2 edition of Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century found in the catalog.
Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century
by Printed for the Dean and Chapter of Durham Cathedral at the University Press in Oxford
Written in English
|Statement||with an introduction by R.A.B. Mynors.|
|Contributions||Mynors, R. A. B. 1903-1989.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 91 p., (57) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||42000734|
DCL MS. Durham Cantor's Book Held by: Durham Cathedral Library: Durham Cathedral Manuscripts. The Durham Cantor's Book. Physical description of manuscript. Support. Parchment. Extent: f. Size: mm x mm. Manuscript contents. SECTION: (A) (i) f early 12th century] Language: Latin (viii) f.5 v. Modern title: Liturgical. Durham Cathedral was used one of the sites used to bring Hogwarts to life in the Harry Potter movies. This inkwell from the Cathedral’s Collections once belonged to Bishop Lightfoot, Bishop of Durham during the nineteenth-century. BEASTS! will be on display in Open Treasure until Saturday 10 June.
In the Community Gallery we display the work of community groups, schools and outreach projects who work with the Cathedral. Exhibitions are changed regularly. Where next? This is the end of the Open Treasure exhibition. From here you re-enter the Cloister with entrances to the Cathedral, and the Undercroft with its Shop and Restaurant. Current location Durham Cathedral Current Shelfmark Durham Cathedral MS Summary Title Bible of Hugh du Puiset, volume iv Creation Date Start Creation Date End Creation Date Statement later 12th century, before Collation Formula Pages / Folios Page: Lines 38 Columns 1 Volume: Height cm Width cm Binding Secundo.
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Mynors, Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century, (Oxford, ) W.A. Pantin, Report on the Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Durham. R.A.B. Mynors, Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the end of the 12th century (Oxford, ) Thomas Rud, Codicum Manuscriptorum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Dunelmensis Catalogus Classicus (Durham, ).
Also available as an online PDF for Thomas Rud's work. This fragmentary manuscript is widely thought to be the earliest example in the sequence of decorated Insular gospel-books. It comprises thirteen leaves of the Gospels of Matthew and Mark, dispersed among three volumes (Durham Cathedral Library MSSand ).
They may once have been part of a complete New Testament. Works in the Durham Cathedral and Durham University collections are being digitised as part of the first phase of the Project; Ushaw College books will be digitised as part of a later phase.
For further information on the Priory collections see: R.A.B. Mynors, Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the end of the 12th century (Oxford, ). Durham Cathedral Library MS 9 A post-Conquest manuscript, written in Normandy and amongst those presented to Durham Priory by William of St Calais.
This work contains the commentary on the minor prophetic books of the Old Testament, written by St Jerome at the end of the 4th century. As usual the most useful provenance information Read.
The origins of Durham Cathedral Library lie in the monastic library founded by St Aidan at Lindisfarne in AD. The UK's most complete in situ medieval monastic library We have more than manuscripts from the pre-Reformation era. Mynors Mynors, R. B., Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century (Oxford: OUP, ) Browne Browne, A.
C., "Bishop William of St. Carilef's book donations to Durham Cathedral Priory", Scriptorium 42 () R.A.B. Mynors, Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century, Oxford University Press for Durham Cathedral, R.A.B.
Mynors, C. Valerii Catulli Carmina. Mynors, R. B., Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the End of the Twelfth Century (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ). This paper seeks better to understand the status and function of historical studies at Durham cathedral priory during the first quarter of the twelfth century.
To do so, it examines the addition of annalistic entries to the Easter tables of one particular manuscript: Durham, Dean and Chapter Library, MS Hunter (hereafter Hunter ). Durham Cathedral Library, Manuscript is a fragmentary seventh century Insular Gospel Book, produced in Lindisfarne c.
Only seven leaves of the book survive, bound in three separate volumes in the Durham Cathedral Dean and Chapter Library (MS A. II 10 ff.a; MS C. III. 13, ff. ; and MS C. III. 20, ff ). Although this book is fragmentary, it is the earliest.
Mynors Mynors, R. B., Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century (Oxford: OUP, ) CLA Lowe, E.A., ed., Codices Latini antiquiores A palaeographical guide to Latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century Part II Great Britain and Ireland second edition (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).
Held by: Durham Cathedral Library: Durham Cathedral Manuscripts The second and only surviving volume of a large Atlantic Bible that was one of the group of books donated by William of St Calais, bishop of Durham (died ), containing the text of the Bible - the Old Testament from the book of Daniel and the New Testament.
A List of Works on Medieval Manuscripts R. Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the End of the Twelfth History and Theory History of European Ideas History of Ideas History of Philosophy Quarterly IDIH Intellectual History Review JHI J H Prynne Journal Journal issues Journal of the History of Ideas Journal of the History of Philosophy.
A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum, 4 vols (London: Eyre and Strahan, ), III (), no. Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the end of the Twelfth Century, intro. by R. Mynors (Oxford: University Press, ), no.
Mynors, R.A.B., Durham Cathedral manuscripts to the end of the twelfth century. Ten plates in colour and forty-seven in monochrome. Ten plates in colour and forty-seven in monochrome. A manuscript of the Apologeticum arrived at Durham with its first Norman Bishop inand remained there to the time of the last medieval catalogue in It is no longer at Durham, so it's fate is unknown.
The first words of the second folio are given in the catalogue; but these do not seem to be present in the text of the s points could usefully be checked so I've. Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the End of the Twelfth Century, intr. by Roger A. B. Mynors (Oxford: University Press, ), no.
Andrew G. Watson, 'Sir Simonds D'Ewes's Collection of Charters, and a note on the Charters of Sir Robert Cotton', Journal of the Society of Archivists, 2 (), (p.n. 33).A 12th-century manuscript missing a leaf at the start and several at the end.
It finishes part way through V The same John Prise who owned Hereford Cathedral P. v. 1 also wrote a note on this manuscript.
Dublin, Trinity College E. 2. 23 (). Second half of the 12th century. This manuscript comes from Bury St Edmunds Abbey. Oxford, Christ.This page shows details of an item from the Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts. Durham Cathedral Manuscripts to the End of the Twelfth Century, intro.
by R. A. B. Mynors (Oxford: University Press, ‘Book Production by the Monasatic Orders in England.