ePapers Repository

Observations on the Calendrical Notes of MS. Copenhagen, Kong.Bibl. Nye Konglige Samling 2126.2º (Lectionary 1748)

Birdsall, James Neville (1928-2005) (1966) Observations on the Calendrical Notes of MS. Copenhagen, Kong.Bibl. Nye Konglige Samling 2126.2º (Lectionary 1748). Working Paper. University of Birmingham. (Unpublished)

[img]PDF
copenhagen_article.pdf
728Kb
[img]PDF
Copenhagen_Correspondence.pdf
12Mb
[img]PDF
Copenhagen_MS.pdf
7Mb
[img]PDF
copenhagen_notes_1.pdf
9Mb
[img]PDF
Copenhagen_notes_2_.pdf
10Mb
[img]PDF
Copenhagen_notes_2b.pdf
472Kb
[img]PDF
copenhagen_notes_3.pdf
3368Kb
[img]PDF
copenhagen_notes_4.pdf
1448Kb
[img]PDF
Copenhagen_20Notes_203.pdf
2356Kb
[img]PDF
minor_changes.pdf
3496Kb
[img]PDF
notes_on_copenhagen_article.pdf
3696Kb
[img]PDF
Notes_on_the_menology_of_Ms_Nye_Kunglike_Samiling_(Copenhagen).pdf
3277Kb
[img]PDF
Observations_on_the_calendrical_notes_of_MS_Copenhagen.pdf
3411Kb
[img]PDF
Serga_notes.pdf
7Mb

Abstract

These files represent a dossier compiled by Neville Birdsall in the 1960s on L1748 for the preparation of an article. It is presented here in its third draft form, with annotations, but it appears not to have been published. The extensive correspondence with F. Halkin suggests that it was intended for publication in Analecta Bollandiana. There is also correspondence from members of the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris regarding Coislin 224 and the Austrian National Library regarding Vienna Theol. gr. 302 and Coislin 224. The files also include numerous lists of liturgical commemorations in different manuscripts.

Type of Work:Monograph (Working Paper)
School/Faculty:Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Arts
Department:Department of Theology
Additional Information:

Uploaded to epapers at the request of Prof D.C. Parker and Prof Jeff Childers, Birdsall's literary executors.

Date:04 October 1966
Projects:Birdsall Papers
Series/Collection Name:Birdsall Papers
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BS The Bible
Copyright Status:Uploaded to epapers at the request of Prof D.C. Parker and Prof Jeff Childers, Birdsall's literary executors.
Copyright Holders:Estate of Neville Birdsall
ID Code:3330

Export Reference As : ASCII + BibTeX + Dublin Core + EndNote + HTML + METS + MODS + OpenURL Object + Reference Manager + Refer + RefWorks
Share this item :
QR Code for this page

Repository Staff Only: item control page