Beneventan script circa 1100 : decem et septem. Ab alio trecentos uiginti et tres. Ab alio ducentos. Ab alio uero trecentos. xxxvii Septimo huius abbatis anno ceperunt nor-manni melo duce expugnare apuliam. Qualiter autem uel qua occasi-one normanni ad istas
The Digital Scriptorium is a growing image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research. It bridges the gap between a diverse user community and the limited resources of libraries by means of sample imaging and extensive rather than intensive cataloguing / Photo : Gregorio Dati (1363-1436) or Leonardo Dati (1360-1425) - Manuscript, Italy (c. 1400) / right click
Henry felt that he had been deceived as, in addition to her not being able to speak a word of English, Anne of Cleves's upbringing had been so sheltered that she was ignorant of the facts of life and their wedding night was a disaster. Humiliated, Henry filed for an annulment on ground of non-consummation. This letter from Henry to Anne preceded the application for divorce.
Marginal scenes of a lion and a stag fighting dragons and a monkey riding a hybrid stork, England (London/Westminster), c. 1284, England (East Anglia?), c. 1297-1316, 245 x 165 mm. Additional 24686, f. 12