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An Oxford hall in medieval times
Alfred Brotherston Emden
|Statement||by Alfred B. Emden.|
|LC Classifications||LF513 .E6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 320 p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||28010589|
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Hall’s Companion gives a clear, readable account of the history of the ancient book followed by chapters on the fortunes of Greek and Latin texts in antiquity, the Middle Ages, and Renaissance. Final chapters deal with. AN OXFORD HALL IN MEDIEVAL TIMES. by Alfred B.
Emden. Published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press. 1st thus. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Being the Early History of St. Edmund Hall, the only survival in Oxford of a medieval hall. A re-issue of the edition with a new preface and supplement.
much attention to medieval Latin poetry and especially to part of it can be conveniently described as lyrical. The present volume is intended to provide a repre sentative selection of medieval Latin verse up to about the year It is on a larger scale than the original Oxford Book of MediefJal Latin Perse, edited by the late Sir StephenFile Size: 4MB.
Medieval halls were established to house and educate undergraduates, many of them predating Oxford’s colleges. St Edmund Hall was the last of these many medieval halls to survive, becoming a fully incorporated college in the twentieth century.
The first documented reference to St Edmund Hall is inbut it may be considerably older. A library may be considered from two very different points of view: as a workshop, or as a Museum. The former commends itself to the practical turn of mind characteristic of the present day; common sense urges that mechanical ingenuity, which has done so much in other directions, should be employed in making the acquisition of knowledge less cumbrous and .Covering a thousand years of history, this volume tells the story of the creation of Western civilization in Europe and the Mediterranean.
Now available in a compact, more convenient format, it offers the same text and many of the illustrations which first appeared in the widely acclaimed Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval Europe.A SHORT HISTORY OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY.
By Tim Lambert. OXFORD UNIVERSITY IN THE MIDDLE AGES. According to legend Oxford university was founded in when Alfred the Great happened to meet some monks there and had a scholarly debate that lasted several days.