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Early Manuscripts of Anselm: a discussion with five manuscripts

Presented by the Bodleian Library, Lambeth Palace Library, and Trinity College Cambridge

Bodleian Library, Oxford, Monday, 27 April, 2009
New Library Seminar Room


Richard Palmer (Lambeth Palace Library), Richard Sharpe (History Faculty), and Teresa Webber (Trinity College, Cambridge) at Anselm Day in the Seminar Room, Bodleian Library, when the manuscripts MS. Bodley 271, MS. Rawlinson A. 392, Trinity College MS. B. 1. 37 and Lambeth Palace MSS. 59 and 224 were shown.

Speakers: Richard Sharpe, Teresa Webber, Michael Gullick, Rodney Thomson, Ian Logan, Samu Niskanen

Booklet circulation in Normandy in the 1080s
Bodleian MS. Rawlinson A. 392

Booklet circulation in England in the 1090s
Trinity College MS. B. 1. 37

William of Malmesbury and the collected works and letters
Lambeth Palace MS. 224

The Canterbury collections of works and letters
Bodleian MS. Bodley 271 and Lambeth Palace MS. 59

NOTE: Richard Sharpe’s paper, 'Anselm as author: publishing in the late eleventh century', Journal of Medieval Latin 19 (2009), 1–87, is available to download from his webpage www.history.ox.ac.uk/sharpe/index.htm (scroll to ‘Anselm 2009’).

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