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ROBERT HOLCOT’S WISDOM COMMENTARY: BALLIOL 27 AND THE BOOK OF THE MASTER

The present post does not put forth a new argument about Balliol 27, but makes evident some of the work done by Beryl Smalley about six decades ago (given the recent scans of Balliol 27 now available). 682 more words

Manuscripts

Digging Deeper!

I’ve not been posting here much; I have been taking an online class which has been taking up my extra manuscript time. It is called Digging Deeper 2 (I missed DD 1, but caught up finally by watching the videos from that class). 299 more words

Digging Deeper

Medieval Bargain Books

If you are like me, you probably have two types of books on your shelves: some are new, others are second-hand. The two are very different entities: new copies are expensive, pristine and present a current publication; second-hand ones, by contrast, are damaged, may smell of cigars, and potentially present an older edition of the text it holds. 1,109 more words

Manuscripts

Summer Opening Hours 2015

Summer Vacation opening hours commence in the Berkeley/Lecky/Ussher and Hamilton Libraries from Saturday 23rd May 2015, and in the John Stearne Medical Library from Monday 15th June 2015. 9 more words

BLU

The Changing Nature of Acquisitions at the Schlesinger Library

The Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University is among the most respected special collections archives in the world, and arguably one of the most vital repositories of American women’s history available to researchers. 2,311 more words

Casting Dice

The sheer beauty of the Chestnut Street park this spring–just outside my bedroom window–combined with the solicitousness of my neighbors in picking up after their dogs (newly allowed this year) has got me thinking about… 244 more words

History

In search of the lost Manuscripts! (The chase)

Read the previous part here

 I asked Micky if he was thinking the same thing as I was. He answered positive…

That night passed and in the morning, I and Micky were near the old mango tree discussing about the mansion at the Northern Aisle. 2,005 more words

Short Stories