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Byzantine
ca. 1100
Amhara peoples
late 14th–early 15th century
Byzantine
late 1100s
Ottonian
1000–1100
Master of François de Rohan
1539–40
South Netherlandish
ca. 1500
Girolamo dai Libri
ca. 1490–1500
16th century
Johannes Nevizanus
1521
Girolamo dai Libri
1501–2
T'oros the Deacon
1311
French
ca. 1270–80
British
13th century
Cano de Aranda
1446–82
North Italian
early 15th century
Italian
ca. 1320
Jean Fouquet
ca. 1452–1460
Northeast French and German (Hildesheim)
last third 9th century (Mss)/ca. 1000 (front cover - second half 12th century)
Ja'far Baisunghuri
dated 835 AH/1431–32 CE
Ja'far Baisunghuri
835 AH/1431–32 CE
Master of the Barbo Missal
ca. 1457
Abraham Judah ben Yechiel of Camerino
1490
Armenian
1434/35
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409
Jean Pucelle
ca. 1324–28
Sultan Muhammad Nur
dated 920 AH/1514 CE
German (Hildesheim)
ca. 1015/refurbished ca. 1194
Francesco di Marco Marmitta da Parma
ca. 1500
Sultan 'Ali al-Mashhadi
text: dated 892 AH/1487 CE; illumination: ca. 1600
Spanish
ca. 1180
Spanish
ca. 1180
Simon Bening
1558
Spanish
ca. 1180
Muhammad al-Zanjani
dated 531 AH/1137 CE
Lorenzo Monaco (Piero di Giovanni)
ca. 1406–10
Andrea di Bartolo
ca. 1401–04
Carolingian
ca. 830–850
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
Gerard David
ca. 1485–90
dated 588 AH/1192–93 CE
Byzantine
1100–1300
Hatifi
dated 904 AH/1498–99 CE
Simon Bening
ca. 1530–35
Ahmad Nairizi
dated 1132 AH/1719–20 CE
Italian, Venice, Murano
ca. 1475–1500 (modern foot)
British
1466–67
Master of Claude de France
ca. 1510–1515
South Netherlandish
ca. 1140–60
Giovanni Pietro da Cemmo
ca. 1490
ca. 410 AH/1019–20 CE
ca. 1590–95
Fathallah Shirazi
ca. 1880
Spanish
1300–1350 (before 1366)
Byzantine
1080–1150
German (Hildesheim, St. Michael's)
1159/restored 1400
Illuminator Minas (?)
15th century
Spanish
after 1200
Master of the Franciscan Breviary
mid-15th century
first half 14th century (Mahzor); 1475–76 (printed book)
Maulana Azhar
ca. 1430