Genealogie ist keine Stammbaum-Kraxelei – Personengeschichtliche Forschungen in der Archivlandschaft des 20. Jahrhunderts aus der Perspektive eines Nutzers

Der lesenswerte Aufsatz von Georg Gaugusch (Wien) in: “Archivnutzer im Wandel” (2018) wurde freundlicherweise auf Google Drive bereitgestellt.

Rare medieval bible returned to shelf at Canterbury Cathedral

The Lyghfield bible – named for a monk at the cathedral who once owned it – is the only complete bible and the finest illuminated book known to have survived from the medieval collection. The cathedral won a grant of almost £96,000 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) and raised £4,000 more to buy it at a recent rare books sale in London.

The library of some 30,000 volumes was once one of the greatest treasures of the cathedral, but when the monastic community was broken up by Henry VIII in the 16th century the books were scattered.

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