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Ter Duinen, c. 1200: Scribe and Artist, or Scribe as Artist?

Laseke, Sarah (2 nov. 2015)

Ter Duinen, c. 1200: Scribe and Artist, or Scribe as Artist? - by Jenneka Janzen, Leiden University The immense growth of the Cistercian Order in the twelfth century must have resulted in a great need for books; as new houses cropped up across Europe, monks likely worked diligently, and perhaps ...

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Ladies of Thread and Ink

Laseke, Sarah (8 janv. 2016)

Ladies of Thread and Ink– by Valentina S. Grub, University of St. Andrews Scribes and artists, authors and glossators, priests and monks; they all left their marks on manuscripts. As previously discussed in this forum, manuscripts were intensely collaborative efforts that took many hands and ...

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Unstable Narratives of Scribal Collaboration in an Eleventh- to Twelfth-Century Irish Manuscript

Laseke, Sarah (16 mai 2016)

Unstable Narratives of Scribal Collaboration in an Eleventh- to Twelfth-Century Irish Manuscript - by Eystein Thanisch, University of Edinburgh Scribal activity is, naturally, pivotal to both reconstruction of textual history and understanding a text’s reception. Interactions between multiple ...

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Spot the differences. Playing with medieval handwriting.

Laseke, Sarah (4 mars 2016)

Spot the differences. Playing with medieval handwriting - by Ainoa Castro, King's College London I don’t know whether this happens to you too, but for me, as a trained paleographer, to carry out a palaeographical analysis is like playing an amazing game that allows me to get a glimpse in what was ...

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Difficulties of simultaneous collaboration: examples from the manuscripts of Geoffrey of Monmouth

Laseke, Sarah (23 oct. 2015)

Difficulties of simultaneous collaboration: examples from the manuscripts of Geoffrey of Monmouth - by Jaakko Tahkokallio, National Library of Finland Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 514, f. 1r. By permission of the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford. Photographer: Jaakko Tahkokallio. To ...

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Four’s A Company: The Unlikely Collaborator Aldred in the Lindisfarne Gospels

Laseke, Sarah (2 déc. 2015)

Four’s A Company: The Unlikely Collaborator Aldred in the Lindisfarne Gospels - by Jelle Zuring, Utrecht University  MS Cotton Nero D, IV, better known as the Lindisfarne Gospels, is one of the British Library’s most treasured illuminated manuscripts. Its great age (ca. 698), wealth of Insular ...

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Evidence of Scribal and Artistic Collaboration in Two Fourteenth-Century French Arthurian Manuscripts

Laseke, Sarah (1 sept. 2015)

A Group Effort: Evidence of Scribal and Artistic Collaboration in Two Fourteenth-Century French Arthurian Manuscripts - by Katherine Sedovic, Trinity College Dublin According to Robert Branner, manuscript production in early-fourteenth-century France was a ‘group enterprise’, often involving ...

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Chronicle continuation in the Flores historiarum (Chetham’s MS. 6712)

Laseke, Sarah (8 févr. 2016)

Chronicle continuation in the Flores historiarum (Chetham’s MS. 6712) - by Jessica Coatesworth (University of Manchester) The Benedictine abbey of St Albans, England, is well known for its history and chronicle production in the late middle ages, particularly the work of Matthew Paris and Thomas ...

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