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Oxoniensis academia: or, the antiquities and curiosities of the University of Oxford
by printed for S. Birt; and J. Ward. Sold also by J. Fletcher, and J. Barrett, at Oxford; and T. Merrill, at Cambridge in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3595, no. 04.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
Sir Kenelm Digby (11 July – 11 June ) was an English courtier and diplomat. He was also a highly reputed natural philosopher, astrologer and known as a leading Roman Catholic intellectual and his versatility, he is described in John Pointer's Oxoniensis Academia () as the "Magazine of all Arts and Sciences, or (as one stiles him) the Ornament of this Nation". Kenelm Digby: | | ||| | Kenelm Digby studio of Anthony Van Dyck (detail) World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the .
title: Bellesitae: Bellesita is a symbolic name for the University of Oxford, as can be seen from below. John Pointer says, Oxoniensis Academia, or the Antl quities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford (London, ), p. vi: As for the Antiquity of Oxford. Britannia Romana, or Roman antiquities in Britain, viz., coins, camps, and public roads, Britannia Triumphans, or an Historical Account of some of the most signal Naval Victories obtained by the English over the Spaniards,’ Oxoniensis Academia, or the Antiquities and Curiosities of .
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Oxoniensis Academia: Or, The Antiquities And Curiosities Of The University Of Oxford: Giving An Account Of All The Public Edifices, Both Ancient And And Halls, With Their Chapels And Libraries Paperback – Septem Author: John Pointer.
Oxoniensis academia or the antiquities and curiosities of the university of Oxford (etc.) Paperback – byAuthor: John Pointer. Oxoniensis Academia: Or, The Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford: Giving an Account of All the Public Edifices, Both Ancient and Modern, Particularly the Colleges and Halls.
Oxoniensis academia: or, The antiquities and curiosities of the University of Oxford. Giving an account of all the public edifices Together wih lists of the founders, public benefactors, governors, and visitors of the several colleges and halls Also lists of the chancellors [etc.] of this university.
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The history and antiquities of the University of Oxford University of Oxford. Department of Botany. The original English manuscript was translated into Latin and published,under title: Historia et antiquitates Universitatis oxoniensis.
Collecting antiquities and curiosities in eighteenth-century Transylvania: the Saxon Lutheran pastor Laurentius Weidenfelder and Oxoniensis academia: or network is based largely on the epigraphic gatherings of Sámuel Köleséri in his book on the gold mines of Transylvania, Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
It furthers. More specifically, my colleague Jeremy Uden has pointed out to me the broad similarity between the delicate streamers on a barkcloth cape from Tahiti in the collections at the University of Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum and rice paper.
30 Once thought to be made of ‘cuticle of young banana leaves retted in (probably) stale urine and boiled. Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum is part of the University, and it’s the world’s first university museum. It’s named after Elias Ashmole, whose collection of curiosities formed the museum’s first collection when it opened inand it’s now home to an extensive collection of Egyptian, Roman and Greek objects, a large collection of.
Oxford University surely has more quaint traditions per square mile than any other university. You should also read 17 of the Best Attractions You Must Visit in Oxford 8 Fascinating Facts about Life as an Oxford Student The university’s fascinating customs – which range from the sublime to the ridiculous – are one of the.
Get this from a library. Oxoniensis academia: or, the antiquities and curiosities of the University of Oxford.: Giving an account of all the public edifices, both ancient and modern, particularly the Colleges and Halls, with their Chapels and Libraries ; their most remarkable Curiosities and antique Customs ; Parish Churches, Public Schools, Theatre, Musaeums, and Printing-House.
Historia et antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis. 2 vols. Oxford, ——The history and antiquities of the University of Oxford. Now first published in English, from the original MS.
in the Bodleian Library, by John Gutch. 3 pts. Oxford, –6. ——The history and antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford. MS Book of the dean of Christ Church (MacGregor, ed.) Latrator Anubis simili incrustatione tectus. Idolum istud minùs cauté observavit D.
Plot: siquidem idem est omnino cum proximè sequenti. Anubis, the Dog, with a similar Plot paid less attention to this idol, since it is in all respects very close to the one below.
Appears in 38 books from Page xii - Oxoniensis Academia: or the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford, by John Pointer, MA 12mo. Oxoniensis academia or the antiquities and curiosities of the university of Oxford (etc.) May the Weather," ; "Roman Antiquities in Britain," ; "Britannia Triumphans,"dealing with naval victories over the Spanish; " Miscellanea in usum juventutis Academicae,"and "Oxoniensis Academia, or the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford," John Pointer, Oxoniensis Academia:or, the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford(London, ), 92 to Pointer was a naturalist, historian and collector, chaplain of Merton College, rector of Slapton in Northamptonshire and vicar of Keresley in Warwickshire.
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The ancient ceremony of serving up a boar’s head in the hall of Queen’s College, Oxford, at Christmas, is still observed with much pomp and ceremony. Regarding p Binns cited John Pointer, Oxoniensis Academia, or the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford (London, ) vi: As for the Antiquity of Oxford, it must have been a considerable place even in the time of the Romans, for we are told by some Historians, that it was called Bellositum, before the time of the Saxons.
‘Oxoniensis Academia, or the Antiquities and Curiosities of the University of Oxford,’ ; the manuscript is in Rawlinson MS. B. No.at the Bodleian Library. It contains much curious detail on the history of the several colleges. Two gifts by him to the Bodleian Library are set out on page (cf.
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