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CXIII.

CXIV.

CXV.

CXVI.

CXVII.

CXVIII.

CXIX.

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CXXI.

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Century or Age.
Rustic CapitAL AND GALLICAN UNCIAL WRITING.

The Epigrams of Prosper. (Bibl. R., Paris, No.
669, Suppl. Lat.)

VIITH
The Amiatine Bible in the Laurentian Library,
Florence, and Homilies of the Fathers in the Vatican.
(No. 3836)

VIITH VIIITH
UNCIAL Roman WRITING. The Pandects of Justinian,
in the Laurentian Library, Florence ..

VIII Palimpsest Arian Fragments and Homilies of the Fathers, in the Vatican. (Vos. 5750 and 3835).. VIITH VIIITN

The Latin Gospels of Notre Dame at Paris. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 1 bis, fds. N.D.)

VIIT!
[See also the Latin Uncial Writing in Plate LXVII.]
SEMI.UNCIAL CAROLINE WRITING. The Morals

of Pope Gregory on Job. (Roy. Libr. Munich,
Cim, 5. a.)

VIIITH
UNCIAL GALLICAN WRITING. The Ecclesiastical

History of Gregory of Tours. (Bibl. R., Paris, No.
132, bis, fds. N.D.)

VITITH
The Life of St. Vandrille. (Ibid., No. 101,
bis, fds. N.D.)

VIIITH
MIXED UNCIAL GALLICAN WRITING. The Roman
History of Livy. (Ibid., No. 5730)

VIIITH (VII." ?)
RENOVATED MINUSCULE ROMAN Writing. The

Psalter of Charlemagne, written in gold, in the Impl.
Libr. Vienna. (No. 652)

VIIITI
WritinG IN TIRONIAN CHARACTERS. The Psalter

and a Vocabulary. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 661, fds.
St. Germ., and No. 8799)

VIIITH XTH
CAPITAL AND UNCIAL WRITING IN GOLD. The Gos-

pels of St. Medard of Soissons. (Ibid., No. 686,
Suppl. Lat.)

IXTH [VIIITH ?]
The Hours of Charles le Chauve. (Ibid., No.
1152)

IXTH
The Gospels of Charles le Chauve, written in
the year 870, in the Roy. Libr. Munich

IXTH
CAROLINE MINUSCULE WRITING. The Terence at
Paris. (Bibl. R., No. 899, Arm. de reserve)

ΙΧΤΗ
The Terence of the Vatican Library. (No.
3868)

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The Epistles and Gospels, written in silver, on
purple vellum. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 688, Suppl.
Lat.)

IXTH
The Sacramentarium of the cathedral of Metz.
(Ibid., No. 645, Suppl. Lat.)

IXTHI
The Poems of Horace. (Ibid., No. 7971)

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Roman MINUSCULE Writing. The Morals of Pope

Gregory on Job, in the monastery of La Cava,
Naples ..

XTH
CAROLINE MINUSCULE WRITING. The Latin Bible

of the Maréchal de Noailles. (Bibl. R., Paris,
No. 6)..

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CXXIII.

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CXXIV.

CXXV.

CXXVI. CXXVII. CXXVIII.

CXXIX.

CXXX.

CXXXI.

CXXXII. CXXXIII.

CXXXIV.

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PART III. LATIN WRITING OF MODERN EUROPE.

NORTHERN DIVISION.

§ 1. ROMAN, LOMBARDIC, AND GOTHIC WRITING OF ITALY.

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No. of Plate.
CXXXV. CURSIVE LATIN WRITING. Testamentary Charter of

Ravenna. (Bibl. R., Paris)..
[CCXV. LOMBARDIC WRITING. Canons of Councils, Decre.

tals, and Letters of the Popes. (Ibid., No. 331,

Suppl. Lat.)
CXXXVI. MINUSCULE LOMBARDIC WRITING. The History of

Orosius. (Roy. Libr., Munich, Cim. II. 5. a)
CXXXVII. CURSIVE LOMBARDIC WRITING. Deed of Nuptial

VIIITH

IXTH

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IXTH

IXTH

Donation, in the Archives of La Cava, Naples
CXXXVIII.

Bulls of Pope John VIII. to the Monastery
CXXXIX.

. of Tournus, on papyrus. (Bibl. R., Paris)
CXL.

Contract of sale, and Diploma of Prince Radel.

chis, in the Archives of La Cava, Naples
CXLI. LOMBARDIC SEMI. UNCIAL AND MINUSCULE WRITING.

Latin Bible at La Cava
CXLII. CAPITAL AND MINUSCULE LOMBARDIC WRITING.

Commentaries of St. Augustine on the Pentateuch.

(Bibl. R., Paris, No. 738, fds. St. Germ.)..
CXLIII. MINUSCULE LOMBARDIC WRITING. The Treatise De

Temporibus of Venerable Bede, in the monastery of

La Cava
CXLIV.

Code of Lombard Laws. (Ibid.)
CXLV.

Diploma of Roger I., King of Sicily, dated

A.D. 1130. (Ibid.) ..
CXLVI.

Homilies and Hymns, with musical notes.

(Ibid.)..
CXLVII. MINUSCULE LATIN WRITING. The Pharsalia of Lu.

can, in the Communal Library at Rheims. (Nos.

738 and 741)..
CXLVIII. MINUSCULE LOMBARDIC WRITING. The Morals of

Pope Gregory on Job, at La Cava
CXLIX.

Commentary of Benedict of Bari, De Septem

Sigillis. (Ibid.)
CL.

Lives of the Fathers of La Cava. (Ibid.)
CLI., CLII. Roman-ITALIC AND Provençal WRITING. Poems

of the Troubadours. (Bibl. R., Paris, Nos. 2032,

3204, and 7226, Suppl. Fr.)..
CLIII. Gothic MINUSCULE WRITING. Latin Bible of Pope

Clement VII. (Ibid., No. 18)

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XITH

XIITH

XIITH

XIITH

XIITH

XIIITH
XIIIIH

XIIITH XIII

XIVTH

No. of Plate.

Century or Age.

CLIV.

XIVTH

CLV.

XIVTH

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CLVI.

XVTH

CLVII.

XVIH

CLVIII.

GOTHIC MINUSCULE WRITING. Missal of Pope Cle-
ment VII. in the Public Library at Avignon

French Romance of Lancelot du Lac. (Bibl.
R., Paris, No. 6964)..
RENOVATED LATIN MINUSCULE WRITING. The

Ethics of Aristotle, translated into Latin by Johannes

Argyropulus. (Ibid., No. 6309)
Gothic Minuscule Writing. Book of Hours, or.

namented with miniatures, in a private collection
DIPLOMATIC MINUSCULE WRITING. Decree of Union

between the Latin and Greek Churches, passed at the
Council of Florence in 1439. (Bibl. R., Paris, No.

430)
MINUSCULE Roman WRITING. The Virgil of Paul
Petau, written in 1458. (Ibid., No. 7939. A.)

The Geography of Ptolemy, translated into
Latin. (Ibid., No. 4802)
SEMI-Gothic MinUSCULE WRITING. Missal of Car.

dinal Cornaro, written in 1538, preserved in the

Library of La Minerva, at Rome
MINUSCULE Romax WRITING. The Commedia Di.

vina of Dante, with miniatures by Giulio Clovio, in

the Vatican Library ..
VENETIAN WRITING, from a Book of Prayers

XVIH

CLIX.

XVIH

..

CLX.

XVIH

CLXI.

XVI.

CLXII.

XVIIH XVIITH

CLXIII.

§ 2. ROMAN AND GOTHIC WRITING OF FRANCE.

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CURSIVE ROMANO-GALLICAN WRITING. Fragments
of the Homilies of St. Avit, on papyrus.

(Bibl.
R., Paris)
DIPLOMATIC MEROVINGIAN WRITING. Charter of

Dagobert I., and Testamentary document, on papy-
rus. (Archives de France)

Diploma of Thierri III., and Plea before Clo-
vis III. (Ibid.)

Diploma of Childebert III. (Bibl. R., Paris)

Charter of Charlemagne. (Archives de Car-
cassonne)

Charters of Chilperic II. and Pepin le Bref.
(Arch. de France, and Bibl. R., Paris)
VisigotIC WRITING OF THE SOUTH OF FRANCE.

Sacramentarium of the Abbey of Gellone. (Bibl.

R., Paris, No. 163, fds. St. Germ.)
CAROLINE AND FRANCO-Saxon WRITING. The Bible

of St. Denis, otherwise of Charles le Chauve. (Ibid.,
No. 2)..

Sacramentarium of Pope Gregory the Great,
in the Communal Library, Rheims. (No. 320)
CARLOVINGIAN DIPLOMATIC WRITING. Charters of

Charles le Chauve, Lothaire, and Zuentebold of
Burgundy. (Bibl. R., Paris)

Charters of Louis le Débonnaire, (Arch. de
France, and Bibl. R., Paris)..

Charters of Charles le Simple and Rodolph.
(Bibl. R., Paris)

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No. of Plate.

Century or Age. CLXXV. DIPLOMATIC FRENCH WRITING. Charter of Hugues Capet. (Arch. de France)

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CLXXVI. MINUSCULE ROMAN WRITING OF THE SOUTH OF

FRANCE. Cicero's Treatise on Rhetoric. (Bibl. R.,
Paris, No. 441, fds. St. Victor)

XITH
CLXXVII. CAPETIAN WRITING. The Latin Bible of Cardinal
CLXXVIII. Mazarin. (Ibid., No. 7)

XITI
CLXXIX. DIPLOMATIC FRENCH WRITING. Charters of Philip

I., Louis VII., Philip Augustus, Louis VIII., and
St. Louis. (Ibid.)

.. XITH XIITH XIIITH CLXXX. CAPETIAN WRITING OF THE South OF FRANCE. The Poems of Horace. (Ibid., No. 8214)..

XIITH
CLXXXI. CAPETIAN MINUSCULE WRITING. French translation

of the Books of Kings and Maccabees. (Bibl. Mazas
rin, Paris, T. 70)

XIIIN
CLXXXII. CAPITAL AND MINUSCULE ROMAN WRITING. Mor-
tuary roll of St. Vitalis. (Arch. de France)

XIIIN CLXXXIII. CAPETIAN Writing. The Latin Bible of Fouquet. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 10)

XIIITH CLXXXIV. Gothic LUDOVICIAN WRITING. The Latin Psalter,

in three texts, with a French interlinear version.
(Ibid., No. 1152 bis, Suppl. Fr.)

XIIITH CLxxxv.

French translation of Pope Gregory's Morals on Job, and Dialogues. (Ibid., No. 210 bis, fds. N.D.)..

XIIITH CLXXXVI. MINUSCULE CAPETIAN WRITING. Sermons of St.

Bernard, in French. (Ibid., No. 9, fds. des Feuil.
lants).

XIIITH CLXXXVII. MODERN Gothic MinUSCULE Writing. The New

Testament in Latin. (Ibid., No. 252, Suppl. Lat.) XIIITH CLXXXVIII.

The Lancelot and Mort Artus, Romances of the Round Table, written in 1274. (Ibid., No. 6963).

XIIITH CLXXXIX.

The Apoc

se, in French, with miniatures. (Ibid., No. 7013)

XIIITH CXC.

Latin Evangeliarium. (Ibid., No. 665, Suppl.
Lat.)

XIIITH CXCI.

The Hours of Louis II., Duke of Anjou. (Ibid., No. 127, fds. La Vall.)

XIVTH CXCII.

Les Merveilles du Monde, a collection of
Travels in Asia. (Ibid., No. 8392)

XIVIH CXCIII.

Les Grandes Chroniques de France, ou de St.
Denys. (Ibid., No. 8395)

XIVTH CXCIV.

Charter of Charles V. of France. (Archives de Rheims)

XIVTH CXCV.

The Psalter of John, Duke of Berry. (Bibl.
R., Paris, No. 2015, Suppl. Lat.)

XIVTH CXCVI.

The Great Hours of John, Duke of Berry. (Ibid., No. 919)

XIVIU XVIH CXCVII. Cursive Gothic Writing. Receipt of Agnes Sorel, dated in 1448. (Ibid.)

XVIH CXCVIII. Gothic MINUSCULE WRITING. Prayer-books of

Mary Stuart and Anne of Lorraine. (Ibid., Nos.
1405, 4650)

XVTA CXCIX. LARGE ANCIENT BASTARD WRITING. The Chronicles of Jean Froissart. (Ibid., No. 8320)

XVIH

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Century or Age.

CC.

XVIH

CCI.

XVITH

CCII.

XVITH

CCIII.

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Gothic MINUSCULE WRITING. The Vigils of Charles
VII., by Martial of Paris. (Ibid., No. 9677)

Poems of Francis I. of France, and Queen
Margaret of Navarre. (Ibid., No. 7688)
ANCIENT BASTARD WRITING. Chronicles of Enguer-

rand de Monstrelet. (Ibid., No. 32, fds. La Vall.)
IMITATIVE UNCIAL AND MINUSCULE WRITING.

Evangeliarium used at the Coronation of the Kings

of France. (Communal Libr., Rheims)
MODERN ROMAN AND ITALIC Writing. Psautier de

Jesus and Offices, written by Nicolas Jarry. (Bibl.
R., Paris, No. 2299 bis, Suppl. Fr.; No. 710,
Suppl. Lat.)

Epistles for the festivals of the year, for the use
of the chapel at Versailles. (ibid.)

XVIIH

CCIV.

XVIITH

CCV.

XVIIITH

$ 3. WRITING OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

CCVI.

ΧΤΗ

CCVII. .

XITN XIITA

CCVIII.

MixUSCULE ROMANO-VISIGOTHIC WRITING. Praises

of the Virgin, by Ildefonsus, Bishop of Toledo,

written A.D. 951. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 2855)
DIPLOMATIC Writing of Spain. Charters of Alfonso

VI. and Queen Urraka. (Ibid.)
GOTHIC WRITING OF SPAIN. Cancionero of Johan
Alphonso de Baena. (Ibid., No. 1932)

Cancionero, intitled Canconer d'Amor. (Ibid.,
No. 7699)
Gothic PORTUGUESE WRITING. Chronicle of the

Conquest of Guinea, by Azurara. (Ibid., No. 236,

Suppl. Fr.)
SPANISH Writing of various kinds

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PART IV. LATIN WRITING OF MODERN EUROPE.

NORTHERN DIVISION.

§ 1. ROMAN AND GOTHIC WRITING OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND. CCXII.-CCXIV.CAPITAL AND UNCIAL ANGLO-SAXON AND HIBERNO

SAXON WRITING. Biblical Texts, from manuscripts
preserved in the libraries of England

VITI-VIIITH
CCXV. [See the entry of this Plate after Pl. CXXXV.]
CCXVI. SEMI-UNCIAL AND MINUSCULE ANGLO-Saxon WRIT-

ING. Homilies of St. John Chrysostom and St. Au-
gustine. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 1771)

VIIIT. to IXTH CCXVII. FRANCO-Saxon [Irish?] MINUSCULE Writing. Gal. VIITH or VIIITH

lican Psalter of St. Ouen, in the Public Library, Rouen [X1?] CCXVIII. Anglo-Saxon MINUSCULE WRITING. The Homilies

of St. Augustine. (Roy. Libr., Munich, Cim. n. 5. d) VIIIIN CCXIX.

Commentaries of Tagius, Bishop of Barcelona, on the Sentences of St. Gregory. (Bibl. R., Paris, No. 866, Suppl. Lat.)

ΙΧΤΗ
CCXX. .

Fragments of St. Augustine and Bede, in the
Public Library, Carlsruhe. (Nos. 36 and 83)

Іхтн
CCXXI. HIBERNO-SAXON MINUSCULE Writing. The Latin

Grammar of Priscian, in the Public Library, Carls-
ruhe. (No. 223)

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