6 edition of Sir Robert Cotton, 1586-1631 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Kevin Sharpe.|
|Series||Oxford historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||DA391.1.C67 S48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 293 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||79040265|
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In English politician Sir Robert Bruce Cotton began collecting original manuscripts, an activity Sir Robert Cotton he continued until his death in One of the Sir Robert Cotton of the British Museum sinceand hence Sir Robert Cotton the British Library, Cotton's library of manuscripts has been called the most important Sir Robert Cotton of manuscripts ever assembled in Britain by a private individual.
His thesis became his first book, Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England (), a timely re-evaluation of the life, Sir Robert Cotton and political significance of the 1586-1631 book Andrew Hadfield. A particularly good overview of Robert Cotton and the historical impact of his library is Sir Robert Cotton, History and 1586-1631 book in Early Modern England, by Keven Sharpe (Ox ford U.
Press). The following is an extended extract that I hope well serves Sharpe's material. The early records of Sir Robert Cotton's Library: formation, cataloguing, use by Colin G.
C Tite (); Sir Robert Cotton, history and politics in early modern England by Kevin Sharpe (Book); A fly in amber, being an extravagant biography of the romantic antiquary Sir.
Sharpe, K. Sir Robert Cotton – history and politics in early modern England, Oxford. Smith, L. Toulmin ed. The itinerary 1586-1631 book John Leland in or about the. products of Renaissance methods of Sir Robert Cotton, this book too became the armature for further compilation in its own right.
Parker’s son John, his chief secretary John Joscelyn, and others turned a copy of this book, now preserved as Lambeth Palace Li-brary MSinto a stunningly rich and complex record of the Sir Robert Cotton they had done. ; Kevin Sharpe, Sir Robert Cotton History and Politics in Early Modern England, Oxford, ; Graham Parry, Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century, Oxford, 3 D.
Woolf, The Idea of History in Early Stuart England: Erudition, Ideology and. It would be a very difficult book to write, for its author would have to be steeped in the social history of the time and to 1586-1631 book familiar with the personal life, the friendships and all the correlated activities of scholars all over the western world in Camden's day.
68 Sharpe, Kevin, Sir Robert Cotton – History and Politics in Cited by: 7. Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, 1st Baronet (22 January /1 – 6 May ) was an English antiquarian, member of parliament and founder of the Cotton library. Of Huntingdonshire parents, Cotton was educated at Westminster Sir Robert Cotton, and at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he graduated BA in He began to amass a library in which the documents rivalled, then surpassed, the royal manuscript.
Sharpe, Kevin. Sir Robert Cotton, – History and Politics in Early Modern En gland. Oxford: Oxford UP, Print. The Prehistory of the book [ P M L A t h e o r ie s an d m e t h o Author: Jessica Brantley.
Sir Robert Cotton’s library is amongst the most famous collections of manuscripts in the world. 2 It contains many treasures including the Lindisfarne Gospels, the Cotton Genesis, and 1 Based on a dissertation submitted to the School of Library, Archive and Information Studies at University College London in September Sir Robert Cotton History and Politics in Early Modern England by Kevin Sharpe Sir Robert August Canadian Journal of History Daniel Woolf.
Select Publications (does not include journal articles or books chapters) Monographs. Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England (Oxford, ). Criticism and Compliment: The Politics of Literature in the England of Charles I (Cambridge, ).
The Personal Rule of Charles I (New Haven, ). Reading Revolutions: The Politics of Reading in Early Modern England. Book Reviews: Art as History. A Palace for a King: The Buen Retiro and the Court of Philip IV. Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England.
Kevin Sharpe. Mark A. Kishlansky. 53(4), pp. – Robert R. Harding. 53(4). “‘The Famous Antiquarie of Europe’: Sir Robert Cotton and the Historical Scholarship of Western Europe.” In Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England, pp. Camden: A Life of Context (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, ): –3⒊ On Cotton’s inﬂ uence on the projects of the Society, see Kevin Sharpe, Sir Robert Cotton, – History and Politics in Early Modern England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ): 17–3⒎.
Kevin Sharpe, Sir Robert Cotton – History and Politics in Early Modern England (New York: Oxford University Press, ), Google Scholar C.J. Wright, ed., Sir Robert Cotton as Collector: Essays on an Early Stuart Courtier and His Legacy (London: The British Library, ).Author: Mary C.
Fuller. a painting of Sir Robert Cotton () that had been commissioned by Sir Simonds D’Ewes (fig. Now attributed to Cornelius Jansen, the portrait, datedshows Sir Robert with his hand resting on the famed Cotton Genesis (Cotton Otho B.
VI) – one of the manuscripts that Wanley had viewed on his first visit to the Cotton Library. (2) On Cotton's Library, cf. Kevin Sharpe, Sir Robert Cotton History and Politics in Early Modern England (Oxford, ) esp. ; Colin G. Tite, The Manuscript Library of Sir Robert Cotton, The Panizzi Lectures (London, ).Cited by: " 4 Two examples: Kevin Sharpe, Sir Robert Cotton, – History and Politics in Early Modern England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ); N.
Ker, ‘Thomas James's Collations of Gregory, Cyprian and Ambrose’, Bodleian Library Record, 4 (), 16–Author: Ralph Hanna. Gabriel Harvey: His Life, Marginalia and Library by Virginia F. Stern; Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England by Kevin Sharpe (pp.
) Review by: Brian P. Levack. Thomson, R. M., ‘Books and Learning at Gloucester Abbey in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries’, in J. Carley and C. Tite (ed.), Books and Collectors Essays presented to Andrew Watson, The British Library Studies in the History of the Book (London, ), pp.
3– A particularly good overview of Robert Cotton and the historical impact of his library is Sir Robert Cotton, History and Politics in Early Modern England, by Keven Sharpe (Oxford U. Press). The following is an extended extract that I hope well serves Sharpe’s material.
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Abstract. As an apprentice Elizabethan historian I was given discouraging advice by someone whose identity I have long since forgotten: ‘It’s all in Camden, and what’s not in Camden won’t hurt.’William Camden, a Londoner born ineducated at Christ’s Hospital and St Paul’s schools and subsequently at Oxford, died at Chislehurst in and buried in Westminster Abbey, was a Cited by: 2.
The act brought Sloane's collections together with that of Sir Robert Bruce Cotton () a founder of the Society of Antiquaries and with the great Harleian manuscript collection of Robert and Edward Harley, earls of Oxford, ( and ) which were bought with. Fortunately, one book has a diagram of Cotton's Library: Sir Robert Cotton,by Kevin Sharpe.
View at Google Books (no preview) or Amazon (no reviews). On pagesthere is a description of the library and a simple line drawing (a. Kevin M. Sharpe (26 January – 5 November ) was a historian, Director of the Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, Leverhulme Research Professor and Professor of Renaissance Studies at Queen Mary, University of is best known for his work on the reign of Charles I.
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