|Statement||prepared under the direction of F. Edward Cranz ... in consultation with P. O. Kristeller.|
|Contributions||Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1905-, Cranz, F. Edward|
|LC Classifications||Z6601.A1 K72 1982|
|The Physical Object|
A Microfilm corpus of the indexes to printed catalogues of Latin manuscripts before A.D.: based on P.O. Kristeller: Latin manuscript books before , 3rd ed. / prepared under the direction of F. Edward Cranz in consultation with P. O. Kristeller. -- New London, Conn.: Connecticut College Bookstore [distributor], -- 38 microfilm. Microfilm Corpus of the Indexes to Printed Catalogues of Latin Manuscripts Before A.D. Minutes of the Executive Committee, and lectures, Minutes, V. , J - . Microfilm corpus of the indexes to printed catalogues of Latin manuscripts before A.D. Unpublished state papers of the English Civil War and Interregnum Archival records--France Inventaires. (France. Archives nationales) Parti Republicain, Radical & Radical-Socialiste Archival records--Germany. A Microfilm Corpus of the Indexes to Printed Catalogues of Latin Manuscripts before A.D. Based on P. O. Kristeller, “Latin Manuscript Books before King, John N. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs and Early Modern Print Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
A microfilm corpus of the indexes to printed catalogues of Latin manuscripts before A.D. Van Pelt Microtext Center: Microfilm Franklin bib ID Ancient Roman architecture: photographic index on microfiche. Fine Arts Library Locked Case: NAA53 Franklin bib ID: Index der antiken Kunst und Architektur. Microfilm Corpus of Unpublished Inventories of Latin Manuscripts: Through AD: Fx: Micropublishers' Trade List Annual: – Fa Middle East: – Supplement: Fa Middle East Aden. Middle East Iran. Middle East Iraq. Middle East Jerusalem. Middle East Beirut. Japan. Japan. – – Contains manuscripts, sound recordings, newspapers, maps, drawings, and other primary source materials from the national libraries of Latin American countries. Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) Guide to Latin American material on the Web, with links to primary sources. The Library’s Latin manuscripts comprise around separately numbered items and are especially rich in historical and theological texts. The medieval codices for which the Library is best known are the Book of Kells (MS 58, c. AD) the Book of Durrow (MS 57, c. AD), and the Book .
" 1 For the standard and indispensible Gesamtkatalog of available current examples, see Paul O. Kristeller, Latin Manuscript Books before A List of the Printed Catalogues and Unpublished Inventories of Extant Collections (New York: Fordham University Press, –53, , ); a revised version, ed. by Sigrid Krämer (Munich: MGH. The manuscript titles are taken from M.R. James two-volume A descriptive catalogue of the manuscripts in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. C.U.P. James one-line titles (and in some cases titles based on James description of contents) are intended only as a guide and finding aid for the microfilm. A Microfilm corpus of the indexes to printed catalogues of Latin manuscripts before A.D.: relations Families Hate speech Humanities Immigrants International business enterprises Internationalism Island animals Kenya Manuscripts, Latin--Catalogs Manuscripts--Catalogs Marriage Marsh plants Minorities National characteristics. Paul Oskar Kristeller inventoried catalogues of Latin manuscript books before Pearl Kibre catalogued the manuscripts of the Latin Hippocratic corpus in eight parts, from to Richard K. Emmerson and Suzanne Lewis published the “Census and Bibliography of Medieval Manuscripts .