3 edition of Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hodges, Figgis; William & Norgate|
|Publishers||Hodges, Figgis; William & Norgate|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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These indexes were essential to the usefulness of the entire work, particularly since each fascicule of the published catalogue dealt with a selection of manuscripts in random order, taking no account of date, provenance, subject category, or shelf-mark.
Twenty-seven fascicules of the Academy Catalogue of Irish manuscripts were written and published between 1926 and 1943. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy D IV 2 15th century 52 9th century Dublin, Trinity College 1289 olim H.
The Royal Irish Academy was founded in 1785. From 2003-04 the title has changed to Annual Review. Hamp Van Nuys CA, 1990345—415. There Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy. always an exhibition on an aspect of the collections on view. The online database contains more details on the provenance of collections than was provided in the printed catalogue, but is not yet complete in that regard.
Card index of Minute Books An integrated card index to the contents of the four separate sets of minute books is available for consultation in the Reading Room:• Rolf Baumgarten, Bibliography of Irish linguistics and literature, 1942—71 Dublin, 1986. Donald Mackinnon, A descriptive catalogue of the manuscripts in the Advocates' Library Edinburgh and elsewshere in Scotland Edinburgh, 1912.
It consists of an elected body of c. Limitations In normal times, Academy Library staff responding to queries about the collections have the luxury of being able to consult the original manuscripts whenever necessary. Also available on microfilm About this record This screen shows the complete catalog entry of the title you selected.
1920-1943 Just as the new Irish state was coming into being, work got underway at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin to compile and publish in-depth descriptive catalogue entries for each of the approximately 1,400 Irish language manuscripts in the Academy library. The print resource also includes early scientific works and substantial entomological collections and it is very strong in the field of Celtic studies, etymology of the Celtic languages etc.
These three lexicographers were asked to undertake cataloguing of manuscripts without reducing the time they devoted to the Dictionary.
Steady progress was maintained on the Catalogue until completion, with a total of eight cataloguers working on the project at various times between 1921 and 1943.