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Display script from BL Davis 59

Display script from BL Davis 59

Display script. Image taken from Laws of King Alfred. Written in Old English and English.

Display script from BL Davis 59

Display script from BL Davis 59

Display script. Image taken from Laws of King Alfred. Written in Old English and English.

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Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 102

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 102

Humanistic script by the hand of the Florentine scribe Giovanni di Stia. Image taken from f. 102 of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 99

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 99

Humanistic script by the hand of Giovanni da Stia. Image taken from f. 99 of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 117v

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 117v

Humanistic script by the hand of the Florentine scribe Giovanni di Stia. Image taken from f. 117v of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Flourished display script and initial from BL Arundel 453, f. 97v

Flourished display script and initial from BL Arundel 453, f. 97v

Flourished display script 'Ulpianus' and initial 'R'(es), in Justinian's Digestum Novum. Image taken from f. 97v of Glossed Digestum Novum, preceeded by an added table of contents (ff. 1-2v). Written in Latin.

Initials and display script from BL Lansdowne 453, ff. 244v-245

Initials and display script from BL Lansdowne 453, ff. 244v-245

Flourished initials and display script. Image taken from ff. 244v-245 of Bible. Written in Latin.

Display script from BL Harley 3115, f. 2

Display script from BL Harley 3115, f. 2

Display script in red ink (oxidised) at the beginning of book 1 of Hilary's De Trinitate. Image taken from f. 2 of De Trinitate (ff. 2-179v); De Synodis (index Contra omnes hereses)(ff. 180-205v); Contra ariano... More

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 176v

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 176v

Humanistic script by the hand of the Florentine scribe Giovanni di Stia with marginal annotations in the hand of Antonio Beccaria of Verona, Duke Humfrey's Italian secretary. Image taken from f. 176v of Various... More

Display script from BL Harley 2910, f. 1v

Display script from BL Harley 2910, f. 1v

Display script at the beginning of the argumentum to Paul's Epistle to the Galateans. Image taken from f. 1v of Fragment from a glossed manuscript containing the Pauline Epistles. Written in Latin.

Display script from BL Royal 1 D IX, f. 111

Display script from BL Royal 1 D IX, f. 111

Detail of an illuminated initial 'I'(n principio) with display script in gold, at the beginning of the Gospel of John. Image taken from f. 111 of Gospels (the 'Cnut Gospels'). Written in Latin.

Display script from BL Harley 3107, f. 1*v

Display script from BL Harley 3107, f. 1*v

Display script with penwork decoration and reserved lines. Image taken from f. 1*v of Epistolae. Written in Latin.

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 90v

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 90v

Humanistic script by the hand of Giovanni da Stia. Image taken from f. 90v of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 75v

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 75v

Humanistic script by the hand of Giovanni da Stia. Image taken from f. 75v of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Decorated initial and display script from BL Burn 12, Vol. I, f. 4

Decorated initial and display script from BL Burn 12, Vol. I, f. 4

Decorated initial 'I'(n) and display script at the beginning of Genesis. Image taken from Vol. I, f. 4 of Old Testament with prologues, Vol. I: Genesis-Nehemiah. Written in Latin.

Coloured display script from BL Stowe 696, f. 1*

Coloured display script from BL Stowe 696, f. 1*

Large display script in alternating colours of red, green and blue on each line, with portions of penwork decoration in colours, and in the upper margin, the inscription 'Liber Guilielmi Tyllotson clerici Ao 15... More

Display script in capitals from BL Burn 340, f. 1

Display script in capitals from BL Burn 340, f. 1

Display script in three-colour capitals giving the title of the text as Tractatus Origenis de Balaham et Balac, with the twelfth-century ownership inscription of the abbey of Corbie above. Image taken from f. 1... More

Display script and decorated initial from BL Burn 340, f. 11

Display script and decorated initial from BL Burn 340, f. 11

Display script in capitals of green, pink, and brown at the beginning of Origin's second homily on Numbers, and the decorated initial 'P'(riore) in the same colours. Image taken from f. 11 of Homiliae in numeri... More

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 93

Humanistic script from BL Harley 3426, f. 93

Humanistic script by the hand of Giovanni da Stia. Image taken from f. 93 of Various works including Plutarch's Lives, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus' Cicero novus, etc. (imperfect). Written in Latin.

Puzzle initial and display script from BL Sloane 2420, f. 3

Puzzle initial and display script from BL Sloane 2420, f. 3

Puzzle initial 'Q' and flourished display script (oniam), at the beginning of Constantinus Africanus's Viaticum. Image taken from f. 3 of Viaticum (ends imperfectly). Written in Latin.

Flourished initial and display script from BL Sloane 1932, f. 27v

Flourished initial and display script from BL Sloane 1932, f. 27v

Flourished initial 'I'(n) and display script, in the Bible. Image taken from f. 27v of Bible. Written in Latin.

Alternating red and blue-green script from BL Burn 277, f. 48v

Alternating red and blue-green script from BL Burn 277, f. 48v

Part of a leaf of a missal with part of the text for the vigil of Holy Saturday with script in alternating red and blue-green ink, with the Canticle of Moses on the recto; the fragment used as a pastedown. Imag... More

Initial, border and display script from BL Lansdowne 833, f. 1

Initial, border and display script from BL Lansdowne 833, f. 1

Decorated initial 'S' with a partial border, display script and heraldic arms in the lower margin, at the beginning of Columella's Rei rusticae. Image taken from f. 1 of Rei rusticae, etc. Written in Latin.

Head of a Bearded Man Wearing a Turban (recto); Latin script (verso)

Head of a Bearded Man Wearing a Turban (recto); Latin script (verso)

Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, Kronach 1472–1553 Weimar)

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 3

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 3

Display script by Petruccio Ubaldini, Psalm 1. Image taken from f. 3 of Psalter and Canticles (the 'Psalter of the Earl of Arundel'). Written in Latin.

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 3

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 3

Detail of display script by Petruccio Ubaldini, Psalm 1. Image taken from f. 3 of Psalter and Canticles (the 'Psalter of the Earl of Arundel'). Written in Latin.

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 2v

Display script from BL Royal 2 B IX, f. 2v

Display script by Petruccio Ubaldini, Prologue. Image taken from f. 2v of Psalter and Canticles (the 'Psalter of the Earl of Arundel'). Written in Latin.

Poem in Cursive Script

Poem in Cursive Script

Dong Qichang (Chinese, 1555–1636) Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Wall Clock
[Ornament for the title page of The European magazine showing the goddess Europe shining light on three figures representing America, Africa, and Asia] / Seally script. ; Bayly sculp.

[Ornament for the title page of The European magazine showing the godd...

Title from item. Illus. in: The European Magazine. London : Philological Society of London, v. 3, 1783, title page. Published in: The American Revolution in drawings and prints; a checklist of 1765-1790 graphic... More

The "Heart" Sutra written in cursive script

The "Heart" Sutra written in cursive script

Wang Xizhi (Chinese, 303–361)

Colonel John Mather and James F. Halloran Rehearsing Script for "Army Hour"

Colonel John Mather and James F. Halloran Rehearsing Script for "Army ...

This item is a photograph of Colonel John Mather and James F. Halloran of the Watertown Arsenal in Watertown, Massachusetts, rehearsing a script for the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) radio show "Army Hour... More

Kaymoor Scrip

Kaymoor Scrip

Kaymoor scrip

Great Catherine

Great Catherine

(Scattered comments (working script?); no other details) Production locations: New York, NY; Roslyn, NY.

Great Catherine

Great Catherine

(Scattered comments (working script?); no other details) Production locations: New York, NY; Roslyn, NY.

The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior Building consists of reception room, office, script writers' room, small and large studios, and sound control room. These actors are members of the cast for My Dear Mr. President, a play based upon the President's budget message [i.e Interior Secretary's annual report] presented in January 1939 through the channels of the national hookups

The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior ...

Photo shows production of the U.S. Department of Interior's radio play "My Dear Mr. President," broadcast on January 8, 1939, the subject of which was the Interior Secretary's annual report to the President (So... More

You Touch My Heart

You Touch My Heart

For the show "We're a Whole New Thing" (General)

Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Written for "We're a Whole New Thing" (General)

[ Speech given by Danny Kaye to the American College of Cardiology]

[ Speech given by Danny Kaye to the American College of Cardiology]

Danny Kaye was honored by the American College of Cardiology in San Francisco in March of 1981. (General)

Spies
[ Cast list for Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met"]

[ Cast list for Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met"]

Danny Kaye's "Look-Ins at the Met," January 4 & 5, 1973 at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. (General)