Henry Bradshaw (1831-86) was a scholar and librarian renowned for numerous discoveries made whilst investigating the manuscripts and early printed books of the Cambridge University Library. Much of this material was uncatalogued at the time, ...
nevertheless Bradshaw was able to bring to light, among other things, the earliest known Waldensian records. First published in 1889, this volume draws together a large number of his papers and divides them into two sections: the first contains written memoranda; the second contains transcribed speeches originally read out before the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Additionally, there are thirteen illustrations from various books and manuscripts. This is a fascinating text that will be of value to anyone with an interest in early documents or medieval history.
Number of pages: 510
Date of publication: 03/02/2011
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