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- Subject: Medieval Bookbinding
- From: Dorothy Africa <africa@LAW.HARVARD.EDU>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 08:21:58 -0400
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Your friend might find Chris Clarkson's recent article "Further
Studies in Anglo-Saxon and Norman Bookbinding: etc" useful. In it
Clarkson cites some comments by both Powell and Pollard useful for the
insights in later life both these men had on their earlier publications.
Clarkson takes it from there. The article is in the Powell festschrift
published as vol. 14 of Bibliologia, ed. by John Sharpe, Brepols, 1996.
He might also find the volume edited by Linda Brownrigg on the
technology of the medieval book useful. I don't have the exact ref.
handy at the moment, but perhaps some one else on the list does.