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Frozen in time : the Fagel Collection in the Library of Trinity College Dublin / edited by Timothy R. Jackson.

Contributor(s): Jackson, Timothy R [editor].
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : The Lilliput Press, 2016Description: xxxiii, 262 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (black and white, and colour), maps, portraits ; 24 cm.Content type: text | still image | cartographic image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781843516750 (hbk.) :.Subject(s): Fagel Collection (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland)) | Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Library | Netherlands -- Politics and government -- 1648-1795DDC classification: 026.09
Contents:
Introduction / Charles Benson -- Libraries, scholae and universities in medieval and early modern Europe: key stages in their relationship / Helga Robinson-Hammerstein -- 'To put in order': how the greffiers Fagel documented themselves as men of politics, men of religion and men of the world / Theo Thomassen -- Tulips and building plans: primary material from the Fagel Collection / John Loughman -- The Fagel Collection: from Den Haag to Dublin / Peter Fox -- Thematic shelving in the Old Library: the evidence of the Fagel Collection / Jason Harris -- Developing the Fagel map collection / David Brown -- The place of neo-Latin in the Fagel collection / Jason Harris -- Italian literature and humanist scholarship in the Fagel collection / Clare E.L. Guest -- Dutch interest in Irish affairs in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as evidenced by Fagel collection / Timothy R. Jackson -- Don't worry about Pandora, throw the box wide open: some thoughts on revealing the riches of the Fagel collection / William A. Kelly -- Fagel, pamphlets and the STCN file / Jaap Harskamp.
Summary: "In 1802 Trinity College Dublin purchased an astonishing collection of books, pamphlets and maps from post-Revolution dispersal sale in London. Assembled as a working library by the Dutch Fagel family, of whom successive members had held the posts greffier (akin to prime minister) and deputy greffier of the States General over the previous 125 years, it was one of the most important private libraries in early modern Europe" - Book cover
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Charles Benson -- Libraries, scholae and universities in medieval and early modern Europe: key stages in their relationship / Helga Robinson-Hammerstein -- 'To put in order': how the greffiers Fagel documented themselves as men of politics, men of religion and men of the world / Theo Thomassen -- Tulips and building plans: primary material from the Fagel Collection / John Loughman -- The Fagel Collection: from Den Haag to Dublin / Peter Fox -- Thematic shelving in the Old Library: the evidence of the Fagel Collection / Jason Harris -- Developing the Fagel map collection / David Brown -- The place of neo-Latin in the Fagel collection / Jason Harris -- Italian literature and humanist scholarship in the Fagel collection / Clare E.L. Guest -- Dutch interest in Irish affairs in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as evidenced by Fagel collection / Timothy R. Jackson -- Don't worry about Pandora, throw the box wide open: some thoughts on revealing the riches of the Fagel collection / William A. Kelly -- Fagel, pamphlets and the STCN file / Jaap Harskamp.

"In 1802 Trinity College Dublin purchased an astonishing collection of books, pamphlets and maps from post-Revolution dispersal sale in London. Assembled as a working library by the Dutch Fagel family, of whom successive members had held the posts greffier (akin to prime minister) and deputy greffier of the States General over the previous 125 years, it was one of the most important private libraries in early modern Europe" - Book cover

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