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Illuminated Manuscripts In Cambridge, Part One: The Frankish Kingdoms, The Low Countries And Germany

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This publication is the first to appear in a major new series of catalogues covering all the Western medieval illuminated manuscripts in Cambridge, excluding only the separately catalogued manuscripts in the University Library. The catalogue entries, based on the most recent studies undertaken by the Cambridge Illuminations Research Project, are organised geographically by ...more
Hardcover, 560 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Harvey Miller
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(This first appeared in the Historians of Netherlandish Art newsletter.)

The first two sumptuous volumes of Illuminated Manuscripts in Cambridge (IMC) have arrived. The series of catalogues covers, and will cover, medieval manuscripts in the Cambridge Colleges and the Fitzwilliam Museum (although excluding the manuscripts in the University Library, which will be catalogued separately). Part One, Volume One includes the Frankish Kingdoms, the Northern Netherlands, Germany, Bohemia, Hungary and Aus
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Emeritus Honorary Professor of the History of Art

Nigel Morgan is Honorary Professor of the History of Art and Head of Research of the Parker-on-the-Web Project on the medieval manuscripts of Corpus Christi College. He also collaborates with Stella Panayotova of the Fitzwilliam Museum on the catalogues of the illuminated manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum and the colleges of Cambridge. His main
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