Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times: Their Art and Their Technique

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University Press, 1892 - Illumination of books and manuscripts - 270 pages
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Page 223 - and verie close, all but the forepart which had carved wourke that gave light in at ther carrell doures of wainscott. And in every carrell was a deske to lye there bookes on. And the carrells was no greater then from one stanchell
Page 60 - did carrye a marvelous FAIRE BOOKE, which had the Epistles and Gospels in it, and did lay it on the Altar, the which booke had on the outside of the coveringe the picture of our Saviour Christ, all of silver, of goldsmith's worke, all parcell gilt, verye fine to behould ; which booke did serve for the PAX in the Masse.
Page 14 - non fuisse chartarum usum, in palmarum foliis primo scriptitatum ; deinde quarundam arborum libris. Postea publica monumenta plumbeis voluminibus, mox et privata linteis confici coepta aut ceris. Pugillarium enim usum fuisse etiam ante Trojana témpora invenimus apud Homerum.
Page 223 - all full of BOOKES, with great store of ancient manuscripts to help them in their study, wherein did lye as well the old auncyent written Doctors of the Church as other
Page 223 - upon there books, every one in his carrell, all the afternonne, unto evensong tyme. This was there exercise every daie. All there pewes or carrells was all fynely wainscotted

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