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ISBN:8770236216
Author: Harald Ilsøe
ISBN13: 978-8770236218
Title: On Parchment, Paper and Palm Leaves... Treasures of the Royal Library of Denmark
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Language: English
Category: Europe
Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press (March 29, 1993)
Pages: 364

On Parchment, Paper and Palm Leaves... Treasures of the Royal Library of Denmark by Harald Ilsøe



This volume presents in pictures and words the cultural heritage, national as well as international, administered by the Royal Library in Denmark. This volume presents in pictures and words the cultural heritage, national as well as international, administered by the Royal Library in Denmark.

by Kongelige Bibliotek (Denmark), Harald Ilsøe. by Patrick Lo, Allan Cho, Dickson . by Thomas Pell Platt.

On Parchment, Paper and Palm Leaves. Treasures of the Royal Library of Denmark. ISBN 13: 9788770236218. Publication Date: 3/29/1993.

Treasures in the Royal Library. This luxuriously adorned copy is printed on parchment. The title page is illustrated and coloured, and the whole book has coloured and golden initials. It is bound in dark calfskin with gold decorations. The fleur-de-lis and a salamander – the emblem of the French King Francis I ((b. 1494) 1515-1547) – are placed in the centre of both the front and the back covers. References: Anker Kyster, Bookbindings in the Public Collections of Denmark, Vol. 1: The Royal Library Copenhagen, Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard, Ejnar Munksgaard 1938, pp. 78-79. Harald Ilsøe, Det kongelige Bibliotek i støbeskeen. Studier og samlinger til bestandens historie indtil ca. 1780, Copenhagen: The Royal Library/Museum Tusculanum Press 1999, pp. 339-340 (in Danish with an English summary).

by H, E. It outlines in detail the origin and growth.

Redirected from The Royal Library, Denmark). The Royal Library (Danish: Det Kongelige Bibliotek) in Copenhagen is the national library of Denmark and the university library of the University of Copenhagen. It is among the largest libraries in the world and the largest in the Nordic countries. In 2017 it merged with the State and University Library in Aarhus to form a combined national library.

Copenhagen University Library since 1482 - The Kings Library since 1660 - National Deposit Library since 1697 - Public Library since 1793 - 150 kilometres printed matters. running a perlscript that catches the hierarchical structure of the catalogues and prints a XML file. the resulting topicmap conforms to the ISO standard following the XTM1. dtd, the XML interchange syntax for ISO 13250 Topic Maps).

Contact the booksellers by speciality. An exhibition of the finest, most beautiful, most important and valuable of the Royal Library's treasures. From the oldest manuscripts to the steadily increasing flow of digital cultural heritage online. Historiography Among other things, the so-called Anger Fragment, which consists of four leaves from Saxo's own working copy of his history of Denmark, and the collections 'oldest manuscript: Gregory of Tours' Frankerkrønike from 600s. War and struggle Among other things, an invaluable source of medieval swordsmanship in His Thalhofers hand writing from 1459 and Frederik . secret krigsbog from 1578th. Letters A selection of library 2 million letters from, inter alia, Mahatma Gandhi, Henry Miller and WA Mozart.

Parchment – Parchment is a writing material made from specially prepared untanned skins of animals-primarily sheep, calves, and goats. It has been used as a medium for over two millennia. Although most copies of the Gutenberg Bible are on paper, some were printed on parchment,12 of the 48 surviving copies, in 1490, Johannes Trithemius preferred the older methods, because handwriting placed on parchment will be able to endure a thousand years. But how long will printing last, which is dependent on paper and it lasts for two hundred years that is a long time. Queen Margrethe II can trace her back to the Viking kings Gorm the Old and Harald Bluetooth from this time. The area we now know as Denmark, has a rich prehistory, having been populated by prehistoric cultures and people for about 12,000 years.

5 The Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark The workshop at the Royal Library is situated in this building and the whole conservation process was conducted here. The main building of the library, ’the Black Diamond’, where the Avestan manuscripts are kept. 6 The oldest part of the library built in 1906 from the garden side. 7 The manuscript had been fumigated in India. Download ppt "The Royal Library National Library and Copenhagen University Library Denmark. Similar presentations.

This volume presents in pictures and words the cultural heritage, national as well as international, administered by the Royal Library in Denmark. It outlines in detail the origin and growth of the collections from before the time of Frederik III, leading the reader through the collections, its themes and highlights, from Western Manuscripts before c. 1530to printed books and pictures in the period 1450-1830. Showcased highlights include maps and atlases; Greenlandica; Americana; Orientalia; Hebracica and judaica; pictures in the print and photograph collection; the music collection; and bookbindings.