Palaeography of Gothic Manuscript Books From the Twelfth to the Early Sixteenth Century
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Description: Albert Derolez has developed new terminology for describing the different scripts in this detailed study of handwriting in manuscript books produced in western and central Europe from c.1100 to c.1530. This makes Derolez's survey unique and an ideal tool for all interested in late-medieval book and handwriting culture. The text is illustrated with 600 drawings of letter-forms and 160 photographs of parts of manuscripts reproduced to actual-size.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 5/4/2006
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|The manuscript book in the late Middle Ages|
|The Carolingian heritage|
|Southern textualis and semitextualis|
|Cursive scripts in general|
|Hybrida and semihybrida|
|Gothico-humanistica and other 'hors systeme' scripts|
|Index of manuscripts reproduced in the plates|