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Bodleian Library MS. Bodl. 264, The Romance of Alexander in French verse, 1338-44; 182r

The Romance of Alexander in French verse,

1244-1254 From Paris, FranceMorgan M.638 Maciejowski Bible

The Morgan Bible David returns victorious. Is the musician in the green dress playing maracas or castanets? Also what is the square thing?

MS. Bodl. 264 The Romance of Alexander in French verse 1338-44; with two sections added in England c. 1400 Folio 120v

264 The Romance of Alexander in French verse with two sections added in England c.

1338-1344, England

Bodley 264 Romance of Alexander Dating From England (exact location unknown)

Bodley 264 88v

folio 88 verso-The Romance of Alexander - MS. 264 © Bodleian Library-University of Oxford 1999

Manuscript:	Bodley 264 - Romance of Alexander  Folio:	51 Location:	England Dating:	1338 - 1344 Institution:	Bodleian Library

Manuscript: Bodley 264 - Romance of Alexander Folio: 51 Location: England Dating: 1338 - 1344 Institution: Bodleian Library

Detail of a man with bells among musical neumes, from the Gradual of Saint-Etienne of Toulouse, France (Toulouse), last quarter of the 11th-first quarter of the 12th century, Harley MS 4951, f. 299v - See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2015/07/happy-uncommon-musical-instrument-appreciation-day.html#sthash.FnKoayeE.dpuf

Unusual Musical Instruments - Detail of a man with bells among musical neumes, from the Gradual of Saint-Etienne of Toulouse, France (Toulouse), last quarter of the quarter of the century, Harley MS f. The British Library.