Category:Peniarth 482D Vaux Passional

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Peniarth 482D Vaux Passional  wikidata:Q21541691 
Vaux Passional
Peniarth 482D Vaux Passional
Object type illuminated manuscript
Date c.1503-4
Medium Illumination on parchment
institution QS:P195,Q666063
Accession number
Peniarth MS 482D (National Library of Wales)
Object history Peniarth 482D is a manuscript written by one scribe, on parchment, probably in London, either in the late 15th century, or at the beginning of the 16th. As in the case of Peniarth MS 481D (The Battles of Alexander the Great), it is one of the most elaborately decorated medieval manuscripts in the Library, and a rare survival in its original binding. Its importance also lies in its connection to the Royal households of Henry VII and Henry VIII.
References Peniarth MS 482D
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Object location
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