by Egypt Exploration Society .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by John Gavvin Tait and Claire Preáux.|
|Series||Egypt Exploration Society. Graeco;Roman Memoirs;no.33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||434|
Full text of "Theban ostraca: Edited from the originals, now mainly in the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, Toronto, and the Bodleian Library, Oxford" See other formats. Associated collections. The Taylor Institution Library Teaching Collection holds a developing collection of Greek films and books on Greek cinema. Statistical data for Greece can be found in the Social Science on the history of the Ottoman Empire in general (including Greece) are held in the Oriental Institute and the Bodleian Library.. Works on pre Greek Author: Kostas Skordyles. The Bodleian Library (/ ˈ b ɒ d l i ən, b ɒ d ˈ l iː ən /) is the main research library of the University of Oxford, and is one of the oldest libraries in over 12 million items, it is the second-largest library in Britain after the British Library. Under the Legal Deposit Libraries Act it is one of six legal deposit libraries for works published in the United Kingdom. At the far end from the Bodleian Library entrance, a door leads to Convocation House (the lower floor of the Bodleian Library and Divinity School). Designed between and specifically for lectures, oral exams and discussions on theology, was almost ‘certainly the .
Similar books and articles. Greek Ostraca in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Vol. II, Ostraca of the Roman and Byzantine Periods. Cairo: Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, Paper, € ISBN: Litinas Greek Ostraca From Abu Mina. Pp. Xii + , Pls. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, Cased. The catalogue aims to provide a record for every medieval Western manuscript in the Bodleian (including Byzantine manuscripts), and for the Western medieval manuscripts of selected Oxford colleges. Currently the catalogue provides full coverage of Christ Church medieval manuscripts and one sample manuscript from Balliol College. In the decision was taken to build a new library, with space for five million books, library departments and reading rooms, on a site occupied by a row of old timber houses on the north side of Broad Street. The New Bodleian, as it was known then, . Theban ostraca; ed. from the originals, now mainly in the Royal Ontario museum of archaeology, Toronto, and the Bodleian library, Oxford [Thompson, Herbert, Gardiner, Alan Henderson, Milne, J G. ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Theban ostraca; ed. from the originals, now mainly in the Royal Ontario museum of archaeology, TorontoAuthor: Herbert Thompson, Alan Henderson Gardiner, J G. Milne.
In addition the Bodleian Library holds a most important collection of fragments which were kept in the Cairo Genizah, the old depository of worn-out books. The Bodleian purchased the fragments as early as and many of them are very old and valuable. The library holds an extensive collection of early printed Hebrew books. And they weren’t alone, in the UK, the collection is paralleled by Cambridge University Library’s Arc. or Arcana collection and the British Library’s Private Case, but this being Oxford the Bodleian’s forbidden books were given the donnish shelf mark Φ – the Greek letter Phi. Greek Ostraca in the Bodleian Library: v. 1 (Hardback) Published by Egypt Exploration Society, United Kingdom () ISBN ISBN Greek Ostraca in the Bodleian Library at Oxford and Various Other CollectionsGreek Ostraca in the Bodleian Library at Oxford and Various Other Collections. Vol. Iii, Indexes. B. R. R., Oxford, J. G. Tait, C. Preaux, J. Bingen & M. Wittek - - Journal of Hellenic Studies