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      The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 10 The Abingdon Chronicle, A.D. 956 - 1066 : (MS. C, with reference to BDE) : a reconstructed edition with introduction and indices / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

      Other titles
      • The Abingdon Chronicle, A.D. 956 - 1066.
      Published
      • Cambridge : D.S. Brewer 1996
      Physical description
      xc, 46 p.
      ISBN
      • 0859914666
      Notes
      • Text in Anglo-Saxon; introduction and notes in English.
      Summary
      • Scholars have long recognized that the earliest texts of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle have not survived, but 'The Abingdon Chronicle', edited here from British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius B.i, represents the first published attempt to reconstruct the textual source of several of the most important extant manuscripts in the Chronicle tradition (including MSS B, C, D and E) and to define as clearly as possible the contribution of Abingdon Abbey to its development. In his extensive, detailed introduction, Professor Conner explains why MS Cotton Tiberius B.i provides the best base text for this reconstruction, and breaks into logical groupings or 'fragments' the series of annals he find there. He then develops the textual history of each fragment separately, and from that work creates an edition of Abingdon's contribution to the most significant historiographical enterprise in pre-Conquest England. He also offers an alternative theory, arguing against current thinking, for the relationship between MSS B and C; locates evidence for a lost Abingdon 'house tradition' in the Abbey's twelfth-century cartularies; and suggests that the phenomenon of poetry in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle owes its origin and development to the efforts of Abingdon's tenth- and eleventh-century chroniclers. Professor PATRICK W. CONNER teaches in the Department of English, West Virginia University.
      • Review: A detailed and closely focused exercise in palaeography and text history. REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES
      Other names
      • Conner, Patrick W.
      Genre
      • Illustrated
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      Die Concordantiae caritatis des Ulrich von Lilienfeld : Edition des Codex Campililiensis 151 (um 1355) / Herbert Douteil ; herausgegeben von Rudolf Suntrup, Arnold Angenendt und Volker Honemann.

      Author
      • Ulrich von Lilienfeld fl. 1308-1358.
      Other titles
      • Concordantiae caritatis. German & Latin
      • Verzeichnisse, Quellenapparat, Register, Farbtafeln der Bildseiten der Handschrift
      Published
      • Münster : Aschendorff 2010
      Physical description
      2 v. (xl, 557; 695 p.) : col. facsims ; 33 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783402128053 (hardbound)
      • 3402128055 (hardbound)
      Notes
      • Includes facsimiles of all illustrations from the Lilienfeld ms. (p. 419-695).
      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
      • Latin text, with German translation on facing pages; introduction and editorial material in German.
      Other names
      • Douteil, Herbert.
      • Suntrup, Rudolf.
      • Angenendt, Arnold.
      • Honemann, Volker.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
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      Die Concordantiae caritatis des Ulrich von Lilienfeld : Edition des Codex Campililiensis 151 (um 1355) / Herbert Douteil ; herausgegeben von Rudolf Suntrup, Arnold Angenendt und Volker Honemann. Bd. 2, Verzeichnisse, Quellenapparat, Register, Farbtafeln der Bildseiten der Handschrift.

      Author
      • Ulrich von Lilienfeld fl. 1308-1358.
      Other titles
      • Concordantiae caritatis. German & Latin
      • Verzeichnisse, Quellenapparat, Register, Farbtafeln der Bildseiten der Handschrift
      Published
      • Münster : Aschendorff c2010
      Physical description
      695 p. : col. facsims. ; 33 cm.
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
      • Text in German, Middle High German or Latin.
      Other names
      • Douteil, Herbert.
      • Suntrup, Rudolf.
      • Angenendt, Arnold.
      • Honemann, Volker.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Birmingham University Printed

      2.2

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      Die Concordantiae caritatis des Ulrich von Lilienfeld : Edition des Codex Campililiensis 151 (um 1355) / Herbert Douteil ; herausgegeben von Rudolf Suntrup, Arnold Angenendt und Volker Honemann.

      Author
      • Ulrich von Lilienfeld fl. 1308-1358.
      Other titles
      • Concordantiae caritatis. German & Latin
      Published
      • Münster : Aschendorff 2010
      Physical description
      2 v. (xl, 557; 695 p.) : col. facsims ; 33 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783402128053 (hardbound)
      • 3402128055 (hardbound)
      Notes
      • Includes facsimiles of all illustrations from the Lilienfeld ms. (p. 419-695).
      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
      • Latin text, with German translation on facing pages; introduction and editorial material in German.
      Other names
      • Douteil, Herbert.
      • Suntrup, Rudolf.
      • Angenendt, Arnold.
      • Honemann, Volker.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      2.3

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      Die Concordantiae caritatis des Ulrich von Lilienfeld : Edition des Codex Campililiensis 151 (um 1355) / Herbert Douteil ; herausgegeben von Rudolf Suntrup, Arnold Angenendt und Volker Honemann.

      Author
      • Ulrich von Lilienfeld active 1308-1358.
      Other titles
      • Concordantiae caritatis. German & Latin
      Published
      • Münster : Aschendorff 2010
      Physical description
      2 v. (xl, 557; 695 p.) : col. facsims ; 33 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783402128053 (hardbound)
      • 3402128055 (hardbound)
      Notes
      • Includes facsimiles of all illustrations from the Lilienfeld ms. (p. 419-695).
      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
      • Latin text, with German translation on facing pages; introduction and editorial material in German.
      Other names
      • Douteil, Herbert.
      • Suntrup, Rudolf.
      • Angenendt, Arnold.
      • Honemann, Volker.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed
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      The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 (MS. C., with reference to BDE) / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

      Other titles
      • The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
      Edition
      A collaborative ed.
      Published
      • Woodbridge : Brewer 1996
      Physical description
      xc,46p. : ill., facsims. ; 24cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859914666
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      • Introduction in English, text in Anglo-Saxon.
      Summary
      • Scholars have long recognized that the earliest texts of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle have not survived, but 'The Abingdon Chronicle', edited here from British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius B.i, represents the first published attempt to reconstruct the textual source of several of the most important extant manuscripts in the Chronicle tradition (including MSS B, C, D and E) and to define as clearly as possible the contribution of Abingdon Abbey to its development. In his extensive, detailed introduction, Professor Conner explains why MS Cotton Tiberius B.i provides the best base text for this reconstruction, and breaks into logical groupings or 'fragments' the series of annals he find there. He then develops the textual history of each fragment separately, and from that work creates an edition of Abingdon's contribution to the most significant historiographical enterprise in pre-Conquest England. He also offers an alternative theory, arguing against current thinking, for the relationship between MSS B and C; locates evidence for a lost Abingdon 'house tradition' in the Abbey's twelfth-century cartularies; and suggests that the phenomenon of poetry in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle owes its origin and development to the efforts of Abingdon's tenth- and eleventh-century chroniclers. Professor PATRICK W. CONNER teaches in the Department of English, West Virginia University.
      • Review: A detailed and closely focused exercise in palaeography and text history. REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES
      Other names
      • Conner, Patrick W.
      Genre
      • Illustrated
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      3.1

      Title

      The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 (MS. C., with reference to BDE) / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

      Other titles
      • The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
      Edition
      A collaborative ed.
      Published
      • Woodbridge : Brewer 1996
      Physical description
      xc,46p. : ill., facsims. ; 24cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859914666
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      • Introduction in English, text in Anglo-Saxon.
      Other names
      • Conner, Patrick W.
      Genre
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. British Library Printed

      3.2

      Title

      The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 (MS. C., with reference to BDE) / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

      Other titles
      • Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
      Edition
      A collaborative ed.
      Published
      • Cambridge : Brewer 1996
      Physical description
      xc,46p : ill, facsims ; 24cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859914666
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      • Introduction in English, text in Anglo-Saxon
      Other names
      • Conner, Patrick W.
      Genre
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed
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      The index of Middle English Prose. Handlist 12 Smaller Bodleian collections : English miscellaneous, English poetry, English theology, Finch, Latin theology, Lyell, Radcliffe Trust ; Ralph Hanna III. / [By Hanna, Ralph.]

      Author
      • Hanna, Ralph.
      Published
      • Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK : D.S. Brewer 1997
      Physical description
      xxviii, 45 pages ; 29 cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859915212
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
      Summary
      • This latest volume in the series surveys the prose to be found in six smaller collections of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford: English miscellaneous, English poetry, English theology, Latin theology, Lyell, and the Radcliffe Trust. The manuscripts covered - including the largest in Middle English, the Vernon manuscript -provide a rich selection of Middle English prose classics: they catalogue a wealth of interesting material, texts on astronomy and heraldry; macaronic sermons;Lollard tracts; and a heretofore unnoticed fragment of Love's Mirror. In the lengthy critical introduction, Professor Hanna assesses the importance of Vernon as a record of religious prose, the relationship of 'the tradition' recorded in Vernon to other forms of religious prose, and the impulses underlying miscellanies designed to offer religious instruction. RALPH HANNAis Professor of English at University of California Riverside, and University Lecturer in Palaeography and Fellow of Keble College, University of Oxford. Professor RALPH HANNAteaches at the University of California at Riverside.
      Other names
      • Bodleian Library.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Catalogue
      • text
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      1. Edinburgh University Printed
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      English cursive book hands, 1250-1500. / [By Parkes, M. B. (Malcolm Beckwith)]

      Author
      • Parkes, M. B. (Malcolm Beckwith)
      Edition
      Repr. with minor revisions.
      Published
      • London, 1979
      ISBN
      • 0859675351
      Summary
      • First published in 1969, English Cursive Book Hands rapidly established itself as a key resource for the study and teaching of palaeography. It covers the changes in handwriting that arose from the mid-twelfth century, tracking the growth and development of the cursive script that came to dominate book production in medieval England. This reprint is a re-issue of the 1979 second edition published by Scolar Press. This study sets out the nature of the developments which took place in English book hands, from the mid-twelfth century, largely determined by two factors: the increasing demand for books, and the increase in the size of the works to be copied. The secularization of learning and the rise of the universities created a voracious demand for texts and commentaries. At the same time improving standards of literacy led to a demand from a wide range of patrons for books of a more general nature. In such circumstances speed and ease of writing became increasingly important. Scribes began to use different kinds of handwriting for different classes of books, and as a result a new 'hierarchy' of scripts arose, each with its own sequence of development. Towards the end of the thirteenth century the cursive script which had recently been evolved for the preparation of documents was introduced into books. A hierarchy also arose in the cursive script itself, as scribes began to devise more than one way of writing depending on the degree of formality they required. Eventually the varieties of cursive usurped the functions of other scripts in the copying of nearly all kinds of books and documents. English Cursive Book Hands illustrates the developments which took place in the cursive handwriting used in England for writing books.
      • Review: 'Few palaeographical handbooks achieve the status of classics, but Malcolm Parkes's English Cursive Book Hands 1250-1500 is beyond doubt one of them. Since it was first published in 1969 the accuracy of its judgements and the lapidary manner in which they are expressed have rendered it the touchstone for the description and analysis of later medieval English handwriting. It is a work of permanent significance, and its reappearance in a second reprint will be universally welcomed.' Richard Beadle, University of Cambridge, UK 'This is avowedly a teaching book, one from which a teacher can teach others, or a learner can teach himself.' Speculum 1971
      Genre
      • text
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=English%20cursive%20book%20hands%2C%201250-1500.
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      • Printed

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      1. Edinburgh University Printed
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      The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol.5 MS.C / edited by Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe.

      Published
      • Woodbridge : Brewer 2001
      Physical description
      cxxi, 150 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859914917
      Notes
      • The C-text of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is found in London, British Library, MS. Cotton Tiberius B. i, fos 115v-164r.
      • Includes bibliographical references
      • Text in Anglo-Saxon; introd. and notes in English.
      Summary
      • This volume presents a semi-diplomatic edition of the text of MS C (London, British Library Cotton, Tiberius B.I). Usually referred to as "the Abingdon Chronicle", it was substantially copied in the mid-eleventh century and continued to be so sporadically thereafter; the supplement to its abrupt ending by a twelfth-century reader suggests that it was still of interest in the period after the Conquest. The C-text is an important source of information for the reign of Edward the Confessor, and it brings a unique political perspective to the ascendency of Godwine and his sons. The traditional association of the text, manuscript or both with the reformed monastery of Abingdon has been an important feature of the current understanding of the interrelationships among the several texts of the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicle". The present edition examines the various arguments for associating the C-text with Abingdon and the difficulties inherent in these arguments. It brings to bear evidence from the palaeography and codicology of the manuscript as well as text historical and linguistic evidence. The introduction to the text considers the different strands composing the C-text, and the close relationships of this text to MSS B, D, and E, and the volume is completed with indices of persons, peoples and places. Professor Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe teaches in the Department of English at the University of Notre Dame.
      • Review: Filled with a wealth of valuable detail... a major work. (A's) careful readings of manuscript and textual evidence provide crucial new insights into the central questions that concern the Chronicle's development and the development of the C-text in particular. SPECULUM AN authoritative edition. JOURNAL OF ENGLISH AND GERMANIC PHILOLOGY
      Other names
      • O'Brien O'Keeffe, Katherine 1948-
      Genre
      • Illustrated
      • text
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      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Anglo-Saxon%20chroniclea%20collaborative%20edition.Vol.5MS.C
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      1. Edinburgh University Printed
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      Title

      Lettere originali del Medioevo Latino (VII-XI sec.). I Italia / a cura di Armando Petrucci ... [et al.].

      Published
      • Pisa : Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa 2002
      Physical description
      58 p., 1 plate (folding) : ill. ; 31 cm.
      Notes
      • At head of title page: Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Centro di Cultura Medievale.
      • "Specimen".
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      • Text in Italian or Latin.
      Other names
      • Petrucci, Armando.
      • Scuola Normale Superiore (Italy). Centro di Cultura Medievale.
      Direct Link
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      Apocalypse 1313.

      Other titles
      • Bible. N.T. Revelation. Old French. Bibliotheque Nationale. Manuscript. Fr. 13096.
      Published
      • Barcelona : Moleiro 2006
      Physical description
      166 leaves [leaf 165 damaged] : ill., col. facsims. ; 24 cm.
      ISBN
      • 8496400174 (hbk.)
      Notes
      • Issued in slipcase 25 x 18 cm.
      • Title from sheet attached to inside back cover.
      • Full-colour facsimile edition of a work first produced in France 1313 and signed by its illuminator Colin Chadelve.
      • Edition limited to 987 copies.
      • Main text in Old French, with publisher's information in Modern French and English.
      Other names
      • Chadelve, Colin.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Apocalypse%201313.
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      • Printed
    9. Search result: 9.

      Title

      Palaeography and medieval history : books from the collection of K. W. Humphreys : catalogue 1205. / [By Maggs Bros.]

      Author
      • Maggs Bros.
      Series
      • Maggs Bros. Catalogue 1205.
      Published
      • London : Maggs Bros 1996
      Physical description
      [65] p. ; 21 cm.
      Other names
      • Humphreys, K. W. (Kenneth William) 1916-1994.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Palaeography%20and%20medieval%20historybooks%20from%20the%20collection
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    10. Search result: 10.

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      Ein flämisches Stundenbuch : Einleitung zur Faksimile-Ausgabe des Gent-Brügger Kodexes, der unter der Signatur Cod. lat. 205 in der Széchényi-Nationalbibliothek in Budapest aufbewahrt wird / Tünde Wehli ; [aus dem Ungarishcen übertragen von Ágnes Vályi Nagy].

      Author
      • Wehli, Tünde.
      Other titles
      • Flamand hóráskönyv. German
      Published
      • [Budapest] : Corvina/Helikon 1989, c1986
      Physical description
      2 v. : col. ill. ; 9 x 6 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9631325741
      • 9789631325744
      • 9632080149
      • 9789632080147
      Notes
      • Very small volumes - facsimile in Latin; commentary in German.
      • Translation of: A flamand hóráskönyv.
      • Title from commentary volume.
      • Originally published: Budapest, 1986.
      • Commentary volume includes bibliographical references.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Ein%20fla%CC%88misches%20StundenbuchEinleitung%20zur%20Faksimile-Ausgabe
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      Frankland : the Franks and the world of early Medieval Europe / essays in honour of Dame Jinty Nelson ; edited by Paul Fouracre and David Ganz.

      Published
      • Manchester, England ; New York : Manchester Univ Press 2008
      Physical description
      xvi, 340 p. : 1 port. ; 24 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9780719076695
      • 0719076692
      Summary
      • This collection of highly original essays by leading early medieval historians honours the work and career of Dame Janet (Jinty) Nelson, one of the most respected and influential scholars of her generation. The essays build on the spirit of Janet Nelson's work by linking the study of Francia with at least one other area or general theme of early medieval history. The papers range across all of the regions of Europe affected by Frankish culture and explore themes which reflect the cutting edge of the work she inspired: memory, queenship, the treatment of prisoners of war, penance, the use of property, historiography, palaeography, prosopography and religious organization. The volume includes an appreciation of her career, and is rounded off by a topical index to highlight its thematic aspects. The contributors are drawn from those who have worked alongside Janet Nelson and from some of her former students. They include David Bates, Stephen Baxter, Wendy Davies, Paul Fouracre and David Ganz.
      Other names
      • Fouracre, Paul.
      • Ganz, David.
      • Nelson, Janet L. (Janet Laughland) 1942-
      Genre
      • Festschrift
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Franklandthe%20Franks%20and%20the%20world%20of%20early%20Medieval
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      1. Newcastle University Printed
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      The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 6 MS D ; edited by G.P. Cubbin.

      Published
      • Woodbridge : D. S. Brewer 1996
      Physical description
      192 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
      ISBN
      • 0859914674
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      Summary
      • 'Ranks among the best work on the vernacular texts undertaken this century. In its clarity of thought and expression it is a model to emulate.' MEDIUM AEVUM G.P. Cubbin's important introduction accompanying this edition argues for MS Dhaving been created in about 1060 by copying two other Chronicle-manuscripts, thus reducing the number of versions of the Chronicleto three, and simplifying issues of interrelationship. Strong evidence is produced for the work being carriedout in or near Worcester; and another new and unexpected finding is that D itself became the source of other versions of the Chroniclefor the mid-eleventh century. Linguistic analysis considers unusual features of the manuscript and supports the new history presented here. Dr G.P. CUBBINis Lecturer in German at the University of Cambridge.
      • Review: Ranks among the best work on the vernacular texts undertaken this century. In its clarity of thought and expression it is a model to emulate. MEDIUM AEVUM
      Other names
      • Cubbin, G. P.
      Genre
      • text
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Anglo-Saxon%20chroniclea%20collaborative%20edition.Vol.%206MS
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      1. Edinburgh University Printed
    13. Search result: 13.

      Title

      La Biblioteca Capitolare : monumenti di cultura e d'arte veronesi / a cura della Banca Mutua Popolare di Verona.

      Author
      • Biblioteca Capitolare di Verona.
      Published
      • [Verona : Banca Mutua Popolare ca. 1980?]
      Physical description
      [12] postcards : col. ill., music ; 16 x 24 cm.
      Notes
      • Issued in folder.
      • Title/statement of responsbility from front cover.
      • Descriptions in Italian, illustrations with Latin texts.
      Other names
      • Banca Mutua Popolare di Verona.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=La%20Biblioteca%20Capitolaremonumenti%20di%20cultura%20e%20d'arte
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      • Visual
    14. Search result: 14.

      Title

      Scheda di censimento delle legature medievali / coordinato da Carlo Federici ; composto da Denis Carvin, Konstantinos Houlis, Francesca Pascalicchio.

      Author
      • Federici, Carlo.
      Published
      • Roma : Enidata : Istituto Centrale per la Patologia del Libro ca. 1990
      Physical description
      2 v. (134; 81 p.) : ill. ; 30 cm.
      Notes
      • Titles/imprints from front covers.
      • At head of title page: Istituto Centrale per la Patologia del Libro, Gruppo di Lavoro sulla Legatura Medievale.
      Other names
      • Carvin, Denis.
      • Houlis, Konstantinos.
      • Pascalicchio, Francesca.
      • Istituto Centrale per la Patologia del Libro. Gruppo di Lavoro sulla Legatura Medievale.
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      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Scheda%20di%20censimento%20delle%20legature%20medievali
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      • Printed
    15. Search result: 15.

      Title

      Codici miniati laurenziani per un catalogo. 1 / Annarosa Garzelli.

      Author
      • Garzelli, Annarosa.
      Other titles
      • Critica d'arte.
      Published
      • Firenze : Vallechi Editore [?] 1975 [?]
      Physical description
      p. 19-38 : ill. ; 27 cm.
      Notes
      • From: Critica d'arte ; fasc. 143.
      • Includes bibliographical references.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Codici%20miniati%20laurenziani%20per%20un%20catalogo.1
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      • Printed
    16. Search result: 16.

      Title

      Codici miniati laurenziani appunti per un catalogo. 2 / Annarosa Garzelli.

      Author
      • Garzelli, Annarosa.
      Other titles
      • Critica d'arte.
      Published
      • Firenze : Vallechi Editore [?] ca. 1975
      Physical description
      p. 25-40 : ill. ; 27 cm.
      Notes
      • From: Critica d'arte ; fasc. 144.
      • Includes bibliographical references.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/717171?style=html&title=Codici%20miniati%20laurenziani%20appunti%20per%20un%20catalogo.2
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    17. Search result: 17.

      Title

      A checklist of manuscripts, mostly medieval, in the Takamiya Collection, 31 March 1980.

      Other titles
      • Manuscripts, mostly medieval, in the Takamiya Collection
      Published
      • [S.l. : s.n.] 1980
      Physical description
      [5] leaves of typescript in plastic folder ; 36 cm.
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    18. Search result: 18.

      Title

      Regia carmina : dedicati a Roberto d'Angiò Re di Sicilia e di Gerusalemme / Convenevole da Prato = Regia carmina : ad Robertum Andecavensem Corona Sicula et Hierosolymitana Insignem ; Convenevolis Pratensis.

      Author
      • Convenevole da Prato d. ca. 1340.
      Other titles
      • Translation: Regia carmina : ad Robertum Andecavensem Corona Sicula et Hierosolymitana Insignem
      Published
      • [Prato] : Gruppo Bibliofili Pratesi c1982
      Physical description
      2 v. (141 p.; 30 leaves of col. facsims.) : col. ill., coats of arms, music, ports. ; 34 cm.
      Notes
      • Bound in full goatskin [?] with gold tooling.
      • The authorship of this work is usually attributed to Convenevole da Prato.
      • "Riproduzione gentilmente concessa dalla British Library di Londra dell'originale ms 6, E. IX" -- T.p. verso.
      • Edition limited to 2,000 copies.
      • Bibliography: vol. 1, p. 32.
      • Commentary volume mainly in Italian, with parallel texts in Latin with Italian translation; facsimile volume in Latin.
      Other names
      • Grassi, Cesare.
      • Ciatti, Marco.
      • Petri, Aldo.
      Genre
      • Illustrated
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      The index of Middle English prose. Handlist 12 Smaller Bodleian collections: English miscellaneous, English poetry, English theology, Finch, Latin theology, Radcliffe Trust / [compiled by] Ralph Hanna III.

      Other titles
      • Smaller Bodleian collections: English miscellaneous, English poetry, English theology, Finch, Latin theology, Radcliffe Trust.
      Published
      • Cambridge : D.S. Brewer 1997
      Physical description
      xxviii, 45 p.
      ISBN
      • 0859915212
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references.
      Summary
      • This latest volume in the series surveys the prose to be found in six smaller collections of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford: English miscellaneous, English poetry, English theology, Latin theology, Lyell, and the Radcliffe Trust. The manuscripts covered - including the largest in Middle English, the Vernon manuscript -provide a rich selection of Middle English prose classics: they catalogue a wealth of interesting material, texts on astronomy and heraldry; macaronic sermons;Lollard tracts; and a heretofore unnoticed fragment of Love's Mirror. In the lengthy critical introduction, Professor Hanna assesses the importance of Vernon as a record of religious prose, the relationship of 'the tradition' recorded in Vernon to other forms of religious prose, and the impulses underlying miscellanies designed to offer religious instruction. RALPH HANNAis Professor of English at University of California Riverside, and University Lecturer in Palaeography and Fellow of Keble College, University of Oxford. Professor RALPH HANNAteaches at the University of California at Riverside.
      Other names
      • Hanna, Ralph.
      • Bodleian Library.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
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      The Oxford companion to the book. Volume 1 essays A-C [&]. Volume 2 D-Z / edited by Michael F. Suarez and H.R. Woudhuysen.

      Other titles
      • Oxford companion to the book : essays
      • History of the book throughout the ages
      Published
      • Oxford : Oxford University Press 2010
      Physical description
      2 vol. ; lxv, 653, xi, 654-1327 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9780198606536 (set)
      Notes
      • Title on slipcase: History of the book throughout the ages.
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      Summary
      • The Oxford Companion to the Book is a unique work of reference, covering the book, broadly conceived, throughout the world from ancient to modern times. It includes traditional subjects such as bibliography, palaeography, the history of printing, editorial theory and practice, textual criticism, book collecting, and libraries, but it also engages with newer disciplines such as the history of the book and the electronic book. It pays particular attention to how different societies shape books and how books shape societies. The two-volume work is organized in two parts, totalling a million words. The first part is a substantial series of introductory essays, making up about a third of the text. Nineteen of the essays provide generic histories of the subject ranging from writing systems, the ancient and the medieval book, through central aspects of book production, to theories of text, editorial theory and textual criticism, the economics of print, and the sacred book. These are complemented by 29 surveys of the history of the book around the world, including the Muslim world, Asia, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa. The second part of the Companion comprises an A-Z section of over 5,000 entries on every aspect of this exceptionally rich and diverse subject, ranging from brief definitions and biographical entries to more extensive treatments of up to 2,000 words. The two parts are linked by thorough cross-referencing (both between and within the sections) and the whole is also served by a general index and a classified index of entries. The text is illustrated throughout with reproductions, diagrams, and examples of various typographical features. The contents of the book have been planned around the following scheme which aptly illustrates the breadth and depth of this most interdisciplinary of subjects: book genres of every kind including dictionaries, government documents, and music all aspects of the physical book, and a generous coverage of individual bookbinders, paper-makers, typographers, type-founders, and designers authorship, including issues of attribution, authors' societies and communities, forgeries and hoaxes the entire reproduction process over the centuries (in both Asia and the West), not forgetting individual engravers, illuminators, and illustrators printers and publishers around the world, plus book-trade organizations, and patronage intellectual property issues distribution and sales, comprising international coverage of booksellers, as well as book clubs, auction houses, and advertising preservation, covering not only libraries and library systems but also individual collectors, librarians, and professional associations suppression of the book, including censorship and stamp acts, and issues surrounding blasphemy and pornography scholarship, covering bibliography, editions, and scholarly centres and organizations, as well as numerous individual scholars in all parts of the world aspects of reading and reception, including book organizations and literary prizes a broad range of periodicals encompassing literary, professional and trade, and scholarly and bibliophile interests named manuscripts, scripts, and individual scribes and calligraphers individual books as exemplars of book history The Companion is the only reference book of its kind in the field. It has been written by 400 of the world's best scholars in bibliography and book history, and will have an international readership. As appropriate to its subject matter, the finished book is designed to be both exceptionally practical and aesthetically pleasing.
      • The Oxford Companion to the Book is a unique work of reference, covering the book, broadly conceived, throughout the world from ancient to modern times. It includes traditional subjects such as bibliography, palaeography, the history of printing, editorial theory and practice, textual criticism, book collecting, and libraries, but it also engages with newer disciplines such as the history of the book and the electronic book. It pays particular attention to how different societies shape books and how books shape societies. The two-volume work is organized in two parts, totalling a million words. The first part is a substantial series of introductory essays, making up about a third of the text. Nineteen of the essays provide generic histories of the subject ranging from writing systems, the ancient and the medieval book, through central aspects of book production, to theories of text, editorial theory and textual criticism, the economics of print, and the sacred book. These are complemented by 29 surveys of the history of the book around the world, including the Muslim world, Asia, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa. The second part of the Companion comprises an A-Z section of over 5,000 entries on every aspect of this exceptionally rich and diverse subject, ranging from brief definitions and biographical entries to more extensive treatments of up to 2,000 words. The two parts are linked by thorough cross-referencing (both between and within the sections) and the whole is also served by a general index and a classified index of entries. The text is illustrated throughout with reproductions, diagrams, and examples of various typographical features. The contents of the book have been planned around the following scheme which aptly illustrates the breadth and depth of this most interdisciplinary of subjects: book genres of every kind including dictionaries, government documents, and music all aspects of the physical book, and a generous coverage of individual bookbinders, paper-makers, typographers, type-founders, and designers authorship, including issues of attribution, authors' societies and communities, forgeries and hoaxes the entire reproduction process over the centuries (in both Asia and the West), not forgetting individual engravers, illuminators, and illustrators printers and publishers around the world, plus book-trade organizations, and patronage intellectual property issues distribution and sales, comprising international coverage of booksellers, as well as book clubs, auction houses, and advertising preservation, covering not only libraries and library systems but also individual collectors, librarians, and professional associations suppression of the book, including censorship and stamp acts, and issues surrounding blasphemy and pornography scholarship, covering bibliography, editions, and scholarly centres and organizations, as well as numerous individual scholars in all parts of the world aspects of reading and reception, including book organizations and literary prizes a broad range of periodicals encompassing literary, professional and trade, and scholarly and bibliophile interests named manuscripts, scripts, and individual scribes and calligraphers individual books as exemplars of book history The Companion is the only reference book of its kind in the field. It has been written by 400 of the world's best scholars in bibliography and book history, and will have an international readership. As appropriate to its subject matter, the finished book is designed to be both exceptionally practical and aesthetically pleasing.
      • Review: Highly ambitious, sumptuously produced, it combines extended essays with encyclopaedic entries covering all aspects of books and print culture. This is a stupendous work, featuring over 1,000,000 words, fifty-one essays, 5,160 entries, elegant binding, and fine paper. Weighty both in size and scholarship, the volume is rich with material on international book history trends and subjects. David Finkelstein, Years Work in English Studies At a time in our history when the future of the book is so often called into question, Oxford, as usual, produces what will likely be-for the foreseeable future-the final word on the subject, and in such a concise format. Ken Black, Booklist Oxford has gone out of its way to make the work as accessible as possible. Ken Black, Booklist Highly recommended for academics and large public libraries. Ken Black, Booklist A bibliophile's paradise. The Daily Telegraph No scholarly library can do without it...The book is well organised, cross-references and illustrated. Michael Alexander, The Tablet If you like books, you'll like this one. Michael Alexander, The Tablet What a delight...Just the briefest of visits to the 'OCB' ensnares the browser. Tim Martin, Financial Times Fabulous...the 'Oxford Companion to the Book' is perfect. It is certainly monumental...It's also beautiful. James McConnachie, Culture, The Sunday Times Delicious bookbinding features...ingenious "thematic index of entries" allows purposeful exploration. James McConnachie, Culture, The Sunday Times ... a godsend to challenged librarians, and to teachers of classes on any aspect of "the Book", and a rich lucky dip for the general reader. Arthur Freeman, Times Literary Supplement This magnificent reference work is a tribute to - and celebration of - a revolutionary invention. Noel Malcolm, Sunday Telegraph These magnificent two volumes represent the end of an era. Buy them while you can, before the latest revolution has swept their kind aside. Noel Malcolm, Sunday Telegraph An extraordinary tour de force, a cornucopia of bookish information...These volumes, then, are a paradise for book-lovers Noel Malcolm, Sunday Telegraph
      Other names
      • Suarez, Michael F. 1960- [editor]
      • Woudhuysen, H. R. [editor]
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Encyclopedia
      • Illustrated
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      The history of the book in the West.

      Other titles
      • History of the book in the West : a library of critical essays.
      Published
      • Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate c2010
      Physical description
      v. 1. ( xxxii, 515 p.) : ill., facsims. ; 25 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9780754627739 (v. 1)
      Summary
      • This selection of papers by major scholars introduces students to the history of the book in the West from late Antiquity to the publication of the "Gutenberg Bible" and the beginning of the print revolution. The collection opens with wide-ranging papers on handwriting and the physical make-up of the book. In the second group of papers the emphasis is on the 'look' of the book, complemented by a third group dealing with scribes, readers and the availability of books. The editors' introduction provides an overview of the medieval book.
      Other names
      • Roberts, Jane.
      • Robinson, Pamela (Pamela R.)
      Genre
      • Illustrated
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      The history of the book in the West.

      Other titles
      • History of the book in the West : a library of critical essays.
      Published
      • Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate c2010
      Physical description
      v. 1. ( xxxii, 515 p.) : ill., facsims. ; 25 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9780754627739 (v. 1)
      Other names
      • Roberts, Jane.
      • Robinson, Pamela (Pamela R.)
      Genre
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      21.2

      Title

      The history of the book in the West.

      Other titles
      • The history of the book in the West : a library of critical essays
      Published
      • Farnham : Ashgate c2010
      Physical description
      1 v. : ill., facsims. ; 25 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9780754627739 (v. 1)
      Other names
      • Roberts, Jane Annette.
      • Robinson, Pamela (Pamela R.)
      Genre
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. University College London Printed
    22. Search result: 22.

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      Die Lieder des Bakchylides. T.2 : Text,Übersetzung und Kommentar / Herwig Maehler.

      Author
      • Bacchylides.
      Series
      • Mnemosyne. Bibliotheca classica Batava. Supplementum ; 167
      • Ediční řada Mnemosyne.. Bibliotheca classica Batava. ; Supplementum ; 167.
      Published
      • Leiden : Brill 1997
      Physical description
      xi,381 pages ; 25 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9004064095
      • 9004106715
      Notes
      • Parallel Greek text and German translation, Greek introduction and commentary.
      Summary
      • This is the first complete commentary for ninety years on the surviving poems of Bacchylides. Part I, covering the Victory Odes, was published in 1982. Part II, with the Dithyrambs and the fragments of Bacchylides' other books, now completes the work. Like the first part, this volume contains an introduction, the Greek text with facing German prose translation, the commentary, and the indices to Parts I and II. Bacchylides, a contemporary of Pindar, was one of the nine "classical" lyric poets whose songs were collected, edited and studied by the scholars of Alexandria. The commentary, in addition to providing linguistic and factual information, aims to highlight the poet's qualities of style and composition which have so far been generally underrated.
      Other names
      • Maehler, Herwig [editor]
      Genre
      • text
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      MS. Junius 11 : a digital facsimile of Oxford, Bodleian Library / editor, Bernard J. Muir ; software, Nick Kennedy.

      Series
      • Bodleian digital texts ; 1
      • Bodleian digital texts ; 1.
      Other titles
      • Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Junius 11.
      • Junius 11
      • Caedmon manuscript. English.
      • Caedmon manuscript. Old English.
      Published
      • Oxford 2004. : Bodleian Library
      Physical description
      1 CD-ROM : illustrations (colour) ; 4.75 in.
      ISBN
      • 1851240845
      Notes
      • Title from container.
      • System requirements for PC and MAC: Operating system: Microsoft Windows 98 or higher; MAC OS 9.x and MAC OS X 10.3+ ; RAM Mb minimum. Screen resolution: recommended minimum 1024x768. Software: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5+ (PC), 5.2+ (Mac).
      • Text in English and Old English.
      Summary
      • Of the four major surviving manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon poetry, MS. Junius 11 is the only one which is illustrated. This tenth-century manuscript contains four poems based on the Old and New Testaments: Genesis A and B, Exodus, Daniel, and Christ and Satan. It was given by Francis Junius in 1677 to the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. For the first time, the entire manuscript is available here in an innovative, highly accessible format. The CD contains images of each opening and each page of the manuscript, visible at high magnification, and a 'live' transcription and translation of the poems with hyperlinks, allowing powerful global searches across the entire text. A full translation of the entire text is also linked to the transcription and the relevant manuscript page. The CD also includes high resolution images of all the drawings and initials in the manuscript, and exterior photographs of its medieval binding. The powerful and realistic magnifier makes it possible to zoom in on the manuscript pages with varying degrees of magnification. The meaning and importance of the drawings are discussed in a detailed introduction and commentary, supplemented by a full bibliography. This exciting, ground-breaking CD will appeal to all scholars and students of Anglo-Saxon literature, art, history, and culture, as well as to bibliophiles and collectors.
      • Review: 'Simple and user-friendly, but effective ... a tour de force ... This first facsimile edition in the Bodleian Digital Texts series is a tremendous contribution to the world of medieval manuscript and literary study.' - Medium AEvum
      Other names
      • Muir, Bernard James [editor]
      • Kennedy, Nick (Nicholas B.) [programmer]
      • Bodleian Library [issuing body]
      Genre
      • still image
      • text
      Direct Link
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      MS. Junius 11 / editor, Bernard J. Muir ; software Nick Kennedy.

      Series
      • Bodleian digital texts ; 1
      Other titles
      • Bodleian Library. Manuscript. Junius 11.
      Published
      • Oxford : Bodleian Library 2004
      Physical description
      1 CD-ROM.
      ISBN
      • 1851240845
      Notes
      • A digital facsimile of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Junius 11.
      Other names
      • Junius, Franciscus 1589-1677.
      • Kennedy, Nick.
      • Muir, Bernard J.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Birmingham University Printed

      23.2

      Title

      MS. Junius 11 : a digital facsimile of Oxford, Bodleian Library / editor, Bernard J. Muir ; software, Nick Kennedy.

      Series
      • Bodleian digital texts ; 1
      • Bodleian digital texts ; 1.
      Other titles
      • Junius 11
      • Caedmon manuscript. English.
      • Caedmon manuscript. Old English.
      Published
      • Oxford 2004. : Bodleian Library
      Physical description
      1 CD-ROM : illustrations (colour) ; 4.75 in.
      ISBN
      • 1851240845
      Notes
      • Title from container.
      • System requirements for PC and MAC: Operating system: Microsoft Windows 98 or higher; MAC OS 9.x and MAC OS X 10.3+ ; RAM Mb minimum. Screen resolution: recommended minimum 1024x768. Software: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5+ (PC), 5.2+ (Mac).
      • Text in English and Old English.
      Other names
      • Muir, Bernard James [editor]
      • Kennedy, Nick (Nicholas B.) [programmer]
      • Bodleian Library [issuing body]
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      • still image
      • text
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        The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 : (Ms. C, with reference to BDE) : a reconstructed edition with introduction and indices / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

        Other titles
        • Anglo-Saxon chronicle.
        • Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066
        • Abingdon chronicle
        • British Museum. Manuscript. Cotton MS, Tiberius B. I.
        • Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
        Published
        • Cambridge : D. S. Brewer 1996
        Physical description
        xc, 46 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
        ISBN
        • 0859914666
        Notes
        • Includes bibliographical references and index.
        Summary
        • Scholars have long recognized that the earliest texts of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle have not survived, but 'The Abingdon Chronicle', edited here from British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius B.i, represents the first published attempt to reconstruct the textual source of several of the most important extant manuscripts in the Chronicle tradition (including MSS B, C, D and E) and to define as clearly as possible the contribution of Abingdon Abbey to its development. In his extensive, detailed introduction, Professor Conner explains why MS Cotton Tiberius B.i provides the best base text for this reconstruction, and breaks into logical groupings or 'fragments' the series of annals he find there. He then develops the textual history of each fragment separately, and from that work creates an edition of Abingdon's contribution to the most significant historiographical enterprise in pre-Conquest England. He also offers an alternative theory, arguing against current thinking, for the relationship between MSS B and C; locates evidence for a lost Abingdon 'house tradition' in the Abbey's twelfth-century cartularies; and suggests that the phenomenon of poetry in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle owes its origin and development to the efforts of Abingdon's tenth- and eleventh-century chroniclers. Professor PATRICK W. CONNER teaches in the Department of English, West Virginia University.
        • Review: A detailed and closely focused exercise in palaeography and text history. REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES
        Other names
        • Conner, Patrick W.
        • British Library. Cotton Tiberius B i.
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        The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 (MS. C, with reference to BDE) : a reconstructed edition with introduction and indices / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

        Other titles
        • Anglo-Saxon chronicle.
        • The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
        Published
        • Woodbridge : Brewer 1996
        Physical description
        xc,46p ; 24cm.
        ISBN
        • 0859914666
        Other names
        • Conner, Patrick W.
        Format
        • Printed

        Held At:

        1. Cambridge University Printed

        24.2

        Title

        The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 (MS. C, with reference to BDE) : a reconstructed edition with introduction and indices / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

        Other titles
        • British Museum. Manuscript. Cotton MS, Tiberius B. I.
        • Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066.
        Published
        • Cambridge : D.S. Brewer 1996
        Physical description
        128p : ill ; 24cm.
        ISBN
        • 0859914666
        Notes
        • Includes bibliographical references and index.
        Other names
        • Conner, Patrick W.
        Format
        • Printed

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        1. Leicester University Printed

        24.3

        Title

        The Anglo-Saxon chronicle : a collaborative edition. Vol. 10 The Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066 : (Ms. C, with reference to BDE) : a reconstructed edition with introduction and indices / edited by Patrick W. Conner.

        Other titles
        • Abingdon chronicle, A.D. 956-1066
        • Abingdon chronicle
        Published
        • Cambridge : D. S. Brewer 1996
        Physical description
        xc, 46 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
        ISBN
        • 0859914666
        Notes
        • Includes bibliographical references and index.
        Other names
        • Conner, Patrick W.
        • British Library. Cotton Tiberius B i.
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        • Printed

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        Record of the seventh conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists.

        Published
        • University of Cambridge 1996
        ISBN
        • 0521571472
        Summary
        • Material evidence brought to light in this book includes a niello disc from Limpsfield Grange (Surrey) and two fragments of a composite Old English homily discovered in Westminster Abbey. Many previously accepted scholarly positions are reassessed and challenged. A comprehensive assessment of the palaeography of the Exeter Book situates it in the context of late tenth-century book production, and shows that there are no grounds for thinking that the manuscript originated in Exeter itself and that its origin must as yet remain unknown. As always, the interpretation of Old English poetry figures largely in this book. One of the most intriguing of the Old English riddles is explained convincingly. The influence of Aldhelm's Latin poetry on Old English verse is also convincingly demonstrated. The usual comprehensive bibliography of the previous year's publications rounds off the book; and a full index of the contents of volumes 1-25 is provided, with a separate index to volumes 21-25. (Previous indexes have appeared in volumes 5, 10, 15 and 20.)
        Other names
        • Lapidge, Michael [Ed]
        • International Society of Anglo-Saxonists.
        Genre
        • Conference publication
        • text
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