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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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Harpsden Court dates to 1204 and the house is recorded in a 1586 map kept at Oxford's Bodleian Library.
Also, the unique manuscript of Beowulf, held in the British Library, will be displayed with the Vercelli Book on loan from the Biblioteca Capitolare in Vercelli, while the Exeter Book on loan from Exeter Cathedral Library and the Junius Manuscript on loan from the Bodleian Library in Oxford.
His Wermacht plan for invasion of the British Isles, just published by the Bodleian Library, talked of "homes of misery" left filthy by mothers not up to German hygiene standards.
Using a Renaissance italic style of calligraphy, he elegantly illuminated the Odes of Horace (one of 18 handmade books Morris made), reproduced in this facsimile of an original held by the Bodleian Library.
MS 34791 was actually finished in 1545--is also explained in the light of the information here presented, the suggestion seemingly arising from the mistaken conflation of Bodleian Library MS Eng.
edited by Debbie Hall; Bodleian Library Publishing; 35 [pounds sterling] (hardback)
The Bodleian library in Oxford has acquired a map of Middle-earth with notes added by JRR Tolkien, the author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Guardian news company revealed on Tuesday.
1602: The Bodleian Library at Oxford University |opened to the public.
Giles Gilbert Scott's vast 1930s extension to the Bodleian Library, once confined to scholars and members of the university, now has a cafe and a welcome mat.
Police suspect there is more vital material in a store left by ex-Labour minister Barbara Castle at the Bodleian Library in Oxford but are having to rely on university archivists to help identify papers.
Frederick Kiefer explores the controversy in identifying the "lost play" Jugurth by William Boyle, a version of which, Kiefer suggests, might survive in a Bodleian Library playbook.
1) It is attested in two extant manuscripts, Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Heb.