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Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey 1066-1235

I. Text; II. Plates

by Rodney M. Thomson

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Published by D.S.Brewer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies,
  • Manuscripts,
  • Illumination Of Books And Manuscripts,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • St. Albans Abbey,
  • Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval a,
  • General,
  • History,
  • History of religion,
  • Religion / History,
  • Catalogs,
  • England,
  • Hertfordshire

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8304778M
    ISBN 100859910857
    ISBN 109780859910859

    , 'The Library of Bury St Edmunds Abbey in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries', Scriptorium, 47 (), , Manuscripts from St. Albans Abbey, (Woodbridge and Totowa, NJ: Published for the University of Tasmania by D.S. Brewer, ). MS in Latin on vellum, St. Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire, England, mid 12th c., 1 partial f., 9x12 cm, 1 of originally 2 columns, (column width 9 cm), 12 lines remaining in Romanesque book script of very fine quality by scribe "B" of St. Albans Abbey. Provenance: 1. Benedictine Abbey of St. Albans, Hertfordshire (ca. ca. ); 2. Dr.

    Thomson, Rodney M. Manuscripts from St. Albans Abbey, 2 vols. Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer, [* Subject heading: libraries and repositories (historical); provenance *] Tite, Colin G. C. "A Catalogue of Sir Robert Cotton's Printed Books?" British Library Journal 17 ():   The St Albans Psalter, one of the most impressive medieval manuscripts created in twelfth-century England, has been digitized and is now available to view for free online. Along with being able its folios, visitors to the website will be able to read a full transcription, translation and commentary on the pages, along with essays detailing.

      The St. Albans Psalter is one of the most important, famous, and puzzling books produced in twelfth-century England. It was probably created between and at St. Albans Abbey, located on the site where Alban, England’s first saint, was s: 7. At the time of purchase, the manuscript contained two flyleaves taken from a register from St Albans Abbey, which suggests a St Albans provenance. The abbey’s chronicle, moreover, detailed that abbot Michael de Mentmore () gifted two beautiful bibles to the community (“duas bonas biblias, quarum unam dedit Conventus, alteram suo.


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Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey July 7 colour, black and white illustrations pages x21 cm ISBN: Format: Hardback Get this from a library. Manuscripts from St. Albans Abbey, [Rodney M Thomson]. Manuscripts from st albans abbey texts v 1 Server.

cloudflare DNS. View domain name system records, including but not limited to the A, CNAME, MX, and TXT records. View API →. Started in the year by the monks of St Albans abbey, the book was intended as a written and visual record of all those people, up and down the social hierarchy, who donated to.

The Westminster Psalter, British Library, MS Royal 2 A XXII, is an English illuminated psalter of aboutwith some extra sheets with tinted drawings added around It is the oldest surviving psalter used at Westminster Abbey, and is presumed to have left Westminster after the Dissolution of the joined the Old Royal Library as part of the collection of John Theyer.

Raymond, prior of the Benedictine abbey of St Albans (), Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey 1066-1235 book by him; confiscated from Raymond and presented c.

to the abbey by William de Trumpington, abbot of St Albans abbey (): to be identified with a manuscript mentioned in the Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani(ed. by H. Riley, Rolls series,I. ST ALBANS, Hertfordshire, Benedictine abbey of St Alban R. Thomson, Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey – (Woodbridge ); R.

Hunt, 'The library of the abbey of St Albans', in Medieval Scribes, Manuscripts and Libraries: Essays presented to N. Ker (London ), – Helmut Gneuss, Books and Libraries in Early England (Ashgate: Variorum, ).

English Benedictine libraries: the shorter catalogues, ed. by Richard Sharpe, 3 vols (London: British Library, ). Rodney M. Thomson, Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey (Woodbridge: Brewer, ). Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey,Woodbridge,25, Thomson’s work is based mainly on mainly on palaeography and the relationship of books within the St Albans scriptorium.

St Albans Cathedral, officially the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban but often referred to locally as "the Abbey", is a Church of England cathedral in St Albans, of its architecture dates from Norman times.

It ceased to be an abbey following its dissolution in the 16th century and became a cathedral in Although legally a cathedral church, it differs in certain. While only a few manuscripts and charters survive from before the Reformation, the archives are a treasure-trove of photographs, books, letters, drawings, and other documents which tell the story of the cathedral and abbey.

Visit the Archives. The archives can. St. Albans Psalter (c. - c. CE) – Created at St. Alban’s Abbey in Britain, this is a lavishly illustrated and illuminated book of Psalms and literature. It was commissioned by the scholar Geoffrey de Gorham who was abbot of St. Alban’s between CE.

St Albans Cathedral welcomes Lorna May Wadsworth's painting A Last Supper from Saturday 4 July. Cathedral Volunteer Collects Volunteering Award On Wednesday 26 February, Chair of the Cathedral Guides, Stephen De Silva was awarded Ecclesiastical's Heritage Hero Lifetime Award.

Among the number of Oxford college cataloguers should now be counted Professor R.M. Thomson, whose talents in manuscript description are well known, both from his catalogue raisonée of St Albans books (Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey – []; rev. ante, c [], –6) and his work on English cathedral libraries.

) of Geoffrey de Gorron, Abbot of St Albans, and involved scribes and artists who worked on other books made for St Albans Abbey, there is little agreement about three matters in particular.

As we shall see, there is no disputing the fact that the manuscript was in some way associated with a woman known as Christina, who lived as a recluse. St Albans Abbey This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

Thomson, R. M., ‘Books and Learning at Gloucester Abbey in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries’, in J. Carley and C. Tite (ed.), Books and Collectors Essays presented to Andrew Watson, The British Library Studies in the History of the Book (London, ), pp.

3– The Benefactors' Book (Cotton MS Nero D VII) was begun around as a register of members of the Abbey's confraternity, established by Abbot Thomas de la Mare (r. –96).According to the preface, anyone who made a donation could be admitted into the confraternity, which granted them a lavish induction ceremony, spiritual benefits and a record in this prestigious book.

This would have complemented similar studies of the period between the Norman Conquest and c.carried out on the books of St Albans by Thomson (R. Thomson, Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey2 vols. (Woodbridge, )); of Rochester by Waller (K. Waller, 'The Library, Scriptorium and Community of Rochester Cathedral Priory.

In his book, Manuscripts from St. Albans Abbey,Thomson provides a comprehensive and detailed study of sixty-five manuscripts produced for St. Albans Abbey from toas well as other manuscripts owned by the abbey's dependant cells and.

Plumbago Books; Prestoungrange & Cuthill Press; RIT Press; Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra; Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey Rodney M. Thomson. $ Discovering William of Malmesbury.

Manuscript Culture in the British Isles.Rodney n, Manuscripts from St Albans Abbey,Woodbridge, 2 vols.‘The Visual Arts and Crafts’ in The Cambridge Guide to Arts in Britain, II, The Middle Ages, ed.

Boris Ford, Cambridge, A relatively small manuscript, the St. Albans Psalter measures x cm, and it has folios. Fundamentally, it is a book of psalms, however, as a biblical psalter, this book contains more than just the psalms.1 The St.

Albans Psalter has traditional components such as a.