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Information Management For Researchers - Good Practice Guides (Oxford)

James Wilson
Research information management guides Authors: Sudamih Project, Oxford University Computing Services
Created: 1 January 2011, by Sudamih Project, Oxford University Computing Services The Research Information Management Guides are a series of articles covering a range of topics relating to the management of material used in the course of a research project. They include tips for good practice, and details of useful software tools. Areas covered include: organising research material; bibliographic software; note taking; working...

The Benefits Of Sharing Creative Arts Research Data - Short Video

Stephen Gray, Sarah Jones & Laura Molloy
The benefits of sharing research data Authors: Stephen Gray
Created: 1 February 2011, by Stephen Gray In this short (50-second) video, Stephen Gray of Project CAiRO (Curating Artistic Research Output) discusses the benefits of sharing data with particular reference to practitioners and researchers within the live and performing arts. More about the CAiRO project at http://www.projectcairo.org/. Created by JISC Incremental project at University of Cambridge and University of Glasgow. Published: 4 July 2013, by...

Forestinventorydata: First Release

Marco Aurelio González Tagle
The first release of this version of script for analysing forest inventory data using R

Therapeutic Management, Delivery, and Postpartum Risk Assessment and Screening in Gestational Diabetes

MD Wanda K. Nicholson

Treatment of Primary and Secondary Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Treatments for Fibromyalgia in Adult Subgroups

Ph.D. Mary L. Forte

Treatments for Ankyloglossia and Ankyloglossia with Concomitant Lip-tie

Annette Williams

Managing Creative Arts Research Data post graduate module (Bristol/DCC)

Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones & Stephen Gray
Managing Creative Arts Research Data post graduate module Authors: Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones, Stephen Gray
Created: 1 February 2011, by Paul Clarke, Sarah Jones, Stephen Gray This post-graduate teaching module for creative arts disciplines is focused on making digital output which is highly usable and has maximum impact. The content is well suited for inclusion within MA programmes dealing with ephemeral art forms such as dance, music, visual art, theatre or media design. Content...

Data Management for Geoinformatics (UEL)

John Murtagh
Data management for geoinformatics Authors: John Murtagh
Created: 1 May 2013, by John Murtagh A short course in aspects of data management for geoinformatics, aimed at postgraduate students dealing with data that has a geospatial element. The four modules (data collection, integration, management and sharing) are suitable as classroom presentations or for individual learning. Published: 1 April 2014, by University of East London Keywords: RDM, research data management, geography, geoinformatics Licence: Attribution 4.0 International

Neuchâtel, Bibliothèque publique et universitaire de Neuchâtel, AF A1 : Piae conciones in Evangelii lectiones

This manuscript lacks a beginning, has much-trimmed margins, and was written by a variety of hands, is datable to the second half through the end of the 9th century. It contains readings from the Gospel texts for the feasts from Christmas through Pentacost as well as those of a few saints. The first words of the Gospel texts were augmented later (12th century) in the outer margin. The text for the feast celebrating the birth...

Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Ms. fr. 70/1 : Jean de Courcy, La Bouquechardière

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Between 1416 and 1422, Jean de Courcy wrote a chronicle titled La Bouquechardière, named after his fief. The chronicle, which consists of 6 books, is a compilation of mythological, biblical and legendary stories. The first volume contains the first three books, i.e., the history of Greece, of Troy and of the Trojans who escaped the destruction of their town. The Genevan manuscript comes from the Lyon workshop known as “de Guillaume Lambert.” The manuscript contains...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 77 : Guido Aretinus, Micrologus; Prologus in Antiphonarium; De ignoto cantu; Regulae rhythmicae

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This 12th century manuscript from central Italy contains works of music theory by three Latin authors. Among these is Guido Aretinus, a Tuscan monk of the 10th century who is regarded as the inventor of solmisation. Some passages of text in the codex are based on the Institutio musica by Boethius.

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 28 : Latin Bible

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Copied in the 13th century, probably in the north of France, this Latin Bible unifies in one volume the books of the Old- and New Testaments, most of them preceded by prologues. It transmits the standard Vulgate text, called the Paris version, with the chapter divisions attributed to Stephen Langton, and its last thirty pages provide a glossary of Hebrew names. Historiated initials open the various biblical books and give the volume its structure. A...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 550 : “The story of Seyf ol-Molûk and Badî`ol-Jamâl\"

This manuscript, written in Persian, contains the story of Prince Seyf ol-Molûk and Princess Badî`ol-Jamâl. The manuscript was probably written in India and illustrated with 32 miniatures. At the end of the text (f. 56v), the scribe dated the manuscript in the year 1033 (in the Islamic calendar). The story can also be found in One Thousand and One Nights (758th to 778th night, edition Calcutta II 1839-1842).

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 146 : Manuscript with rhetorical works, owned by Petrarch

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10th century manuscript of Italian origin, which contains numerous works of rhetoric: the Ars rhetorica by Fortunatianus, the Principia rhetorices by Augustine, the Praecepta artis rhetoricae by Julius Severianus and the Partitiones oratoriae by Cicero. In the 14th century, it became the property of Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca), who, at various times of his life, added numerous marginal notes. The manuscript demonstrates the humanist’s interest in the Oratores latini minores (minor Latin orators), which contributed to...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 151 : Seifrit, Alexander

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Manuscript CB 151, completed in November 1402 by the copyist Johannes Man de Creussen (cf. fol. 187), is one of the oldest texts of the "Alexander Romance" by Seifrits. On the last page a remedy for the plague is added in Latin in a later hand.

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 83 : Heinrich of Veldeke, Eneide

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This 14th century codex is one of seven surviving manuscripts that preserve in its entirety the Eneasroman (Romance of Aeneas) by Heinrich von Veldeke, one of the most important pioneers of Middle High German poetry. This work by Veldeke is the first courtly romance written in Middle High German and is an adaptation of the Old French Roman d'Eneas, originally written in about 1160.

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 34 : The Four Gospels in Armenian

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This Armenian manuscript was written in 1606 at the church of Saint Nikoghayos in Istanbul. It contains the Four Gospels, the Apocalypse of Saint John, and a Gospelindex devised for liturgical use written by another scribe in the same century. The silver binding was probably made a century after the manuscript writing. Special attention should be drawn to the illuminations of the canon tables painted according to the text of the “Commentary of the Canon...

Solothurn, Staatsarchiv, R 1.1.41 : Biblia latina (Vulgata recensione Theodulfi). Fragmenta.

Fewer than ten textual witnesses of Theodulf of Orléans’ († 821) version of the Vulgata have survived. Numerous fragments of such a 9th century Theodulf Bible from the collegiate church of St. Ursus in Solothurn, where it was cut up and used as binding material, have been preserved in the state archives of Solothurn and the central library of Solothurn. Virtual reunification of the fragments: [sine loco], codices restituti, Cod. 3 (Biblia Theodulfi Fragmenta).

Solothurn, Staatsarchiv, R 1.5.40 : Biblia latina (Vulgata recensione Theodulfi). Fragmenta.

Fewer than ten textual witnesses of Theodulf of Orléans’ († 821) version of the Vulgata have survived. Numerous fragments of such a 9th century Theodulf Bible from the collegiate church of St. Ursus in Solothurn, where it was cut up and used as binding material, have been preserved in the state archives of Solothurn and the central library of Solothurn. Virtual reunification of the fragments: [sine loco], codices restituti, Cod. 3 (Biblia Theodulfi Fragmenta).

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, A I 27 : Acta concilii Constantiensis et Basiliensis

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This volume contains, among others, writings on the councils; the last treatise is called noviter compilatus. Several hands from the second quarter of the 15th century contributed to the writing. The last page is decorated with a Titulus crucifixi in three languages, written in majuscules in the Byzantine tradition, which spread, often in bizarre forms, from Italy during the time of the councils. Holes in the front cover and traces of rust on the detached...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B235 : Tefillot Yom Kippur Katan (\"Prayers for the Minor Day of Atonement\"), with Yiddish translation

The fast day Yom Kippur Katan has its origin in the holiday of Rosh Hodesh, which in biblical times marked the first day in the lunar calendar on which the crescent moon was visible after a new moon. This day, when work originally was not allowed, later, through the compilation of the Talmud, developed into a minor festival. The mystics of Safed in Upper Galilee turned Rosh Hodesh into a fast day and developed a...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B242 : Juspa (Jousep), Sefer Likkutei Yosef (\"Joseph’s Compilation\")

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Joseph (Juspa), shammes of Worms (1604-1678), recorded the everyday life, the rites and the customs of the Jewish community in Worms, one of the oldest and most important in all of Europe. This autograph manuscript contains commentaries on the prayer book, on the Birkat Hamason ("Grace after Meals"), on the Haggadah and on the Pirkei Avot ("Sayings of the Fathers") as well as prayer-related customs and autobiographical remarks. The comments on Minhagim ("customs") were incorporated...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B285 : Passover Haggadah with commentaries (Hijman Binger Haggadah)

The Hijman Binger Haggadah is a typical example of Hebrew manuscript decoration in Central and Northern Europe at the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th centuries. Picture cycles accompany the written content. The illustrations show similarities to later Haggadot by Joseph ben David of Leipnik, such as the Haggadah from 1739 (Braginsky Collection ‬B317) and suggest that a Haggadah by this artist served as Hijman Binger’s model. Another rare feature of...

Zürich, Braginsky Collection, B284 : Haggadah with Yiddish instructions and translations of concluding songs (Herlingen Haggadah)

This manuscript is a masterpiece of Jewish book art by Aaron Wolf Herlingen, an artist born around 1700 in Gewitsch, Moravia, who worked in Pressburg (now Bratislava), Vienna, and perhaps elsewhere. About 40 manuscripts signed by him are extant today. This manuscript is ornamented with 60 painted illustrations and three word panels with decorated initials. The title page depicts Moses and Aaron on either side of the title. The area below the title shows the...

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