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Published on behalf of the dean and chapter of Worcester Cathedral [by] D.S. Brewer , Rochester, NY
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StatementR.M. Thomson ; with a contribution on the bindings by Michael Gullick.
GenreCatalogs.
ContributionsThomson, Rodney M., Gullick, Michael.
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LC ClassificationsZ6621 .W925 2001
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Paginationxlviii, 256, [56] p. of plates :
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Open LibraryOL6802338M
ISBN 100859916189
LC Control Number00140122

A catalogue of the medieval manuscripts has been published: R.M. Thomson, A descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library, D.

Brewerwith a contribution on the bindings by Michael Gullick. The Library’s collections. Get this from a library. A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library. [Rodney M Thomson; Michael Gullick; Worcester Cathedral. Library.]. Worcester Cathedral Library contains medieval manuscripts, the largest number of any English cathedral except Durham.

Most of them belonged to the pre-Reformation Cathedral Priory and date between the eleventh and late fifteenth centuries.

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The collection has never been adequately catalogued before, and is consequently little known; much of the contents of the books, their physical features.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library July 1 colour, 92 black and white, 6 line illustrations pages x cm ISBN: Format: Hardback   R odney Thomson's record of completion of catalogues of medieval manuscript books is remarkable for the quantity, rapidity, and standard of his achievement: Lincoln and Hereford Cathedrals (both of secular clergy), Worcester (originally monastic), and now Merton College, a much different academic collection, all published within twenty years (–), and his work on each done in Author: A.

Doyle. Worcester Cathedral Library contains nearly medieval manuscripts, printed books, archival documents. The aim of this blog is to open up the fascinating collection of a Medieval English Cathedral to the wider world.

This catalogue describes MSS and in the Chapter Library of Lincoln Cathedral, plus ten former Lincoln MSS now elsewhere. About half of the MSS were part of the cathedral's medieval Library; nearly all the rest came there before the late seventeenth century.

This is the sixth catalogue of historic British collections of medieval manuscripts from the pen of Rodney Thomson, who has thereby become the leading manuscript scholar in this field, as well as the quickest worker, and the true successor of Neil Ker, who raised the art of manuscript cataloguing to a thoroughly professional level.

Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive The library and archive has been an integral part of the life of Worcester Cathedral since Anglo-Saxon times.

It exists to facilitate research by scholars, is a resource for cathedral staff carrying out repair work on the building, and for relevant local and family history enquiries by members of the public. The Cathedral Library at Worcester, located since the 19th century in the loft above the South Nave, contains nearly medieval manuscripts, 55 incunabula, and post-medieval printed books.

Of particular note are the Worcester Antiphoner (the only book of its kind to survive the Reformation), the will of King John and a copy of Magna. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts of Worcester Cathedral Library R.

Thomson Michael Gullick Woodbridge Boydell & Brewe r xlviii + £95 Edited by R. Thomson. Catalogue of Manuscripts Preserved in the Chapter Library of Worcester Cathedral, Oxford.

Forbes-Leigh, W. The Gospel Book of St Margaret, Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Pembroke College Cambridge, Cambridge. James, M. R, in The Role of the Book in Medieval Culture.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library Revised an Edition by R.M.

Thomson (Author), Michael Gullick (Author) ISBN Cited by: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library (Woodbridge: Brewer, ) Treharne, Elaine, 'Making Their Presence Felt: Readers of Ælfric, c.

', in A Companion to Ælfric, ed. by Mary Swan and Hugh Magennis, Companion to the Christian Tradition, 18 (Leiden: Brill, ), pp. Thomson RM, 'A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library', D.

Brewer, Cambridge, pp. ISBN () [Authored Research Book. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library, With a contribution on the bindings by M. Gullick (Cambridge, ). Thomson, R.

M., A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts of Merton College, Oxford, With a description of the Greek Manuscripts by N. Wilson (Cambridge, ). VSRegd. 17 Mynors and Thomson, Hereford Cathedral Library, p. xviii, with the list of manuscripts at n.

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Thomson's description of the manuscript is at pp. 57–8. A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral library Gullick, - Woodbridge () 3: A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library Thomson, Rodney Malcolm.

Gullick, Michael [Publ () - In: The history of the book in the West. A library of critical essays Pt. I p. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library.

Edited by R. Thomson with a Contribution on the Bindings by Michael Gullick. (Cambridge: D. Brewer; Rochester, New York: Boydell & Brewer, Inc. A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts in Worcester cathedral library. Edited by R.

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Thomson (with Michael Gullick). xlviii+ incl. 6 figs+colour frontispiece and 50 black-and. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Western Manuscripts to c.in Christ Church, Oxford Submitted by cristinaneagu on Fri, Christ Church Library is pleased to announce the publication of the first in a planned series of manuscript catalogues offering detailed codicological, textual and historical descriptions.

Noake, John, Worcester Sects (London: Longman and Co., ). Pantin, W.A., The English Church in the Fourteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).

Thomson, R. M., A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library (D. Brewer on behalf of the Dean and Chapter of Worcester Cathedral, ).

14) A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THE MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTS IN WORCESTER CATHEDRAL LIBRARY, by R. Thomson. Worcester: Worcester Cathedral & D. Brewer, large quarto, cloth & dj, pp, 93 illustrations, 50 of which are full page in b&w, vf condition.

Not a fancy color art book but an incredibly detailed ac. It is possible that Stanley gave a chest, possibly including this book inside it, to the Priory in But how it ended up in Magdalen College Library remains a mystery. Further Reading Ralph Hanna, Catalogue of Manuscripts in Magdalen College Library (forthcoming).

N.J. Morgan, Early Gothic Manuscripts (1): – (London, ). The manuscript was written at Worcester Cathedral Priory over a period of time, terminating in Compiled from earlier sources, it was revised and elaborated upon by the monk and chronicler, John. Written in the hands of at least three Worcester scribes, one of which has been identified as that of John of Worcester himself, its complex structure betrays several alterations to its content.

The Henry Bradshaw Society was established in in commemoration of Henry Bradshaw, University Librarian in Cambridge and a distinguished authority on early medieval manuscripts and liturgies, who died in The Society was founded 'for the editing of rare liturgical texts'; its principal. The cathedral church of Worcester; a description of the fabric and a brief history of the Episcopal see by Edward Fairbrother Strange (Book) Medieval art and architecture at Worcester Cathedral by British Archaeological Association (Book).

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library, D. Brewer (Woodbridge, Suffolk, England), (Editor, with M.

Winterbottom) William of Malmesbury, Saints' Lives: Lives of SS. Información del artículo A descriptive catalogue of the medieval manuscripts in Worcester cathedral library. Edited by R.

Thomson (with Michael Gullick). xlviii+ incl. 6 figs+colour frontispiece and 50 black-and-white plates. Cambridge: D. Brewer (for the Dean and Chapter of Worcester Cathedral), £ 0 9.

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R. M. Thomson, “Introduction” to A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library (Cambridge, ), pp. xvii–xxxviii. Teresa Webber, “The Patristic Content of English Book Collections in the Eleventh Century: Towards a Continental Perspective,” in Of the Making of Books: Medieval Manuscripts, Their.Thomson, RM, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library, D.

S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. ISBN () [Authored Research Book] ISBN () [Authored Research Book].and Michael Gullick, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Medieval Manuscripts in Worcester Cathedral Library (Woodbridge: Published on behalf of the Dean and Chapter of Worcester Cathedral .