Bibliography for "The Printing Press and a Changing World"

This bibliography was compiled by capturing the output from several computerized searches of "melvyl" -- the online catalog for the University of California (et.al.).



	-------------------{ Book of Durrow }--------------------

Uniform title: Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Codex Durmachensis. 1960.
Title:         Evangeliorum quattuor Codex Durmachensis. Auctoritate Collegii
                 Sacrosanctae et Individuae Trinitatis juxta Dublin totius
                 codicis similitudinen accuratissime depicti exprimendam
                 curavit typographeum Urs Graf. Prolegomenis auxerunt viri
                 doctissimi Arturus Aston Luce, Georgius Otto Simms, Petrus
                 Meyer [et] Ludovicus Bieler. [Olten, Urs Graf; sole
                 distributors in the United States: P.C. Duschnes, New York,
                 1960]
Description:    2 v. illus., 2 plates. 35 cm.
Notes:         Vol. 1 comprises the manuscript facsimile; vol. 2, the
                 prolegomena.
               Known also as the Book of Durrow.
               Part of the leaves photographed in color.
               Vol. 1, "Exemplar ex subscriptione comparatum no. 235."
Subjects:      Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsimiles.
Title:         Das Book of Durrow im Spiegel der Forschung zur
                 hiberno-sachsischen Kunst / Corinna Rosner. Munchen : Tuduv,
                 c1985.
Description:   184 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 161-181.
Subjects:      Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Library.
               Book of Durrow.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Anglo-Saxon.

	-------------------{ Book of Kells }--------------------

Title:         Celtic hand stroke by stroke : (Irish half-uncial from the Book
                 of Kells) : an Arthur Baker calligraphy manual / Arthur Baker
                 ; with an introduction by William Hogarth. New York : Dover
                 Publications, 1983.
Description:   46 p. : all ill. ; 29 cm.
Series:        Dover pictorial archive series.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Calligraphy, Celtic.
Comments on Celtic Hand Stroke by Stroke by Arthur Baker

This work is a fun and interesting instruction manual, but Baker has no understanding of how the Celtic scribes actually worked, and has created his own method according to a conception of how they (and all scribes) should have done it. This warning applies to all his Stroke by Stroke books.

- Mark Van Stone (vanstone@mail.utexas.edu)

Author:        Robinson, Stanford Frederick Hudson.
Title:         Celtic illuminative art in the gospel books of Durrow,
                 Lindisfarne, and Kells, by the Rev. Stanford F. H. Robinson,
                 M. A. Dublin, Hodges, Figgis, & co., limited, 1908.
Description:   3p. .,v-xxx,[106]p. col. front.,LI pl.(part col.) 35x29cm.
Notes:         Each plate accompanied by a leaf with descriptive letterpress.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin -- Facsimiles.
               Miniature painting -- Ireland.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
               Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsimiles.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Uniform title: Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. 1884.
Title:         Evangeliorum versio antehieronymiana : ex Codice Usseriano
                 (Dublinensi), adjecta collatione Codicis Usseriani alterius
                 accedit versio Vulgata sec. Cod. Amiatinum, cum varietate Cod.
                 Kenanensis (Book of Kells) et Cod. Durmachensis (Book of
                 Durrow) / edidit et praefatus est T. K. Abbott. Dublini :
                 Hodges, Figgis, et Soc.; Londini: Longman, Green, et Soc.,
                 1884.
Description:   2 v. : facsim. ; 21 cm.
Notes:         Note in Darlow and Moule at # 6307.
               Irish Latin gospel codex 2.
Uniform title: Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
Title:         Evangeliorum quattuor Codex Cenannensis: Auctoritate Collegii
                 Sacrosanctae et Individuae Trinitatis juxta Dublin auxilioque
                 Bibliothecae Confederationis Helveticae totius codicis
                 similitudinem accuratissime depicti exprimendam curavit
                 typographeum Urs Graf. Prolegomenis auxerunt viri doctissimi
                 Ernestus Henricus Alton [et] Petrus Meyer. Bernae Helvetiorum
                 [Urs Graf, sole distribution in the United States: P.C.
                 Duschnes, New York] 1950-51.
Description:   3 v. illus. (part col.) 31 cm.
Notes:         Vols. 1-2, "Examplar ex subscriptione comparatum no. 22"
                 "Presented to the Library of Congress by the Government of
                 Ireland, March, 1951."
               Contents:  1. Reproduction of folios 1-182.--v.2. Reproduction
                 of folios 183-339.--v. 3. Introductory.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsimiles.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens.
Uniform title: Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells. 1961.
Title:         The Book of Kells; a selection of pages, reproduced with a
                 description and notes by G.O. Simms. Dublin, Printed at the
                 Dolmen Press for the Library of Trinity College, 1961.
Description:   xvi, p., 20 facisms. (part col.) 20 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. xiv.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels -- Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsimiles.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Uniform title: Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells. 1990.
Title:         The Book of Kells. Luzern : Faksimile Verlag, c1990.
Description:   2 v. : ill. (mostly col.) ; 36 cm. + 1 videocassette
Notes:         "Original manuscript, MS 58, preserved in the Library of Trinity
                 College, Dublin."
               Title and imprint from colophon of facsimile.
               Commentary vol. (383 p. ; 35 cm.) in English, edited by Peter
                 Fox.
               Limited ed. of 1480 copies.
               Facsimile vol. ([680]p., full color) in Latin, issued in
                 presentation box.
               Includes bibliographical references (p. [357]-373) and indexes
                 in commentary vol.
               Contents:  [v.1] Facsimile -- [v.2] Commentary.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic -- Ireland.
               Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Ireland -- Dublin --
                 Facsimiles.
Title:         The Book of Kells : a selection of pages / reproduced with a
                 description and notes by G. O. Simms. Dublin : Dolmen Press ;
                 Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Humanities Press, 1976.
Description:   [32] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. [6]
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Title:         The Book of Kells ; [documentation kit]. [Lucerne] : Fine Art
                 Facsimile Publishers of Switzerland, 1989.
Description:   1 portfolio : col. ill., facsims. ; 45 cm. + 1 videocassette (16
                 min. : sd., col. ; standard 8 mm.)
Notes:         Cover title.
               Videocassette has title: A masterpiece re-created.
               Issued as prospectus for The Firm's publication of a complete
                 facsimile of the Book of Kells, Ms. 58 at Trinity College
                 Library, Dublin.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Prospectuses.
Title:         The Book of Kells : forty-eight pages and details in color from
                 the manuscript in Trinity College, Dublin / selected and
                 introduced by Peter Brown. 1st American ed. New York : Knopf :
                 distributed by Random House, 1980.
Description:   96 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 96.
Subjects:      Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)
               Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Other entries: Brown, Peter, 1925-
Call numbers:  UCSD  Undergrad ND3359.K4 B652 1980
               UCSD  AAL       ND3359.K4 B652 1980b AAL Stacks
Title:         The Book of Kells : forty-eight pages and details in colour from
                 the manuscript in Trinity College, Dublin / selected and
                 introduced by Peter Brown. London : Thames and Hudson, c1980.
Description:   96 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 96.
Subjects:      Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)
               Book of Kells Latin -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Title:         The Book of Kells : reproductions from the manuscript in Trinity
                 College, Dublin / with a study of the manuscript by Francoise
                 Henry. 1st American ed. New York : Knopf, 1974.
Description:   226 p. : ill. ; 35 cm.
Notes:         "126 colour plates, 75 monochrome illustrations."
               Issued in a slipcase.
               Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   ND3359.K4 B65 1974 Spec Coll Rare Folio
Title:         The Book of Kells : selected plates in full color / edited by
                 Blanche Cirker. New York : Dover Publications, c1982.
Description:   32 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Author:        Cullen, Lilian M.
Title:         The high crosses of Ireland, and The book of Kells. Dublin,
                 Catholic Truth Society of Ireland. [19--]
Description:   19 p. illus., facsims.
Notes:         Cover title.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Crosses -- Ireland.
Title:         Celtic art : from its beginnings to the Book of Kells / Ruth and
                 Vincent Megaw. New York, N.Y. : Thames and Hudson, 1989.
Description:   288 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 259-276.
Subjects:      Art, Celtic.
Other entries: Megaw, J. V. S.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       N5925 .M44 1989b AAL Stacks
Title:         The book of Kells : a selection of pages reproduced with an
                 introduction and notes / by G.O. Simms. New ed. Dublin : The
                 Dolmen Press & The Library of Trinity College, 1968.
Description:   32 p. : plates [some color]
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
Title:         The Book of Kells : a short description / by G.O. Simms. 3d ed.
                 Dublin : Dublin University Press, 1957 (1960 printing)
Description:   [8] p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. [8].
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells -- Illustrations.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
Title:         Leaves from the Book of Kells, the great gospel-book of
                 Colm-cille, by G.O. Simms. Dublin, A.P.C.K. [1962]
Description:   22 p. illus. 19 cm.
Notes:         Printed by the Three Candles Limited, Dublin.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens,
                 reproductions, etc.
Title:         The Book of Kells, described by Sir Edward Sullivan, bart., and
                 illustrated with twenty-four plates in colours. London, New
                 York, "The Studio" ltd., 1920.
Description:   viii, 48 p. xxiv mounted col. pl. 29 cm.
Notes:         Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress.
               This edition limited to 100 copies.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Facsimiles.
Title:         The Book of Kells / described by Sir Edward Sullivan ; with
                 additional commentary from An enquiry into the art of the
                 illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages by Johan Adolf
                 Bruun. London : Studio Editions, c1986.
Description:   xiv, 138 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
               Facsim. reprint. Originally published: London : The Studio,
                 Ltd., 1920.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
Author:        Sullivan, Edward, Sir, bart., 1852-1928.
Title:         The Book of Kells,. London, New York [etc.] "The Studio" ltd.,
                 1914.
Description:   v, 34 p. xxiv mounted col. pl. 34 cm.
Notes:         Plates 22 and 21, 24 and 23, bound in reverse order.
               Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens,
                 reproductions, etc.
Title:         The book of Kells,. 2d ed. London, New York [etc.] "The Studio"
                 ltd., 1920.
Description:   viii, 48 p . xxiv mounted col. pl. 29 cm.
Series:        International studio Special numbers.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens,
                 reproductions, etc.
Title:         The Book of Kells, described by Sir Edward Sullivan, bart., and
                 illustrated with twenty-four plates in colours. 3rd ed.
                 London, "The Studio" Ltd., 1927.
Description:   viii, 48 p. xxiv mounted col. pl. 29 cm.
Notes:         Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress.
Subjects:      Bible. N.T. Gospels. Latin. Book of Kells.
               Decoration and ornament, Celtic.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimins,
                 reproductions, etc.

	-------------------{ Book of Hours }--------------------

Author:        Catholic Church.
Uniform title: Book of hours (Ms. Visconti)
Title:         The Visconti hours / [edited by] Millard Meiss, Edith W. Kirsch.
                 London : Thames and Hudson, [1972]
Description:   262 p. : col. ill., col. facsims. ; 26 cm.
Notes:         This ed. also published, New York: Braziller, 1972.
               Reproductions of illuminations by Giovannino de' Grassi and
                 Luchino Belbello from the Visconti hours ms.
               Bibliography: p. 262.
Subjects:      Illumination of books and manuscripts -- Specimens.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, French.
               Books of hours -- Texts.
Author:        Grassi, Giovannino de', ca. 1340-1398.
Title:         The Visconti hours, National Library, Florence. [Introductions
                 and commentary by] Millard Meiss and Edith W. Kirsch. New
                 York, G. Braziller [1972]
Description:   262 p. col. illus. 26 cm.
Notes:         Reproductions of illuminations by Giovannino de' Grassi and
                 Luchino Belbello from the Visconti hours ms.
               Bibliography: p. 262.
Subjects:      Grassi, Giovannino de', ca. 1340-1398.
               Belbello, Luchino, 15th cent.
               Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Firenze.
               Books of hours.
               Catholic Church. Liturgy and ritual. Hours. (Ms. Visconti)
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   ND3363.V57 G72 Spec Coll Rare
               UCSD  Undergrad ND3363.V57 G72

	-------------------{ Chaucer }--------------------

Author:        Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.
Title:         The Canterbury tales / Geoffrey Chaucer ; a verse translation
                 with an introduction and notes by David Wright. Oxford
                 [Oxfordshire] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1985.
Description:   xxvii, 482 p. ; 23 cm.
Subjects:      Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- England -- Canterbury --
                 Poetry.
               English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- Modernized
                 versions.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   PR1870.A1 W7 1985
Author:        Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.
Title:         The Canterbury tales : the general prologue and twelve major
                 tales in modern spelling / Geoffrey Chaucer ; edited by
                 Michael Murphy. Lanham : University Press of America, c1991.
Description:   xxvi, 388 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- England -- Canterbury --
                 Poetry.
               English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- Modernized
                 versions.
               Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400. Prologue. 1990.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Undergrad PR1870.A1 M97 1991
Author:        Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400.
Uniform title: Canterbury tales. Prologue.
Title:         The prologue to the Canterbury tales / by Geoffrey Chaucer in
                 the original text from Caxton's first edition ; with a
                 translation into modern English by Nevill Coghill. Salisbury :
                 Perdix Press, 1984.
Description:   80 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Notes:         Limited edition of 200 copies.
Subjects:      Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- England -- Canterbury --
                 Poetry.
Other entries: Caxton, William, ca. 1422-1491. Prologues and epilogues.
               Coghill, Nevill, 1899-
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   PR1868.P82 C64 1984
Author:        Cooper, Helen.
Title:         The Canterbury tales / Helen Cooper. Oxford [England] :
                 Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989.
Description:   437 p. ; 24 cm.
Series:        Oxford guides to Chaucer.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. [428]-430.
Subjects:      Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 Canterbury tales.
               Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages in literature.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   PR1874 .C64 1989
Title:         Critical essays on Chaucer's Canterbury tales / edited by
                 Malcolm Andrew. Milton Keynes : Open University Press, 1991.
Description:   x, 229 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400 Canterbury tales.
Other entries: Andrew, Malcolm.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   PR1874 .C75 1991

	--------------------{ Tacuinum Sanitatis }--------------------

Author:        Cogliati Arano, Luisa.
Title:         The medieval health handbook : Tacuinum sanitatis / Luisa
                 Cogliati Arano ; [translated and adapted by Oscar Ratti and
                 Adele Westbrook from the original Italian edition]. New York,
                 N.Y. : G. Braziller, 1976.
Description:   153 p. : ill. (some col.), facsims. ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Original Italian ed. published as Tacuinum sanitatis.
               The ill. (p. [49-144]) are selected for comparative purposes
                 from 5 closely related Tacuina: the Tacuinum of Liege (Bib.
                 univ. ms. 1041), the Tacuinum of Paris (Bib. nat. ms. Lat.
                 nouv. acq. 1673). the Tacuinum of Vienna (Nationalbib. ms.
                 ser. nova 2644). the Theatrum of the Casanatense Library, Rome
                 (ms. 4182). and the Tacuinum of Rouen (Bib. municip. ms. Leber
                 1088).
               "List of related manuscripts": p. 153.
               Bibliography: p. 150-152.
Subjects:      Cogliati Arano, Luisa Tacuinum sanitatis.
               Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
               Materia medica -- Pictorial works to 1800.
               Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Europe.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   RS79 .C6413 1976b
Author:        Cogliati Arano, Luisa.
Title:         Tacuinum sanitatis / Luisa Cogliati Arano. Milano : Electa
                 Editrice, c1973.
Description:   217 p. : ill., col. plates. ; 30 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliography (p. 212-214) and index.
Subjects:      Cogliati Arano, Luisa Tacuinum sanitatis.
               Medicine and art.
               Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
               Materia medica -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.
               Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Europe.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       N8223 .C6 1973 AAL Stacks
Author:        Ibn Butlan, d. ca. 1068.
Uniform title: Tacuinum sanitatis. Latin. Selections. 1984.
Title:         Enchiridion virtutum vegetabilium, animalium, mineralium
                 rerumque omnium explicans... / [Ibn Butlan]. Graz :
                 Akademische Druck, c1984.
Description:   2 v. : col. facsims. ; 28 cm.
Series:        Codices selecti ; v.78.
Notes:         Limited edition of 1975 numbered copies.
               Includes a facsimile of codex 2396 in the Osterreichische
                 Nationalbibliothek, Wien.
               Vol.2: "Tacuinum sanitatis; vollstandige Faksimileausgabe im
                 Originalformat des codex 2396 in Osterreichischen National
                 Bibliothek."
               Accompanied by English summary (17 p.)
               Contents:  [1]. Facsimile-- [2] Commentarium/Joachim Rossl,
                 Heinrich Konrad.
Subjects:      Medicine.
Author:        Ibn Butlan, d. ca. 1068.
Title:         The medieval health handbook Tacuinum sanitatis / [Ibn Botlan] ;
                 [edited, with commentary, by] Luisa Cogliati Arano ;
                 [translated and adapted by Oscar Ratti and Adele Westbrook
                 from the original Italian edition]. New York : G. Braziller,
                 1976.
Description:   153 p. : facsims. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Translation and adaptation of Tacuinum sanitatis (Milan : Electa
                 Editrice, 1973).
               Discussion and comparison of five Latin "Tacuinum" manuscripts
                 (based on the Arabic text of Ibn Botlan) in Liege, Paris,
                 Vienna, Rome, and Rouen.
               Bibliography : p. 150-152.
               "List of related manuscripts" : p. 153.
Subjects:      Ibn Butlan, d. ca. 1068 Tacuinum sanitatis.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval.
               Medicine, Medieval.
               Health -- Early works to 1800.
               Diet -- Early works to 1800.
               Food -- Early works to 1800.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Biomed    WZ 290  I123tm 1976 Book Stacks
Uniform title: Tacuinum sanitatis (Ms. Osterr. Nationalbib. ser. n. 2644).
Title:         The four seasons of the House of Cerruti / translated by Judith
                 Spencer. New York : Facts on File, c1984.
Description:   142 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 x 25 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               "Complete revised translation." Judith Spencer has translated
                 the English text from the Italian ed. published in Milan by
                 Mondadori in 1983 as: Il Libro di casa Cerruti.
               Contains full-color reproductions of the 205 miniatures of the
                 Tacuinum sanitatis preserved in the Osterreichische
                 Nationalbibliothek as ms. series nova 2644, although in
                 different order, together with an English translation of the
                 accompanying captions which--notwithstanding the statement on
                 p. 6 that "the integrity of the text of the Vienna manuscript
                 is preserved"--interpolates information from Dioscorides and
                 others not found in the original ms.
               One of several illustrated Tacuina, the captions or text of
                 which are based on the Taqwim al-sihhah of Ibn Butlan, which
                 was unillustrated. The work is here associated with the House
                 of Cerruti because the coat of arms on the first page of the
                 ms. was identified by Julius von Schlosser, who brought the
                 ms. to the attention of scholars, as belonging to the Cerruti
                 family of Verona.
Subjects:      Osterreichische Nationalbibliothek. Manuscript. Series nova
                 2644.
               Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
               Materia medica -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.
               Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Austria -- Vienna.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   RS79 .T33513 1984
Author:        Thomas de Cantimpre, ca. 1200-ca. 1270.
Uniform title: De natura rerum. Book 4-12. English, Spanish, & Latin.
Title:         De natura rerum (lib. IV-XII) / por Tomas de Cantimpre. Tacuinum
                 sanitatis. Edicion dirigida por Luis Garcia Ballester.
                 Granada, Espana : Universidad de Granada, 1973?-1974.
Description:   2 v. : ill. (part col.) ; 46 cm.
Notes:         Title from v. [2]
               "Codice C-67 (fols. 2[superscript v]-116[superscript r]) de la
                 Biblioteca Universitaria de Granada."
               Vol. [1] is a full-color facsimile of the ms. Vol. [2] contains
                 commentary and a transcription of the Latin text of the ms.,
                 together with translation into Spanish and English.
               Cover of the ms. inscribed with the name of Albertus Magnus in a
                 later hand. Contents formerly ascribed to Albertus.
               The Tacuinum sanitatis as preserved in this ms. is an incomplete
                 version, containing only 66 of the more than 200 descriptions
                 contained in other illustrated Tacuina. The captions or text
                 are based on the Taqwim al-sihhah of Ibn Butlan, which was
                 unillustrated.
               Illumination attributed to Martinus Opifex.
               Distributor's label in v. [2]: Difusion EUNSA ... Baranain
                 (Pamplona), Spain.
               Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Tacuinum sanitatis (Ms. Bib. Univ. de Granada C-67)
               Materia medica -- Early works to 1800.
               Materia medica -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.
               Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern) -- Spain -- Granada --
                 Facsimiles.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Italian.
Other entries: Garcia Ballester, Luis.
               Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. De natura rerum.
               Martinus, opifex, 15th cent.
               Ibn Butlan, d. ca. 1068. Taqwim al-sihhah.
               Biblioteca Universitaria de Granada. Manuscript. C-67.
               Tacuinum sanitatis (Ms. Bib. Univ. de Granada C-67). English,
                 Spanish, & Latin. 1973.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   No call number Spec Coll Rare Folio

	--------------------{ Balaam }--------------------

Author:        Griffin, Lewis.
Title:         The doctrine of the asse, or, A brief account of their
                 principles and practice in whose behalf the complaint was
                 written : that it may serve for advice to others : whereunto
                 is added The asse's complaint, Balaam's reply, and The authors
                 apology / by Lewis Griffin. London : Printed for Henry Marsh
                 ..., 1661.
Description:   [24], 16 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; (4to)
Notes:         "Never before published."
               "Baalam's reply" is signed: H.W.
               "The asse's complaint against Balaami or The cry of the country
                 against ignorant and scandalous ministers; "Balaam's reply to
                 the asse; or The clergy's reply"; and "The apology of the
                 author" are all in verse.
               Wing G1982.
Subjects:      Church of England -- Clergy.
               Church and state -- Great Britain.

	-------------------{ Master E. S. }--------------------

Author:        Cust, Lionel, 1859-1929.
Title:         The Master E. S. and the 'Ars moriendi'; a chapter in the
                 history of engraving during the XVth century, with facsimile
                 reproductions of engravings in the University Galleries at
                 Oxford and in the British Museum, by Lionel Cust. Oxford,
                 Clarendon Press, 1898.
Description:   2 p. l., 61 p. incl. 6 pl., facsims. 33 cm.
Series:        Prints and drawings from Oxford collections ; 1.
Notes:         'Ars moriendi' block-book reproduced from the copy in the
                 British museum: p. 37-61.
Subjects:      Master ES, 15th cent.
               Block-books -- Facsimiles.
               British Museum.
               Ars moriendi.
Author:        Shestack, Alan.
Title:         Master E S, five hundredth anniversary exhibition, September
                 fifth through October third, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
                 Catalogue by Alan Shestack. [Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum
                 of Art, 1967]
Description:   1 v. (unpaged) illus. 28 cm.
Subjects:      E. S., Meister, 15th cent.
Other entries: Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       NE805.M3 S5 AAL Stacks

		--------------------{ Durer }--------------------

Author:        Durer, Albrecht, 1471-1528.
Title:         Woodcuts of Albrect Durer, by T. D. Barlow. London, Penguin
                 Books [1948]
Description:   25 p. 110 plates.
Series:        The King penguin books.

	-------------------{ Theodore De Bry }--------------------

Title:         Discovering the new world / based on the works of Theodore de
                 Bry ; edited by Michael Alexander. London : London Editions,
                 1976.
Description:   224 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 221.
Subjects:      Indians.
               America -- Early accounts, to 1600.
               America -- Discovery and exploration.
Author:        William L. Clements Library.
Title:         A brief account of Ralegh's Roanoke colony of 1585, being a
                 guide to an exhibition commemorating the three hundred
                 fiftieth anniversary of the planting of the first English
                 colony in what is now the United States of America and
                 particularly describing the endeavours and accomplishments of
                 the above-mentioned Ralegh, Thomas Hariot, John White, Richard
                 Hakluyt, Theodore De Bry & Sir Francis Drake, directed to the
                 adventures and favourers of the book-collecting game by the
                 William L. Clements library wherein the said exhibition may be
                 viewed. Ann Arbor, [The Ann Arbor Press] 1935.
Description:   18 p. incl. front. (port.) illus. (incl. port.) double map.  21
                 cm.
Notes:         "The decorations...are John White's Indians as engraved by De
                 Bry."
               [Its Bulletin XXII]
Subjects:      Roanoke Colony (N.C.)

	-------------------{ Lucas Cranach }--------------------

Author:        Bax, Dirk.
Uniform title: Hieronymus Bosch en Lucas Cranach. English.
Title:         Hieronymus Bosch and Lucas Cranach : two Last judgement
                 triptychs : description and exposition / D. Bax ; [translated
                 from the Dutch by M.A. Bax-Botha]. Amsterdam ; New York :
                 North-Holland Pub. Co., 1983.
Description:   471 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series:        Verhandelingen Afdeling Letterkunde / Koninklijke Nederlandse
                 Akademie van Wetenschappen ; nieuwe reeks, d. 117.
Notes:         Translation of: Hieronymus Bosch en Lucas Cranach.
               Includes indexes.
               Bibliography: p. 401-[411]
Subjects:      Bosch, Hieronymus, d. 156 Last judgement.
               Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553 Last Judgement.
               Christian art and symbolism -- Medieval, 500-1500.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       ND653.B65 A7237 1983 AAL Stacks
Author:        Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553.
Title:         Lucas Cranach / [compiled and introduced by N. Nikulin ;
                 designed by V. Bakhtin ; translated by V. Fateyev]. Leningrad
                 : Aurora Art, 1976.
Description:   32 p., [22] leaves of plates : chiefly ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.
Series:        Masters of world painting.
Notes:         English and Russian.
Subjects:      Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553.
Other entries: Nikulin, Nikolai Nikolaevich.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       ND588.C8 N54 AAL Stacks
Author:        Fehr, Gotz.
Uniform title: Lucas Cranach, 1472/1972. English.
Title:         Lucas Cranach, 1472/1972. [By Gotz Fehr, Franz Winzinger and
                 Ferdinand Seibt. Translated by K. Neil Key]. Bonn-Bad
                 Godesberg, Inter Nationes, 1972.
Description:   39 p. plates (part col.) 24 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553.
Author:        Friedlander, Max J., 1867-1958.
Uniform title: Gemalde von Lucas Cranach. English.
Title:         The paintings of Lucas Cranach / Max J. Friedlander & Jakob
                 Rosenberg ; [catalogue translated by Heinz Norden ; introd.
                 translated by Ronald Taylor.]. Rev. ed. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell
                 University Press, c1978.
Description:   202 p., [180] leaves of plates : ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes:         Includes indexes.
               Translation of Die Gemalde von Lucas Cranach.
               Bibliography: p. 167-176.
Subjects:      Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553 -- Catalogs.
Call numbers:  UCSD  AAL       ND588.C8 A4 1978 AAL Stacks
Title:         Lucas Cranach / Compiled and introduced by N. Nikulin ; designed
                 by V. Bakhtin ; translated by V. Fateyev. Leningrad : Aurora
                 Art Publications, 1976.
Description:   32 [2] p. : [22] leaves of col. plates ; 33 cm.
Series:        Masters of world painting.
Subjects:      Cranach, Lucas, 1472-1553.

	-------------------{ Catalan Atlas }--------------------

Author:        Cresques, Abraham, d. 1387.
Uniform title: Atlas catala. English & Catalan.
Title:         Mapamundi, the Catalan atlas of the year 1375 / edited and with
                 commentary by Georges Grosjean. Dietikon-Zurich : Urs Graf ;
                 sole distributor in the United States and Canada : Abaris
                 Books, 1978.
Description:   28, 93 p., [6] double leaves of plates (in portfolio bound with
                 volume) : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 67 x 29 cm.
Notes:         "Most publications today take Cresques Abraham to be the author
                 of the Paris Atlas .... yet even this authorship is not
                 certain."
               750 hand-numbered copies. No. 535.
               Gold leaf on plates printed in color.
               Includes facsim. of the 1375 ed. of the Catalan atlas in the
                 Bibliotheque Nationale, code "Espagnol 30."
               Bibliography: p. 27-28.
               Contents:  Introduction.--Panels.--Transcription, translation
                 and interpretation of the texts and nomenclature of the Atlas.
Subjects:      Atlases -- Early works to 1800 -- Facsimiles.
               Nautical charts -- Early works to 1800.
               Geography, Medieval -- Early works to 1800.
               Manuscripts, Catalan -- Facsimiles.
               Early maps -- Facsimiles.
               Catalan atlas of the year 1375.

	-------------------{ Abraham Ortelius }--------------------

Author:        Karrow, Robert W.
Title:         Mapmakers of the sixteenth century and their maps :
                 bio-bibliographies of the cartographers of Abraham Ortelius,
                 1570 : based on Leo Bagrow's A. Ortelii Catalogus
                 cartographorum / by Robert W. Karrow, Jr. Chicago : Published
                 for The Newberry Library by Speculum Orbis Press, 1993.
Description:   xxx, 846 p. : maps ; 26 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 669-[730].
Subjects:      Cartographers -- Biography.
               Cartography -- History -- 16th century.
               Maps, Early -- Bibliography.
Author:        Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598.
Title:         Barbariae et Biledulgerid nova descriptio.
Found in:      Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. Theatrum orbis terrarum.
                 [Amsterdam : N. Israel, 1964]. pl. 53.
Description:   1 map ; 29 x 49 cm.
Notes:         Scale [ca. 1:8,000,000]
               Relief shown pictorially.
               Facsim. of ed. publ.: Antverpia, 1570.
Subjects:      Africa, North -- Maps -- To 1800.
Author:        Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598.
Title:         Galliae Narbonensis ora marittima recenter descripta / [Abraham
                 Ortelius]. Sabaudiae, et Burgundiae Comitatus descriptio /
                 auctore Aegidio Bulionio Belga.
Found in:      Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. Theatrum orbis terrarum.
                 [Amsterdam : N. Israel, 1964]. pl. 12.
Description:   2 maps on 1 sheet ; 41 x 53 cm.
Notes:         Scale [ca. 1:875,000]
               Scale [ca. 1:2,000,000]
               Relief shown pictorially.
               Facsim. of ed. publ.: Antverpia, 1570.
Subjects:      Languedoc (France) -- Maps -- To 1800.
               Burgundy (France) -- Maps -- To 1800.
               Savoy (France and Italy) -- Maps -- To 1800.
Other entries: Boileau de Buillon, Gilles, 1525-1563.
               Sabaudiae, et Burgundiae Comitatus descriptio.
Author:        Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598.
Title:         Germania.
Found in:      Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598. Theatrum orbis terrarum.
                 [Amsterdam : N. Israel, 1964]. pl. 13.
Description:   1 map ; 36 x 49 cm.
Notes:         Scale [ca. 1:3,000,000]
               Relief shown pictorially.
               Facsim. of ed. publ.: Antverpia, 1570.
Subjects:      Central Europe -- Maps -- To 1800.
Author:        Ortelius, Abraham, 1527-1598.
Title:         Theatrvm orbis terrarvm : Antwerp, 1570 / With an introd. by R.
                 A. Skelton. [Amsterdam : N. Israel, 1964].
Description:   1 v. (various pagings) : ill. 70 maps ; 41 cm.
Series:        Theatrum orbis terrarum; series of atlases in facsimile 1st
                 ser., v.3.
Notes:         Fascim. reporduction of the Koninklijk Nederlandsch
                 Aardrijkskundig Genootschap copy in the
                 Universiteitsbibliotheek, Amsterdam, with original colophon:
                 Apud Agid. Coppenium Diesth, Antverpia, 20. Maii 1570.
               "De Mona Drvidvm insvla ... epistola Hvmfredi Lhvyd": p.[1]-6
                 (4th group).
               Includes indexes.
               Bibliography: p.x.
Subjects:      Atlases -- To 1800.
               Geography -- 15th-16th centuries.
               Maps, Early -- Facsimiles.

		--------------------{ Ptolemy }--------------------

Author:        Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent.
Title:         Cosmographia. Roma, 1478. With an introd. by R.A. Skelton.
                 Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1966.
Description:   xiii, [137] p. illus., maps (27 fold.) 45 cm.
Series:        Theatrum orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile 2d
                 ser., v. 6.
Notes:         Facsim. of the Newberry Library copy.
               Bibliography: p. xiii.
Subjects:      Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent Geographia. Rome, 1478.
               Atlases -- Early works to 1800.
               Maps, Early -- Facsimiles.
               Geography, Ancient.
Other entries: Skelton, R. A. (Raleigh Ashlin), 1906-1970.
               Theatrum orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile 2d
                 ser., v. 6.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   G1005 1966 Map Oversize
Author:        Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent.
Title:         Geographia. Edidit C. F. A. Nobbe cum introductione a Aubrey
                 Diller. Hildesheim, G. Olms, 1966.
Description:   3 v. in 1. diagrs., fold. map.
Notes:         "Reprografischer Nachdruck der Stereotyp-Ausgabe Leipzig
                 1843-1845."
Subjects:      Geography, Ancient.
Other entries: Nobbe, Karl Friedrich August, 1791-1878, ed.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   G113 .P62
Author:        Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent.
Uniform title: Geographia. English,
Title:         The Geography / Claudius Ptolemy ; translated and edited by
                 Edward Luther Stevenson ; with an introduction by Joseph
                 Fischer. Mineola, N.Y. : Dover ; Toronto : General Pub. Co. ;
                 London : Constable, 1991.
Description:   1 atlas (xvi, 167, ca. 121 p.) : ill., maps ; 31 cm.
Notes:         Scales differ.
               Translation of the Geographia and dedication of the 1460 ms. ed.
                 (Codex Ebnerianus) prepared by Donnus Nicholas [Nicolaus]
                 Germanus.
               "Translation based upon ... Latin and Greek texts" [and later
                 editions]--P. xiii.
               At head of title: Claudius Ptolemy.
               Unabridged republication in reduced dimensions of the limited
                 ed.: Geography of Claudius Ptolemy. New York : New York Public
                 Library, 1932.
               Includes reproductions of maps and some text from the Codex
                 Ebnerianus and reproductions of two maps from 16th cent.
                 printed eds. of the Geographia: the Ruysch world map (from the
                 1508 ed.), and the Lorenz Fries world map (from the 1522 ed.).
Subjects:      Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent Geographia.
               Atlases -- Early works to 1800.
               Geography, Ancient.
               Geography, Ancient -- Maps.
               Early maps -- Facsimiles.
               Manuscripts, Latin -- Facsmiles.
Other entries: Nicolaus Germanus, 15th cent.
               Stevenson, Edward Luther, 1860-1944.
               Fischer, Joseph, 1858-1944.
               Ptolemy, fl. 2nd cent. Geography of Claudius Ptolemy.
               New York Public Library.
               Codex Ebnerianus.
               Claudius Ptolemy, the Geography.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   G1005 1460 .S7 1991 Map Room

	--------------------{ Giovanni Boccaccio }--------------------

Author:        Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375.
Uniform title: De claris mulieribus. English.
Title:         Concerning famous women. Translated, with an introd. and notes,
                 by Guido A. Guarino. New Brunswick, N. J., Rutgers University
                 Press [1963]
Description:   xxxviii, 257 p. illus. 24 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects:      Women -- Biography.
Other entries: Guarino, Guido Aldo, 1925- ed. and tr.
Call numbers:  UCSD  Central   PQ4274.D5 E5 1963
               UCSD  Undergrad PQ4274.D5 E5 1963

	--------------------{ Ezechiel de Decker }--------------------

Author:        Decker, Ezechiel de, 1603 or 4-1646 or 7.
Uniform title: De nieuwe telkonst. Deel 2. Selections.
Title:         Tweede deel vande nievwe tel-konst, 1627 / Ezechiel de Dekker.
                 Facsim. with an introd. / by A.J.E.M. Smeur. Nieuwkoop : De
                 Graaf, 1964.
Description:   23, 36 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 27 cm.
Series:        Dutch classics on history of science ; 10.
Notes:         Intended to complete Henry Briggs' Arithmetrica logarithmica and
                 published with Briggs' tables in 1628 by A. Vlacq.
               Reproduced from the copy in the Library of Life-insurance
                 company "Utrecht."
               Edition of 500 copies.
Subjects:      Logarithms.
Other entries: Smeur, Alphons Johannes Emile Marie.
               Briggs, Henry, 1561-1630. Arithmetrica logarithmica.

	--------------------{ Elizabeth Eisenstein }--------------------

Author:        Eisenstein, Elizabeth L.
Title:         The printing press as an agent of change : communications and
                 cultural transformations in early modern Europe / Elizabeth L.
                 Eisenstein. Cambridge [Eng.] ; New York : Cambridge University
                 Press, 1979.
Description:   2 v. (xxi, 794 p.) ; 24 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 709-767.
Subjects:      Printing -- Influence.
               Reformation.
               Renaissance.
               Technology and civilization.
               UCSD  Central   Z124 .E37 CIRC Annex
               UCSD  Undergrad Z124 .E37 1980
Author:        Eisenstein, Elizabeth L.
Title:         The printing revolution in early modern Europe / Elizabeth L.
                 Eisenstein. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge
                 University Press, 1983.
Description:   xiv, 297 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 277-289.
Subjects:      Printing -- History.
               Technology and civilization.
               Europe -- Intellectual life -- History.
               UCSD  Central   Z124 .E374 1983 CIRC Annex

	--------------------{ Lucien Febvre }--------------------

Author:        Febvre, Lucien Paul Victor, 1878-1956.
Uniform title: Apparition du livre. English.
Title:         The coming of the book : the impact of printing 1450-1800 /
                 Lucien Febvre and Henri-Jean Martin ; translated by David
                 Gerard ; edited by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and David Wootton.
                 [New ed.]. London : N.L.B., 1976.
Description:   378 p. : maps ; 22 cm.
Series:        Foundations of history library.
Notes:         Translation of L'apparition du livre.
               Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Books -- History.
               Printing -- History.
               UCSD  Central   Z4 .F413 1976
               UCSD  Undergrad Z4 .F413 1976

	--------------------{ Chirurgi Magna }--------------------

Author:        Manget, Jean-Jaques, 1652-1742.
Title:         Bibliotheca chirurgica, sive rerum ad artem machaonicam quoquo
                 modo spectantium thesaurus absolutissimus; quo omnes prorsus
                 humani corporis affectiones, chirurgi manum, aut aliam aliquam
                 ejusdem operam exposcentes, ordine alphabetico explicantur ..
                 Genevae, Sumptibus Gabrielis de Tournes & filiorum. M.DCC.XXI.
                 [1721]
Description:   4 v. ([12], 650 p., 25 leaves of plates ; [2], 2, 530, 523-538
                 p. ; [2], 3-4, 695 p., ; [2], 5-6, 514, 517-600 p.) : ill. ;
                 37 cm.
Subjects:      Surgery.
               Surgery -- encyclopedias.
Author:        Scaliger, Joseph Juste, 1540-1609.
Title:         Nicolai Vincentii Pictaviensis chirurgi [pseud.] [Epistola ad
                 Stephan um Naudinum Bersuriensem] Ad dictata Jo. Martini in
                 librum Hippocratis, De vulneribus capitis.. Coloniae [i.e.
                 Paris] Apud Sebastianum Faucherum, 1578.
Description:   [103] p. 16 cm.
Notes:         Microfilm. Watertown, Mass., General Microfilm Co., [19--] 1
                 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (German books before 1601, roll 479,
                 item 1)
Other entries: German books before 1601 roll 479, item 1.

	--------------------{ Catherine of Cleves }--------------------

Title:         The Hours of Catherine of Cleves. Introd. and commentaries by
                 John Plummer. New York, G. Braziller [1966]
Description:   359 p. 160 col. facsims. 21 cm.
Notes:         "Reproduced from the illuminated manuscript belonging to the
                 Guennol Collection and the Pierpont Morgan Library."
               Bibliography: p. 358-359.
Subjects:      Hours of Catherine of Cleves.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Dutch.
               Catharina van Kleef, Duchess of Gelderland, 1417-1476.
               UCSD  AAL       ND3363.C3 P55 1966 AAL Stacks
Author:        Plummer, John, 1919-
Title:         The book of hours of Catherine of Cleves. Foreword by Frederick
                 B. Adams, Jr. Incorporating comments by Harry Bober [and
                 others]. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, 1964.
Description:   83 p. 32 plates (part col.) 24 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 83.
Subjects:      Hours of Catherine of Cleves.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Dutch.
               Catharina van Kleef, Duchess of Gelderland, 1417-1476.
               UCSD  Central   No call number Spec Coll

	--------------------{ Master of Playing Cards }--------------------

Author:        Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut, 1903-
Title:         Gutenberg and the Master of the Playing Cards. New Haven, Yale
                 University Press, 1966.
Description:   xii, 83 p. illus., facsims. (part col.) 29 cm.
Notes:         Bibliographical footnotes.
Subjects:      Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468.
               Master of the Playing Cards, 15th cent.
               Printing -- History -- Origin and antecedents.
               Incunabula -- Bibliography.
               UCSD  Central   Z126.A3 L4 Spec Coll Rare
               UCSD  Central   Z126.A3 L4 Oversize

	--------------------{ Illuminated Manuscripts }--------------------

Author:        Bologna, Giulia.
Uniform title: Manoscritti e miniature. English.
Title:         Illuminated manuscripts : the book before Gutenberg / Giulia
                 Bologna. 1st American ed. New York : Weidenfeld & Nicolson,
                 c1988.
Description:   199 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm.
Notes:         Translation of: Manoscritti e miniature.
               Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 193.
Subjects:      Books -- History -- 400-1400.
               Writing -- History.
               Scriptoria -- History.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval.
               Manuscripts, Medieval -- History.
               UCSD  Central   Z6 .B6513 1988 Oversize
Title:         Medieval calligraphy : its history and technique / Marc Drogin ;
                 foreword by Paul Freeman. New York : Dover Publications, 1989,
                 c1980.
Description:   xvi, 198 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes:         Reprint. Originally published: Montclair, N.J. : Allanheld &
                 Schram, 1980.
               Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-186).
Subjects:      Calligraphy.
               Manuscripts, Medieval -- Facsimiles.
               Writing -- History.
               Paleography.
Title:         "For God and Cuthbert" : a brief account of the Lindisfarne
                 Gospels : with a reproduction from the gospel according to
                 Saint Luke. New York : Ogham Press, 1952.
Description:   [12] p. : facsim. ; 21 cm.
Notes:         Printed in red and black.
Subjects:      Lindisfarne Gospels.
               Illumination of books and manuscripts, Anglo-Saxon.
               Gift books.
Other entries: Ogham Press.
               A brief account of the Lindisfarne Gospels.

	--------------------{ Early Books }--------------------

Author:        Bouchot, Henri, 1849-1906.
Uniform title: Livre.
Title:         The book: its printers, illustrators, and binders, from
                 Gutenberg to the present time. By Henri Bouchot ... with a
                 treatise on the art of collecting and describing early printed
                 books, and a Latin-English and English-Latin topographical
                 index of the earliest printing places. Ed. by H. Grevel.
                 Containing one hundred and seventy-two fac-similes of early
                 topography, book illustrations, printers marks, bindings,
                 numerous borders, initials, head and tail pieces, and a
                 frontispiece. New York, Scribner and Welford, 1890.
Description:   xv, 383 p. incl. front., illus., ports., facsims. 27 cm.
Notes:         First English translation by E. C. Bigmore, 1887 has title: The
                 printed book; its history, illustration and adornment.
               "The art of describing and cataloguing incunabula" (p.
                 [322]-351) is a translation of Die Incunabel-Bibliographie,
                 von A. Einsle, Wien, 1888.
Subjects:      Books -- History.
               Printing -- History.
               UCSD  Central   Z4 .B76 1890a Spec Coll Ref
               UCSD  Central   Z4 .B76 1890a
Author:        De Vinne, Theodore Low, 1828-1914.
Title:         The invention of printing; a collection of facts and opinions
                 descriptive of early prints and playing cards, the block-books
                 of the fifteenth century, the legend of Lourens Janszoon
                 Coster of Haarlem, and the work of John Gutenberg and his
                 associates. Illustrated with facsims. of early types and
                 woodcuts. New York, F. Hart, 1876. Detroit, Gale Research Co.,
                 1969.
Description:   556 p. illus., facsims., maps, ports. 23 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. [543]-545.
Subjects:      Printing -- History -- Origin and antecedents.
               UCSD  Central   Z126 .D49 1876a

	-------------------{ Gutenberg }--------------------

Author:        Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc.
Title:         The Gutenberg Bible, the property of the General Theological
                 Seminary, New York City, which will be sold on Friday, April
                 7, 1978 .... New York : Christie, Manson & Woods International
                 Inc., [1978]
Description:   26 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
Series:        Catalogue - Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc. ; Apr.
                 7, 1978.
Notes:         "Census of copies of the Gutenberg Bible": p. 24-26.
               Bibliography: p. 20.
Subjects:      Gutenberg Bible.
               UCSD  Central   Z241.B58 C49 1978 Spec Coll Rare
Author:        Pearson, Emily C. (Emily Clemens)
Title:         Gutenberg, and the art of printing / by Emily C. Pearson. Boston
                 : Noyes, Holmes, 1871.
Description:   vi, 292 p. : ill.
Notes:         Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, 1970-1978.
                 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Wright American fiction ; v. 2
                 (1851-1875), reel P-5, no. 1857)
               UCSD  Central   XX 553 Current Periodical Microform
Author:        Scholderer, Victor, 1880-
Title:         Johann Gutenberg: the inventor of printing. 2nd ed., revised.
                 London, British Museum, 1970.
Description:   32 p., 16 plates. illus., facsims., (some col.). 22 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 31-32.
Subjects:      Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468.
               Printers -- Germany -- Biography.
               Printing -- History -- Origin and antecedents.
               Incunabula -- Germany -- Mainz (Rhineland-Palatinate) --
                 Bibliography.
               UCSD  Central   Z126.Z7 S3 1970
               UCSD  Central   Z126.Z7 S3 1970 Spec Coll Rare
Author:        Stillwell, Margaret Bingham, 1887-
Title:         The beginning of the world of books, 1450 to 1470; a
                 chronological survey of the texts chosen for printing during
                 the first twenty years of the printing art, with a synopsis of
                 the Gutenberg documents. New York, Bibliographical Society of
                 America, 1972.
Description:   xxviii, 112 p. 26 cm.
Notes:         Appendixes (p. [73]-106): A. The Gutenberg documents: notes on
                 the manuscript records, 1420-1468. The Gutenberg tradition as
                 stated in the printed books of the fifteenth century,
                 1468-1499.--B. Undated imprints assigned to the Netherlands.
               Bibliography: p. xxi-xxv.
Subjects:      Gutenberg, Johann, 1397?-1468 -- Bibliography.
               Incunabula -- Bibliography.
               Printing -- History -- Origin and antecedents.
               UCSD  Central   Z240 .S816
Author:        Thorpe, James Ernest, 1915-
Title:         The Gutenberg Bible, landmark in learning / by James Thorpe. San
                 Marino, Calif. : Huntington Library, 1975.
Description:   23 p. : facsims. ; 24 cm.
Subjects:      Gutenberg Bible.
               Incunabula -- Bibliography.
               Printing -- History -- Origin and antecedents.
               UCSD  Central   Z241.B58 T47

	--------------------{ Benedict Anderson }--------------------

Author:        Anderson, Benedict R. O'G. (Benedict Richard O'Gorman), 1936-
Title:         Imagined communities : reflections on the origin and spread of
                 nationalism / Benedict Anderson. London : Verso, 1983.
Description:   160 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. [149]-153.
Subjects:      Nationalism -- History.
               UCSD  Central   JC311 .A656 1983
               UCSD  Undergrad JC311 .A656 1983 Check local catalog for
                               specific location
Author:        Anderson, Benedict R. O'G. (Benedict Richard O'Gorman), 1936-
Title:         Imagined communities : reflections on the origin and spread of
                 nationalism / Benedict Anderson. Rev. and extended ed. London
                 ; New York : Verso, 1991.
Description:   xv, 224 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-212) and index.
Subjects:      Nationalism -- History.
               UCSD  Central   JC311 .A656 1991

	--------------------{ Mercator }--------------------

Author:        Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594.
Uniform title: Atlas sive Cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mvndi et
                 fabricati figvra. English.
Title:         Atlas; or, A geographicke description of the world, Amsterdam
                 1636. With an introduction by R. A. Skelton. Amsterdam,
                 Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1968.
Description:   2 v. illus., maps (part fold.) 47 cm.
Series:        Theatrum orbis terrarum; a series of atlases in facsimile 4th
                 ser., v. 2.
Notes:         At head of title: Mercator--Hondius--Janssonius.
               Original t.p. reads: Gerardi Mercatoris et J. Hondii. Atlas, or,
                 A geographicke description of the regions, countries and
                 kingdomes of the world, through Europe, Asia, Africa, and
                 America, represented by new & exact maps. Translated by Henry
                 Hexham. Printed at Amsterdam, by Henry Hondius, and John
                 Johnson, 1636.
               "Bibliographical references": p. xxvi-xxvii.
Subjects:      Atlases -- Early works to 1800.
               Geography -- Early works to 1800.
Other entries: Hondius, Jodocus, 1563-1611 or 2.
               Jansson, Jan, 1588-1664.
               Skelton, R. A. (Raleigh Ashlin), 1906-1970.
              UCSD  Central   G1007.A73 1636 .S5 1968 Map Oversize
Author:        Nebenzahl, Kenneth.
Title:         Maps from the age of discovery : Columbus to Mercator / by
                 Kenneth Nebenzahl. London : Times Books, 1990.
Description:   viii, 168 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.), ports. ; 48
                 cm.
Notes:         Includes index.
               Bibliography: p. 161-164.
Subjects:      Cartography -- History.
              UCSD  Central   GA201 .N43 1990 Map Reference
Author:        Osley, A. S.
Title:         Mercator: a monograph on the lettering of maps, etc., in the
                 16th century Netherlands, with a facsimile and translation of
                 his treatise on the italic hand and a translation of Ghim's
                 Vita Mercatoris. [By] A. S. Osley, with a foreword by R. A.
                 Skelton. New York, Watson-Guptill [1969]
Description:   209 p. illus., facsims., maps, plates, ports. 29 cm.
Notes:         Bibliography: p. 195-202.
Subjects:      Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594.
               Penmanship.
Other entries: Mercator, Gerhard, 1512-1594. Literarum latinarum. English &
                 Latin. 1969.
               Ghymmius, Gualterus, 1530-1611. Vita Mercatoris. English. 1969.
              UCSD  Central   Z43.A3 O8 1969b Oversize


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