6 edition of In praise of scribes. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||De laude scriptorum.|
|Statement||Edited with introd. by Klaus Arnold. Translated by Roland Behrendt.|
|LC Classifications||Z105 .T7413 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 111 p.|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||74077102|
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Johannes Trithemius: In Praise of Scribes (Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! The ancient scribes deserve our thanks and praise! (Reprinted by permission from the Biblical Archaeologist, Vol. 45, No. 3, Summer , pages –) BSP .
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In Praise of Scribes is a major contribution to the field of manuscript studies in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This profusely illustrated book argues for the significant role played by clerks and scriveners both in contemporary society and in the transmissional history ofliterary texts.
Specific case studies are offered of a remarkably industrious contributor to the ferment. In Praise of Scribes is a major contribution to the field of manuscript studies in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
This profusely illustrated book argues for the significant role played by clerks and scriveners both in contemporary society and in the transmissional history of literary texts. In Praise of Scribes is a major contribution to manuscript studies in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
With case studies ranging from anonymous scribes to Sir Philip Sidney, John Donne, and Katherine Philips, this profusely illustrated book shows what wide-ranging use can be made of material evidence, and helps to define the nature of manuscript culture in this period.
In Praise of Ancient Scribes. owes its existence entirely to generations of Jewish scribes, who copied and recopied the books of the Old Testament for more than 1, years. Until recently Author: Alan Millard. ership this way. In this selection from In Praise of Scribes, Trithemius puts forward a number of reasons that hand-copying should be continued despite the introduction of a supposedly superior technology.
He presents an amalgam of spiritual and practical reasons. One practical reason he gives—that books written on paper will never last—. We can also see the waning of professionalism in publishing where book shelves (virtual or not) are bulging, but reading remains flat or even declining.
Shirky, tongue firmly in cheek, gave his take on the dilemma in a chapter entitled In Praise of Scribes. The title refers to Johannes Trithemius, the Abbot of Sponheim, who published Laude Author: Rob Bole. "When we consider the care the ancients lavished on the collecting of books, our own efforts appear insignificant and childish." --In Praise of Scribes, p.
45 I came to In Praise of Scribes, first published indirectly from a mention in Bibliomania in the Middle I started looking for a copy, it was well over a hundred dollars for the English translation (an excellent, readable Author: Anarchivist.
Without scribes, writing would not long persist safely, but would be shattered by chance and corrupted by age. The printed book is a thing of paper and in a short time will decay entirely.
But the scribe commending letters to parchment extends his own and the letters' lifespan for ages. By Johannes Trithemius (book author), Klaus Arnold (book editor) and H. Krausse (review author). Scriptorium (/ s k r ɪ p ˈ t ɔːr i ə m / ()), literally "a place for writing", is commonly used to refer to a room in medieval European monasteries devoted to the writing, copying and illuminating of manuscripts commonly handled by monastic r, lay scribes and illuminators from outside the monastery also assisted the clerical scribes.
BOOK REVIEWS Peter Beal, In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and Their Makers in Sev enteenth-Century England. The Lyell Lectures, Oxford, Oxford: Clarendon Press, xxv + pages. Peter BeaTs extraordinarily readable book on early modern.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Limited ed. of copies. Includes index. Description: xi, 47 pages ; 29 cm: Other Titles: De Laude. In praise of scribes by Peter Beal; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Authors and readers, Criticism, Textual, Editing, English Manuscripts, English.
Free Online Library: In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and their Makers in Seventeenth- Century England.(Review) by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Book reviews Books. The actual title page of 'In Praise of Scribes' pales by comparison. No fault of Gerald Giampa.
The book they finally gave birth to should have been aborted along with some of the directors. For reasons 'known to him and other craftsman' the culture of this society has always conflicted with the intentions of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages illustrations 22 cm: Other Titles: De laude scriptorum.
De laude scriptorum. Why you might need it: Testimonials are a great way to “credential” a book (and more importantly in many cases, an author) and help readers see that the book is relevant to them. Most of all, testimonials should convince a potential reader to buy the book.
In terms of who to ask: it’s better not to have testimonials than to have bad ones or ones from unknown sources. In Praise Of Ancient Scribes. Alan R. Millard [Alan R. Millard is professor of Hebrew, Akkadian and Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Liverpool.
He has worked on numerous excavation projects in the Near East and currently is epigraphist with the British Archaeological Expedition at Tell Nebi Mend (Qadesh on the Orontes) in Syria.]. In “In Praise of Learned Scribes”, written in BCE, and translated by John A.
Wilson, the importance, advantages and disadvantages of being a scribe are further detailed.2 To be a scribe in ancient Egypt was to almost posses a somewhat magical skill. They kept records, recorded daily Egyptian life, activities, culture and history for.
The Papyrus Lansing is an ancient Egyptian document that dates to the reign of the Pharaoh Senusret III (also known as Sesostris III, and, arguably, the legendary Sesostris written of by Herodotus) the 5th ruler of the 12th Dynasty of Egypt from BCE.
It was written by the scribe Nebmare-nakht to his younger apprentice Wenemdiamun and is a document which praises the. In Praise of Scribes (Mmm Marginalia #70) by Carl It’s also possible that the scribe is doodling a doodle in the margins of his own book inspired by the shape of Arthur’s throne while he listens to yet another knight explain in boring detail how he didn’t find Lancelot but did joust three knights of different colors one after the.