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A grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund has enabled staff at Northumberland Archives, based at Woodhorn in Northumberland, to delve into previously uncatalogued papers held in the Roddam Collection.
of Exeter) discovered them in an uncatalogued box of papers in a family archive while doing research for this book.
However, one of the fundamentally important contributions of this book is the incorporation of a series of previously uncatalogued Valencian relaciones, or case reports, and secular case records as well as a smaller number of additional relaciones from Barcelona.
Urban sources would account for seven to 15 per cent of global methane emissions from human activity if other urban areas have a similar share of uncatalogued emissions.
This grew exponentially from an uncatalogued dump in the basement of Broadcasting House to the thousands upon thousands of files now carefully nurtured for posterity at Caversham Park, near Reading--a set of archives that the current BBC historian, Professor Jean Seaton, firmly believes 'illuminate contemporary history more vividly than any other'.
2) The uncatalogued items of English, like the snippet that I will discuss here, remain unnoticed simply because modern monolingual English researchers have not bothered to investigate the vastly richer world provided by the other languages used in medieval England.
As a fellow historian, I found the authors' search for Bridgland's original materials, in particular the plate negatives, very interesting and satisfying: the negatives were ultimately discovered in uncatalogued cardboard boxes in a warehouse of the National Archives.
99-116), provides information on four hitherto uncatalogued Sanskrit manuscripts of the KrSaPa.
I'm pretty happy when everyone knows where I've been and where I'll be next, but I'm perfectly uncatalogued between times.
Ian Morrison was kind enough to make available to me an uncatalogued dossier of correspondence relating to library matters held in Special Collections of the University of Melbourne Library.
Iter Italicum, A Finding List of Uncatalogued or Incompletely Catalogued Humanistic Manuscripts of the Renaissance in Italian and Other Libraries.
The books at Greenwich, and elsewhere, were not inventoried (or at least, no inventories survive), so that, although many uncatalogued Henrician books have been identified, they do not find a place within the confines of the Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues.
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