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Title Codices latini antiquiores; a palaeographical guide to Latin manuscripts prior to the ninth century, edited by E.A. Lowe ...

Imprint Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1934-1966.

Call No.Z114 .C677
LocationMoore Special Collections

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Description 12v. facsims. 45cm.
Note "Edited under the auspices of the Union académique internationale for the American council of learned societies and the Carnegie institution of Washington."
"A succinct description ... of all known Latin literary manuscripts on papyrus, parchment, or vellum which may be regarded as older than the ninth century, accompanied by a specimen, undreduced, of the script, and supplemented by a selected bibliography."
Notes include lists of abbreviations with explanations.
Includes bibliographies.
Contents I. The Vatican city.--II. Great Britain and Ireland.--III. Italy: Ancona-Novara.--IV.Italy: Perugia-Verona.--V. France: Paris.--VI. France: Abbeville-Valenciennes.--VII. Switzerland.--VIII. Germany: Altenburg-Leipzig.-- IX. Germany: Maria Laach-Würzburg.--X. Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Egypt, and Holland.--XI. Hungary, Luxembourg, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, The United States, and Yugoslavia.
Subject Paleography, Latin.
Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsimiles.
Manuscripts, Latin -- Catalogs.
Abbreviations, Latin.
Added Author Lowe, E. A. (Elias Avery), 1879-1969.
Union académique internationale.
American Council of Learned Societies.
Carnegie Institution of Washington.