2 edition of Extant manuscripts printed from by W. de Worde with notes on the owner, Roger Thorney. found in the catalog.
Extant manuscripts printed from by W. de Worde with notes on the owner, Roger Thorney.
Written in English
Also relates to William Caxton.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
At first, the printed books closely resembled the handwritten manuscripts: (i) The metal letters imitated the ornamental handwritten manuscripts. (ii) Borders were illuminated by hand with foliage and other patterns. Illustrations were also painted. (iii) In the books printed for the rich, space for decoration was kept blank on the printed page. Used by Caxton in the Fifteen Oes, and frequently afterwards by Wynkyn de Worde. [From an example in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.] XXIII. The Lyf of Saint Katherin Printed by W. de Worde with a modification of Caxton's Type 4*. The large initials serve to distinguish de Worde's work from Caxton's. [From the copy in the British Museum.]
This is because a primary source, is an artifact, book, article, etc. that was created at the time of a study or case. In this problem it was a journal that was written by Christopher Columbus, in his time! All of the other information was written after, and was information that had been researched! I hope this helps some of you guys! Thanks. Generally, with the exception of the last two lots, which are printed books, and therefore formed no part of the owner's original collection of MSS., all the items included in this sale have been fully described in the well-known catalogue which was prepared by the owner, with the assistance of Dr. Montague Rhodes James, now Provost of Eton.
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Times ofJohn Trevisa, Medieval Scholar (Seattle, ). On Roger Thorney, see G. Bone, "Extant Manuscripts Printed by W. de Worde with Notes on the Owner, Roger Thorney," The Library, 4th series, 12 (), On Wynkyn de Worde's illustrated books, see M.
Driver, "The Illustrated de Worde," Studies in Iconography 17 (), 35 Gavin Bone, "Extant Manuscripts Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, with Notes on the Owner Roger Thorney," The Library, 4th ser. 12 (), ; Erdmann and Ekwall 36 Angus McIntosh et al., A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English, 4 vols.
(Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. Bone, Gavin, “Extant manuscripts printed from by W. De Worde with notes on the owner, Roger Thorney”, The Library XII (): – Bowie, Fiona and Oliv er Da vies, eds, Hildegard of Bingen: An Antholog y, London: Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, 30 Gavin Bone, in "Extant Manuscripts printed from by W.
de Worde with Notes on the Owner, Roger Thorney," The Library, fourth series, 12 (),points in the manuscript containing A to printer's ink and marginal pencilings of pages within signatures, suggesting that it was used by de Worde for the earliest quarto edition, known as C.
Bone, Gavin, “Extant manuscripts printed by W. De Worde with notes on the owner, Roger Thorney”, The Library XII (): –, pp– three mss owned by Thorney contain what are arguably his own Yorkist verses and drawing of a white-rose emblem; evidence for Thorney’s wealth comes from his ownership of books and from his bequest of property to Jesus College.
Bone, G. “Extant Manuscripts Printed from by W. de Worde with Notes on the Owner, Roger Thorney.” The Library 4th ser. (): Bordalejo, Barbara. See Gavin Bone, “Extant Manuscripts Printed from by W. de Worde with Notes on the Owner, Roger Thorney,” The Library 4th ser. 12 (–32): – See also Alexandra Gillespie, “Folowynge the Trace of Mayster Caxton,” in Caxton’s Trace, ed.
William Kuskin (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, ), pp. –Cited by: 2. (18) On de Worde's edition of the Churl and the Bird from Trinity College MS R. 21, see Gavin Bone, 'Extant Manuscripts of Books Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, with notes on the Owner, Roger Thorney', Library, 4th series, 12 (), Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts in the British Museum in the years additional manuscriptsEgerton manuscriptsadditional charters and rollsdetached seals and casts CXLIIICLII.3, papyrifacsimiles of manuscripts Extant literature and extant music refers to texts or music that has survived from the past to the present time, as opposed to lost literature can be divided into extant original manuscripts, copies of original manuscripts, quotations and paraphrases of passages of non-extant texts contained in other works, translations of non-extant texts into other languages, or, more recently.
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Fondation Martin Bodmer. Between roughly andthe English vernacular became established as a language of literary, bureaucratic, devotional and controversial writing; metropolitan artisans formed guilds for the production and sale of books for the first time; and Gutenberg's and eventually Caxton's printed books reached their first English consumers.
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Bone, Gavin, “Extant manuscripts printed from by W. De Worde with notes on the owner, Roger Thorney”, The Library XII (): – Bowie, Fiona and Oliver Davies, eds, Hildegard of Bingen: An Anthology, London: Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, Browse Scribes: Choose an Appellation Close this box Adam Pinkhurst Adam Pinkhurst; Hand B Adrian Fortescue Antiquaries Scribe Antiquaries scribe or 'Cornhill' Astrolabe scribe Beryn scribe Beryn Scribe and Brut Corrector CUL Gg.
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