The calendar contains references, ending in 1404, to the duke’s family, and it includes Saint Hilary of Poitiers, a saint pertinent to the duke and his lands.
Millard Meiss summarized other reasons for identifying this manuscript as the duke’s : the text is written in the type of letters described in the ducal inventory and not seen in any other known and eligible manuscript; the manuscript in Paris contains the duke’s portrait and his arms in a picture of a funerary 53 (1971): 229.
, and she’s been raising eyebrows (and her own bangs line) at red carpet premieres for the film, but before you start getting delusions of Mikael Blomkvist grandeur you should know she is currently off the market.
) Charlie is also known for his hilarious twitter account @Charlie Mc Dowell, and the accompanying website deargirlsaboveme.com, which both feature hilarious notes to girls living about him.
Not sure if he still has girls living above him, but great concept.
I follow here the universal practice of referring to the Milan and Turin portions of the manuscript, no matter where the pages are now.
It is written on thinner parchment with more lines per page, smaller letters, and less decoration than we see on the other leaves.