Media Information

 
 
 
Collection:
Rylands Medieval Collection
Image Number:
JRL0919840dc
Reference Number:
English MS 75
Previous Accession Number:
R4989
Link to Catalogue:
Image Title:
Deeds of the Apostles
Alternative Image Title:
Paul escapes to Jerusalem
Parent Work Title:
New Testament
Alternative Parent Work Title:
Later Version Wycliffe New Testament
Creator Attribution:
Wycliffe, John, d. 1384
Display Creator:
Wycliffe, John, d. 1384
Date Created:
15th century
Page:
123v
Image Sequence Number:
123v
Description:
Deeds of the Apostles: chapter nine. Saul (Paul) preaches the word of God in Damascus and the Jewish elders conspire to kill him. Saul is arrested but other disciples help him to escape to Jerusalem. There is a lot of inverted ink annotation in the margin and at the bottom of the folio, in a very neat script. Written space is 100 x 75 mm, 26 long lines.
Language:
enm-GB
Subject:
Religion
Subject:
Christianity
Subject:
Bible--Manuscripts, English
Subject:
Bible. English (Middle English)--Versions-- Wycliffe
Subject:
Bible. N.T.
Subject:
Bible. N.T.--Versions
Subject:
Bible. N.T. Acts
Type:
Text
Category of Material:
Archives and Manuscripts
Sub-Category:
Codex
Technique Used:
Scripts (writing)
Medium:
Ink
Support:
Vellum
Time Period Covered:
1 BCE - 500 CE
Places Covered:
Israel--Jerusalem
Places Covered:
Syria--Dimashq--Dama scus
People Covered:
Wycliffe, John, d. 1384
People Covered:
Paul, the Apostle, Saint
Item Height:
161 mm
Item Width:
101 mm
Current Repository:
The University of Manchester Library, U.K.
Provenance:
Forster, James
Provenance:
Rights Holder - Image:
JRUL
Rights holder - Work:
JRUL
References:
Tyson, Moses, 'Hand-List of the Collection of English Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library' (1928), p.18.
References:
Parts of this catalogue have been reproduced from Ker, N.R., 'Medieval manuscripts in British libraries, vol. III, Lampeter-Oxford' (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983), p. 403. By kind permission of Oxford University Press.
Bibliography:
See Forshall, Josiah and Madden, Frederic, 'The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, with the Apocryphal books, in the earliest English versions made from the Latin Vulgate by John Wycliffe and his followers' (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1850), vol. 1, MS no.167.
Bibliography:
Cooper, W. R., 'The Wycliffe New Testament (1388): an edition in modern spelling, with an introduction, the original prologues and the Epistle to the Laodiceans, edited for The Tyndale Society' (London: British Library, 2002)
Date Captured:
2009-04-28
Image Creation Technique:
Digital capture by Heritage Imaging, The University of Manchester Library
Date Image Added:
2009-08
Metadata Language:
eng-GB

Deeds of the Apostles