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Sixteenth-century imprints in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania. Libraries.
|Statement||M. A. Shaaber.|
|Series||The 19th publication in the Haney Foundation series, University of Pennsylvania|
|Contributions||Shaaber, Matthias Adam, 1897-|
|LC Classifications||Z1014 .P45 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||664 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||664|
|LC Control Number||75033493|
Author Rush, Benjamin, Title A syllabus of a course of lectures on the institutes of medicine. [microform] / By Benjamin Rush, professor of the institutes of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania. The long tradition of medieval poetry ends with a burst of sweetness in the religious carols. On the threshold between old and newstands the remarkable achievement of The Nutbrown Maid, in which a theme of balladry is brought to the purpose of a conscious and fully ordered rapid improvisation of Skelton has its links both with the past and with the future. Available via BorrowDirect from Brown University and Harvard University. Heller, Marvin J. “A little-known chapter in Hebrew printing: Francesco dalle Donne and the beginning of Hebrew printing in Verona in the sixteenth century,” The papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 94 () Van Pelt Library. ZB51P. Heller.
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"The collection of sixteenth-century books in the libraries of the University of Pennsylvania is substantial, and it is well described in this catalog. Reference departments of the larger college, university, and research libraries will need to have a copy.".
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Laws in the Free Library of Philadelphia, which I examined in person. Because of the particular demands of early modern historical scholarship, the author has requested waiver of several Bluebook citation rules.
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Sixteenth Century Journal. In publication sinceThe Sixteenth Century Journal (SCJ) is one of the leading international journals in Early Modern gh the SCJ is an independent corporation, the SCSC and the SCJ have enjoyed close relationship for over 40 years. Van Pelt Library.
PQW6 I85 Robin, Diana Publishing Women: Salons, the Presses, and the Counter-Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Italy University of Chicago Press, Van Pelt Library.
ZR Smith, Helen 'Grossly Material Things' Women and Book Production in Early Modern England Oxford: Oxford University Press, Van. Less distinct, but perhaps more interesting, are multiple imprints of a single pair of glasses repeatedly left in an early-sixteenth-century French Book of Hours belonging to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA ), which I discovered to my astonishment while showing the book to my students in October The Library of Congress holds volumes printed either partly or entirely in Hebrew during the sixteenth century.
Many, though not all, of these books came to the Library via Ephraim Deinard, the legendary bookseller and bibliophile whose collections, purchased through the generosity of Jacob H.
Schiff in andform the. Further research for revision of the book was facilitated by the collec-tions at Luther Seminary Library in St. Paul, Minnesota. After submission to the general editor of the Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies series, Dr. Raymond Mentzer, two anonymous readers offered reports that con.
One important addition to the growing bibliography is the recently-published collection of essays in The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy, eds. Joseph R. Hacker and Adam Shear (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ).
Back to text ; The Library subsequently purchased two additional Deinard collections in and 2. Willie Sutton thought banks a good place to visit if you happened to be interested in money. The same line of reasoning suggests that libraries -- e.g., Penn's library, as well as some of the other libraries and library resources that Traister lists -- are good places in which to look for books and other evidences of the history of printing.
This means going physically to literal libraries. Last week, we examined the fascinating imprints left by eyeglasses in this Book of Hours from the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA ).
Today, we’ll take a closer look at the identity of the book’s first owner, and the artist he commissioned to paint the book’s miniatures. sixteenth-century books; Thousands of books from the 17th – 18th centuries containing more manuscripts than the combined holdings of Harvard University, Yale University, the Library of Congress, and the University of Pennsylvania.
At this time, there are over records in CLIO, Columbia’s online catalog, for the Hebraica and. About This Award. The Roland H. Bainton Book Prizes are named in honor of one of the most irenic church historians of the twentieth H.
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“Authors, Readers and Printers of Sixteenth-Century Hebrew Books in the Ottoman Empire,” pp. in, Perspectives on the Hebraic Book: The Myron M. Weinstein Memorial Lectures at the Library of Congress (Washington D.C.: Library of Congress, ) ed. Peggy K. Pearlstein Available via BorrowDirect from Yale University.
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Fasciculus mirre is a Germanic devotional book that was popular in the Low Countries during the first half of the sixteenth century. The text contains meditations on the life of Jesus Christ, most notably the Passion.
Its Latin title (meaning "a bundle of myrrh" in English) comes from the first chapter of Canticum Canticorum: "Fasciculus Myrrhae dilectus meus mihi inter ubera mea commorabituris.".
Description: In publication sincethe Sixteenth Century Journal (SCJ) prints twenty to twenty-five articles and over four hundred book reviews a SCJ is dedicated to providing readers with thought-provoking research and inquiry into the sixteenth century broadly defined (i.e., ).
Our articles all maintain a strong historical core and cover subjects from around the world.2. Totius philosophiae humanae in tres partes, nempe in rationalem, naturalem, & moralem, digestio: earundem[que] partium luculentissima descriptio, libris tribus primarijs consummatam noticiam complectens: partim antea quoque, partim nunc primùm in lucem edita.In Tales in Context: Sefer ha-ma’asim in Medieval Northern France, Rella Kushelevsky enlightens the stories’ meanings and reflects the circumstances and environment for Jewish lives in medieval gh a selection of tales was previously published, this is the first publication of a Hebrew-English annotated edition in its entirety, revealing fresh insight.