Collections concerning the reckoning of coinage in the hand of J.F. Gronovius
Scope and Contents
Fragments of the "Vetus Rationarium" and the "Novum Rationarium" of the Emperor Alexius Comnenus (1048-1118) with Latin translation, and other treatises in Greek.
- 1690 (Circa)
Conditions Governing Access
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1 volume(s) (1 volume)
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Other Finding Aids
Full details available in descriptions box in Manuscripts Reading Room.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
From the Library of the Rev. W.H. Black (1808-1872) Assistant Keeper of Public Records, who has written in the front cover 'Bought at Southgate and Barry's sale room from the Library of "E.S. Thompson Esq." Presented to the Library by J.M. Edmonds, Jesus College, Cambridge, 4 October 1927.
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