2 edition of italic hand in Tudor Cambridge found in the catalog.
italic hand in Tudor Cambridge
|Statement||forty-one examples introduced and described by Alfred Fairbank and Bruce Dickins.|
|Series||Monographs -- no.5.|
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The Italic Hand in Tudor Cambridge Paperback – January 1, by Bruce Fairbank, Alfred; Dickins (Author)Author: Bruce Fairbank, Alfred; Dickins. He was involved in the foundation of the Society for Italic Handwriting in ; his work and textbook A Handwriting Manual were influential on the italic script handwriting taught in British schools.
His portrait was painted by Anna Hornby. For Penguin Books he wrote A Book of Scripts, on writing systems used throughout the ity control: BNF: cbr (data), GND:.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fairbank, Alfred J. Italic hand in Tudor Cambridge. London, Bowes and Bowes, (OCoLC) Document Type. A typical scribal secretary hand, like this late Elizabethan example from a manuscript in the library of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, is cursive, regular, and very legible.
Other kinds of scribal hands appear in different contexts, and their styles overlap. But perhaps Fairbank relished above all the sentence with which Bridges opened his discourse: 'Handwriting is a craftsmanship'. Tract XXIII was continued in Tract XXVIII, which both showed a fine example of Fairbank's hand (he was described as Calligrapher and Departmental Clerk at the Admiralty) and printed in line-block reproduction his earliest published reflections on handwriting.
The Italic Hand in Tudor Cambridge: Forty-One Examples £ No. 6 (): OTTO TREPTOW; translated by TREVOR JONES; abridged and edited by JOHN MORRIS and TREVOR JONES.
about the conventional More, the helping hand supposedly extended in this book brings only the recognition that this is not the way to do it. Cambridge G.R.
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His Italic hand would almost certainly have been acquired at Cambridge and his mentor may well have been Sir John Cheke, who is credited by Strype, in his life of Cheke, with introducing Italic writing into Cambridge University.
Cheke also taught Greek and encouraged the study of mathematics, subjects which vitally interested Dee. 12 See Warnicke, pls. 1–3, for reproductions of Lambarde's distinctive running italic hand. Harvard Law School LMS was acquired in from the dealer F. Marcham, together with LMSS – (for which, see n.
28 below). These items were among those listed as lot in the Hodgson sale on Jdescribed as “A Collection of MSS Documents and Printed Books Cited by: 7.
On court hands, see also Hilary Jenkinson, Palaeography and the practical study of court hand (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ); and The Later court hands in England from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
The italic handwriting movement owed much to Alfred Fairbank, whose published works with Berthold Wolpe (Renaissance Handwriting, ) and Bruce Dickens (Italic Hand in Tudor Cambridge, ) are well known. Secretary hand is a style of European handwriting developed in the early sixteenth century that remained common in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries for writing English, German, Welsh and Gaelic.
Predominating before the dominance of Italic script, it arose out of the need for a hand more legible and universally recognizable than the book.
Reign of Edward VI (Cambridge, ), pp. 80–1. Preaching was suspended for a time in Sept. It was reinstituted for bishops in Aug. a few months after the first Book of Common Prayer had been published, but perhaps not more widely until Oct. (Tudor Royal Proclamations, ed.
Hughes and J. Larkin (3 vols.,Cited by: 1. g The Italic Hand in Tudor Cambridge 21s. Wrappers ja iii. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE President: Sir Geoffrey Keynes for example, which deal with manuscripts or printed books in Cambridge libraries, books printed at Cambridge or by Cambridge authors.
Intending contributors are asked to communicate first with the. III. The Anglica Historia - Volume page xiv note 4 More must be said on this point. In a London bookseller offered for sale what was described as ‘the presentation copy to Henry VIII’ of the editio princeps.
This attribution was presumably due to the following couplet, inscribed by a sixteenth-century italic hand on the title page: are subscribed with a. The Italic Hand in Tudor Cambridge £ NO. 6 OTTO TREPTOW, TREVOR JONES AND JOHN MORRIS John Siberch: Johannes Lair von Siegburg £ NO.
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