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The Resource Cataloguing discrepancies : the printed York Breviary of 1493, Andrew Hughes ; in collaboration with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins, (electronic resource)

Cataloguing discrepancies : the printed York Breviary of 1493, Andrew Hughes ; in collaboration with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins, (electronic resource)

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Cataloguing discrepancies : the printed York Breviary of 1493
Title
Cataloguing discrepancies
Title remainder
the printed York Breviary of 1493
Statement of responsibility
Andrew Hughes ; in collaboration with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins
Title variation
Cataloging discrepancies
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Contributor
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Language
eng
Summary
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies reviews the description and cataloguing, from the early eighteenth century to the present day, of an early English Breviary, printed in 1493. With a critical eye, Andrew Hughes summarizes the work that has been done on this liturgical book, of which two complete copies and a number of fragments are extant. How these copies have been described -- and more importantly how these accounts differ -- is a central question of this volume
  • Based on the discrepancies and errors in the existing catalogues of medieval liturgical books, many of which repeat erroneous information for generations, the authors illustrate the defects, problems, and opportunities encountered when technologies of the fifteenth and the twenty-first centuries converge. Not only questioning existing bibliographical practices, Cataloguing Discrepancies suggests practical means for improvements to the future description of early printed books of this kind. --Book Jacket
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies reviews the description and cataloguing, from the early eighteenth century to the present day, of an early English Breviary, printed in 1493. With a critical eye, Andrew Hughes summarizes the work that has been done on this liturgical book, of which two complete copies and a number of fragments are extant. How these copies have been described -- and more importantly how these accounts differ -- is a central question of this volume
  • Based on the discrepancies and errors in the existing catalogues of medieval liturgical books, many of which repeat erroneous information for generations, the authors illustrate the defects, problems, and opportunities encountered when technologies of the fifteenth and the twenty-first centuries converge. Not only questioning existing bibliographical practices, Cataloguing Discrepancies suggests practical means for improvements to the future description of early printed books of this kind. --Book Jacket
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LGG
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1937-2013
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Hughes, Andrew
Dewey number
025.3/2
LC call number
Z695.1.T3
LC item number
H84 2011
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  • Salisbury, Matthew Cheung
  • Robbins, Heather
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  • Catholic Church
  • Catholic Church.
  • Cataloging of Catholic literature
  • Breviaries
Label
Cataloguing discrepancies : the printed York Breviary of 1493, Andrew Hughes ; in collaboration with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-176) and index
Contents
  • Manuscript sigla
  • Catalogue references to the 1493 Breviary
  • Illustrations
  • Glossary
  • 3.
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies
  • Catalogues of printed sources: their problems
  • The 1493 Breviary
  • Catalogues of the manuscripts
  • The social context
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The stationers
  • John Ga[s]chet
  • 4.
  • Describing the Breviary and Its Cataloguers
  • The Witnesses
  • The Bodleian copy
  • The Bate copy
  • The fragments
  • The British Library fragments
  • The Cambridge University Library fragments
  • 1.
  • The Ushaw College fragments
  • The Bodleian Library fragments
  • Lawley's Edition
  • The Contents of the Witnesses
  • The History of the Witnesses
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 2.
  • Lists, Principal Abbreviations, and References
  • Paragraph numbers and the Index
  • Abbreviations and references
  • The books
  • The structure
  • Signatures
  • Signature 35
  • The folio numbers
  • Folio numbers: original and reproductions
  • The missing folio numbers and the beginning of the Sanctorale
  • The (re)numbering of the Sanctorale
  • The headings
  • Galleys
  • Material Characteristics of the Witnesses
  • The typeface
  • Initials
  • 5.
  • The Liturgical Context
  • New feasts
  • From manuscript to print
  • The Becket office
  • The sungtexts
  • The lessons
  • The compositor's task
  • The imprint
  • Stop-press revisions
  • 6.
  • The Manuscripts and Prints
  • Manuscripts
  • The principal feasts of York and the place of use
  • The continued use of the manuscripts and the new feasts
  • The dating
  • Liturgical changes
  • The Wollaton Antiphonal
  • The Becket office
  • The Catalogue headings
  • The Skelton manuscript
  • Conclusions (manuscripts)
  • Printed Books
  • Conclusions (printed books)
  • The title-page
  • The opening page and end material
  • The colophon
  • The size, format, and binding
  • The fragments
  • Openings: duplicated or omitted images
  • Openings: missing leaves
  • Pages: discontinuous images
  • The Facsimiles
  • 8.
  • Recommendations and Conclusions
  • Recommendations
  • A catalogue entry
  • General, primary descriptions
  • Secondary literature
  • 7.
  • The research process
  • Desiderata
  • Conclusions
  • 9.
  • App. 1 Inventories
  • The comparative inventory
  • Format and terminology
  • Liturgy
  • Types of errors
  • The structural inventory
  • Modern Technology
  • 10.
  • App. 2 The Sources of the York Office
  • Manuscripts of York Use
  • Other Manuscripts
  • Printed Books
  • 11.
  • App. 3 Resources for Early Printed Books
  • Photographic Reproductions
  • Photography
  • Microfilm
  • Microfiche
  • Digital images
  • Duplicated or omitted frames or pages
  • Manuscript sigla
  • Catalogue references to the 1493 Breviary
  • Illustrations
  • Glossary
  • 3.
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies
  • Catalogues of printed sources: their problems
  • The 1493 Breviary
  • Catalogues of the manuscripts
  • The social context
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The stationers
  • John Ga[s]chet
  • 4.
  • Describing the Breviary and Its Cataloguers
  • The Witnesses
  • The Bodleian copy
  • The Bate copy
  • The fragments
  • The British Library fragments
  • The Cambridge University Library fragments
  • 1.
  • The Ushaw College fragments
  • The Bodleian Library fragments
  • Lawley's Edition
  • The Contents of the Witnesses
  • The History of the Witnesses
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 2.
  • Lists, Principal Abbreviations, and References
  • Paragraph numbers and the Index
  • Abbreviations and references
  • The books
  • The structure
  • Signatures
  • Signature 35
  • The folio numbers
  • Folio numbers: original and reproductions
  • The missing folio numbers and the beginning of the Sanctorale
  • The (re)numbering of the Sanctorale
  • The headings
  • Galleys
  • Material Characteristics of the Witnesses
  • The typeface
  • Initials
  • 5.
  • The Liturgical Context
  • New feasts
  • From manuscript to print
  • The Becket office
  • The sungtexts
  • The lessons
  • The compositor's task
  • The imprint
  • Stop-press revisions
  • 6.
  • The Manuscripts and Prints
  • Manuscripts
  • The principal feasts of York and the place of use
  • The continued use of the manuscripts and the new feasts
  • The dating
  • Liturgical changes
  • The Wollaton Antiphonal
  • The Becket office
  • The Catalogue headings
  • The Skelton manuscript
  • Conclusions (manuscripts)
  • Printed Books
  • Conclusions (printed books)
  • The title-page
  • The opening page and end material
  • The colophon
  • The size, format, and binding
  • The fragments
  • Openings: duplicated or omitted images
  • Openings: missing leaves
  • Pages: discontinuous images
  • The Facsimiles
  • 8.
  • Recommendations and Conclusions
  • Recommendations
  • A catalogue entry
  • General, primary descriptions
  • Secondary literature
  • 7.
  • The research process
  • Desiderata
  • Conclusions
  • 9.
  • App. 1 Inventories
  • The comparative inventory
  • Format and terminology
  • Liturgy
  • Types of errors
  • The structural inventory
  • Modern Technology
  • 10.
  • App. 2 The Sources of the York Office
  • Manuscripts of York Use
  • Other Manuscripts
  • Printed Books
  • 11.
  • App. 3 Resources for Early Printed Books
  • Photographic Reproductions
  • Photography
  • Microfilm
  • Microfiche
  • Digital images
  • Duplicated or omitted frames or pages
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000645134
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781442641976
Isbn Type
(cloth : acid-free paper)
Lccn
2012464825
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000645134
Label
Cataloguing discrepancies : the printed York Breviary of 1493, Andrew Hughes ; in collaboration with Matthew Cheung Salisbury and Heather Robbins, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]-176) and index
Contents
  • Manuscript sigla
  • Catalogue references to the 1493 Breviary
  • Illustrations
  • Glossary
  • 3.
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies
  • Catalogues of printed sources: their problems
  • The 1493 Breviary
  • Catalogues of the manuscripts
  • The social context
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The stationers
  • John Ga[s]chet
  • 4.
  • Describing the Breviary and Its Cataloguers
  • The Witnesses
  • The Bodleian copy
  • The Bate copy
  • The fragments
  • The British Library fragments
  • The Cambridge University Library fragments
  • 1.
  • The Ushaw College fragments
  • The Bodleian Library fragments
  • Lawley's Edition
  • The Contents of the Witnesses
  • The History of the Witnesses
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 2.
  • Lists, Principal Abbreviations, and References
  • Paragraph numbers and the Index
  • Abbreviations and references
  • The books
  • The structure
  • Signatures
  • Signature 35
  • The folio numbers
  • Folio numbers: original and reproductions
  • The missing folio numbers and the beginning of the Sanctorale
  • The (re)numbering of the Sanctorale
  • The headings
  • Galleys
  • Material Characteristics of the Witnesses
  • The typeface
  • Initials
  • 5.
  • The Liturgical Context
  • New feasts
  • From manuscript to print
  • The Becket office
  • The sungtexts
  • The lessons
  • The compositor's task
  • The imprint
  • Stop-press revisions
  • 6.
  • The Manuscripts and Prints
  • Manuscripts
  • The principal feasts of York and the place of use
  • The continued use of the manuscripts and the new feasts
  • The dating
  • Liturgical changes
  • The Wollaton Antiphonal
  • The Becket office
  • The Catalogue headings
  • The Skelton manuscript
  • Conclusions (manuscripts)
  • Printed Books
  • Conclusions (printed books)
  • The title-page
  • The opening page and end material
  • The colophon
  • The size, format, and binding
  • The fragments
  • Openings: duplicated or omitted images
  • Openings: missing leaves
  • Pages: discontinuous images
  • The Facsimiles
  • 8.
  • Recommendations and Conclusions
  • Recommendations
  • A catalogue entry
  • General, primary descriptions
  • Secondary literature
  • 7.
  • The research process
  • Desiderata
  • Conclusions
  • 9.
  • App. 1 Inventories
  • The comparative inventory
  • Format and terminology
  • Liturgy
  • Types of errors
  • The structural inventory
  • Modern Technology
  • 10.
  • App. 2 The Sources of the York Office
  • Manuscripts of York Use
  • Other Manuscripts
  • Printed Books
  • 11.
  • App. 3 Resources for Early Printed Books
  • Photographic Reproductions
  • Photography
  • Microfilm
  • Microfiche
  • Digital images
  • Duplicated or omitted frames or pages
  • Manuscript sigla
  • Catalogue references to the 1493 Breviary
  • Illustrations
  • Glossary
  • 3.
  • Cataloguing Discrepancies
  • Catalogues of printed sources: their problems
  • The 1493 Breviary
  • Catalogues of the manuscripts
  • The social context
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • The stationers
  • John Ga[s]chet
  • 4.
  • Describing the Breviary and Its Cataloguers
  • The Witnesses
  • The Bodleian copy
  • The Bate copy
  • The fragments
  • The British Library fragments
  • The Cambridge University Library fragments
  • 1.
  • The Ushaw College fragments
  • The Bodleian Library fragments
  • Lawley's Edition
  • The Contents of the Witnesses
  • The History of the Witnesses
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 2.
  • Lists, Principal Abbreviations, and References
  • Paragraph numbers and the Index
  • Abbreviations and references
  • The books
  • The structure
  • Signatures
  • Signature 35
  • The folio numbers
  • Folio numbers: original and reproductions
  • The missing folio numbers and the beginning of the Sanctorale
  • The (re)numbering of the Sanctorale
  • The headings
  • Galleys
  • Material Characteristics of the Witnesses
  • The typeface
  • Initials
  • 5.
  • The Liturgical Context
  • New feasts
  • From manuscript to print
  • The Becket office
  • The sungtexts
  • The lessons
  • The compositor's task
  • The imprint
  • Stop-press revisions
  • 6.
  • The Manuscripts and Prints
  • Manuscripts
  • The principal feasts of York and the place of use
  • The continued use of the manuscripts and the new feasts
  • The dating
  • Liturgical changes
  • The Wollaton Antiphonal
  • The Becket office
  • The Catalogue headings
  • The Skelton manuscript
  • Conclusions (manuscripts)
  • Printed Books
  • Conclusions (printed books)
  • The title-page
  • The opening page and end material
  • The colophon
  • The size, format, and binding
  • The fragments
  • Openings: duplicated or omitted images
  • Openings: missing leaves
  • Pages: discontinuous images
  • The Facsimiles
  • 8.
  • Recommendations and Conclusions
  • Recommendations
  • A catalogue entry
  • General, primary descriptions
  • Secondary literature
  • 7.
  • The research process
  • Desiderata
  • Conclusions
  • 9.
  • App. 1 Inventories
  • The comparative inventory
  • Format and terminology
  • Liturgy
  • Types of errors
  • The structural inventory
  • Modern Technology
  • 10.
  • App. 2 The Sources of the York Office
  • Manuscripts of York Use
  • Other Manuscripts
  • Printed Books
  • 11.
  • App. 3 Resources for Early Printed Books
  • Photographic Reproductions
  • Photography
  • Microfilm
  • Microfiche
  • Digital images
  • Duplicated or omitted frames or pages
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000645134
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781442641976
Isbn Type
(cloth : acid-free paper)
Lccn
2012464825
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000645134

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