2 edition of Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton found in the catalog.
Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton
|Statement||ed. by R. C. Anderson.|
|Series||Publications of the Southampton Record Society ... |
|Contributions||Anderson, Roger Charles, 1883- ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.S69 S7 vol. 22|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||22000707|
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Letters of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries from the Archives of Southampton. Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton.
Southampton, Cox & Sharland, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R C Anderson; Southampton (England). A treatise on rigging written about the yearfrom a manuscript at Petworth House, edited by R.C.
Anderson ([Southampton, Eng.]: Society for Nautical Research, ). Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton, edited by R.C. Anderson Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton book Cox & Sharland, ). Richard II.
to Elizabeth. "The Black Book" of the Town of Southampton. Further particulars of this volume appear on subsequent pages of this catalogue: 1 (4.) 15th Century.
Treatise in English Verse on the Philosopher's Stone and Aurum Potabile, in twelve chapters, with a Preface, and concluding "Recapitulacio totius "operis.". 16th century; Filed under: Letters -- 16th century. Records of Journeys to Venice and the Low Countries, by Albrecht Dürer, trans. by Rudolf Tombo (Gutenberg text) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Epistolary fiction. Clara Howard; In a Series of Letters (Philadelphia: A. Dickins and H. Maxwell, ), by. Southampton corporation records.
Town Administration: charters from the 12th century onwards; minutes from the 14th century to date (including those of committees); Letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries from the archives of Southampton book of burgesses and freemen from the 15th century onwards; electoral rolls from to date; local acts and byelaws; Town Clerk's papers 16th century to 20th century.
Internet Archive BookReader Early woodcut initials; containing over thirteen hundred reproductions of ornamental letters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
France, Originally made for the woman depicted on fol. r; early 16th century. This Book of Hours of the Use of Paris is known as the Susanna Hours on account of its unusual cycle of twelve large miniatures narrating the story of Susanna, each of which is accompanied by a set of five rhyming AABBA verses in French, consisting of unique translations of chapter thirteen of the Book of Daniel.
The papers divide into six major groups of family and estate papers. An overview of the collections are set out below. For more detailed catalogues of the collections follow the Broadlands archives catalogues link.
Date range:16th century Size: boxes (i) Temple family, Viscounts Palmerston. Kent, 16th century; notes and extracts from wills, visitations etc Barrington Material on the Essex Barringtons, 12th century and later, including the text of G.A. Lowndes, The History of the Barrington Family, from Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, new series, vol.1 (), and other material in progress.
For more utilitarian volumes, smaller simpler handwriting forms were used. By the end of the thirteenth century the cursive script known as Anglicana, that first appeared in England in the twelfth century for the production of documents, was introduced into books as well.
This handwriting form predominated until the middle of the fifteenth century. Book history buffs don’t need to be told, but the rest of us probably do: incunable—from a Latin word meaning “cradle,” “swaddling clothes,” or “infancy”—refers to a book printed beforeduring the very first half-century of printing in overwhelming number of the works printed during this period were in Latin, the transcontinental language of philosophy.
A 15th-century letter found in an archive in Gdansk and believed to have been prepared for the son of Margery Kempe, who dictated the earliest surviving autobiography written. From chunky lettering straight from a fairy tale book to delicate, intricate lines that let the letters float from the page, his work is a valuable look at 16th-century script.
It’s possible to view the Model Book of Calligraphy in its entirety and download individual pages under the. Paston Family: letters and papers of the fifteenth century, Part I The e-text library at the University of Virginia has these on-line.
The documents date from to about Richard III Society: Fifteenth Century Texts: The Cely Papers. First page of the calendar. Book of Hours: Use of Toul, between and The Special Collections Research Center is fortunate to hold two Books of Hours from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in its collection.
Looking at these two volumes side by side, visitors to the SCRC can see for themselves the transition from the manuscript tradition to the printing tradition during the early. The Cecil Papers are a privately held archive of approximat sixteenth and seventeenth-century manuscripts, consisting principally of the correspondence of William Cecil, Lord Burghley () and his son Robert, the 1st Earl of Salisbury ().Author: Kathryn Rose.
Vellum: A 19th century antique psalter or a medieval illuminated manuscript leaf were commonly written on vellum paper from the 14th to 19th centuries. How Should You Preserve Antique Manuscripts. Archival Sleeves and Folders: An acid and lignin-free folder goes a long way to preserve your treasured items and provides support when handling each item.
Music: in Marsh Lute Book p. 61, Ballet's MS lute book p. 83, both "late 16th century". Ward adds a couple of pre sources and notes that the ground of Ravenscroft's "Round of Three Country Dances In One" (Pammelia # 74) (also in the Lant MS, KC1) is related.
Mr Gidden in 'Letters Patent of Southampton' Gidden, 'The Book of Remembrance of Southampton', Vol. ), when a "tennis playing place" is mentioned. The town was letting two tenements to Adrian Baker, locksmith and as a tennis court in the mid sixteenth century and possibly another site had been used in the fifteenth century.
It is. Taking the illustrated book as its central theme and containing books from the last six centuries and manuscripts from the three preceding, the collection's greatest strengths are in the fifteenth century woodcut books, early sixteenth-century illustrated books, William Blake, and twentieth-century.
These recognizances have their value as illustrating the commercial intercourse of the citizens of London with Gascony and Spain in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, more especially in connection with wine and leather; the names of those sworn as "correctors" (coretaru), or licensed brokers, of those commodities, appear on the first page of Letter-Book A.
On the other side of St Michael’s Square is Tudor House. Now a museum, it is a late fifteenth century timber-framed building. It backs onto the same stretch of walls as the Austens’ garden. Built by Sir John Dawtrey, who was Southampton’s Member of Parliament, it contains graffiti from Tudor sailors and privateers.
From the archive: On this day inthe Guardian reported that the maiden voyage of the Titanic, the largest ship ever launched, had ended in : Guardian Staff. The following list is not exhaustive, but aims to cover most of the terms which would be unfamiliar to modern researchers.
More in-depth explanations of Archdeaconry terminology can be found in the web page relating to the history and procedure of the court, and also in the descriptions of many of the Archdeaconry record series in the.
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One of the features of English handwriting in the fifteenth century was the gradual infiltration of a new script – what became known as secretary – until by the sixteenth century it had become the principal script. Though more angular than the Angliana script, it. What do wills tell us about 16 th Century Tudor Women.
By Mary Lawrence. In researching my third Bianca Goddard mystery, Death at St. Vedast, I needed an understanding about wills and testaments in the sixteenth century, specifically those written around the year By then, Henry’s Reformation was in.
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The resulting book, which amazes those who first see and handle it for its clarity and quality, is a triumph of fifteenth-century German craftsmanship at its best. Printing from movable type, therefore, was a German invention, which rather undermines the label "the Italian Renaissance.".
He wrote his PhD thesis on St George’s College in the fifteenth and early-sixteenth centuries – which he is now writing up for publication – spending many enjoyable days in the archives in the process.) Stories of Boccaccio (The Decameron), ed.
John Payne (), p. Blackletter (sometimes black letter), also known as Gothic script, Gothic minuscule, or Textura, was a script used throughout Western Europe from approximately until the 17th century.
It continued to be commonly used for the Danish language untiland for German, Estonian and Latvian until the s. Fraktur is a notable script of this type, and sometimes the entire group of Child systems: Fraktur,¹ Kurrentschrift, including Sütterlin. Occurring in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Philadelphia (April 2–4, ), this exhibition will examine the making of the hand-written and hand-illuminated book during a time of great political, religious, and technological transformation in.
WOMEN IN THE 16TH, 17TH, AND 18TH CENTURIES: INTRODUCTIONWomen in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries were challenged with expressing themselves in a patriarchal system that generally refused to grant merit to women's views.
Cultural and political events during these centuries increased attention to women's issues such as education reform, and by the end of the. The Manuscripts and Archives Research Library holds a major collection of over medieval and early modern manuscripts written in Irish. The Book of Kells (MS 58, c.
) contains 12th-century notes in Irish recording land grants and the Book of Armagh (MS 52, c) contains glosses on the documents relating to St Patrick and "Tíreachan’s Annotations" on the life of St Patrick.
Typography - Typography - History of typography: Whatever else the typographer works with, he works with type, the letter that is the basic element of his trade. It has already been said that there have been but three major type families in the history of Western printing: (1) black letter, commonly and not quite rightly called Gothic by the English; (2) roman, in Germany still called by its.
7-volume compilation contains U.S. treaties, laws and executive orders related to Native American tribes. The volumes cover treaties (Volume II) and laws and executive orders (Volumes I, III-VII). (Oklahoma State Univ.) Indians of North America Engravings by Theodore de Bry.
16th-century engravings. (Birmingham Public Library)Author: Erin Owens. The elegance of joined letters as derived from the natural liquidity of writing inspired the great Venetian italic types of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and continues to inform typography today.
*Editor’s Note: We included the ligatures that were readily available online for this story. Long, flowery letter closures reflected an age when people took greater pleasure in writing and reading, often by candlelight, Macauley said. In today’s hurried world of cellular phones, fax.
This shouldn’t surprise us, for Venice in the late 16th and early 17th centuries – the period in which Othello is set and when Shakespeare wrote his play – was still home to people of a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
A detail from a late 15th-century painting by Vittore Carpaccio called ‘The Healing of the Possessed Man’ shows not only nobles, clerks and prelates. The New York Times Archives. life contains the material for at least one great book has this limitation.
true of the so-called odyssey of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the. This is a curious mix of diary and family history, which seems to have been unique for Florence during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
 These books evolved from the record books merchants used to keep track of their business affairs. The ricordanze were essentially the same, only involving the private affairs. But often the family.The Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Map Collection includes 30 portolan charts and atlases of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the Cartes Marines Manuscript Map Collection of maps of French possessions around the world (ca.
), and about .