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Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The facsimiles are from various sources: clippings from printed books, prospectuses and sale-catalogues, as well as original reproductions from manuscripts in the Bodleian, Oxford College Libraries, and in other institutional or private libraries. The collection includes facsimiles of Latin, English, Greek and French manuscripts.
Extents: 16 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
Collection of moral and political apophthegms in Latin and other languages, compiled by Abel d'Allonne.
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. misc. d. 46
Extents: 292 pages
Dates: late 17th century
Collection of private papers and devotions written in Switzerland, on parchment, by Johannes Philippus Jonas
Collection of private papers and devotions written in Switzerland, on parchment, by Johannes Philippus Jonas, 1598, entitled 'Orationes seu preces aliquot devotae ad pium orandi usum hinc inde sparsim collectae 1598'
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. liturg. g. 6
Extents: 97 Leaves
The following, from the collection of facsimiles made by James Wardrop: bromide prints, reduced in scale, of Matteo Contugi da Volterra, Letters to Bendetto Dei in Florence. Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana MS. Vat. Lat. 9063, fols. 112-34). cf. James Wardrop, Times Literary Supplement, 27 May, 1949, 347 enlarged microfilms of Liviuas Guidoloctus of Urbino, Latin…
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
Manuscripts collected by William Laud, consisting of Greek, Latin and miscellaneous manuscripts. The collection includes sermons; manuscripts relating to the Bible, theology, Saint Anselm, and Saint Augustine; and four volumes relating to Ireland and Irish affairs collected out of Sir Robert Cotton's library and elsewhere, by Sir George Carew, afterwards Earl of Totnes, and President of the Province of Munster, 17th century.
Extents: 972 shelfmarks
Dates: 7th-17th century
Manuscript copy of the 1568 edition of Epistola magistri Benedicti Passavantii responsiva ad commissionem sibi datam a ... Petro Lyseto
>Manuscript copy of the 1568 edition of Epistola magistri Benedicti Passavantii responsiva ad commissionem sibi datam a ... Petro Lyseto; bound with a printed copy of Epistola M. Arthusii de Cressonnieriis Britonis Galli (Tours?, 1611).
Shelfmark: MS. Lat. th. f. 9
Extents: 70 manuscript leaves
Dates: 17th century
Manuscripts collected by Selden, including some mathematical, astronomical and astrological manuscripts. The majority of the manuscripts are in a variety of languages, mainly Latin, but also including English, Greek, Italian, French, Russian, German, Slavonic, Spanish, Portuguese, and Irish. The collection also includes many oriental manuscripts. MS. Arch. Seld. B. 62B, dating to the 18th century, was not part of Selden's original collection.
Extents: 364 shelfmarks
Dates: 8th-18th cent.
Manuscripts of Jan Meerman, consisting of Greek and Latin manuscripts.
Extents: 59 shelfmarks
Dates: 11th-17th cent.
Notes by H. O. Coxe on (fols. 1-23) Latin and (fols. 24v-41) Greek manuscripts, mainly in the Bodleian Library
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 202
Extents: 42 Leaves
Dates: 19th century
Papers of Falconer Madan relating to manuscripts of Vergil. The papers include a collation by Madan, 1877, of selected lines in forty-one Bodleian manuscripts of Vergil, on the text of Otto Ribbeck's first edition of the works (Leipzig, 1859-62). There are also notes and articles by Madan on Vergil manuscripts, mainly in the Bodleian, including a section on the Old High German glosses in MS. Auct. F.1.16 (SC 8856), with a few from other libraries, 1876-80.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Lindsay's notes on and photographs of early Latin manuscripts. This material forms the mass of 'necessary statistics' on which were based Lindsay's Notae Latinae; an account of abbreviations in Latin MSS. of the early minuscule period (c. 700-850) (Cambridge 1915), and his contribution towards D. Bain, A supplement to Notae Latinae (Abbreviations in Latin MSS. of 850 to 1050 AD) (Cambridge 1936). The collection is particularly valuable since…
Extents: 18 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
Manuscripts collected by Sir Thomas Roe. Of the collection, 27 are Greek, one Hebrew, one Arabic, and one Latin.
Extents: 30 shelfmarks
Dates: 10th-17th cent.