Evangeliorum quattuor. CODEX LINDISFARNENSIS

By: Kendrick, T.D. et al

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Oltun & Lausanne: Urs Graf. 1956-60.. Muei Britannici Codex Cottonianus Nero D.IV Permissione Musei Britannici Totius Codicis Simutudo Expressa. Prolegomenis Auxerunt T.D. Kendrick et al. No 401 of 680 sets. Two volumes, Imperial Folio. Volume I: the facsimile; 28 mounted colour plates, 490 monochrome plates; bound in full vellum, blind decorations on upper board. Volume II: xxiv, 295, 176pp, 6 colour & 54 monochrome plates, 64 text figures; bound in quarter vellum and papered boards. A fine set in excellent condition, having been protected by the original plain heavy card packing boxes, which are themselves rather worn around the edges. ISBN ***A superb facsimile of the Lindisfarne Gospels, 'the most magnificent book surviving from Anglo-Saxon England', circa 696-698(?). 'The text is one of the best witnesses for the Vulgate version of the Gospels; the pictures of the Evangelists which precede each Gospel have Greek inscriptions on them; the decoration of the manuscript is one of the great masterpieces of early medieval art, combining Celtic and Germanic elements; and the gloss added in the tenth century is an all-important Early English text' (TLS, 13 Jan 1961). Volume II contains a detailed commentary and analysis of the book by various editors/contributors, one of whom - the conservator A.E.A. Werner - was the owner of this set (although there are no ownership markings). .

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