5 edition of Supplementary Catalogue of Turkish Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library found in the catalog.
December 16, 2003
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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The Shāhnāmah – Book of Kings (or King of Books) Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindûstânî, and Pushtû Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. Oxford: At the Clarendon, Robinson, B. W., A Descriptive Catalogue of the Persian Paintings in the Bodleian Library. Oxford: Clarendon, IUCAT is Indiana University's online library catalog, which provides access to millions of items held by the IU Libraries statewide.
A New Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, i: Savage‐Smith, University Press. xxvi + pp. £ : Catalogue Of The Hebrew Manuscripts In The Bodleian Library And In The College Libraries Of Oxford: Including Mss. In Other Languages Written With Or Literature, And A Few Samaritan Mss, (): Neubauer, Adolf, Library, Bodleian, Arthur Ernest Cowley: Books.
The Bodleian Library (/ ˈ b ɒ d l i ən, b ɒ d ˈ l iː ən /) is the main research library of the University of Oxford, and is one of the oldest libraries in over 12 million items, it is the second-largest library in Britain after the British the Legal Deposit Libraries Act it is one of six legal deposit libraries for works published in the United Kingdom. THE notes that follow relate to some eighty-nine printed books and manuscripts from the collection of John, Lord Lumley (), on which new information has become available since the publication in by Sears Jayne and Francis Johnson ofthe Catalogue of the Lumley Library from a manuscript in Trinity College, Cambridge.^.
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Manuscripts and Rare Books in the Bodleian Libraries Manuscripts and archives. The Bodleian Libraries' Special Collections (at the Weston Library) holds the second largest collection of manuscripts and archives in Britain, with items ranging in date from papyri of the 3rd century B.C.
to correspondence and papers of the present. Particular strengths are medieval manuscripts. : Supplementary Catalogue of Turkish Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (): Günay Kut: Books.
Catalogues all works written in Eastern and Western Turkish acquired by the Bodleian Library, and throws light on almost all scholarly aspects of the Turkish world providing indispensable sources for experts in many fields.
Oxford, Ethé; Oxford, Kut, Ethé: Supplementary catalogue of Turkish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, with reprint of the catalogue by H. Ethé. By Günay Kut, Oxford, OZJA (Zagreb): Orijentalna Zbirka Arhiva Jugoslavensko Akademija Znanosti Author: Eleazar Birnbaum.
For a complete record of the Bodleian's Arabic manuscripts there is a separate card catalogue in the Charles Wendell David Reading Room. This is a summary catalogue, in transliteration, which includes all the manuscripts described in the two printed catalogues and, in addition, entries for all Arabic manuscripts acquired subsequent to the publication of Nicoll/Pusey's catalogue.
Gnay Kut Supplementary catalogue of Turkish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library: with reprint of the catalogue by H. Eth (Oxford, ). an Digitized images from the Bodleian Libraries' special collections.
Other Special Collections digital resources. Polonsky Foundation digitization project A digitized collection of Hebrew manuscripts, Greek manuscripts, and incunabula (15th-century printed books) from the Bodleian and the Vatican Library. John Johnson Collection. A catalogue of Western manuscripts at the Bodleian Libraries and selected Oxford colleges.
Supplementary catalogue of Turkish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library () A catalogue of greek manuscripts acquired by the Bodleian Library since excluding those from Holkham Hall () Wonderful things from years of collecting () Sir Thomas Bodley and his library.
This catalogue provides descriptions of all known Western medieval manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, and of medieval manuscripts in selected Oxford colleges. It is the result of a project generously funded by the Tolkien Trust. Supplementary names connected with the papertrade.
Catalogue and Index. Local Table of Contents to Catalogue and Index. Catalogue of the Bodleian Shelley MSS.
Indexes to Catalogue. List of Titles Used in the Catalogue and Index A Catalogue and Index of the Shelley Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and a.
Catalogue of the turkish manuscripts in the libraries of Italy I () Catalogue of the Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts in Belgium Volume 1, handlist part. 1 (). Combining a reprint of the Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindustani, and Pushtu Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, and a supplementary catalogue compiled by Günay Kut, this volume contains approximately entries, with an introduction by Kut, an explanation of the numbering to be used, and a romanization table.
In the Clarendon Press published a Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindustani, and Pushtu MSS in the Bodleian Library.
Part 2 of this catalogue included all Turkish MSS acquired beforecompiled by H. Ethe (out of print since ). Brief descriptions are in Falconer Madan, et al., A summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford which have not hitherto been catalogued in the Quarto series, with references to the oriental and other manuscripts (7 vols.
in 8 [vol. II in 2 parts], Oxford, ; reprinted, with corrections in vols. The Manuscripts Reading Room is the enquiry point for the Library's western language manuscript collections (i.e. written by hand, not printed).
The collection includes literary, historical manuscripts and private papers. Find information on the shelves about the British Library’s collection of western manuscripts and those held elsewhere. Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindûstânî, and Pushtû manuscripts in the Bodleian Library [Part 2] Beeston, A.
(Alfred Felix Landon); Ethé, Hermann, ; Sachau, Eduard,; Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindûstânî, and Pushtû manuscripts in the Bodleian Library, Oxford; at the Clarendon Press The Bodleian's earliest manuscript accessions in Hebrew were received inand in the first catalogue of the library () there are 58 books with titles in Hebrew script.
They are mostly of Venetian origin, where Hebrew printing was then in its prime. The Persian book of kings: Ibrahim Sultan’s Shahnama (Treasures from the Bodleian Library). Oxford: Bodleian Library, Beeston, A. L., Hermann Ethé, and Eduard Sachau.
Catalogue of the Persian, Turkish, Hindûstânî, and Pushtû Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. whose Western and Oriental manuscript collection the.
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For accessions up to the basic catalogue is the Summary Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (available in special collections reading rooms but also now in a digitised form).
The index volume leads enquirers to the short descriptions in the other volumes - most of the descriptions of the post-medieval music manuscripts will be found in .Of Humfrey's donations to Oxford, only about fifteen manuscripts are known to survive, including three in the Bodleian (which bear this shelfmark): see A.
C. de la Mare and Stanley Gillam, Duke Humfrey's Library and the Divinity School (exhibition catalogue, Bodleian Library.Liturgical psalters are among the most important—and beautifully illustrated— of medieval Christian books.
In their simplest form, psalters included psalms, preceded by a calendar and followed by canticles, or biblical texts, meant to be sung at church services. Though this core content remained relatively unchanged throughout the Middle Ages and across countries.