mid 14th century
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Script: The codex is composed of two distinct parts that were early on bound together. Part I (ff. 1-16): Written in delicate Anglicana bookhand. Running titles, trimmed. Part II (ff. 17-74): Written in bold Anglicana bookhand.
In Part II, Crude initials, 2-line, alternate red with purple penwork designs and blue with red, many with three-leaf clover design in body of letter.
Worn, stained, and repaired throughout.
Binding: 18th century. Brown, mottled calf with a gold-tooled spine and a red label.
Manuscript on parchment of the Brut Chronicle, up to 1333.
ff. i + 74 + i : parchment ; 182 x 145 (160 x 118) mm.
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