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21 January 2019 Medieval manuscripts
According to conventional estimates, the British Library holds some 3,136 glazed Greek and Latin papyri. This may well convey the exact number, but the actual figure is potentially much more, given that certain glass frames may contain several unrelated papyrus...
18 January 2019 English and Drama
by Barry Taylor, Curator of Romance Studies. You can read more about the Library's holdings related to Brighton Rock here. Students of Brighton Rock in the BL can read, in addition to the original novel, the French, Polish and Finnish...
18 January 2019 Innovation and enterprise
Grow are small business marketing consultants, whose founder and MD, Alasdair Inglis, is the Marketing Expert in Residence at the Business & IP Centre. Here they give us five tips to help drive traffic to your website. You had to...
18 January 2019 European studies
A recent acquisition lays down the law on who could wear what in the streets of Portugal. Pregmatica e ley por que Sua Alteza ha por bem pellos respeitos nella declarados prohibir os trajes, vestidos de Seda com ouro, guarnições...
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