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study of books privately owned in England, 1300-1450.

Susan Hagen Cavanaugh

study of books privately owned in England, 1300-1450.

by Susan Hagen Cavanaugh

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Published in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Books -- History -- Great Britain

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6602 C38
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 1036 p.
    Number of Pages1036
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15437795M

    Hagen Cavanaugh = Susan Hagen Cavanaugh, A Study of Books privately owned in England , a dissertation in the Department of English (Ph.D.), University of Pennsylvania, Author: Giovanni Fiesoli. For the medieval period there are several sources of information: N.R. Ker has contributed an important list of manuscripts and printed books belonging to corporate bodies down to l (no); S.H. Cavanaugh's unpublished Ph.D. on books privately owned in England, , records 8, or so printed wills, inventories and other sources (no.

    You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Hundred Years War (date) Fall of Byzantine Empire (date) A book written by King Henry VIII of England, criticizing Luther's views on the Catholic Church. A writer in 16th century England who wrote The Six Books of the Commonwealth (), which strongly supported the divine right of kings.

    Series: British History in Perspective.   There is also a usefully annotated version in Susan H. Cavanaugh, ‘A Study of Books Privately Owned in England, –’, 2 vols (unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Pennsylvania, ), ii, –Cited by: 3.


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A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: - brings together a large sample of this information, chiefly from documentary sources. The dissertation consists of an index of private owners with a brief biography and booklist for each, an introductory discussion of sources used and problems of interpreting the material, and indexes of Cited by: 5.

A mass of evidence survives pertaining to books privately owned during the Middle Ages, but this evidence is fragmentary and contained in such diverse sources as wills, inventories, household and other accounts, and study of books privately owned in England inscriptions in extant manuscripts.^ A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: - brings together a large Author: SUSAN HAGEN CAVANAUGH.

The authorities are MR I. ; C. Spurgeon, Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism, 3 vols (); R.M. Wilson, The Lost Literature of Medieval England (), pp. The early records are gathered by S.H.

Cavanaugh, 'A study of books privately owned in England ' (U. of Pennsylvania Ph.D. ).Author: M.C. Seymour. A Study of Books Privately Owned in England, 2 vols. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Pennsylvania, Chartier, Roger.

The Cultural Uses of. Susan Cavanaugh Books privately owned in England Brewer 88 Mary Hamel MLQ 51 90 Arthurian romance in 15th c. Lindsey: booklists of the Lords Welles Michelle Brown, Guide to Western Historical Scripts to Toronto 90 Linda Brownrigg (ed.), Med.

book production Anderson-Lovelace in Joel Rosenthal, "Aristocratic Cultural Patronage and Book Bequests, ," Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library 64 () Susan Cavanaugh makes this point in the introduction to "A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: ," 2 vols.

(Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, ).Cited by: The Dean of the Arches is the judge who presides in the provincial ecclesiastical court of the Archbishop of Canterbury. This court is called the Arches Court of Canterbury. It hears appeals from consistory courts and bishop's disciplinary tribunals in the province of Canterbury.

The Dean of the Arches is appointed jointly by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York. A wide-ranging and innovative series of essays, this volume is a major contribution to the history of the book in medieval England.

Reviews 'The chapters that form The Production of Books in England, – are consistently high quality essays that create a well-integrated unit. Chapter 3 treats five book bequests in Anglo-Saxon England in some detail, followed by a survey and discussion of English testaments in the periods ––, and – Here, the study of cases where a testament and an inventory of privately owned books survive for the same person is of special interest.

‘A Study of Books Privately Owned in England, –’, 2 vols. (unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Pennsylvania, ).

Wathey, A. B., ‘Music in the Royal and Noble Households in Late Medieval England: Studies of Sources and Patronage’ (unpublished doctoral thesis, University of Oxford, ).Cited by: 2.

8 These two books were listed in the inventory made of the goods of the small-scale grocer William Cost, whose total goods were worth only a few pounds (see S. Cavanaugh, ‘A study of books privately owned in England: –’ (unpublished University of Pennsylvania.

[Show full abstract] inscriptions in extant manuscripts.^ A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: - brings together a large sample of this information, chiefly from documentary Author: Neslihan Senocak.

London Literature, – English literary culture in the fourteenth century was vibrant and A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Cavanaugh, Susan H.

‘A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: –’, 2 vols. Unpub. Uni-versity of Pennsylvania Ph.D. diss., Comp: The Middle. To come back to that number of around 8, documents: while this work took a lot of labour on my part, it would have been impossible without Susan H.

Cavanaugh’s extraordinary doctoral dissertation, ‘A Study of Books Privately Owned in England, –’ (UPenn, ). Susan H. Cavanaugh, ‘A study of books privately owned in England: –’ (unpublished PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania, ), 77–8, 87 and –4. John C.

Fox, ‘An Anglo-Norman Apocalypse from Shaftesbury Abbey’, Modern Language Review, 8 (), –Cited by: 1. A study of books privately owned in England: ” 2 vols Unpublished PhD thesis University of Pennsylvania Cavanaugh Susan Les cahiers des manuscrits grecs. 'A Study of Books Privately Owned in England: ' brings together a large sample of this information, chiefly from documentary sources.

The dissertation consists of an index of private owners with a brief biography and booklist for each, an introductory discussion of sources used and problems of interpreting the material, and indexes of.

Susan Cavanaugh’s ‘Study of books privately owned in England, –’ 28 and Leedham-Green’s Books in Cambridge inventories catalogue the appraised book-holdings of the educated classes, the latter members of the university (including a few ‘privileged’ persons, like Agnes, husband of Peter and mother of John, Cheke) appearing.

Cavanaugh, S. "A Study of books privately owned in England " Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania, Cooper, Charles M. "Jerome's 'Hebrew Psalter' and the New Latin Version." Journal of Biblical Literature, (): Cortes, J.

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Gillespie, Vincent, ‘Vernacular Books of Religion’, Book Production and Publishing in Britain(eds A Short-Title Catalogue of Books printed in England, Scotland and Ireland and of English Books printed abroad Education and asssociation: the bureaucrat in the reign of Henry VI Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the great seal, I.

London. Cavanaugh, S. H. a and b. A study of books pri- vately owned in England: 2 ~01s. Ph.D. diss. Princeton University. S.H. CavanaughA study of books privately owned in England Cited by: 3.