Published March 27, 1987
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Sargent Bush (Editor), Carl J. Rasmussen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
Contacts. For all enquiries relating to the Undergraduate Library and Special Collections: e-mail: [email protected] telephone: () (3); Staff: Dr H. C. Carron, College Librarian. Numbers are limited. Booking is essential and entry will be by free ticket only. Please book early by either e-mailing the College Library at [email protected] or telephone () (3) A ticket will be sent to you on receipt of booking. Lambeth Palace library, prints /A. A History of Emmanuel College, Cambridge December 1 colour, 46 black and white, 5 line illustrations pages x cm ISBN: Format: Hardback Boydell Press. The author of this work, Anthony Blackwall (), was a classical scholar, educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He served as headmaster of the Derby School and later as headmaster of the grammar school of Market Bosworth. His other works include Introduction to the Classics and a Latin grammar. This work discusses the relationship of.
Contact us Postal Address: Faculty of History West Road Cambridge UK CB3 9EF Telephone +44 (0) 3 Learn more about Emmanuel's journey through the last year! Emmanuel College is dedicated to intellectual, physical and spiritual growth within the context of a liberal arts education and an environment of Christian concern. Learn more about Emmanuel's journey through the last year! Spiritual Life at Emmanuel College hopes to live up to. Emmanuel College, Cambridge has some famous namesakes: from a secondary school in Gateshead to universities in Massachusetts, Queensland and Toronto. However, the name Emmanuel is most associated with the ancient educational establishment which makes up one of the University of Cambridge’s 31 constituent colleges. Established in , Emmanuel College is one of the 16 ‘old [ ]. University Library. The Cambridge University Library is a Legal Deposit Library, meaning that it can request a copy of every book, journal, map and musical work published in Britain, and nearly every significant English-language publication worldwide. It holds over eight million books.
Looking at Books as History This is the title of a talk I attended recently at Emmanuel College, Cambridge which was given by David Pearson, director of Libraries for the City of London. David talked about the importance of books as material and social objects, of value and importance beyond the texts they contain. The University of Cambridge bears arms granted in Gules a cross ermine between four lions passant gardant or, and upon the cross a closed book gules, edged, clasped and garnished gold. The colleges founded by royal persons and bearing regal emblems in their arms are King’s. Queens’, Christ’s. St. John’s, and Trinity. King’s College. All are welcome. No need to book. Refreshments will be available after each seminar. The seminars are kindly supported by Emmanuel College Cambridge. Location and Time. pm. Gardner Room, Emmanuel College, St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, England CB2 3AP. Map showing location of Emmanuel College. The Library of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 5; 47 Photograph taken by author at the Emmanuel College library with the kind help of Ms. Sarah Bendall. 48 Venn, John. “Alumni Cantabrigienses.” Cambridge University Library. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 49 Ibid. 50 Ibid. 51 Ibid.