Houghton Library MSS Widener - Digital Medieval Manuscripts at Houghton Library Return to the Digital Medieval Manuscripts home page Search Strategies To search HOLLIS for materials from the medieval manuscripts collections at Houghton Library: Select Digital Resources tab. Use Expanded Search function. Additional Resources Although printed access to these materials is incomplete and out of date, they are still well worth searching. Seymour de Ricci with W.J. William H. Roger S. Laura Light, Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Houghton Library, Harvard University, Volume 1: MSS Lat 3-179 (Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, Binghamton, NY, 1995) HOLLIS Harvard College Library, Illuminated & Calligraphic Manuscripts: An Exhibition held at the Fogg Art Museum & Houghton Library, February 14-April 1, 1955 (Cambridge, MA, 1955) HOLLIS Return to the Digital Medieval Manuscripts home page Return to Top Manuscript Collections Houghton Library staff are in the process of supplying complete bibliographies for each of the manuscripts in these collections.
Bibliographie nationale française Revues.org Introduction to Western Manuscripts at Dartmouth College The origins of the College's early manuscript collection are undocumented. Imprecise acquisition records of the nineteenth century indicate that some single leaves were acquired by gift at least as early as the presidency of Samuel Colcord Bartlett (1877-1892). It is known that President Bartlett brought materials back from the Middle East and Europe for the Library's collections and the first early manuscripts may well have been acquired at that time. The impetus to develop a significant collection of early manuscripts for teaching purposes lies with the work of Harold Goddard Rugg, sometime Assistant Librarian of the College. Mr. As has been noted, the early manuscripts held by Dartmouth College form a teaching collection. The following handlist was developed to assist both students and faculty in finding and viewing materials appropriate to their research and teaching needs. Users of the collection should request materials by call number, not by McGrath number.
Bases de données Les bases de données Francis en SHS et Pascal en STM Bases de données thématiques internationales produites par les équipes d’Ingénieurs documentalistes spécialisés dans leur domaine, Francis et Pascal continuent à diffuser et valoriser la littérature scientifique internationale en intégrant désormais la littérature grise. Riche d’une volumétrie de plus de 2,6 millions de références bibliographiques, la base de données Francis – en couvrant fortement 15 disciplines phares en sciences humaines et sociales – assure depuis 1972 la diffusion des résultats de la recherche internationale au sein de la communauté scientifique des SHS. Thèses : partenariat Abes - Inist
Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection:Database and Digital Images The Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection contains 215 medieval or Renaissance manuscripts that date between the 11th and 17th centuries. This database contains item-level descriptions for each of the manuscripts and enables keyword searching as well as several different ways to browse the collection contents. For an overview of the collection, please consult the finding aid. Complete digital images are provided for some manuscripts. You may use the database to request materials that you wish to view in person in the Reading and Viewing Room. The descriptions of the manuscripts in the database records contain information contributed by Ransom Center staff and volunteers, University of Texas at Austin faculty and students, and numerous scholarly users over many years. The original materials in the Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection are free of known copyright restrictions.
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