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MS. Laud Lat. 27, fol. 2r
What Have We Digitized So Far?
It’s been a little over a year since we began project photography in earnest here at the Bodleian, and a little under a year since the first items went online.
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MS. Lat. liturg. f. 4, fol. 174v.
Medingen Manuscript Production in the Age of Monastic Reform (1479) and Lutheran Reformation (1524-1544): How the project contributes to understanding the genesis of the Oxford prayerbook MS. Lat. liturg. f. 4
Dating medieval manuscripts is a cumbersome business. If manuscripts do not contain a completion date, a researcher has to rely on (more or less) datable manuscript characteristics.
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MS. Don. e. 248 held open at fols. 20v-21r.
A first-hand encounter with MS. Don. e. 248
We’re delighted to be sharing a post from a sibling blog, History of the Book, written by participants in project advisor Henrike Lähnemann’s History of the Book method option at the University of Oxford.
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