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Title Warrior
Dating 1330?
Location Toulouse?
Type of the object manuscript illumination
Provenance France, S. (Toulouse?)
Place of exposition BL Royal 10 E IV Decretals of Gregory IX, British Library, London, UK
Date of manufacturing Last quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century
1275-1325
Artist Edited by Raymund of Penafort, with gloss of Bernard of Parma
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BL Royal 10 E IV Decretals of Gregory IX
1275-1325
From South, France
British Library

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Detailed record for Royal 10 E IV
ff. 4-314
Author Edited by Raymund of Penafort, with gloss of Bernard of Parma
Title Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the 'Smithfield Decretals')
ff. 1v-3v
Author Edited by Raymund of Penafort, with gloss of Bernard of Parma
Title Calendarium, Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the Smithfield Decretals)
Origin France, S. (Toulouse?)
Date Last quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century
Language Latin
Script Gothic
Decoration 5 miniatures in colours and gold, with full (f. 4) or partial borders decorated with foliate and interlace patterns, at the beginning of each book (ff. 4, 91v, 167, 229v, 251). Foliate initials in colours and gold at the ebginning of each book. 'Champ' initials in gold on blue and rose grounds with penwork decoration in white. Initials in red with pen-flourished decoration in purple or blue, or in blue with pen-flourished decoration in red. Line-fillers in brown ink highlighted in yellow.
Dimensions in mm 450 x 280 (370 x 245)
Official foliation ff. A + 314 (+ 2 unfoliated modern paper flyleaves at the beginning and at the end; f. A is a medieval parchment flyleaf)
Form Parchment codex
Binding Post-1600. Royal Library binding of brown leather with the arms of George II and a date of 1757.
Provenance The text dedicated to the University of Paris (f. 4).
John Batayle, a canon of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield, mentioned among other canons in a clerical subsidy roll of 1379 and named in a will of 1382, made by John Chyshull, another canon of St Bartholomew's (see Bovey 2002), probably illuminated for him: the Batayle arms (ff. 3v, 4r, 43v, 47v, 65v, 66r, 75v, 90v, 178v, 179v 180).
The Augustinian priory of St Bartholomew's at Smithfield: inscribed, 'Liber domus sancti barthomomei in smyth fylde', 15th century (f. 1v).
The Old Royal Library (the English Royal Library): Henrician title 'Decretales' and Westminster inventory number 'no. 1059' (f. 1), acquired by the Upper Library at Westminster after the inventory of 1542; in the catalogue of 1666, Royal Appendix 71, f. 9v; and in the 1698 catalogue of the library of St James's Palace (see [Edward Bernard], Catalogi librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiberniae (Oxford: Sheldonian, '1697', but 1698?), no. 8377, 8378, 8380, or 8388).
Presented to the British Museum by George II in 1757 as part of the Old Royal Library.

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