A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts of Exeter College, Oxford

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Art - 150 pages
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'Begins with a valuable introduction... This is a splendid volume, by a distinguished cataloguer of medieval manuscripts. It has been nicely produced, with well-chosen and handsome illustrations, to supplement an informative and scholarly, but at the same time accessible and well-presented text. It must surely stand as being the very model of a modern medieval manuscripts' catalogue.' -MEDIUM ÆVUMExeter College, Oxford was founded in 1314 and still owns over seventy of its medieval manuscripts plus some later acquisitions. This detailed and handsomely illustrated catalogue, replacing one of 1852, is based on close re-study of the books and takes full account of recent scholarly work on the texts and every aspect of book productionandnbsp; Links to web resources and related informationandnbsp; More in the same subject area: Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies; Other prose: classical, early andamp; medieval The specification in this catalogue, including without limitation price, format, extent, number of illustrations, and month of publication, was as accurate as possible at the time the catalogue was compiled. Occasionally, due to the nature of some contractual restrictions, we are unable to ship a specific product to a particular territory. Jacket images are provisional and liable to change before publication.

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Exeter College Manuscripts in the Order Listed
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Andrew G. Watson is at University of London.

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