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Bibliotheca Rylandiana
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Bibliotheca Rylandiana[1][2] (Anglice John Rylands Library) condita est Mancunii in vico Deansgate anno 1899 ab Enriqueta Augustina Rylands vidua ut Ioannem Rylands maritum commemoraret. Usque ad annum 1972 fuit bibliotheca publica civibus Mancuniensibus destinata; eo autem anno cum Bibliotheca Universitatis Mancuniensis contributa est. Collectiones locupletissimas comprehendit librorum manuscriptorum et antiquorum.

P. Virgilii Maronis opera; editio aldina anno 1501 typis Italicis impressi. Ornamentum pictum postea manu additum est.

Bibliothecarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Postea vide Bibliotheca Universitatis Mancuniensis

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "in bibliotheca urbis Manchestri Rylandiana": Otto Schroeder, Novae comoediae fragmenta in papyris reperta exceptis Menandreis. Kleine Texte für Vorlesungen und Übungen, 135 (Bonnae: A. Marcus und E. Weber's Verlag, 1915), p. 58, in commentario de manuscripto Pap. Ryland. 16.
  2. "Bibliothecae Mancuniensis Rylandianae": Colinus Austin, ed., Comicorum Graecorum Fragmenta in Papyris Reperta (Berolini et Novi Eboraci: apud Walter de Gruyter et Socios, 1973), xi.
  3. Young, A. & Ratcliffe, F. W. (2000) "Dr. Frank Taylor, 1910-2000", Bulletin of the John Rylands University of Manchester; vol. 82, num. 2 & 3, pp. 81-84

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Gabel, Gernot (2000) John Rylands Library 1900 - 2000 in: Bibliotheksdienst; Heft 3, 2000
  • Duff, E. G., ed. (1899) Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts in the John Rylands Library, Manchester. Mancunii: J. E. Cornish, 1899. 3 voll.
  • Guppy, Henry (1929) "How Commerce has Assisted Culture Through the John Rylands Library", in: The Soul of Manchester (Mancunii: University Press) pp. 113-123
  • Tyson, Moses (1930) Hand-List of the Collections of French and Italian Manuscripts in the John Rylands Library. Mancunii: Manchester University Press
  • Guppy, Henry (1935) The John Rylands Library (1899-1935): a brief record of its history with descriptions of the building and its contents. Mancunii: University Press
  • Tyson, Moses (1941) "The First Forty Years of the John Rylands Library" in: Bulletin of the John Rylands Library; vol. XXV, pp. 46-66
  • Farnie, D. A. (1989) "Enriqueta Augustina Rylands (1843-1908), Founder of the John Rylands Library" in: Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester LXXI,2 pp. 3-38
  • Taylor, Frank (1989) "The John Rylands Library, 1936-72" in: Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester LXXI,2 pp. 39-66
  • McNiven, Peter (2000) "The John Rylands Library, 1972-2000" in: Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester LXXXII,2-3 pp. 3-79
  • McNiven, Peter (2000) "A Scholars' Paradise: a Centenary Exhibition of Notable Books and Manuscripts" in: Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester LXXXII,2-3 pp. 85-254
  • Parkinson-Bailey, John J. (2000) Manchester: an architectural history. Mancunii: Manchester University Press. ISBN 0719056063
  • Guppy, Henry (1926) Catalogue of an exhibition of the earliest editions of the Greek and Latin classics. Mancunii: University Press
  • Guppy, Henry (1906) A brief historical description of the library and its contents, with catalogue of the selection of early printed Greek and Latin classics exhibited in October, MCMVI. Mancunii: John Rylands Library
  • Dibdin, Thomas Frognall (1822). Bibliotheca Spenceriana. Londini: printed by W. Nicol, successor to W. Bulmer and co., Shakespeare Press  (descriptio bibliotheca Georgii Ioannis Spencer, comitis Spencer)
  • Dibdin, Thomas Frognall (1822) Aedes Althorpianae, or, An account of the mansion, books, and pictures of Althorp: the residence of George John Earl Spencer to which is added a supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenceriana. Londini: W. Nicol
  • Barker, Nicolas (1978) Bibliotheca Lindesiana: the Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres. Londini: for presentation to the Roxburghe Club, and published by Bernard Quaritch (historia bibliothecae Alexandri et Iacobi Ludovici Lindsay, comitum de Crawford et Balcarres)