4 edition of Bibliotheca regia, or, The royal library found in the catalog.
Bibliotheca regia, or, The royal library
|Other titles||Royal library, Royal library.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1231:1.|
|Contributions||Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 839 p.|
|Number of Pages||839|
The “Last Knight” sees to the expansion of the library, which for the first time is referred to as “Bibliotheca Regia”, royal library. Read More Scholars and Their Libraries. A The imperial library acquires a book collection compris volumes guilders. Read More Library A digital co-operative library of royal manuscripts in Medieval and Renaissance Europe - Manuscripts of the Herzog August Bibliothek. Europeana Regia will create a European corpus of digitised manuscripts, testimonies of the circulation of texts and art in Europe in the Middle Ages and the
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However he was the first of those who were called tyrants to establish a library. 3. Because of his murderous, cruel and arrogant character many plots were formed against him, but he escaped them all until eventually Chion the son of Matris, a high-minded man who was a blood relation of Clearchus, formed a conspiracy with Leon, Euxenon and many Bibliotheca Non Grata is a public art project in the form of an imaginary library of rejected and thus non-existent books from across the world. Established as well as unestablished authors are invited to contribute to Bibliotheca Non Grata with titles of unpublished literary works which have been rejected by a publishing house or a publishing
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Bibliotheca regia, or, The royal library: containing a collection of such of the papers of his late Maiesty King Charls, the second monarch of Great Britain, as have escaped the wrack and ruines of these times: not extent in the Reliquiae Carolinae or the exact collection of Edward Husbands: in two books, the first relating to the concernments of the church, the second, unto those of the BOOKS SEEN BY SAMUEL WARD BIBLIOTHECA REGIA', CIRCA JAMES P.
CARLEY As early as the s the antiquary John Leland (i5O3?-i) envisaged the establishment of some sort of royal library, designed as a repository for the manuscript collections being removed from their previous monastic homes.^ From the period Get this from a library.
Bibliotheca regia, or, The royal library: containing a collection of such of the papers of His late Maiesty King Charls, the second monarch of Great Britain, as have escaped the wrack and ruines of these times, not extent in the Reliquiæ Carolinæ, or, the exact collection of Edward Husbands.
[Charles, King of England; Peter Heylyn] Bibliotheca Regia Hafniensis (The Royal Library of Copenhagen). Round stamp normally placed on title page, fly leaf, or pastedown.
The text is placed between an outer and an inner circle around a crown. Augustinus Steuchus Eugubinus: De perenni philosophia (). B.R.H. Bibliotheca Regia Hafniensis (The Royal Library of Copenhagen). /Shelf_marks_and_ownership_marks_of_the_Royal_Library.
Emperor Maximilian I and the Origins of the “Bibliotheca Regia”“: The “Last Knight” sees to the expansion of the library, which for the first time is referred to as “Bibliotheca Regia”, royal :// The principal objective of Europeana Regia is to reconstruct, in the form of a virtual library, the most important European royal collections of documents from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
This project will provide a means for researchers and the general public to access these rare and precious documents, through platforms such as Gallica, Belgica, Manuscripta Mediaevalia and Europeana A landmark building: reflections on the architecture of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina / Ismail Serageldin.
The new Library of Alexandria, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, is a truly very beautiful Located on a superb site on the historic eastern harbor of Alexandria, almost exactly where the old library and the royal palace of the Ptolemies Bibliotheca Corvina – Library of King Matthias Hunyadi, part of the Memory of the World.
Launched in Novemberthe content service is a renewed version of the corvina website created by National Széchényi Library inand is also part of the complex Corvina Program that has been going on for decades under the management of the Hungarian national :// THE EDITIO REGIA OF STEPHANUS Francis I., 2 he was accommodated with the use of fifteen MSS.
from the royal library; out of these, which Cardinal Franciscus Ximenes of Spain had instructed to be printed on the basis of the most ancient book-form manuscripts from the Library of the Pontiff Leo The Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies was established as a joint collaboration between the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Onassis Foundation, the Vardinoyannis Foundation, and the Alexandria University.
Graduates of classics or archaeology departments may apply directly for a master’s This manuscript is an account book kept by a Spanish royal treasury official in Peru for the yeardocumenting revenue received and payments made on behalf of the King of Spain, and tributes or royal fifths levied against the native people of the Spanish :// Diodorus Siculus, Library ("Agamemnon", "Hom.
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Although the royal library in Buda was largely made up of codices that had not originally been made for King Matthias, the character of the illuminations was not significantly influenced by this circumstance, since the previous owners, mostly cultivated prelates of the midth century, including Iohannes Vitéz, György Handó, Ianus Pannonius His most famous work is the Bibliotheca, also called the Myriobiblos or “the Ten Thousand Books”.
The latter title is an exaggeration, but his work is a summary of volumes of various works he claims to have read. It is part book review, part bragging and part synopsis of works he found :// 1 Erechtheus is recognized as the son of Pandion by the Parian Chronicle （ Marmor Parium 28ff.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, Bibliotheca regia, or, The royal library Charles I King of England Sanderson, William Sir, 2 books Peter Heylyn, 2 books Greville, Fulke Baron Brooke, 2 books Charles I King of England, 1 book Thomas Blount, 1 book William Crowne, 1 book Francis Cradocke, 1 book Henry Delaune Codex Manesse.
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The idea of a universal library in Alexandria may have been proposed by Demetrius of Phalerum, an exiled Athenian APOLLODURS, THE LIBRARY BOOK 3 FOOTNOTES BY J. FRAZER. The usual story was that the crafty Ulysses spread out baskets and women's gear, mingled with arms, before the disguised Achilles and his girlish companions in Scyros; and that while the real girls pounced eagerly on the feminine gauds, Achilles betrayed his sex by snatching at the :// Author of Charles I.
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