Edwardus Williams Byron Nicholson

Edwardus Williams Byron Nicholson (Edward Williams Byron Nicholson; natus anno 1849; mortuus 1912) fuit eruditus rerum Celticarum et Protobibliothecarius Bodleianus ab anno 1882 usque ad 1912.

OperaRecensere

  • 1882 : New Homeric Researches: on supposed metrical mimicry in the Homeric Poems
  • 1896 : The Vernacular Inscriptions of the Ancient Kingdom of Alban Londinii: Bernard Quaritch Textus
  • 1897 : Golspie: Contributions to Its Folklore. Londinii: David Nutt Textus
  • 1898 : Mr. Gladstone and the Bodleian; Oxford's Poverty; Bodley and the Bodleian 1598-1898. Oxonii, 1898 Textus
  • 1898 : (contributor) Dufay and his Contemporaries: fifty compositions transcribed by J. F. R. Stainer and C. Stainer; introduction by E. W. B. Nicholson. Londinii: Novello, 1898 Textus
  • 1904 : Vinisius to Nigra: A 4th Cent. Christian Letter Written in South Britain and Discovered at Bath. Londinii: Henry Frowde Textus

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BibliographiaRecensere

  • Edmund Craster, History of the Bodleian Library 1845-1945. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1952
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