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A book is the emblem of St Anne, St Augustine, St Bernard, and other saints.Recorded from Old English (in form bōc, originally meaning also ‘a document or charter’), the word is of Germanic origin, ...
bull

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A papal edict. Recorded from Middle English, the word comes via Old French from Latin bulla ‘bubble, rounded object’, in medieval Latin, ‘seal or sealed document’. Also called papal bull.
Catalogue of English Literary Manuscripts 1450–1700

Catalogue of English Literary Manuscripts 1450–1700  

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(CELM)Database project, funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council, made freely available on the World Wide Web in summer 2009. It has been compiled by Peter Beal ...
manuscript culture

manuscript culture  

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The broad culture and history surrounding the production, circulation, commerce, and consumption of scribal and handwritten texts. It is closely related to the scholarly practices of codicology, ...
Peter Rabbit

Peter Rabbit  

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English children’s book series (see 15). Beatrix Potter’s animal characters first appeared in illustrated letters. As with the Harry Potter books, Beatrix Potter initially struggled to interest a ...

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