Europe -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Papers, mainly exercise notebooks containing notes for lectures, of Henry William Carless Davis (1874-1928), Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford University.
Extents: 5.0 Linear metres (50 physical shelfmarks)
Dates: [1901-1922], n.d.
Album of genealogical tables of ruling families of Europe and the Middle East compiled by Reginald Edgar Berkeley Maxse
Album of genealogical tables of ruling families of Europe and the Middle East compiled by Reginald Edgar Berkeley Maxse, c. 1935.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. a. 10
Extents: 172 Leaves
Dates: c. 1935
Correspondence and papers of the historian, Sir Frederick Maurice Powicke, mainly relating to his academic work.
Extents: 6.8 Linear metres (41 physical shelfmarks)
A general history of Europe, from the time of Julius Caesar to the beginning of the 16th century, written in about A.D. 1520 m North Italy.
Shelfmark: MS. Add. D. 1
Extents: 240 Leaves
Dates: written in about A.D. 1520 in North Italy
Notes on the history of Europe in the Middle Ages in Latin and shorthand, made by Sir Dudley Ryder.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. hist. e. 4
Extents: 219 Leaves
Dates: early 18th century
Notes and lectures, with some miscellaneous papers, of H.W.C. Davis, mainly relating to English and European history.
Extents: 128 shelfmarks
Dates: 19th-20th century
Modern history lecture notes, reading lists and notes, and essays of Murray Edward Gordon Finch-Hatton as an undergraduate of Balliol College. The collection includes papers relating to English history, European history, and political economy.
Extents: 5 shelfmarks
Modern history reading notes and essays of Richard de la Mare as an undergraduate.
Extents: 7 shelfmarks
Papers of R.V. Lennard, consisting of: Essays and notes taken at lectures, mainly as an undergraduate at New College, 1904-7 Lectures by Lennard, c.1919-51 Notebooks and notes on English and European history Printed ephemera, 1907-36
Extents: 53 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.