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Verlag: M. Moleiro Editor, Barcelona, limited edition facsimile, 2004 and commentary 2006, 2004
Limited edition of 987 numbered copies. 2 vols,comprising facsimile: riginal full calf, gilt, 48 cm, and commentary: cloth, 4to, 39 cm, facsimile:  pp, many illuminated, most heightened in gold; Commentary : 292,  pp, ills (some colour). A superb full-size, full-colour facsimile reproduction of the 13th/14th century ms. Latin 8846, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris (also known as the Anglo-Catalan psalter), together with the English-language commentary volume. Text of the facsimile in in Latin, in three parallel columns which present three different Latin translations of the Psalter: the Psalterium Romanum, the Psalterium Hebraicum, and the Psalterium Gallicanum. With more than 140 miniatures illuminated in gold and 190 decorated initials painted on a gold ground. Contents of the commentary volume include: : Brief description of the manuscript, by Nigel Morgan; The Utrecht psalter and its copies, by Nigel Morgan; The Anglo-Catalan psalter, the Canterbury part, by Nigel Morgan; Ferrer Bassa and the Anglo-Catalan psalter, by Rosa Alcoy; The texts of the Anglo-Catalan psalter, by Klaus Reinhardt; The illustrations of the Anglo-Catalan psalter, by Nigel Morgan, Rosa Alcoy. Bibliography. Also included is the CD issued by the publisher. From " Bibliographic Treasures and Medieval Maps": "This manuscript was illustrated in two different periods:  Canterbury, c. 1200- 184 pages. It opens with what Leroquais called the Psalter prologue, consisting of 8 extraordinary, full-page miniatures, and continues with 52 fascinating miniatures at the beginning of each Psalm. Most pages feature decorated initials.  Catalonia, c. 1340: from page 185 onwards we find 46 miniatures framed by bright colours and divided into two or three bands each divided into two or three compartments.This section is characterised by the great iconographic freedom of the typological interpretation of both the Psalms and the New Testament prophecies. The architectural and plant details and motifs, and the dress and colour range employed are very homogenous, although certain stylistic variations indicate the participation of different artists from the same workshop. The part painted by Ferrer Bassa was, in all likelihood, commissioned by Peter the Ceremonious." Copy No. 335. Facsimile: Near Fine in the publisher's slipcase, which has some small scratches and is stamped in gilt with the name Robert M. Wilson. Commentary volume and CD both as new in the publisher's shrinkwrap.
Verlag: Barcelona, Moleiro, 2004., 2004
480 x 332mm. 356 Seiten über140 teils großformatige, mit Gold geschmückte Miniaturen und 190 Initialen auf Goldgrund, sowie 289 historisierte Initialen auf karminrotem Hintergrund. Entstehung: um 1200 in Canterbury und um 1350 in Katalonien vollendet. Der kommentierte anglo-katalanische Dreifach-Psalter stellt in jeder Hinsicht ein außergewöhnliches Kunstwerk dar. Er enthält die drei dem Heiligen Hieronymus zugeschriebenen lateinischen Fassungen oder Übersetzungen der Psalmen, die als Psalterium Romanum, Gallicum und Hebraicum bezeichnet werden. Die Pracht des Codex läßt vermuten, daß der Psalter dem unbekannten Auftraggeber weniger zu Studienzwecken diente, sondern ihm in erster Linie zu hohem Ansehen verhelfen sollte. Ihre Besitzer stammten aus den höchsten Ständen dieser Epoche und sind unter den einflussreichsten Herrschern zu suchen. Wahrscheinlich stammt es aus der Bibliothek von Jean de Berry, wie nach einem Inventar der Bücher und Schmuckstücke des Herzogs zu schließen ist. Es ist möglich, dass es Teil der 78 verkauften Kodizes ist, welche Charles Croy, Graf von Chimay im Jahre 1511 an Margarete von Österreich, Regentin über die Niederlanden, verkaufte. Faksimile. Ohne den Kommentar. Leder in Lederschuber. Limitierte Auflage 987 Exemplare. Schuber minimal berieben, Faksimile absolut neuwertiges Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0.
Verlag: London: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co Ltd for the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral
Zustand: Used - Very Good. 1935. Stout quarto, xv 59 pp. 1 color plate followed by ff. 286 black & white facsimile plates. Color frontispiece. Royal blue cloth with gilt stamped seal of the Cathedral on front board. Spine sunned with minor scuffing to extremities; large old water stain to rear board which has caused some discoloration and slight waviness; foxing as per usual; crease to rfep. Otherwise, internals are near fine. #300 of 450.
Verlag: Published by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd, London, 1935
, xv, 286 pages limited edition printing of 425 numbered copies of which this is number 394, with a tissue-guarded colour frontispiece, facsimile reproduction Limited Edition of 425 Copies, This Being No. 394 , previous owner's name and address to front pastedown, spotting to very occasional pages, facsimile clean and bright, cover also clean but with some general rubbing, book in very good condition , blue cloth with gilt shield to cover and titles to spine, gilt to page foreedges at head 33.5 x 26 cm Hardback ISBN:
Verlag: Printed and published for the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral, by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co., Ltd, London, first edition, 1935, 1935
Limited edition of 450 copies, of which this is one of the 425 numbered copies. Cloth over bevelled boards, top edge gilt, gilt cover device, 4to, 34 cm, xv, 59,  pp, 286 leaves of plates ( 4 colour, others monochrome). A full facsimile of the most richly illuminated twelfth-century English book ( Trinity College, Cambridge, R. 17.1) one of England's greatest works of art. From the introduction: "The primary object of the present introduction is to furnish an explanation of the pictures in this famous manuscript. With the written text I am not so nearly concerned, though much of it is of the highest interest, and, naturally, enough will have to be said about it to give the reader his bearings.[The manuscript] was written at Christ Church, Canterbury, about the middle of the twelfth century by a scribe named Eadwine, a monk of the house." Contents: The Canterbury Psalter: its externals: history: contents; The Kalendar; The text of the Psalter: the three versions: the glosses; The illustrations: the source, the Utrecht Psalter, its origin and history; Description of the illustrations of Ps. i-cl; Other copies of the Utrecht Psalter, Harley 603, Paris Lat. 8846; Structure of the Canterbury Psalter; Numbering of the Psalms; Other methods of illustrating the Psalter; Extracts from the Kalendar; Description of the illustrations of the Canticles, etc.; The plan of the waterworks of the monastery of Christ Church; Index of Subjects represented. Covers slightly rubbed and scuffed with minor marks, minor spotting to endpapers and half-title, contents otherwise Very Good.
Verlag: J. Parker; F. C. and J Rivington; Clarendon Press 1817-20, Oxford, 1817
Leather. Zustand: Good Only. None (illustrator). A five volume set of works by Reverend Richard Mant and Reverend George D'Oyly being a comprehsive annotated copy of the bible, alongside a copy of the Book of Common-Prayer. Reverend Richard Mant edition of the Bible alongside a copy of the Book of Common Prayer. An annotated bible with numerous notes and additional by the two clergyman, Richard Man and George D'Oyly. Reverend Richard Mant was a English clergyman who notable wrote numerous works of religious history. Highly ranking in the church Mant became was appointed Bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore. Bound in a quarter reverse calf binding, with marbled paper covered boards. This work has been prepared and arranged by Reverend Richard Mant alongside Reverend George D'Oyly. Reverend George D'Oyly was a cleric, academic and theologian. Among his most notable literary works include this collaboration with Richard Mant. Published under the direction of The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. In a half reverse calf binding, with marbled paper covered boards. Externally worn, with heavy rubbing and bumping to the spine and extremities. Heavy loss to the extremities of the front and rear boards. The front and rear boards of volume I are detached but present. Crack to the front and rear joints of The Book of Common Prayer, the front and rear joints of volume I and to the rear joints of volume III and IV. Age toning to the fore edge of each volume. Heavy offsetting to the front and rear endpapers with light spotting. Internally generally firmly bound. Pages are lightly cockled, with the occasional spot. Good Only. book.
Verlag: Lund, Humphries for Canterbury Cathedral 1935. Lge4to (33cm). xv, 59pp; 4 col pls; 572 collotype pls. 1935, 1935
No 70 of 450 copies. Orig blue cloth, t.e.g, gilt seal on cover, rubbed & marked; spotting. Sound copy. Lge4to (33cm). xv, 59pp; 4 col pls; 572 collotype pls.
Verlag: Percy Lund, Humphries, for The Friends of Canterbury Cathedral, 1935
hardcover. Zustand: good. No Jacket. Limited Edition. Percy Lund, Humphries, 1935. RARE Limited Edition hardback, no dustjacket. No. #207 of 450 copies. Subscriber's copy, from the library of James Rosseter. Blue boards with gilt top edge & Canterbury seal to the front cover. Slight bumping to spine & corners, minor wear to spine & covers, which show some sunning. Name to flyleaf. Good Limited Edition copy of a rare vintage book. book.
Verlag: Friends of Canterbury Cathedral; Percy Lund, Humphries & Co., 1935
Hardcover, no dust jacket. Folio. Worn cover, shaken, foxing. 59, 286 pages. Heavy item, will require additional shipping fees. pp.
London, 1935. XV,59 pp. B./w. plts. Hardcover. - Corners en spine-ends sl. worn. Some foxing.
Zustand: Bon. 59pp & 286pl London, 1935, in-8, 59pp & 286pl, Reliure éditeur pleine percaline, De la bibliothèque d'André Crépin! Attention! les 73 premières pages abimées et restaurées sinon très bel exemplaire! in-8. 59pp & 286pl.
Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Association/ The Pennsylvania University Press, London/ University Park, 1992
Hardcover. Black cloth boards with gilt spine lettering; black dust jacket with color illustration, tan and red lettering; mylar cover; color illustrated frontispiece; xvii, 228 pp, 49 unnumbered pages of bw and color plates. Text mainly in English, with some text in Latin. The Eadwine Psalter (Cambridge, Trinity College MS R.17.1) is arguably the most ambitious manuscript produced in England in the twelfth century. Over a dozen scribes and artists combined to produce a book which contains five different versions of the text of the Psalms, three in Latin, one in Old English, and one in Anglo-Norman, with a prologue, a commentary, and a concluding prayer to each Psalm. In addition, the most complex set of Psalter illustrations available, those from the ninth-century Utrecht Psalter, was adapted for the project; the largest known cycle of prefatory biblical pictorial narratives of the period was devised and appended as a pictorial preface; and every Psalm, prayer, and Canticle was given a set of fully illuminated major initials as well as gold and silver minor initials throughout. Several other noteworthy images feature in the book: a portrait of the 'Prince of Scribes', Eadwine himself, the depiction of a comet, and the two plans of the precinct waterworks of Canterbury Cathedral Priory installed c. 1160. In the past the various aspects of this complex compilation have been treated individually (or in some cases not at all). It is the aim of the present volume of studies to counteract the tendency of modern scholarship to fragment its subjects by bringing under scrutiny between two covers all the major components of the Eadwine Psalter. To this end, thirteen distinguished specialists representing all the fields of enquiry have collaborated over a number of years and have consulted each other, comparing notes and opinions. The result is a volume of communal endeavour which locates the manuscript within a particular milieu, at once monastic and proud, aware of contemporary scholarship but inherently conservative. Contents include: Introduction / Margaret Gibson -- Ch. I. Codicology and Palaeography / Nicholas Pickwoad and Teresa Webber. 1. Codicology / Nicholas Pickwoad. A. The Original Format. B. The Membrane. C. Collation Marks. D. Endleaves. E. Pricking. F. Sewing. G. Lacing-In. H. The Seventeenth-Century Binding. 2. The Script / Teresa Webber. A. Introduction. B. Mise-en-Page. C. Script and Scribes. I. The Latin Psalter and Canticle Texts. II. The Latin Gloss. III. Other Latin Texts. IV. The Anglo-Norman Version. V. The Old English Texts. D. The Sequence of Production. E. The Eadwine Psalter and Book Production at Christ Church, Canterbury -- Ch. II. Decoration and Illustration / George Henderson and T.A. Heslop. 1. Introduction / T.A. Heslop. 2. The Four Bible Picture Leaves. A. The Place of the Leaves in the Eadwine Psalter / T.A. Heslop. B. The Visual Sources of the Picture Leaves / T.A. Heslop.; C. The Textual Basis of the Picture Leaves / George Henderson. I. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, MS M. 724. II. London, British Library, MS Add. 37472. III. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, MS M. 521. IV. London, Victoria and Albert Museum, MS 661. 3. The Psalm Illustrations / T.A. Heslop. A. The First Seven Psalms. I. The Psalm I Illustrator: The Superbia Master. II. The Psalm 2 Illustrator: The Mount Sion Artist. III. Psalms 3, 5, 6, and 7: The Principal Illuminator. IV. The Psalm 4 Illustrator: The Corpus 4 Master. B. From Psalm 8 to the End of the Canticles. 4. The Illuminated Initials / T.A. Heslop. A. The Large Painted Initials. B. The Minor Initials. C. The Calendar Initials. 5. The Artistic Context / T.A. Heslop -- Ch. III. The Calendar / Richard W. Pfaff. 1. General Considerations. 2. The Layout of the Calendar. 3. The Contents. 4. The Eleventh-Century Basis. 5. Conclusion; The Possible Role of Eadui Basan -- Ch. IV. The Tituli, Collects, Canticles, and Creeds / Richard W. Pfaff.; 1. The Tituli. 2. The Psalter Collects. 3. The Canticles and Creeds -- Ch. V. The Latin Apparatus / Margaret Gibson. 1. Introduction. 2. The Parva Glosatura. 3. The Gloss to the Canticles and the Athanasian Creed. 4. The Prologues. 5. The Gallicanum. 6. Appendix of Texts -- Ch. VI. English Version / Patrick P. O'Neill. 1. Previous Scholarship. 2. The Relationship to Other Old English Psalter Glosses. 3. Sources and Composition. A. The Main Source, *Ead. B. Sources for Canticles 8-15. C. An English Gloss to Psalm 151. D. The Old English Metrical Psalms. E.A D-Type Psalter. F. Modernizations and Independent Glossing. G. Conclusions. 4. The Stages of Copying in the English Gloss. 5. The English Gloss in its Cultural Context. 6. The Romanum in the Eadwine Psalter -- Ch. VII. The Anglo-Norman Version / Dominique Markey. 1. The Text of the Hebraicum. 2. The Anglo-Norman Version: Introduction. 3. The Exemplar of the Eadwine Psalter. 4. The Corrections of the Eadwine Psalter.; 5. The Relation of the Eadwine Psalter to Paris, BN, MS lat. 8846. 6. Conclusions: The Hebraicum Texts of the Eadwine Psalter -- Ch. VIII. The Comet in the Eadwine Psalter / Simon Keynes -- Ch. IX. The Prognostications of the Eadwine Psalter / Charles Burnett -- Ch. X. The Waterworks Drawings of the Eadwine Psalter / Francis Woodman. 1. Introduction. 2. The Date of the Waterworks System. 3. The Small Waterworks Drawing. 4. The Large Waterworks Drawing. 5. The Hydraulic System. 6. The Architectural Evidence of the Large Waterworks Drawing. 7. Is the Large Drawing a Measured Plan? 8. The Artist of the Large Waterworks Drawing -- Ch. XI. Eadwine and his Portrait / T.A. Heslop -- Ch. XII. Paris, BN, MS lat. 8846 and the Eadwine Psalter / Patricia Stirnemann. 1. The Relationship with the Eadwine Psalter -- Direct or Indirect? 2. Ancient Models in the Late Twelfth Century. 3. Excursus: Paris, BN, MS lat. 8846 and the Bedford Master.; Ch. XIII. The History of the Eadwine Psalter / T.A. Heslop and David McKitterick. 1. The Eadwine Psalter at Canterbury a.
Verlag: London: J. G. F. and J. Rivington, 1840, 1840
FINELY BOUND, fifth edition thus. Quarto (30 x 24cm), pp. 2, lxxii, 966 . In two columns with very extensive notes by Rev. Mant. In contemporary dark brown diced calf with raised bands, gilt titles to spine and further blind decoration to spine. Yellow coated endpapers; all edges gilt. Armorial bookplate of S. H. Lee Warner to front pastedown; armorial bookplate of Bryan Hall to front free endpaper. Family ownership inscriptions in black ink to verso of front free endpaper and fly-leaf, indicating the gift of the book to Septimus Henry Lee Warner by his father in 1843, and then to his daughter Julia on his death in 1870. One further armorial bookplate of Bryan Hall to blank page facing the title. Light external wear - very good overall.
Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Association / Penn State 1992, 1992
VG bright tight copy in publishers cloth in like slightly rubbed dustjacket. 1st edition of an elusive title. ISBN 0947623469.
Verlag: Oxford: Printed by W. Baxter for J. Parker and C. and J. Rivington, 1825, 1825
FINELY BOUND, third edition thus. Quarto (31 x 25cm), pp. lxxii, 966 . In two columns with very extensive footnotes by Rev. Mant. Contemporary panelled and gilt-decorated brown calf, re-backed in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century. Raised bands, gilt titles and decoration to spine; marbled endpapers; all edges gilt. Heavy spotting to endpapers and blanks, otherwise quite crisp and clean internally. Hinges repaired with leather strips. Heavy wear and rubbing to boards. Spine less worn, but joints starting. Very good.
Verlag: Penn State University Press 1992-12-22, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Item is in very good condition. If supplemental codes/CDs for textbooks are required please contact us prior to purchasing as they may be missing. Photos are stock pictures and not of the actual item.
Verlag: Penn State University Press, 1992
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Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Association 1992-08-31, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Fine. Item is in like new condition with minor shelf wear. Might have a remainder mark or slight wear from sitting on the shelf.
Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Association, London, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Oversized hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. 228pp, plus 30 or so pages of 50+ plates at the rear. Jacket has light edgewear and there is minor foxing to jacket flaps, FEP and half title page. No other notable flaws. A very good, clean and bright copy. AD. Used.
Verlag: Penn State University Press, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. First edition thus1992 Hardcover VG+/VG DJ; Minor shelf-wear. Free of any markings and no writing. For Additional Information or pictures, Please Inquire.
Verlag: The Modern Humanities Research Association / Pennsylvania University Press, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. Name of previous owner on front free endpaper in pencil. No other markings.
Verlag: MHRA/ Penn State University Press, 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Short tear to jacket.
Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Assoc, 1992
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The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1992. 228 pp., + 49 plates, folio, cloth/d-j. Mint condition.
Verlag: Modern Humanities Research Ass'n / Penn State U., 1992
Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good+. Light edgewear to dust jacket. ; 47 pages of b/w plates. Color frontispiece. Due to size, ships within US only and only by media rate mail. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 228 pp; Publications Of The Modern Humanities Research Association.
Verlag: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [ S.P.C.K. ], London, 1916
Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. First Edition. LONDON : 1916, 1916. [ 'Prayer Book Psalter Revised. Report & Text'. Two separately published items bound together.]. Hardback. Dark-purple textured cloth; gilt lettered spine. Black lettered cover. A tight, bright and clean copy. Neat owner name; no internal markings. VERY GOOD INDEED. Scarce as two items together. See D&M 2195 [ And Herbert Catalogue ]. 147, (iv), 43 pages. **Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Cumberland, Literature, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Sm.8vo.
Verlag: General Books LLC, 2010
Zustand: Like New. Used - Like New. This is a reproduction of an out of print title. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. Your purchase helps support Sri Lankan Children's Charity 'The Rainbow Centre'. Our donations to The Rainbow Centre have helped provide an education and a safe haven to hundreds of children who live in appalling conditions.
Verlag: E. Karras, 1903
Dissertation. o. A. Original-Dissertation! GUTER Zustand, kaum Lagerspuren. Wir haben Hunderte Dissertationen bekannter Persönlichkeiten auf Lager, sprechen Sie uns bitte einfach an! DSX Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 330.
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