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Bodleian

(bɒdˈliːən; ˈbɒdlɪ-)
n
(Library Science & Bibliography) the principal library of Oxford University: a copyright deposit library
[C17: named after Sir Thomas Bodley (1545–1613), English scholar who founded it in 1602]
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Bodleian Children's Books, 2019, pp40, [pounds sterling]12.99 978 1 85124 518 5
Awarded by the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford, the fellowship will enable Dr Adam Whittaker, at Birmingham City University, to work with the rare and unique Bodleian special collections for his research.
Yossef Rapoport and Emilie Savage-Smith The Bodleian Library/University of Chicago
Lost Maps of the Caliphs: Drawing the World in Eleventh-Century Cairo by Yossef Rapoport and Emilie Savage-Smith, is out now from Bodleian Library Publishing, priced [pounds sterling]37.50.
The exhibition - launched on March 8, International Women's Day, at Phnom Penh gallery The Bodleian - consists of six paintings by Cambodian artist and photographer Rena Chheang.
AN EMAIL from an old friend this week reads: "visited the Bodleian Library in Oxford for the first time.
Endeavour and Thursday investigate after a librarian is murdered at the Bodleian. Two professors seem to be the obvious suspects, but as they delve deeper, Endeavour discovers links to Nazi Germany, a thwarted love affair and broken promises.
When I walked into the Bodleian Library set, when it was under construction or walked into the Bishop house once it was finished, it was almost spooky.
The University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries is currently displaying some rather risque works from its collection of "improper" books.
1602: The Bodleian Library at Oxford University opened to the public.
ON THIS DAY 1602: The Bodleian Library at Oxford University opened to the public.
It includes a concise biographical essay by Catherine McIlwaine, of the Bodleian's Department of Special Collections, and a small selection of scholarly review essays by major scholars: on the Inklings by John Garth; on the concept of Faerie by Verlyn Flieger; on Tolkien's languages by Carl Hostetter; on his Northern European influences by Tom Shippey; and on his visual art by Wayne G.