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Book of Deer ; ed. for the Spalding club

Book of Deer ; ed. for the Spalding club

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Published by Printed for the Club by Robert Clark in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deer (Abbey),
  • Scotland -- History -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Stuart
    GenreSources
    SeriesSpalding club. Publications -- 36
    ContributionsStuart, John, 1813-1877
    The Physical Object
    Pagination169, 95 p.,
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15467108M

    The Book of Deer. Edinburgh: The Spalding Club, Including translations by Whitley Stokes. Available from the Internet Archive; Jackson, K.H. (ed. and tr.). The Gaelic Notes in the Book of Deer. The Osborn Bergin Memorial Lecture Cambridge, Edition and translation (pp. ) available from CELT; Forsythe, Katherine. Studies on. Book of Deer is a world of dreamy, hand-drawn textiles and cute swaddle blankets. #Bookofdeer.

    Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Growing Up & Facts of Life, Education & Reference, Animals, Literature & Fiction, Activities, Crafts & Games & more at everyday low prices. The Book of Deer Project has been carrying out on-going archaeological work since to locate the early medieval Monastery of Deer. Details below. Thanks go to all who have participated within the Project, to our current Archaeologist Alison Cameron of Cameron Archaeology Ltd. and to our past associates, to our volunteers and in particular to Derek Jennings who has made a huge contribution.

    Another of the Spalding volumes is The Book of Deer, published in , a reproduction by Stuart of a manuscript copy of the Gospels which belonged to the abbey of Deer—of great historical and linguistic value, especially with regard to the Celtic history of Scotland. The first being The Book of Deer Manuscript which is made up of the 86 folios (a leaf of paper numbered on one side only)with illuminations. The second is The Book of Deer Project. This is a community based initiative and the catalyst for renewed academic interest, research and community development in the North East of Scotland.


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The Book of Deer. for the Spalding Club by John Stuart by Spalding Club, Aberdeen; Stuart, John, Pages:   The Book of Deer ; Ed.

for the Spalding Club by John Stuart. Publication date Topics Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. Full text of "The Book of Deer ; Ed.

for the Spalding Club" See other formats. Full text of "The Book of Deer. for the Spalding Club by John Stuart" See other formats. Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp The Book of Deer. for the Spalding Club by John Stuart av Aberdeen Spalding Club på Home; This edition;Latin, Book, Illustrated edition: The Book of Deer / edited for the Spalding Club by John Stuart.

The Book of Deer ; ed. for the Spalding club / By John Stuart. Abstract "The Book of Deer is a memorial of the monastery founded by St. Columba and his disciple. It contains the Gospel of St. John complete, and portions of the other three Evangelists, in Buchan, written in Gaelic at a later time."Author: John Stuart.

Stuart, John (ed.). The Book of Deer. Edinburgh: Spalding Club, Including translations by Whitley Stokes. Available from the Internet Archive Jackson, K.H. (ed. and tr.). The Gaelic Notes in the Book of Deer.

The Osborn Bergin Memorial Lecture Cambridge, Edition and translation (pp. ) available from CELT Primary sources. The Book of Deer by Stuart, John, ; Cambridge University Library. Manuscript, ; Spalding Club (Aberdeen, Scotland) Publication date Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike UK: Scotland Publisher Edinburgh: Spalding Club Collection nationallibraryofscotland; europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor National Library of Pages:   The Book of Deer is a memorial of the monastery thus founded by St.

Columba and his disciple. It contains the Gospel of St. John complete, and portions of the other three Evangelists, in writing probably of the ninth century, besides a collection of Memoranda of grants hythe Celtic chiefs of Buchan, written in Gaelic at a later : John Stuart.

II, Spalding Club, 35 () Stuart, J. ed., The Book of Deer, Spalding Club, 36 () Grub, G. ed., Illustrations of the topography and antiquities of the shires of Aberdeen and Banff.

Vol. I, Spalding Club, 37 () Stuart, J. ed., Notices of the Spalding Club. The Book of Deer (Leabhar Dhèir in Gaelic) (Cambridge University Library, MS. Ii) is a 10th-century Latin Gospel Book with early 12th-century additions in Latin, Old Irish and Scottish is noted for containing the earliest surviving Gaelic writing from Scotland.

The origin of the book is uncertain, but it is reasonable to assume that the manuscript was at Deer, Aberdeenshire. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bible.

Manuscripts, Latin. Gospels. Book of Deer. Edinburgh, Printed for the Club by Robert Clark, But the more interesting portion of the Book of Deer, in connection with our inquiry, will be found in the Gaelic entries on the margin and in the vacant spaces of the volume.

These have all been given to the world in the recent publication of portions of the book by the Spalding Club. Stuart, The Book of Deer, Edinburgh, The Spalding Club,clxix =95 pp.

and 22 plates. Discussion of entire MS, with edition of the entire Latin Gospel texts and Gaelic notes, with translation and facsimilies of the illuminated pages, the Gaelic texts, and some of the Gospels. The Spalding Club ( - ) was established in Aberdeen by Joseph Robertson ( - ) and John Stuart (), LL D, for the publication of the historical, genealogical, topographical and literary remains of the North-eastern counties of Scotland (printed notice of intention to establish the Club, published in Aberdeen newspapers, 5 Dec ).

Spalding Club (Aberdeen, Scotland) [Publisher] Stuart, John, [Editor] To find similar items, select the checkboxes next to the characteristics you are interested in. Book of Deer; Description: Edited for the Spalding Club by John Stuart. Shelfmark: Oss Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; Attribution and copyright: The physical item used to create this digital version is out of copyright; More information.

The Book of Deer (Evangelia) is a Gospel Book written in a hand that was current in the period c. and generally dated to the first half of the tenth century.

While the manuscripts to which the Book of Deer is closest in character are all Irish, scholars have tended to argue for a Scottish origin, and it is widely regarded as the earliest manuscript produced in Scotland. The Spalding Club was the name of three successive antiquarian and text publication societies founded in Aberdeen, which published scholarly editions of texts and archaeological studies relevant to the history of Aberdeenshire and its region.

The clubs were named after the 17th-century historian John Spalding. The Spalding Club. John Spalding (Born c) was a Scottish Historian, possibly a native of Aberdeen and possibly the son of his father Alexander’s Mistress who his father then married when his 1st wife died.

The name was uncommon there in the 16th & 17thC, but the Registers for Aberdeen record the marriage of “Alexander Spalding & Cristine Hervie” (i.e.

Herries) on 7th February Product Title The Book of Deer; Ed. for the Spalding Club. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews. Current Price $ $ Sold & shipped by.The Spalding Club and the Buchan Field Club will both have records of their research regarding the Book of Deer.

No doubt other areas may be suggested for inclusion in a study. If any reader has a comment or suggestion to make please get in touch at George C. Smart Chairman, Book of Deer Project.