Introduction to Manuscript Studies, 2007, Raymond Clemens & Timothy Graham, Near Fine

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Clemens, Raymond, and Timothy Graham.  Ithaca & London, Cornell University Press, 2007.

English, Near Fine, Paperback, 4to, 9 ⅛” x 12", 301 pp.

ISBN: 9780801487088

Full-color graphic and text to front, yellow and white text to spine, three thumbnail images and yellow and white text to back. Full-color plates throughout. pp. 301. Includes illustration guide, preface, bibliography, and index. Clemens and Graham present “a comprehensive and accessible orientation to the field of medieval manuscript studies” in three parts: “Making the Medieval Manuscript,” “Reading the Medieval Manuscript,” and “Some Manuscript Genres” (excerpted from the dust jacket). Clemens and Graham take readers on a complete start-to-finish process of the creation of manuscripts, a thorough guide to understanding and interpreting the text and symbols, and conclude with the different applications of this art form. Overall, an engaging and extensive overview of Medieval manuscripts alongside expertly selected examples.

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