2 edition of Bibliotheca Membranacea Britannica found in the catalog.
Bibliotheca Membranacea Britannica
1856 in [London] .
Written in English
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The Bibliotheca Britannica is one of the most remarkable examples of bibliographical scholarship in the English Language. This scarce work of reference continues to be an invaluable resource for scholars and librarians who wish to identify early printed materials covering a wide range of disciplines.
Routledge is pleased to make this important source of information more widely. Other articles where Bibliotheca Latina is discussed: Johann Albert Fabricius: He began by compiling a Bibliotheca Latina (; revised by J.A. Ernesti, –74), of which the first three books discuss the principal classical authors from Plautus to Jordanes.
Brief biographies are followed by notes on extant and lost works, editions, and translations. The fourth book deals. Overview. Bibliotheca was not meant to be used as a reference work, but was widely used as such in the 9th century, and is one of the first Byzantine works that could be called an encyclopedia.
Reynolds and Wilson call it "a fascinating production, in which Photius shows himself the inventor of the book-review," and say its " sections vary in length from a. Bibliotheca Britannica, or, A general index to British and foreign literature by Watt, Robert, Publication date Topics English literature Publisher Edinburgh: Constable Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor University of Toronto Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language EnglishPages: From inside the book.
What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Nichols, John Full view - Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica: Antiquities in Kent andVolume 1 Nichols, John Full view - Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica: Antiquities in LeicestershireVolume 7 Nichols.
Bibliotheca is an elegant, meticulously crafted edition of the Bible designed to invite the reader to a pure, literary experience of its vast and varied contents.
The text is treated in classic typographic style, free of all added conventions such as chapter and verse numbers, section headers, cross references, and marginalia. Other articles where Myriobiblon is discussed: Saint Photius: Background and early career.: civil service, he composed his Myriobiblon or Bibliotheca (Bibliothēkē), a digest of Greek prose literature, with more than articles.
This work was begun on a diplomatic mission in the Muslim world and most probably completed during his temporary retirement from public life after Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica. No V. Containing The History Of The Royal Hospital And Collegiate Church Of St. Katharine, Near The Tower Of London, [Ducarel, Andrew Coltee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica. No V. Containing The History Of The Royal Hospital And Collegiate Church Of St. Author: Andrew Coltee Ducarel. Bibliotheca Britannica was a much more extravagantly ambitious project: "A General Index on the Literature of Great Britain and Ireland Ancient and Modern including Such Foreign Books as have been translated into English or printed in the British Dominions, as also a copious selection from the writings of the most distinguished authors of all.
The best books: a reader's guide to the choice of the best available books (ab) in every department of science, art and literature, with the dates of the first and last editions, and the price, size and publisher's name of each book: a contribution towards systematic bibliography.
Bibliotheca topographica britannica by Nichols, John, Publication date Publisher London Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor University of California Libraries Language English Volume 1.
Author of Notes on the cathedral libraries of England, Stemmata Botevilliana, Bibliotheca membranacea Britannica, Notices of libraries, Prefaces to the first editions of the Greek and Roman classics and the Sacred Scriptures, Prefaces to the first editions of the Greek and Roman classics and of the sacred scriptures, Praefationes et epistolae editionibus.
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A collection of books; a library. Governor of Alexandria Opens Kingdom Pavilion at Alexandria Book Fair. In 15 papers from a colloquium in Barcelona during Aprilclassicists explore.
Bibliotheca Membranacea Britannica, or notices of early English books printed upon vellum. Botfield, Beriah, Date [?] Books. Byways among English books. Davenport, Cyril, Date Pictures. An old blind and toothless woman holding a book.
Etching after J. van Campen. Campen, Jacob van, Bibliotheca Botanica ("Bibliography of botany", Amsterdam,Salomen Schouten; 2nd edn., ) is a botany book by Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus (–).
The book was written and published in Amsterdam when Linnaeus was twenty-eight and dedicated to the botanist Johannes Burman (–). The first edition appeared in with the full title Bibliotheca.
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Bibliotheca Corviniana Online Damascenus Corvina, Széchényi National Library, Budapest, Cod. Lat. This a simple checklist of digitized manuscripts of the Bibliotheca Corviniana, the library put together by King Matthias Corvinus (), which was one of the largest libraries of medieval Europe.
Book/Printed Material Jo. Jacobi Mangeti Bibliotheca chemica curiosa, seu rerum ad alchemiam pertinentium thesaurus instructissimus: quo non tantùm artis auriferæ, ac scriptorum in ea nobiliorum historia traditur; lapidis veritas argumentis & experimentis innumeris, immò & juris consultorum judiciis evincitur; termini obscuriores explicantur; cautiones contra impostores, &.
Bibliotheca may refer to. Bibliotheca, a version of the Bible without chapter and verse numbers; Bibliotheca, a 9th-century work of Byzantine Patriarch Photius; Bibliotheca (Pseudo-Apollodorus), a grand summary of traditional Greek mythology and heroic legends; Bibliotheca historica, a first century BC work of universal history by Diodorus Siculus.
English: Bibliotheca Corviniana was one of the most renowned libraries of the Renaissance world, established byMatthias Corvinus, King of Hungary and Croatia between and Magyar: A corvinák (ejtsd: korvinák) Hunyadi Mátyás híres könyvtárából, a Bibliotheca Corvinianá ból származó tion: Bavarian State Library, Austrian.
Bad author - no name, 2 books Niẓām al-Dīn ʻUbayd Zākānī, 1 book Willem M. Floor, 1 book A. Bivar, 1 book Nizam Al-Din D. Ubayd Zakani, 1 book Shīrīn ʻIbādī, 1 book Djalal Khaleghi-Motlagh, 1 book Boris I.
Marshak, 1 book V. Livshits, 1 book Dick Davis, 1 book Muḥammad Jaʻfar Maḥjūb, 1 book A. Tafazzoli, 1 book. History of the Bibliotheca Anonoma - The Bibliotheca Anonoma, founded in Jan. has had a long and storied history. Forerunners - The predecessors of the Bibliotheca Anonoma.
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Bibliotheca Platonica. An Exponent of the Platonic Philosophy. Bimonthly (irregular) Osceola, MO. Editor: Thomas Moore Johnson.
Succeeds: The Platonist 1/1, July-August December4 issues only. pp., $ a year. See notes on The Platonist, of which this is the successor.
The journal more strictly restricted itself to. At this point, the 12th book of Memnon finishes. In the 13th book Memnon says that the Heracleians, when they heard that Lysimachus had been killed by a man from Heracleia, recovered their confidence, and bravely sought the independence which they had been deprived of for 84 years, first by their native tyrants and then by Lysimachus.
This may be a reference to a lost passage from book 4 of Adversus Manichaeos. The summary alone preserved of this book shows that Titus was in fact defending the New Testament against the attacks of the Manichaeans. Justin, Dialogue with Tryphoand most of the fathers think that angels took on bodies.
The Bibliotheca Anonoma was founded in by a small, closely knit task force focused on saving the Internet Folklife we've enjoyed. Since then, it has grown significantly as we've adopted content from Shii's Wiki, rescued significant amounts of data for the Internet Archive, and carried on the legendary legacy of Wikichan and its monitors.
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A first edition of Maggs Bros' Bibliotheca Incunabulorum. Rebound in cloth with new endpapers. First edition. A catalogue of the books sold by Maggs Bros in that were published before Maggs Bros is a London bookshop dealing in rare books, first editions, manuscripts and autographs.
CONDITION. The binding is tight and firm. Bibliotheca Sinica explores Sino-Western encounters by ways of texts and images published before and is intended as an extension of the bibliography Western Books on China in Libraries in Vienna/Austria, A Bibliotheca Corviniana, reunida sobre o patrocínio de Matias I da Hungria (?) era a maior coleção de crônicas históricas e de trabalhos científicos e filosóficos da Europa no século XV, e em número de volumes era a segunda maior, atrás apenas da Biblioteca do Vaticano.
Matias I, conhecido como o "Rei Corvo", foi o protagonista da época de ouro da ução: New research on the Bibliotheca Corviniana (updated) The Bibliotheca Corviniana, the library put together by King Matthias Corvinus () was one of the largest libraries of medieval Europe.
A humanist library, comprised largely of the works of classical authors, as well as modern historical and scientific works, the collection included a Author: Zsombor Jékely. Folio Book composed of sheets that are folded once and printed on both sides, making two leaves and four pages.
Typically above 14 inches tall. Oblong folios are produced the same way but bound at the short edge, producing a book typically more than 14 inches deep.
Fore-Edge Edge of the book furthest from the spine. Occasionally the text of a. Biblioteca Lusitana é uma obra de carácter bio-bibliográfico escrita por Diogo Barbosa Machado e publicada entre e A obra recolhe múltiplas informações e desenvolvidas notícias bibliográficas, tentando reunir toda a informação disponível à época sobre bibliografia portuguesa e sobre os seus autores.
These 2 data DVD's contain an Unique Collection of 25 rare antique books of ALCHEMY in facsimiles as HIGH RESOLUTION images, meaning that in most cases every page of the real book corresponds to an image.
The books have an image resolution of approx. x, but many books have higher resolution of Rating: % positive. Richard Perceval was doubtless the author of the well-known Spanish-English dictionary, ‘Bibliotheca Hispanica, containing a Grammar with a Dictionarie in Spanish, English, and Latin,’ London,4to.
It is dedicated to Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex [q. v.] The name of the author is spelt Richard Percyvall. Full text of "Bibliotheca orientalis" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was prcscrvod for gcncrations on library shclvcs bcforc it was carcfully scannod by Google as parí of a projcct to make the world's books discoverablc onlinc.
It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the. The Bibliotheca Mechanico-Architectonica project, inspired by an idea of Antonio Becchi, Federico Foce and Santiago Huerta, aims to provide a meeting place for anyone dealing in history “between mechanics and architecture”.
The material offered to its users facilitates source consultation and allows them to make continuous updates on topics concerning mechanics. Catalogus codicum bernensium (Bibliotheca Bongarsiana) / (Bernæ: Typis B. F. Haller, ), by Stadt- und Hochschulbibliothek Bern, Jacques Bongars, and Hermann Hagen (page images at HathiTrust) The book as a work of art: an exhibition of books and manuscripts from the library of Mrs.
Edward Laurence Doheny.The Bibliotheca Corviniana Collection. Documentary heritage submitted by Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary and Italy and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in The Bibliotheca Corviniana was the second greatest collection of books in Europe in the Renaissance period, after that of the Vatican.HEARING (formed from the verb “to hear,” O.
Eng. hyran, heran, &c., a common Teutonic verb; cf. Ger. hören, Dutch hooren, &c.; the O. Teut. form is seen in Goth. hausjan; the initial h makes any connexion with “ear,” Lat. audire, or Gr. ἀκούειν very doubtful), in physiology, the function of the ear (q.v.), and the general term for the sense or special sensation, the cause.