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Migrations : medieval manuscripts in New Zealand

Author: Stephanie Hollis; Alexandra Barratt
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Over two hundred items are catalogued in Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in New Zealand Collections (1989). Most are in institutional collections and were donated by late nineteenth- and early  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Hollis; Alexandra Barratt
ISBN: 9781847183217 1847183212
OCLC Number: 173239364
Description: xxxvi, 302 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Collectors and collections --
pt. 2. Manuscripts. Introduction / Stephanie Hollis and Alexandra Barratt --
pt. 1. Collectors and collections. Ch. 1. Medieval manuscripts and New Zealand / Christopher de Hamel. Ch. 2. Sir George Grey and Henry Shaw : antipodean collectors of medieval manuscripts / Donald Kerr. Ch. 3. The Besançon missal : 125 years at the Auckland Central City Library / Kate de Courcy and Georgia Prince. Ch. 4. Prestige and pedagogy : the ownership of medieval and renaissance manuscripts by New Zealand universities / Rebecca Hayward. Ch. 5. Inscribing lineage : writing and rewriting the Maude Roll / Robert Allen Rouse. Ch. 6. Making significance : historiated initials and the donation of the Sir John Moody Albert Ilott illuminated manuscripts to the Alexander Turnbull Library / Christine McCarthy --
pt. 2. Manuscripts. Ch. 7. The oldest medieval manuscript in New Zealand (Dunedin Public Libraries, Reed Fragment 1) / Richard Gameson. Ch. 8. "Concorditer dissonant" : from consonance to polyphony (Alexander Turnbull Library, MSR-05) / Fiona McAlpine. Ch. 9. The Consolatio Philosophiae of Boethius in New Zealand / Glynnis M. Cropp. Ch. 10. The Rossdhu book of hours : tracing connections / Anne McKim. Ch. 11. The Fitzherbert hours (Dunedin Public Libraries, Reed MS 5) and the iconography of St. Anne teaching the virgin to read in early fifteenth-century England / Michael Orr. Ch. 12. Faictes ma chetiue ame tendre a ioyeuse felicite" : the illuminations and prayers of Dunedin Public Libraries, Reed Fragment 60 / Elizabeth Towl. Ch. 13. An illuminated breviary from Perugia : personalising a traditional liturgical text / Margaret M. Manion.
Responsibility: edited by Stephanie Hollis and Alexandra Barratt.
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