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Horæ ferales

John Mitchell Kemble

Horæ ferales

or, Studies in the archæology of the northern nations.

by John Mitchell Kemble

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Published by Lovell, Reeve and co. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe,
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Europe -- Antiquities.,
    • Germany -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy the late John M. Kemble; Ed. by R. G. Latham and A. W. Franks.
      ContributionsLatham, R. G. 1812-1888, ed., Franks, Augustus Wollaston, Sir, 1826-1897, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN803 .K5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 251 p.
      Number of Pages251
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6526224M
      LC Control Number10034177
      OCLC/WorldCa2682193


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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Cited by: 8. Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks KCB FRS FSA (20 March – 21 May ) was an English antiquary and museum administrator.

Franks was described by Marjorie Caygill, historian of the British Museum, as "arguably the most important collector in the history of the British Museum, and one of the greatest collectors of his age".Alma mater: Trinity College, Cambridge;, Eton College.

Horæ Ferales () by John Mitchell Kemble, coedited with Robert Gordon Latham; Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland by Edward Hawkins () Works about Franks "Franks, Augustus Wollaston," in Dictionary of National Biography Supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., () in 3 vols.

Works [] "Introductory Address" to the Archaeological Journal volume 6. () The Saxons in England (, 2 vols.) and reprinted in ; Horæ Ferales () edited by Augustus Wollaston Franks and Robert Gordon Latham; Codex Diplom.

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71– 2 For example, in Kemble’s edition of Anglo-Saxon Dialogues of Salomon and Saturn (title of the completed volume, part III, Ælfric Soci appended at.

On the disappearance of Old English 4 Horæ ferales: or studies in the archaeology of the northern nations, ed. by writing book that belonged to the Howard family By it was in Madrid, where it was bought for the Swedish royal collections. This. page note a See Kemble and Franks, Horæ.

Ferales,plate xx. and Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London, 2nd S. page note b The extended mode of burial was that practised in Gaul, -where the body appears to have Horæ ferales book always laid at full length in Cited by: 9.

Anglo-Saxon literature is the oldest of the vernacular literatures of modern Europe; and it is a consequence of this that its relations with Latin literature have been the closest.

All the vernacular literatures have been influenced by the Latin, but of Anglo-Saxon literature alone can it be said that it has been subjected to no other influence.

Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks KCB (20 March – 21 May ) was an English antiquary and museum administrator.

Franks was described by Marjorie Caygill, historian of the British Museum, as "arguably the most important collector in the history of the British Museum, and one of the greatest collectors of his age". Horæ ferales: or, Studies in the archæology of the northern nations.

Inscriptions in the Himyaritic character discovered chifly in southern Arabia, and now in the British museum. Instructions given to Edward Grimston and others, by King Henry the Sixth ; and notice of a portrait of Edward Grimston, painted by Peter Christus in I may also refer to the late Sir W.

Wilde, in his “Catalogue of the Copper and Bronze Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy,” published in the same year; to Mr. Franks, in the “Horæ Ferales;” to Sir John Lubbock, in his “Prehistoric Times;” and to General A.

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page note d Franks, Horæ Ferales, p.pl. xxix. fig. One of the same type, from Barrington Down, Sussex, measured 21 inches in height and 13 in diameter. One of the same type, from Barrington Down, Sussex, measured 21 inches in height and 13 in by:   If you’re in any way involved in archaeology you’ve probably already been bombarded by advertising and publicity surrounding The British Museum’s latest blockbuster exhibition Celts: art and identity.I studied Celtic Art (Capital C, Capital A) many years ago as part of my undergraduate degree at UCG (now NUIG).While I loved the art and the artistry, I never really developed my interests.

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Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks KCB (Ginevra, 20 marzo – Londra, 21 maggio ) è stato un antiquario e amministratore di museo britannico. Franks fu descritto da Marjorie Caygill, storico del British Museum, come "probabilmente il collezionista più importante nella storia del British Museum, e uno dei più grandi collezionisti del suo tempo".

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Franks bequest: catalogue of British and American book plates bequathed to the trustees of the British Museum by Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks. by E.R.J. Gambier Howe. Printed by order of the Trustees Horæ ferales, or, Studies in the archæology of the northern nations.

The book referred to would hardly be the "Diadem of Monks," a selection of pieces from the Fathers with Scripture texts, worked up as it were into a Whole Duty of Man, although Ælfric would be likely to know this book; but for the composition of his Homilies it is more likely that Ælfric would have drawn from another book by Smaragdus, namely.

A hand-book of the English language: for the use of students of the universities and higher classes of schools. by R.G. Latham. Appleton Horæ ferales, or, Studies in the archæology of the northern nations.

by John M. Kemble ; edited by R.G. Latham and A.W. Franks. Anglo-Saxon literature is the oldest of the vernacular literatures of modern Europe; and it is a consequence of this that its relations with Latin literature have been the closest.

All the vernacular literatures have been influenced by the Latin, but of Anglo-Saxon literature alone can it be said that it has been subjected to no other influence.5/5(1). [3] John Mitchell Kemble Horæ ferales; or, Studies in the archæology of the northern nations, ed.

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