Posts with the tag: digitized manuscripts

The Archivist’s Nook: Conservation in Rare Books

Beginning last year, Special Collections staff began a process of reviewing Catholic University’s Rare Books collection for works facing conservation issues. With over 65,000 works in the collection, we had to focus on the most immediate concerns. Of particular interest was the manuscripts collection, which holds over 200 one-of-a-kind handwritten texts from the medieval to Read More

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British Library’s has Thousands of Digitized Manuscripts

The British Library has digitized over 1000 manuscripts. Read more about it in their article “The Latest, Greatest, Up-To-Datest Giant List of Digitised Manuscripts Hyperlinks,” and find the downloadable excel master-file. Find titles such as: History of Roman Jurisprudence during the Middle Ages, translated into Modern Greek Treatise on Greek grammar; selection of Homeric epimerisms Read More

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