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W.2 Collection of works by Augustine, Didymus the Blind, and Quodvultdeus, Augustinus, Aurelius, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, Latin (850 - 899 CE, Northeastern France (possibly Reims or Champagne?)) W.2
W.3 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, approximately 260-approximately 340, Latin (975 - 1000 CE, Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire, France) W.3
W.4 Freising Gospels, Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20, Latin (860 - 880 CE, Freising, Germany) W.4
W.5 Gospels of Abbot Duden, Latin (1000 - 1099 CE, Werden, Germany) W.5
W.7 Reichenau Gospels, Latin (1030 - 1080 CE, Reichenau Abbey, Lake Constance, Germany) W.7
W.8 Mondsee Gospel Lectionary, Latin (1030 - 1050 CE, Regensburg, Germany) W.8
W.9 Lectionary, Latin (1000 CE, Trier, Germany) W.9
W.10 Helmarshausen Psalter, Latin (1150 - 1200 CE, Helmarshausen, Germany) W.10
W.11 Missal, Latin (1000 - 1099 CE, Ravenna, Italy) W.11
W.12 On Christian rulers, Sedulius, Scotus, fl. 848-860, Latin (1125 - 1175 CE, Westphalia(?), Germany) W.12
W.13 Synonyms of Isidore of Seville, Isidore, of Seville, Saint, d. 636, Latin (1125 - 1175 CE, Germany) W.13
W.15 Glossed Gospels, Latin (1175 - 1225 CE, Oxford, England) W.15
W.16 Fragmentary Psalter, Latin (1200 - 1300 CE, Wurzburg (?), southern Germany) W.16
W.18 Rochester New Testament, Latin (1125 - 1150 CE, Rochester, England) W.18
W.20 Juvenal's Satires, Juvenal, Latin (1175 - 1199 CE, Northern France) W.20
W.21 Collection of texts by Solinus, Orosius, Pseudo-Alexander, Justinus, and Walter of Châtillon, Solinus, C. Julius, active 3rd century?, Latin (1175 - 1200 CE, Northeast France) W.21
W.22 Macrobius' Commentarii in somnium Scipionis, Macrobius, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius, Latin (1175 - 1199 CE, Northeastern France (?)) W.22
W.23 Psalter, Latin (1200 - 1250 CE, South Germany) W.23
W.25 Premonstratensian Psalter, Latin (1175 - 1225 CE, Rhineland, Germany) W.25
W.26 Claricia Psalter, Latin (1175 - 1225 CE, Augsburg, Germany) W.26
W.29 Three Treatises by Honorius Augustodunensis, Honorius Augustodunensis, ca. 1080-ca. 1156, Latin (1150 - 1200 CE, Southern Germany or northern Austria) W.29
W.30 Gloss on The lamentations of Jeremiah, Gilbert, the Universal, d. 1134, Latin (1150 - 1199 CE, Austria) W.30
W.32 Hymnal with commentary, Hilarius (Author of Expositio hymnorum), Latin (1130 - 1150 CE, Spain) W.32
W.33 Melk missal, Latin (1175 - 1225 CE, Melk, Austria) W.33
W.34 Carrow Psalter, Latin (1240 - 1260 CE, East Anglia, England) W.34
W.35 Psalter, with added Office of the Dead and litany, Latin (1270 - 1280 CE, Bruges-Ghent) W.35
W.36 Touke Psalter, Latin (1250 - 1260 CE, Bruges, Flanders) W.36
W.37 Book of Hours (Use of Liège), Latin (1300 - 1310 CE, Liège) W.37
W.39 Book of Hours, Latin (1275 - 1300 CE, Northeastern France or Western Flanders) W.39
W.41 Cologne Psalter-Hours, Latin (1275 - 1300 CE, Cologne, Germany) W.41
W.42 Psalter of Jernoul de Camphaing, Latin (1250 - 1275 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time)) W.42
W.43 Psalter with added litanies, Latin (1250 - 1275 CE, Northeast France (French Flanders)) W.43
W.44 Psalter for Cistercian female supplicant, Latin (1250 - 1275 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time)) W.44
W.45 Fieschi Psalter, Latin (1275 - 1299 CE, Northeast France/Flanders?) W.45
W.47 Psalter-Hours of Brother Guimier, Latin (1275 - 1299 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time)) W.47
W.51 Bible, Latin (1260 - 1300 CE, England) W.51
W.65 Collection of Sermons, Gilbert, of Hoyland, Latin (1200 - 1215 CE, Northeastern France) W.65
W.68 Ramboux Psalter, Latin (1265 - 1275 CE, Hainaut) W.68
W.69 Psalter of St. Mary of Strasbourg, Latin (1250 - 1300 CE, Upper Rhineland, Germany) W.69
W.70 Misbound liturgical Psalter, Latin (1200 - 1250 CE, Constance, Germany) W.70
W.71 Saints' lives, William, of St. Thierry, Abbot of Saint-Thierry, ca. 1085-1148, Latin (1175 - 1225 CE, Himmerode, Germany) W.71
W.72 Speculum virginum, Conrad of Hirsau, Latin (1200 - 1225 CE, Himmerode, Germany) W.72
W.73 Cosmography, Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735, Latin (1190 - 1200 CE, England) W.73
W.78 Psalter, Latin (1225 - 1275 CE, Augsburg, Germany) W.78
W.79 East Anglian Psalter, Latin (1300 - 1350 CE, East Anglia, England) W.79
W.81 History of the Destruction of Troy, Colonne, Guido delle, 13th cent., Latin (1350 - 1400 CE, England) W.81
W.82 Psalter-Hours, Latin (1315 - 1325 CE, Ghent) W.82
W.83 Breviary, Latin (1420 - 1420 CE, Liège) W.83
W.85 Book of Hours (incomplete), Latin (1300 - 1310 CE, Ghent) W.85
W.86 Book of Hours, Latin (1275 - 1300 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time)) W.86
W.87 Incomplete Book of Hours, Latin (1310 - 1320 CE, Flanders (Ghent?)) W.87
W.88 Book of Hours, Latin (1300 - 1310 CE, French Flanders (Cambrai?)) W.88
W.89 Book of Hours, French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1375 - 1400 CE, Paris) W.89
W.90 Book of Hours, , Latin (1300 - 1325 CE, Northeast France (French Flanders)) W.90
W.95 Book of Hours, Latin (1320 - 1330 CE, Flanders (Ghent?)) W.95
W.96 Book of Hours (for Use of Paris), Latin (1375 - 1400 CE, Paris) W.96
W.99 Book of Hours, Latin (1400 - 1425 CE, Northeast France (French Flanders)) W.99
W.102 Book of hours, Latin (1300 CE, England) W.102
W.104 Book of Hours, , Latin (1300 - 1325 CE, Northeast France) W.104
W.105 Butler Hours, Latin (1340 - 1369 CE, Probably Shropshire, England) W.105
W.106 Bible pictures by William de Brailes, W. de Brailes, French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1240 - 1260 CE, Oxford, England) W.106
W.110 Psalter, Latin (1310 - 1320 CE, Flanders or French Flanders) W.110
W.111 Franciscan Liturgical Psalter, Latin (1275 - 1299 CE, Cologne, Germany) W.111
W.113 Psalter from a Psalter-Hours (second half in Paris), , Latin (1275 - 1300 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time)) W.113
W.114 Psalter, with Cistercian Ordinary for ferial Office, Latin (1250 - 1275 CE, Northeast France (French Flanders)) W.114
W.116 Biblical Psalter, Latin (1250 - 1275 CE, Northeastern France (French Flanders)) W.116
W.117 Psalter and Office of the Dead, Latin (1265 - 1280 CE, Hainaut (?)) W.117
W.132 Rule of the Knights Templar, French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1275 - 1300 CE, Northeast France (Flanders at the time), probably Arras-Douai region) W.132
W.133 Gratian's Decretum, Gratian, Latin (1280 - 1290 CE, Hainaut) W.133
W.137 William of Tyre's Histoire d'Outre Mer, William, of Tyre, Archbishop of Tyre, approximately 1130-approximately 1190, French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1275 - 1300 CE, North France (Paris?)) W.137
W.141 Guillaume de Digulleville's Le pèlerinage de la vie humaine, Deguileville, Guillaume de, active 14th century, French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1350 - 1375 CE, Northeast France (French Flanders)) W.141
W.142 William of Tyre, Estoire d'Eracles (to 1261), French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1275 - 1325 CE, Paris) W.142
W.144 Les livres du gouvernement des roys et des princes, Giles, of Rome, Archbishop of Bourges, ca. 1243-1316., French, Old (842-ca.1400) (1300 - 1330 CE, London (?), England) W.144
W.148 Homilary, Latin (1300 - 1350 CE, Lower Rhineland) W.148
W.149 Two leaves from the Mirror of human salvation, Latin (1375 - 1400 CE, Germany) W.149
W.163 Prayer book of Bishop Leonhard von Laymingen of Passau, Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Passau, Germany) W.163
W.164 Prayer Book, including Office of the Dead, Latin (1430 - 1440 CE, Brabant (?)) W.164
W.165 Loftie Hours, Dutch-- Flemish (1440 - 1460 CE, Netherlands) W.165
W.166 Book of Hours of Daniel Rym, Latin (1420 - 1430 CE, Flanders (Ghent?)) W.166
W.167 Amherst Hours, Suso, Henry, 1295-1366, Dutch-- Flemish (1400 - 1500 CE, Netherlands) W.167
W.168 Book of Hours, Latin (1425 - 1450 CE, Utrecht, with additions probably in Bruges) W.168
W.169 Hours of Pastor Denys, Latin (1400 - 1425 CE, Flanders) W.169
W.170 Book of Hours, Latin (1430 - 1440 CE, Ghent) W.170
W.171 Duke Albrecht's Table of Christian faith (winter part), Dirc van Delf, Dutch-- Flemish (1400 - 1404 CE, Utrecht, Netherlands) W.171
W.172 Book of Hours, Use of Augustinian Canons of Windesheim Chapter, Latin (1450 - 1460 CE, Flanders) W.172
W.173 Book of Hours, Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Bruges) W.173
W.174 Missal of Eberhard von Greiffenklau, Latin (1425 - 1450 CE, Utrecht-- additions, Germany, probably Mainz) W.174
W.175 Masters of the Dark Eyes Missal, Latin (1475 - 1525 CE, Utrecht, Netherlands) W.175
W.176 Suchtelen Hours, Latin (1490 - 1500 CE, Bruges) W.176
W.177 Book of Hours (Use of Rome), Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges, Flanders) W.177
W.178 Book of Hours, Latin (1500 CE, Bruges (?)) W.178
W.179 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges) W.179
W.180 Grisaille Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges) W.180
W.181 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges) W.181
W.182 Prayer book, Dutch-- Flemish (1450 - 1475 CE, Utrecht, Netherlands) W.182
W.183 Book of Hours (Use of Rome), Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges, Flanders) W.183
W.184 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges (?)) W.184
W.185 Doffinnes Hours, Latin (1400 - 1425 CE, Utrecht) W.185
W.186 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 CE, Bruges) W.186
W.188 Book of Hours in Dutch, Grote, Geert, 1340-1384, Dutch-- Flemish (1425 - 1450 CE, Utrecht) W.188
W.189 Book of Hours, Latin (1480 - 1490 CE, Flanders (Bruges?)) W.189
W.190 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges (?)) W.190
W.192 Book of Hours in Dutch, Geert Groote, Dutch-- Flemish (1460 - 1490 CE, Haarlem, Netherlands) W.192
W.193 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1460 CE, Hainaut) W.193
W.194 Book of Hours, , Latin (1470 - 1480 CE, Hainaut (?)) W.194
W.195 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 - 1500 CE, Bruges: main text-- Rouen: calendar) W.195
W.196 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 CE, Bruges) W.196
W.197 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 CE, Bruges) W.197
W.198 Dominican Psalter, Latin (1450 - 1499 CE, Utrecht, Netherlands) W.198
W.199 Gossouin of Metz, Image du Monde, French (1489 - 1489 CE, Bruges) W.199
W.200 Alphabet Book, no linguistic content (1500 - 1600 CE, Paris, France (?)) W.200
W.201 Jean de Wavrin, Les Chroniques d'Angleterre (Vol. 4), Jean de Wavrin, French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1470 - 1480 CE, Flanders) W.201
W.202 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges, Flanders) W.202
W.204 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 - 1480 CE, West Flanders (?)) W.204
W.206 Books of Hours, Latin (1475 - 1500 CE, Savoy) W.206
W.208 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 CE, Antwerp(?)) W.208
W.211 Book of Hours, Latin (1440 CE, Bruges) W.211
W.215 Book of Hours with Premonstratensian connections, Latin (1400 - 1415 CE, Flanders or Artois) W.215
W.218 Book of Hours (Cistercian), Latin (1440 - 1440 CE, Hainaut (?)) W.218
W.220 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1455 CE, Bruges) W.220
W.229 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 CE, Bruges) W.229
W.239 Book of Hours, Latin (1430 - 1445 CE, Bruges (?)) W.239
W.240 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1460 CE, Bruges) W.240
W.246 Book of Hours, Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Bruges) W.246
W.262 Book of Hours (for use of Amiens), Latin (1425 - 1440 CE, Amiens) W.262
W.263 Book of Hours, Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Tournai (?)) W.263
W.266 Book of Hours, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, Bruges) W.266
W.267 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1460 CE, Hainaut) W.267
W.269 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1475 CE, Northeastern France) W.269
W.270 Book of Hours (Use of Rome), Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Bruges) W.270
W.277 Book of Hours, Latin (1480 CE, Tournai (?), Flanders) W.277
W.279 Book of Hours, Latin (1470 CE, Bruges (?)) W.279
W.281 Malet-Lannoy Hours, Latin (1420 - 1440 CE, Northeastern France (French Flanders)) W.281
W.282 Book of Hours, Latin (1440 - 1450 CE, Bruges(?)) W.282
W.284 Book of Hours, Latin (1420 - 1480 CE) W.284
W.289 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1475 CE, France (Poitiers ?)) W.289
W.292 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1475 CE, Savoy, France) W.292
W.298 Breviary, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE, West Flanders (?)) W.298
W.307 "Trésor de sapience" (Creation to 138 CE), French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1470 - 1480 CE, Bruges (?)) W.307
W.312 Cicero's De amicitia (French translation), Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 106-43 B.C., French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1470 CE, Bruges, Flanders) W.312
W.313 Compilation of rhymed Proverbs: Proverbs en rimes, French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1475 - 1500 CE, Savoy, France) W.313
W.314 Boccaccio's De Casibus Virorum Illustrium (French translation), Jean Lamelin, French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1470 CE, Lille, France (French Flanders)) W.314
W.315 Giovanni Boccaccio's De Casibus Virorum Illustrium translated into French by Laurent de Premierfait, Premierfait, Laurent de, -1418., French, Middle (ca.1400-1600) (1470 - 1470 CE, West Flanders) W.315
W.321 Calendar illustrations from a Book of Hours, no linguistic content (1450 - 1460 CE, Bruges (?)) W.321
W.330 Psalter, Latin (1400 - 1500 CE) W.330
W.343 Festus Pompeius, De verborum significatione, abbreviated by Paulus Diaconus, Latin (1450 - 1450 CE, Italy) W.343
W.344 Dionysius Areopagita, Tractatus VI, Latin (1470 - 1470 CE) W.344
W.349 Liber quartum super sententias, Richardus de Mediavilla, Latin (1474 CE) W.349
W.354 Thucydides, Historiae, Greek, Modern (1453-) (1490 - 1499 CE) W.354
W.358 St. Basilius, De poetis legendis-- Pseudo(?) Plutarch, De liberis educandis-- Statius, Achilleid, Basil, the Great, Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, approximately 329-379, Latin (1450 - 1475 CE, Italy) W.358
W.360 Gaius Julius Caesar, Commentaries on the Gallic War, Civil War, Alexandrian War, African War, and Spanish War, Caesar, Julius, Latin (1460 - 1470 CE) W.360
W.365 Cicero, Rhetorica ad Herennium, and Antonio Loschi, Inquisitio super XI orationes Ciceronis, Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Latin (1473 CE) W.365
W.371 Glossed copy of Eberhard of Béthune's Graecismus, Eberhard of Béthune, Latin (1440 CE, Germany) W.371
W.372 Grammatical Writings by Donatus, Diomedes, Phocas, Priscianus, Caper, Agraetius, Asper Maior, Laurentius Valla, Latin (1490 - 1499 CE, Venice) W.372
W.388 Pseudo-Aurelius Victor (?), De Viris Illustribus-- Cornelius Nepos, De Excellentibus Ducibus Exterarum Gentium-- Plutarch, Regum et Imperatorum Apophthegmata, Pseudo-Aurelius Victor, Latin (1425 - 1450 CE) W.388
W.393 Rufus Festus, Breviarium Rerum Gestarum Populi Romani-- Pseudo-Aurelius Victor (?), De Viris Illustribus-- Ludovico Foscarini, Gesta Victoris et Coronae, Festus, Rufus, Latin (1450 - 1499 CE) W.393
W.404 Storia dei Gothi, Leonardo Aretino Bruni, 1369-1444, Italian (1460 - 1480 CE, Italy (Naples?)) W.404
W.420 Almugavar Hours, Latin (1510 - 1520 CE, Catalonia (?), Spain) W.420
W.421 Alphonsus de Benavento, Treatise, Alphonsus de Benavento, Latin (1456 - 1456 CE, Tejares (Spain)) W.421
W.423 Book of Hours (for use of Rome), Latin (1500 - 1510 CE, Ghent or Bruges) W.423
W.425 Prayer Book (fragment), Latin (1520 - 1530 CE, Brussels (?)) W.425
W.426 Prayer Book, Latin (1510 - 1520 CE, Bruges(?)) W.426
W.427 Book of Hours, Latin (1500 CE, Bruges) W.427
W.428 Book of Hours, Circle of the Master of the Prayerbooks, Latin (1500 CE, Bruges (?), Flanders) W.428
W.429 Book of Hours, Latin (1500 CE, Bruges(?)) W.429
W.431 Book of Hours (Use of Rome), Latin (1490 - 1500 CE, Flanders (Mons?)) W.431
W.432 Prayer book, Latin (1500 - 1525 CE, Leiden, Netherlands) W.432
W.433 Book of Hours of the family de la Porte, Latin (1510 CE, Flanders) W.433
W.434 Book of Hours (for use of Tournai), Latin (1500 CE, Bruges(?)) W.434
W.435 Book of Hours, Latin (1490 CE, Bruges) W.435
W.436 Prayer Book (compilation), Latin (1500 CE, Ghent) W.436
W.437 Aussem Hours, Latin (1500 - 1525 CE, Cologne, Germany) W.437
W.438 Prayer Book (Use of Rome), Dutch-- Flemish (1480 - 1490 CE, Bruges or Ghent, Flanders) W.438
W.439 Hours of Duke Adolph of Cleves, Latin (1480 - 1490 CE, Ghent) W.439
W.440 Book of Hours, Latin (1490 - 1500 CE, Ghent (?)) W.440
W.441 Book of Hours (Medieval text, Modern illuminations), Latin (1490 - 1510 CE, Bruges or Ghent, Flanders) W.441
W.442A-D Stein Quadriptych W.442A-D
W.443A-F Six Miniatures from a Book of Hours W.443A-F
W.464 Album of the House of Savoy, Latin (1500 - 1600 CE) W.464
W.478 Treatise on cosmetics, Italian (1500 CE, Italy) W.478
W.493 Dogale of Girolamo Priolus (1567 CE) W.493
W.494 Lace Book of Marie de' Medici, French (1625 - 1650 CE, Paris (?)) W.494
W.504 Patent of Nobility granted by Philip III to Don Luys Nuñez Perez, Spanish-- Castilian (1608 CE, Grenada, Spain) W.504
W.513 Prayer book, German (1754 - 1772 CE, Germany (?)) W.513
W.518 Coptic letter to Apa Proma from Constantine, Constantine, Coptic (650 - 750 CE) W.518
W.520 Gospel Lectionary, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (950 - 1000 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.520
W.521 "Imperial" Menologion, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1034 - 1041 CE, Constantinople (Istanbul)) W.521
W.522 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, approximately 260-approximately 340., Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1080 - 1100 CE, Constantinople (Istanbul)) W.522
W.523 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340., Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (900 - 999 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.523
W.524 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340., Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (900 - 950 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.524
W.525 New Testament, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1290 - 1310 CE, Probably Constantinople (modern Istanbul)) W.525
W.526 Gospels, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1275 - 1300 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.526
W.527 Gospel Book, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (975 - 1025 CE, Constantinople (Istanbul)) W.527
W.528 Gospel Book, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1200 - 1230 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.528
W.529 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1040 - 1060 CE, Byzantine Empire) W.529
W.530A St. Mark W.530A
W.530B Moses receiving the law W.530B
W.530C The four Evangelists and two Apostles W.530C
W.530D-E The Evangelists Matthew and Mark from a Gospel Book W.530D-E
W.530F-G Illustrations from a Gospel Book W.530F-G
W.531 Trebizond Gospels, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1140 - 1160 CE, Constantinople (Istanbul)) W.531
W.532 Gospel Book, Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1070 - 1100 CE, Eastern Mediterranean) W.532
W.533 Acts and Epistles, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1100 - 1500 CE, Eastern Mediterranean) W.533
W.534 Book of Hours, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1440 - 1460 CE, Eastern Mediterranean) W.534
W.535 Gospel lectionary, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1594 - 1596 CE, Buzǎu, Romania (text)-- Moscow, Russia (miniatures)) W.535
W.536 Pontifical, Chrysostom, John, Saint, -407, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1597 - 1599 CE, Moscow, Russia) W.536
W.537 Gospels, Armenian (966 CE, Armenia) W.537
W.538 Gospels, Armenian (1193 CE, Hromkla, Armenia) W.538
W.539 T'oros Roslin Gospels, Armenian (1262 CE, Hromkla, Armenia) W.539
W.540 Gospel Book, Armenian (1475 - 1475 CE, Possibly area around Lake Van, Turkey) W.540
W.541 Amida Gospels, Armenian (1600 - 1625 CE, Amida, Armenia) W.541
W.542 Silver Gospels, Armenian (1488 CE, Ekełeac') W.542
W.543 Gospels, Eusebius, Caesariensis, Bishop of Caesarea, Armenian (1455 CE, Monastery of Gamałiēl in Xizan) W.543
W.544 Gospels, Armenian (1666 CE, Tokat, Armenia) W.544
W.545 Hymnal, Armenian (1600 - 1799 CE, Possibly Monastery of Surb Amenap'rkič in New Julfa, Isfahan, Iran) W.545
W.546 Gospels of Georg Alexief, Armenian (1600 - 1699 CE, Constantinople (?)) W.546
W.547 Hymnal, Armenian (1678 - 1678 CE, Constantinople) W.547
W.548 Fragments of a Sluzhebnik (Euchologion), Church Slavic-- Old Slavonic-- Church Slavonic-- Old Bulgarian-- Old Church Slavonic (1300 - 1400 CE, Russia) W.548
W.552 Koran, Arabic (816 CE, Central Arab lands) W.552
W.553 Koran, Arabic (816 CE, Central Arab lands) W.553
W.554 Koran, Arabic (870 CE, Central Arab lands) W.554
W.555 Koran, Arabic (1009 CE, Central Arab lands) W.555
W.556 Koran, Arabic (1107 CE, Maghreb) W.556
W.557 Koran, Arabic (1107 CE, Iran) W.557
W.559 Koran, Arabic (1323 CE, Iran) W.559
W.561 Koran, Arabic (1373 CE, Cairo) W.561
W.562 Koran, Arabic (1401 CE, Probably Iran) W.562
W.563 Koran, Arabic (1401 CE, Northern India) W.563
W.567 Koran, Arabic (1814 CE, Iran) W.567
W.568 Koran, Arabic (1701 CE, Maghreb) W.568
W.569 Koran, Arabic (1601 CE, Iran) W.569
W.575 Koran, Arabic (1801 CE, Iran) W.575
W.577 Koran, Arabic (1865 CE, Turkey) W.577
W.578 Prayer, Abū al-Ḥasan al-Shādhilī (d. 656 AH / 1258 CE), Arabic (1601 CE, Turkey) W.578
W.579 Prayer, ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib, Caliph, ca. 600-661, Arabic (1534 CE, Astarābād (Iran)) W.579
W.580 Work on the duties of Muslims toward the Prophet Muhammad with an account of his life, ʿIyāḍ al-Yaḥṣubī (d. 544 AH / 1149 CE), Arabic (1701 CE, Maghreb) W.580
W.581 Amplified poem in honor of the Prophet Muhammad, Nāṣir al-Dīn Muḥammad al-Fayyūmī, Arabic (1366 CE, Turkey) W.581
W.582 Poem in honor of the Prophet Muhammad, al-Būṣīrī (d. 694 AH / 1294 CE), Arabic (1601 CE, Iran (or Turkey?)) W.582
W.583 Collection of prayers for the Prophet Muhammad, al-Jazūlī (d. 877 AH / 1472 CE), Arabic (1601 CE, Turkey) W.583
W.584 Gloss on a commentary on the Koran, Kemalpaşazade, 1468 or 9-1534, Arabic (1558 CE, Turkey) W.584
W.585 Three hundred sixty Sufi questions, ʿAlī Dede al-Būsnawī (d. 1007 AH / 1598 CE), Arabic (1670 CE, Turkey) W.585
W.586 Work on the duties of Muslims toward the Prophet Muhammad with an account of his life, ʿIyāḍ al-Yaḥṣubī (d. 544 AH / 1149 CE), Arabic (1777 CE, Turkey) W.586
W.588 Commentary on an abridgment of the Canon of medicine, Jamāl al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Aqsarāʾī, Arabic (1561 CE, Iran) W.588
W.589 Two works on precious stones, Jamāl al-Dīn al-Tifāshī, Arabic (1581 CE, Syria (?)) W.589
W.590 Glossary of Islamic legal terminology, Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī al-Muqrī al-Fayyūmī, Arabic (1673 CE, Iran) W.590
W.591 Book on logic, Muḥammad ibn Pīr Aḥmad al-shahīr bi-Ibn Arghūn al-Shīrāzī, Arabic (1512 CE, Būrsah (Bursa), Turkey) W.591
W.592 Gospels, Arabic (1684 CE, Egypt) W.592
W.593 Wonders of creation, Ṭūsī, Muḥammad ibn Maḥmūd, 12th cent., Persian (1501 CE, Turkey) W.593
W.595 Compendium of medicine, Zayn al-Dīn al-Jurjānī (d. 531 AH / 1136 CE), Persian (1484 CE, Iran) W.595
W.596 Memoirs of Babur, Babur, Emperor of Hindustan, 1483-1530, Persian (1501 CE, India) W.596
W.597 Abridgment of the Book of kings (Shahnama), Tavakkul Bīk (Beg) valad Tūlak Bīk (Beg) Ḥusaynī, Persian (1801 CE, Northwest India) W.597
W.598 History of Nigaristan, Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad Ghaffārī, Persian (1569 CE, Iran) W.598
W.599 The lights of Canopus, Kāshifī, Ḥusayn Vāʻiẓ, d. 1504 or 5, Persian (1847 CE, Iran) W.599
W.600 Book of kings (Shahnama), Firdawsī, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.600
W.601 Book of kings (Shahnama), Firdawsī, Persian (1618 CE, Iran) W.601
W.602 Book of kings (Shahnama), Firdawsī, Persian (1617 CE, Probably Herat (present-day Afghanistan)) W.602
W.603 Book of kings (Shahnama), Firdawsī, Persian (1601 - 1825 CE, Iran) W.603
W.604 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1481 CE, Iran) W.604
W.605 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1486 CE, Iran) W.605
W.606 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1517 CE, Iran) W.606
W.607 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1528 CE, Iran) W.607
W.608 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1563 CE, Iran) W.608
W.609 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1516 CE, Present-day Afghanistan (?)) W.609
W.610 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1550 CE, Iran) W.610
W.611 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1649 CE, Iran) W.611
W.612 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1601 CE, Iran) W.612
W.613 Five poems (quintet), Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1595 CE, Probably Lahore (present-day Pakistan)) W.613
W.615 One hundred sayings, ʻAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib, Caliph, ca. 600-661, Arabic (1401 CE, Iran) W.615
W.616 Collected works (Kulliyat), Saʿdī, Persian (1520 CE, Iran) W.616
W.617 Collected works (Kulliyat), Saʿdī, Persian (1527 CE, Shiraz, Iran) W.617
W.618 Collected works (Kulliyat), Saʿdī, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.618
W.619 Two works of Sa`di: the Rose garden (Gulistan) and the Orchard (Bustan), Saʿdī, Persian (1572 CE, Iran) W.619
W.620 The orchard (Bustan), Saʿdī, Persian (1401 CE, Iran) W.620
W.621 The orchard (Bustan), Saʿdī, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.621
W.622 Five poems (quintet), Amīr Khusraw Dihlavī, ca. 1253-1325, Persian (1529 CE, Iran) W.622
W.623 Collection of poetry, Amīr Khusraw Dihlavī, ca. 1253-1325, Persian (1609 CE, Iran) W.623
W.624 Five poems (quintet), Amīr Khusraw Dihlavī, ca. 1253-1325, Persian (1597 CE, Probably Lahore (present-day Pakistan)) W.624
W.625 Collection of poems (masnavi), Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana, 1207-1273, Persian (1461 CE, Iran) W.625
W.626 Collection of poems (masnavi), Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana, 1207-1273, Persian (1663 CE, India) W.626
W.627 Mihr and Mushtari, ʻAṣṣār Tabrīzī, Muḥammad, d. 1382 or 3, Persian (1476 CE, Iran) W.627
W.628 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1512 CE, Iran) W.628
W.629 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1552 CE, Iran) W.629
W.630 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1559 CE, Iran) W.630
W.631 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1539 CE, Iran) W.631
W.632 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.632
W.633 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.633
W.634 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.634
W.635 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1788 CE, India) W.635
W.636 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Arabic (1796 CE, India (Kashmir?)) W.636
W.637 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1801 CE, India (Kashmir?)) W.637
W.638 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥāfiẓ, 14th cent., Persian (1601 CE, Iran) W.638
W.639 Collection of poems (divan), Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.639
W.640 Collection of poems (divan), Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.640
W.641 Selection of poems, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1493 CE, Herat (present-day Afghanistan)) W.641
W.642 Poem (masnavi), Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1557 CE, Iran) W.642
W.643 Three short Sufi works, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1591 CE, Iran) W.643
W.644 Yusuf and Zulaykha, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.644
W.645 Two poetical works: Yusuf and Zulaykha and Mihr and Mushtari, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.645
W.646 Yusuf and Zulaykha, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1701 CE, India) W.646
W.647 Yusuf and Zulaykha, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1776 CE, Kashmir) W.647
W.648 Epic of Timur, Hātifī, d. 1520 or 1, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.648
W.649 Burning and melting, Nawʿī Khabūshānī (d. 1019 AH / 1610 CE), Persian (1657 CE, Iran) W.649
W.650 Collection of poems (divan), Ḥasan Dihlavī, 1253 or 4-ca. 1338, Persian (1602 CE, Allāhābād, India) W.650
W.651 Poems (tarji'band), Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1589 CE, Iran) W.651
W.652 Marvels of the world, Fakhr al-Dīn Ḥamzah ibn ʿAlī Āẕarī, Persian (1613 CE, Herat (present-day Afghanistan)) W.652
W.653 Anthology of Persian poetry, Persian (1693 CE, Iran) W.653
W.654 Anthology of Persian poetry, Persian (1750 CE, Iran) W.654
W.655 Anthology of Persian poetry, Persian (1801 CE, Iran) W.655
W.656 Poem (masnavi), Nūr al-Dīn Hilālī Jaghatāʾī, Persian (1570 CE, Iran) W.656
W.657 Three collections of poetry, Niẓāmī Ganjavī, 1140 or 41-1202 or 3, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.657
W.658 Book on navigation, Pirî Reis, d. 1554?, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1685 CE, Turkey) W.658
W.659 Turkish version of the Wonders of creation, Qazwīnī, Zakarīyā ibn Muḥammad, ca. 1203-1283, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1717 CE, Turkey) W.659
W.660 Maritime atlas, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1501 CE, Turkey) W.660
W.661 Book on horses, Aḥmed ʿAṭā Ṭayyārzāde, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1854 CE, Turkey) W.661
W.662 Turkish version of Sindbadnama, Kātib al-Samarqandī, Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1501 CE, Turkey) W.662
W.663 Five poems (quintet), Alisher Navoiĭ, 1441-1501, Turkish (1501 CE, Turkey) W.663
W.664 Epic of Alexander the Great, Ahmedî, 1334?-1413, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1486 CE, Ḥalab (Aleppo, Syria)) W.664
W.665 Two works on Islamic beliefs and practices, Şemsi Paşa, 1846 or 7-1908, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1501 CE, Turkey) W.665
W.666 Five poems (quintet), Atai, 15th cent., Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1721 CE, Turkey) W.666
W.667 Commentary on select verses of the Koran, Okçuzade Mehmet Şahı̂, d. 1629, Turkish, Ottoman (1500-1928) (1601 CE, Turkey) W.667
W.668 Album of Persian and Indian calligraphy and paintings, Persian (1585 CE, Iran or India) W.668
W.669 Album of Indian miniatures and Persian calligraphy, Persian (1785 - 1850 CE, India (Deccan)) W.669
W.670 Album of Persian and Indian calligraphy, miniatures, and prints, Persian (1501 CE, Iran and India) W.670
W.671 Album of Persian miniatures and calligraphy, Persian (1501 CE, Iran and Turkey) W.671
W.672 Album of Ottoman calligraphy, Arabic (1501 CE, Turkey) W.672
W.673 Album of Persian calligraphy, Persian (1601 CE, Iran) W.673
W.674 Ottoman diploma in calligraphy, Arabic (1804 CE, Turkey) W.674
W.675 Single leaf from the Arabic version of Dioscorides' De materia medica, Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos, Arabic (1224 CE, Baghdad) W.675
W.676 Six leaves from Majma` al-tavarikh by Hafiz Abru, Ḥāfiẓ Abrū, d. 1430, Persian (1425 CE, Iran) W.676
W.677 Four leaves from a Shahnama, Firdawsī, Persian (1341 CE, Iran) W.677
W.678 Single leaf from Mantiq al-tayr by Farid al-din `Attar, ʻAṭṭār, Farīd al-Dīn, ca. 1230, Persian (1480 CE, Herat or Bukhara) W.678
W.679 Two leaves depicting the Prophet Muhammad, Ali, and his sons Hasan and Husayn, Persian (1600 CE, Turkey) W.679
W.680 Single leaf of a young man with a flower, no linguistic content (1620 CE, Iran) W.680
W.681 Single leaf of a man on a donkey, no linguistic content (1601 CE, Iran) W.681
W.682 Single leaf of a youth with a falcon, no linguistic content (1590 - 1620 CE, Iran) W.682
W.683 Single leaf of a battle scene from the Baburnamah, Persian (1575 CE, India) W.683
W.684 Two leaves from the Akbarnama, Abū al-Faẓl ibn Mubārak, 1551-1602, Persian (1596 CE, India) W.684
W.685 Single leaf of elephants on a river bank, Persian (1590 - 1620 CE, India) W.685
W.686 Single leaf of an old man kneeling, Persian (1640 - 1660 CE, Iran) W.686
W.687 Single leaf of a monkey riding a goat and three sheep, Persian (1600 CE, Iran) W.687
W.688 Single leaf of youths before a ruler at his court, no linguistic content (1600 CE, Iran) W.688
W.689 Single leaf of a lady with a fan, no linguistic content (1600 CE, Iran) W.689
W.690 Single leaf of a couple embracing, Persian (1689 CE, Iran) W.690
W.691 Single leaf of courtiers at a reception of Shah `Abbas I, Persian (1620 CE, Iran) W.691
W.692 Single leaf from Anvar-i Suhayli by Khashifi, Kāshifī, Ḥusayn Vāʻiẓ, d. 1504 or 5, no linguistic content (1590 - 1620 CE, India) W.692
W.693 Single leaf of two young men riding a white elephant, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.693
W.694 Single leaf of a charging elephant, no linguistic content (1600 CE, India) W.694
W.695 Single leaf of a Jesuit priest, no linguistic content (1650 CE, India) W.695
W.696 Single leaf of six spiritual teachers, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.696
W.697 Single leaf of a Portrait of Shahriyar, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.697
W.698 Single leaf of a Mughal court scene, Persian (1701 - 1799 CE, India) W.698
W.699 Single leaf of the Virgin and Child, no linguistic content (1600 CE, India) W.699
W.700 Single leaf of a portrait of Shah Jahan, Persian (1628 CE, India) W.700
W.701 Single leaf of Mullah Du Piyaza riding a horse, no linguistic content (1750 - 1799 CE, India) W.701
W.702 Single leaf of an elephant with mahout attacking four men, Persian (1575 CE, India) W.702
W.703 Single leaf of a portrait of Shah Jahan, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.703
W.704 Single leaf of an elephant attacking a horse and rider, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.704
W.705 Single leaf of a portrait of the emperor Jahangir, no linguistic content (1825 - 1875 CE, India) W.705
W.707 Single leaf of a falconer on horseback, Persian (1600 CE, Turkey) W.707
W.708 Single leaf of women bathing on the bank of a river, no linguistic content (1700 CE, India) W.708
W.709 Single leaf of a seated man with a flower, Persian (1700 CE, India) W.709
W.710 Single leaf of dancing girls, no linguistic content (1700 CE, India) W.710
W.711 Single leaf of a portrait of the Emperor Akbar, Sanskrit (1700 CE, India) W.711
W.712 Single leaf of a portrait of Lal Kunwar, no linguistic content (1700 CE, India) W.712
W.713 Single leaf of a portrait of Shah Abbas I, Persian (1700 CE, India) W.713
W.714 Single leaf of a Mughal emperor with a document, no linguistic content (1750 - 1850 CE, India) W.714
W.715 Single leaf of elephant combat, no linguistic content (1800 CE, India) W.715
W.719 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 - 1450 CE, Flanders) W.719
W.721 Book of Hours, Latin (1450 CE, Bruges (?)) W.721
W.728 Single leaf with Lutheran devotional design, German (1752 CE, Nuremberg, Germany) W.728
W.731 Single leaf from a short work on the Passion of Christ, Latin (1475 CE, Southern Germany) W.731
W.732 Single leaf and fragment with Crucifixion and colophon, Latin (1516 CE, Augsburg, Germany) W.732
W.733 Psalter, Greek, Ancient (to 1453) (1280 - 1320 CE, Eastern Mediterranean) W.733
W.734 Hyginus, Astronomica, Hyginus, C. Julius, Latin (1100 - 1200 CE, France, flyleaves and pastedown Italian) W.734
W.736 Certification of Arms and Genealogical Treatise, Don Ramon Zazo y Ôrtega, Spanish-- Castilian (1782 - 1782 CE, Madrid (Spain)) W.736
W.739 Fragment of the book of Exodus, Coptic (700 - 799 CE, Egypt) W.739
W.740 Salzburg sermons, Donatus, Aelius., German, Middle High (ca.1050-1500) (1450 - 1500 CE, Salzburg) W.740
W.743 Koran, Arabic (1853 CE, al-Qusṭanṭinīyah (Istanbul), Turkey) W.743
W.745 Single leaf of a seated man, no linguistic content (1630 CE, Iran) W.745
W.746 Single leaf of a man spinning cotton, Persian (1550 CE, Iran) W.746
W.747 Single leaf of a mounted figure attacked by a lion, Persian (1550 CE, Iran) W.747
W.748 Single leaf of a horseman, Persian (1550 CE, India) W.748
W.749 Single leaf of plowing and selling produce, Persian (1590 CE, Iran (Qazvin or Isfahan)) W.749
W.750 Four leaves from the Arabic version of Dioscorides' De materia medica, Dioscorides Pedanius, of Anazarbos, Arabic (1210 CE, Iran) W.750
W.751 Corvey Gospel fragment, Latin (940 - 975 CE, Corvey, Germany) W.751
W.754 Two leaves from an Antiphonary, Latin (1300 - 1325 CE, Regensburg, Germany) W.754
W.756 Single leaf from a gradual with the Assumption of the Virgin, Latin (1225 - 1275 CE, South Germany (or the Seitenstetten region of Austria?)) W.756
W.757 Leaf of a missal with the Crucifixion and Canon of the Mass, Latin (1075 - 1125 CE, South Germany (or Austrian Tyrol?)) W.757
W.759 Beaupre Antiphonary, Vol. 1, Latin (1290 CE, Hainaut) W.759
W.760 Beaupre Antiphonary, Vol. 2, Latin (1290 CE, Hainaut) W.760
W.761 Beaupre Antiphonary, Vol. 3, Latin (1290 CE, Hainaut) W.761
W.762 Beaupre Antiphonary, Vol. 4, Latin (1475 - 1500 CE, Hainaut) W.762
W.764 Vienna book of hours, German, Middle High (ca.1050-1500) (1460 - 1465 CE, Vienna, Austria) W.764
W.768 Ethiopic Psalter with Canticles, Song of Songs, and two hymns in praise of Mary, St. Yared the Aksumite priest, Geez (1700 - 1900 CE, Ethiopia) W.768
W.769 English Brasses, Woodcock, John, English (1949 CE, Kingsweed, Surrey, England) W.769
W.771 Album of Persian and Indian miniatures, calligraphy, and European engravings, Persian (1601 - 1886 CE, Iran, India, and Europe) W.771
W.782 Van Alphen Hours, Dutch-- Flemish (1440 - 1450 CE, Northern Netherlands) W.782
W.784 Ethiopian prayer book, Täklä Maryam, Geez (1930 - 1975 CE, Ethiopia) W.784
W.786 Processional, Latin (1475 - 1525 CE, Germany (Munich?)) W.786
W.788 Ethiopian scroll with angels and talismans, Geez (1700 - 1800 CE, Ethiopia) W.788
W.791 Ordinances of the Order of the Holy Spirit, Albert Racinet, French (1825 - 1875 CE) W.791
W.793 Henry of Huntingdon's Historia Anglorum, Henry, of Huntingdon, 1084?-1155, Latin (1220 - 1230 CE, Winchester (?), England) W.793
W.794 Single leaf of a Portuguese guard holding a double-pointed lance, Persian (1605 CE, India) W.794
W.796 Peter of Poitiers' Historical genealogy of Christ, Peter, of Poitiers, ca. 1130-1205, Latin (1200 - 1225 CE, England) W.796
W.805 Bible (part), Latin (1507 CE, Austria or Bohemia) W.805
W.808 Yusuf and Zulaykha, Jāmī, 1414-1492, Persian (1501 CE, Iran) W.808
W.812 Single leaf of an outdoor scene in the Safavid style, no linguistic content (1850 - 1900 CE, Iran or India) W.812
W.829 Anaphora of Mary (Mass book), Geez (1928 - 1942 CE, North of Addis Ababba, Ethiopia) W.829
W.834 Prayer book, Dutch-- Flemish (1475 CE, Netherlands, Delft (?)) W.834
W.835 Gondar Homiliary, Geez (1675 - 1700 CE, Gondar, Ethiopia) W.835
W.836 Ethiopian Gospels, Geez (1300 - 1350 CE, Tǝgray, Northern Ethiopia) W.836
W.838 Ethiopian canon tables, Eusebius, Caesariensis, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340, Geez (1375 - 1425 CE, Lake Tana, Ethiopia) W.838
W.839 Single leaf with Christ's entombment and resurrection, Geez (1375 - 1400 CE, Lake Tana, Ethiopia) W.839
W.840 Single leaf with Saint Luke, Geez (1375 - 1400 CE, Lake Tana, Ethiopia) W.840
W.842 Chapter 53 of the Book of Isaiah, English (1800 - 1899 CE, England) W.842
W.844 Two Ethiopian Prayer Books copied together, Geez (1700 - 1799 CE, Ethiopia) W.844
W.845 Ethiopian scroll with the Lion of Judah, Amharic (1800 - 1900 CE, Ethiopia) W.845
W.847 Book of English heraldry, English (1589 CE, England) W.847
W.848 Pardo, Description of Mr. Henry Walters' Collection of Oriental Royal Arms Etc., R. S. Pardo, English (1903 CE) W.848
W.850 Ethiopian Gospels, Geez (1500 - 1550 CE, Gunda Gunde, Tǝgray, Ethiopia) W.850
W.853I Koran W.853I
W.853II Koran W.853II
W.865 Single leaf of a nilgai, no linguistic content (1625 CE, India) W.865
W.873 Single leaf of an elephant in must during a hunt, Persian (1600 CE, India) W.873
W.874 Single leaf from Akbarnama by Abu Fazl, Abū al-Faz̤l ibn Mubārak, 1551-1602, Persian (1596 CE, India) W.874
W.876 Single leaf of Nayaka and attendants in leafy bowers, no linguistic content (1750 CE, Delhi (?)) W.876
W.889 Single leaf of a portrait of a ruler, no linguistic content (1700 CE, India) W.889
W.903 Single leaf of the Virgin and Child, no linguistic content (1600 CE, India) W.903
W.904 Single leaf of a pleasure pavilion, no linguistic content (1750 CE, India) W.904
W.912 Single leaf of Shah Sarmad and Prince Dara Shikoh, Persian (1700 CE, India) W.912
W.916 Fathers of the Solovetsky Monastery and their sufferings, Denisov, Simeon, 1682-1741, Russian (1800 CE, Russia) W.916
W.917 Apocalypse with patristic commentary, Andrew, Archbishop of Caesarea, Russian (1800 CE, Russia) W.917
W.918 Book of Hours in Dutch, Dutch-- Flemish (1470 CE, Zwolle, Netherlands) W.918
W.922 Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein, Latin (1614 - 1623 CE, Kaiserwerth and Fulda, Germany) W.922
W.934 Clothilde Missal, French (1906 CE, Molsheim, France) W.934
W.9151-3 Beaupré Antiphonary fragments W.9151-3
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