A 1483 English version of The Golden Legend by William Caxton became one of the first books printed in English (and is now available, of course, in an abbreviated version on the Internet, in quaint but copyright-free English). The present English translation of the tale of Saint Nicholas was done by me as a Christmas holiday project in 2004.
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Marinus Fredrik Andries Gerardus Campbell (1819-1890), Dutch bibliographer, (Basil Montagu Pickering (1835-1878) William Blades (1824-1890); William Caxton).
William Caxton said that he was born in the Weald of Kent, but his exact birthplace is unknown. In 1438 he became an apprentice to a prominent London mercer, Robert Large. Shortly after Large's death in 1441, Caxton moved to Bruges, where he worked as a merchant for 30 years. His success won him an important place in the Merchant Adventurers Company. He became governor of the English Nation, a.
Golden Legend by Jacobus Voragine (1275), extended version translated by William Caxton, 1831 Kirsten Lodge, The Legend of St. Catherine: Its Meaning and Literary North and South (Gaskell novel) (7,483 words) (view diff) exact match in snippet view article.
The Golden Legend of Master William Caxton done anew. Kelmscott Press, 1892.
William Caxton, the merchant, diplomat, writer and printer, was the first English person to work as a printer and the first to introduce a printing press into England. Born about 1422 in Kent, he began his career at age 14 for Robert Large, one of the most wealthy and important merchants in London, and a leading member of the Mercers Company, an organization of merchants who dealt in textile.
The Golden Legend — William Caxton's Middle English version (not quite complete). Wikisource text with missing page from St. Paul supplied. The Golden Legend — Caxton's version, formatted for easy reading (HTML and PDF). Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913).
Book Description. In 1484, William Caxton, the first publisher of English-language books, issued The Golden Legend, a translation of the most well-known collection of saints’ lives in Europe.This study analyzes the molding of the Legenda aurea into a book that powerfully attracted the English market. Modifications included not only illustrations and changes in the arrangement of chapters.
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The Golden Legend — William Caxton's Middle English version (not quite complete). Wikisource text with missing page from St. Paul supplied. The Golden Legend — Caxton's version, formatted for easy reading (HTML and PDF). from the Huntington LibraryLegenda Aurea from the HM 3027 manuscript of The Golden LegendIllustrations of.
The Golden Legend or Lives of the Saints as Englished by William Caxton The Temple Classics edited by F.S. Ellis In seven small volumes with deckled edging to all sides. Held securely within embossed covers of blue leather and gilt. Spines are generally strong, with minor bumping, but slightly loose in vols 2 and 5. Bright gilt pattering and.
William Caxton The Golden Legend Westminster: c.1483-1484 Sp Coll Hunterian Bg.1.1. For the first book of 2007 we feature a fifteenth century copy of The Golden Legend, a medieval compendium of the lives of the saints. It is a massive folio volume, produced and translated by William Caxton, England's first printer. It is one of ten Caxton books from the library of William Hunter (1718-83) now.
The Golden Legend of Master William Caxton done anew. Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1892. 3 vols. Edited by Frederick S. Ellis, two illus. by Edward Burne-Jones. Blue paper-covered boards, linen spines with printed paper labels. Spines rather worn at the extremities and splitting along some hinges, one-inch tide line along the bottom edge of several boards (not affecting pages). Internally.
Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program Lecture - A Church in Folios: The Golden Legend and William Caxton’s Liturgical Press. This event occurred in the past. Date and Time. Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Location. Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall, 200, Humanities Center. 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110. Cost. 0. Details. The history of early English printing.Forthcoming Publications for 2020 Original Series. OS 355 William Caxton, The Golden Legend.Vol. I, ed. Mayumi Taguchi, John Scahill, and Satoko Tokunaga. OS 356 Osbern Bokenham, Lives of the Saints.Vol. I, ed. Simon Horobin. There are descriptions of these forthcoming publications here. Recent Publications.The exhibition highlights the copy of Golden Legend, printed by William Caxton, which has an elaborately illuminated letter 'T'. Description Citation: Kato, T. (2018) Illuminating William Caxton.