Catalog Record: Miracles de Nostre Dame | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Miracles de Nostre Dame / collected by Jean Miélot, secretary to Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy. Reproduced in facsimile from Douce manuscript 374 in the Bodleian library for John Malcolm of Poltalloch, with text, introduction, and annotated analysis by George F. Warner, M.A.

Main Author: Miélot, Jean, active 15th century.
Related Names: Delisle, Léopold 1826-1910., Warner, George F. Sir 1845-1936.
Language(s): English
Published: Westminster : Nichols and sons, 1885.
Subjects: Mary, > Blessed Virgin, Saint
Illumination of books and manuscripts > Specimens.
Manuscripts, French > Facsimiles.
Note: Appendix : Letter from M. Léopold Delisle to Mr. E. M. Thompson (p. xi-xlv) Glossary (p. [xlvii]-xlviii)
A collection of 74 miracles in French prose, translated from various Latin sources by Miélot, for Philip the Good or Charles the Bold.
Presented to the Roxburghe club by John Malcolm. Listed as no. 114 in the Club's Catalogue of books, 1898.
Physical Description: 3 p. ℓ., xlviii, 81 p., facsim. (iv, 120 numb. ℓ., illus.) front., pl. 38 x 28 cm.
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