A Continental Shelf: Books Across Europe from Ptolemy to Don Quixote : an Exhibition to Mark the Re-opening of the Bodleian Exhibition Room

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Bodleian Library, 1994 - Bibliographical exhibitions - 140 pages
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The internal diversity in Europe in the Middle Ages created communities with parallel interests across political divides. The links between these groups and their mobility across the Continent, creating international communities bound together by religion, profession, trade, skill or craft, are highlighted in the five chapters of this book.

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Contents

Preface by Bodleys Librarian
7
List of Abbreviations
15
The Classics and Christendom nos 821
34
International Languages International Learning nos 2233
62
Vernaculars across Europe nos 3446
90
Neighbours nos 4757
138
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About the author (1994)

Nick Millea is the Map Librarian at the Bodleian Library.

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