Medieval Manuscript Production in the Latin West: Explorations with a Global Database
Drawing on statistical techniques and samples this book offers an estimate of medieval production rates of manuscripts in the Latin West. Such information is a helpful production indicator for a period of which we have so little other quantitative data.
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER TWO METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
CHAPTER THREE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF MANUSCRIPTS
CHAPTER FOUR LOSSES OF MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTS
CHAPTER FIVE PRODUCTION OF MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTSIN THE LATIN WEST
CHAPTER SIX HISTORICAL SUPPORT FOR THEPRODUCTION ESTIMATES IN THE LATIN WEST
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