, 491, 503, 505, 527, 551, 554, 574, 629
Sinhalese ola, xiii
Sins, absolution by bishops for, 756
Siria, description of, 141
Sixtus IV, pope, 440, 447; indulgence conceded by, 438, 447; 455, 456; prayer attributed to, 539, 573
Sketches, 8, 32, 38, 39, 47, 66, 72, 129, 189, 237, 250, 295, 336, 380, 423, 458, 549, 563, 591, 596, 603, 617, 645, 659, 670, 682, 730, 746, 768; as guide to illuminator, 232, 358; See also Iconography Index for subject
Smith, Charles. See Binders
Smith, G. D., xviii-xx
Smith, William H. See Binders
Smithfield, Hospital of St. Bartholomew, 1
Snetisham, Richard, 762
Soarez, Cyprian, De arte rhetorica libri tres, notes on, 585-86
Soissons (?), 326
Somersetshire, 581
Sophronius, Vita sancte Marie egipciace, 673
Sorrows of the Virgin, devotions for, 738
Sotheran, Henry and Company. See Binders
Southwark, number of chapels, monasteries, etc. in, 741
Spain, 214-15, 254-55, 296-99, 330-31, 497-501, 587, 692-93, 716; ambassador’s instructions for, 561-62; bishops of, 296; cathedrals of, 296; kings of, 296-97
Spanish, confraternity rule, 629-30; contents list, 497; devotional, 330-31; map in, 98; on cloister of Tarazona cathedral, 370; See also List of Manuscripts, pp.

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Speculum Christiani, 155; extract from, 192
Spelt, receipts for, 304
Sphere of Apuleius Platonicus, explained, 131
Sphere of Pythagoras, explained, 131
Spichforke, Master, 121
Stabling, accounts for, 218
“Stafford Chaucer,” 50
“Stafford Gower,” 6, 39-41
Staffordshire, 55
Stanley, William, arms of, 211
Star clock, 104
Stations of Jerusalem, 199
Statutes, 17-23, 53-55, 59-60, 262-65, 265-71, 272-76, 286-87, 608-18, 640-42, 670, 702-703
Steel, recipe to write on, 745
Stephen, King of England, 723
Stithians, 40
Stodye of Wysdome þat Men Clepen Beniamyn, 160
Stony Stratford (Northamptonshire), 62
Storia Lune, 134-35
Storms, prayers and benedictions for protection against, 327-28
Strasbourg, 738
Stratford-at-Bow, 190
Stravius, Richardus Pauli, 524
Student notebook, 585-86
Study, devices, 715, 769; notes in lettered sections, 656; notes, 653
Suetonius, De vita Caesarum, 724-25
Suffolk, 2, 699
Suidas, Lexicon, extract from, 217, 305
Summa cum sit necessarium. See Modus componendi brevia
Summa de bastardia, 60, 268
Summa de legibus Normannie in curia laicali, 569-70
Summa de quinque essoniis, 287
Sunrise and sunset, times of, 201
Sunt nudę carites niveo de marmore at illas, 301
Surgery, procedures for, 136
Surrey, 2, 181, 203
Susannah, 150-51
Suso, Henry, Hours of the Eternal Wisdom, 431, 487, 737
Sussex, 2, 3, 181, 690
Sutton Courtenay, 581
Sutton, G. de, 609
Swan, Master, 135
Switzerland, report on, 252, 561
Synaxarium, 378
Syriac gospel, xiii
T., R., 154
Tables, arithmetical, 757; astrological, 130, 139, 242, 247, 288; Compotus frumenti, 741; computistic, 575-76, 613; for horoscopes, 143; genealogical, 685; geographical, 405; of consanguinity, 368; of eclipses (not completed), 131; of English history, 575-76; of epistle and gospel readings, 178; of foreign currency, 741; of indications, 130; of latitudes, 247, 692; of moral significance of arms, 617; of moveable feasts, 111, 130, 247, 575-76, 613, 669; of numerals, 712, 742; of solar and lunar degrees, 130; of the elements, 648; of zodiac signs, 130, 242; to the Summa theologie, 761
Tabs, slit and knot, 670, 703
Tales, 64, 164-72, 260, 338, 420, 566, 577, 658-59, 663, 748-50, 760, 748
Talmud, Babylonian, 768
Tankersley (Yorkshire), 700
Tapestry, in an inventory, 250
Tarazona, 370
Tarporley (Chesire), 623
Tasso, Torquato, Discorso della virtu femminile, 256-57
Te deum, paraphrase for the Virgin, 537
Technical texts, 739-47
Teixeira, Luís, 583
Temptation, exposition on, 766; of Christ, in English, 199
Ten Commandments, exposition on, 248
Tenures, New, 62
Tenures, Old, 61, 730
Terentius, 56
Thames School of Chartmakers, 101, 588
The Clergy may not hold Property, 239-40
The proverbes of Salmon do playnly declare, 218
The seuene dedis of mercy, 160
Theodulf of Orleans, verses on books of the Bible, 125
Theology, bachelor in, 605; fragment, 213, 753 (?); materials on, 156, 575-79, 578-79, 602-03, 661-69
Theotokarion, 321-22
Thérouanne, 116
Thibaron. See Binders
Thiers (Puy-de-Dôme), 348
Thomas Aquinas, Adoro te devote latens deitas, in English translation, 218; attributed to, 637 (?); cited, 756; extract from, 71; Hours of the Passion, attributed to, 441; prayer attributed to, 333, 397, 417, 515, 532 (?), 556 (?), 737; Scripta ad Hannibaldum, 767; Summa theologie, index to, 762; Summa theologie, tables to, 761
Thomas à Kempis, De imitatione Christi, 257-58
Thomas of Canterbury, vision of the Virgin, 159-60
Thomas of Louth, 264
Three Kings, Legend of, 151
Thumb holes, 735
Tiber, flood in 1422 of, 567, 569
Tide tables, 104
Tiptoft, John, 619
Tiptoft, Sir John, 619
Tokens. See Indices
Toledo, 299, 371, 501
Tolls, 267
Tomasini, Giacomo Filippo, 383
Toponomy, 585-86
Tottell, Richard, 154
Tournai, 477
Tours, 108, 465, 507
Towneley Cycle, 73-75
Tractatus de quattuor gradibus amoris, 159
Tragedy, definition of, 131
Traicté de peyne, 108
Transcripta testamentorum xii patriarcharum, 576
Translation, dialogue between Lord and Clerk about, 684
Trautz-Bauzonnet. See Binders
Traù. See Trogir
Traversari, Ambrogio, 630-31
Tred eke the kennyth, 242
Trental of St. Gregory, 338, 580-81, 607
Tretyse of þe Stodye of Wysdome þat Men Clepen Beniamyn, 160
Trevet, Nicholas, Annales, 63-64; commentary on Boethius, 16
Trevisa, John, 198-99, 201, 683-84, 684-85; Dialogue between a Lord and a Clerk upon Translation, 684; epistle upon translation of the Polychronicon, 684
Treviso, 27, 28
Trier, 738, 766
Tring (Herts.), 9
Trogir, 28
Trotula minor, 132-33
Trotula, De ornatu, 132-33; Ut de curis mulierum, 132-33
Troy, history of, 298, 623
Troyes, 35, 471
Tumors, treatise on, 745
Turin, 73
Turk, Great, letter to the Pope, 565-66
Ps. Turpin, Historia Karoli Magni, in English, 685
Turry, Beatrice, 594
Turry, Robert, 594
Tuscany, 447
Tutbury, 62
Twenty wynter glad and blyth, 605
Udine, 26, 27
Ugdtred, Roger, 270
Unidentified, commentary on Peter Lombard, 767-68; distinctions, 726; fragment, 157; grammar, 710; musical treatise, 70; penitential, 758-59; poem on old age, 710; sermons, 677, 678-79, 770-71; text, 16
Untimely Death of a Fair Lady, 37
Upton, 197
Urban, pope, 30
Urban V, pope, indulgence conceded by, 555
Urine, prognosis by, 647; study of, 133
Utrecht, 458, 488, 554, 748
Valerius Maximus, attributed to, 579; extract from, 56; Factorum et Dictorum Memorabilium Libri, 288-90
Valla, Giorgio, De expetendis et fugiendis rebus opus, extract from, 757
Valladolid, 554
“Vallard Atlas,” 88-90
Velho, Bartolomeu, 102-03
Veneto, 290, 304, 631
Vengence of the Saviour, 566
Venice, 24-28, 83, 84, 86, 86-87, 91, 96, 228, 294, 345, 389, 583; hostility to the Turks, 565-66; Procuratia of, 27
Verba Constantine (sic), 133
Vercelli, 757
Verdun, 544
Vernacular languages. See List of Manuscripts for longer texts, and single languages for the shorter texts
Verona, 110
Verse, Latin and vernacular. See single languages
Vespasiano da Bisticci, 376
Vespucci, Amerigo, 103
Vices and virtues, 203-04, 239, 569, 577, 578, 579, 599, 661, 719, 758, 765
Vienna, 771
Vignale (Alessandria), 757
Villanova (Brescia), 304
Villebrosse, 509
Vincent of Beauvais, Speculum doctrinale, 660
Vinegar, recipe for, 745
Vineis, Raimundus de, Capuanus, Vita beatissime Katherine de Senis, 751
Violet, preparation of, 596
Virgil, Aeneid, 292-93, 302; epitaphs of, 302; Georgics, 302
Virgilius Thapsensis, Contra Felicianum arrianum, 698
Virgin, appellations of, 506; genealogy of, in English, 198; litany of, 537; miracles of, 217; narration of the Passion by, 198; note on the assumption of, 246; paraphrase of the Te deum for, 537; penitential psalms of, 537; verses on, 737; See also Joys of the Virgin
Visio sancti Pauli, 34
Vision, of monk of Bynhym, 573; revealed to a friar, 333; revealed to a hermit by Michael Archangel, 397; revealed to Anna of Augsburg, 539; revealed to canon Arnoul, 476; revealed to Jean de Fontaines of Savoy, 519-20; revealed to John Chrysostomus, 502; revealed to John de Arderne, 702; revealed to St. Albert, 400; revealed to St. Mechthildis, 557; revealed to Thomas of Canterbury, 159
Vita Adae et Evae, 566
Vitae patrum, English translation, 206; extract from, 340
Vogel. See Binders
Vorno (Lucca), 735
Wales, 10, 29, 623
Walsingham, Thomas, Gesta abbatum monasterii Sancti Albani, extract from, 657
Walter de Frisketon, 594
Walter of Norwich, 270
Walter, Speculum religiosorum, 148
Walton, John, Boethius, 36
Wampflug. See Binders
Warburg, 766
Wartberg, 768, 769
Warwickshire, 163
Watercolor, 687, 689
Waters, herbal, 744
Watford (Hertfordshire), 117
Watson, John, 740
Watton, Thomas, 155
Wawyn, Robert, 270
Wax, recipe for, 745; sealing, recipe for, 562
Weadock, Gertrude. See Binders
Week, offices for the, 319, 417, 421; prayers for the, 534-35
Wehene, 766
Weights, and measures, 717; pharmaceutical, 136, 595, 743
Welch, Andrew, 101-02
Welch, “Samuel,” 102
West Greenwich, 2
Westminster, 49, 569; number of chapels, monasteries, etc. in, 741
Westmorland, Earl of. See Fane, Thomas
Westphalia, 554
Wetheringsett, Richard. See Richard of Leicester
Whan that I was <?> and young, 181
Whatlington, 3
Whatt matters for the place I first came from, 181
Wheat, receipts for, 304
Whetton, Master, 121
Whoso be woundid or evill Beete, 132
Wightoun, 50
Will, beginning of copy, 641
William I, 723
William de Bereford, 594
William de Clyton, 270
William de Haston, 594
William de Kellaw, 594
William de Montibus, Numerale, 599; Penitentiarius, 600
William de N., 594
William de Norton, 594
William le Mire, Vita Secundi philosophi, 575
William of Auxerre, extract from, 71
William of Kyrkby, 269
William of Malmesbury, 618-19; De gestis regum anglorum, 243
William of Pagula. See Poul, William
William of Rennes, 119
William of Scarborough, 270
William of Sparesholte, 703
William of Waddington, Manuel des Péchés, 259-60
William of Wykeham, metrical life of, 619
Willingdon, 3
Wilson, J. S. and Sons. See Binders
“Wilton Codex,” 404-05
Wilton, 190
Wiltshire, 2
Wimbledon, Thomas, sermon, 237-38
Winchelsea, Robert of, 277
Winchester, Earl of. See Despenser, Hugh le
Windesheim, 488
Windows, recipe for decoration of, 743
Winds, diagram of, 242
Wine, toll on, 267
Wittenberg, 747
Wiverton (Notts.), 190
Wolfe, John, 740
Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal, 215-16
Women, manuscript made by, 430-32; manuscript made for, See Feminine forms
Woodcuts, 225-26
Woodford, William, De causis condempnacionis articulorum xviii dampnatorum Jo. Wyclif, 671-72
Wool, toll on, 267
Worcestershire, 157, 197
Word square, 135, 137
World, 3-part division of, 575-76
Wotton, Thomas. See Watton, Thomas
Wounds of Christ, 750; prayer on, 409, 436, 555
Wounds, treatise on, 745
Write on my hert gracious kynge, 193
Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 61
Wyburnam, Walter de, 609
Wyclif, John, Commentary on the Commandments, 248; Pater noster, in English, 238 (?); Seven Works of Mercy Bodily, 248
Wycliffite material, 178-79, 234-37, 239-40, 619, 671-72, 714
Wye, 1 2, 3
Wyer, Robert, 173, 174
Wykeham, William of. See William of Wykeham
Wylindon, 3
Wynkyn de Worde, 200, 201
Wyth scharp thornes that beth kene, 191
Year book, fragment, 594
York, 399, 594, 617, 674
Yorkshire, 269, 700
Yugoslavia (?), villages listed in, 321
Zaehnsdorf. See Binders
Zakinthos, 25
Zante. See Zakinthos
Zeno, Apostolo, 257
Zerbolt, Gerard, van Zutphen, Van geestelike opclimmingen, 324
Zidinchuss, 766
Zodiac, 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 130, 131, 613, 716

C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989). Copyright 1989.
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, California.
Electronic version encoded by Sharon K, Goetz, 2003.
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