Cataloguing the Greek manuscripts of Cambridge in the context of the Polonsky Foundation project allows new insight in the collections. By examining the manuscripts one […]Continue reading »
The Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project: a collaboration between the Universities of Cambridge and Heidelberg proudly presents Greek Manuscripts Inside and Out: A Conservation Symposium […]Continue reading »
In a previous #PolonskyGreek project blogpost Conserving fragments, conservators discussed their work on the fragments; this blogpost describes how cataloguers can deal with the challenges […]Continue reading »
The Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project: Medieval Eastern Mediterranean Binding Model – Part 1.
Welcome to another Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Conservation blogpost. Since our last update on conserving fragments we have made great progress with the treatment of […]Continue reading »
The Digital Content Unit (DCU) is the Library department responsible for the digitisation of special collections and the creation of other audio-visual content. The earliest […]Continue reading »
Alongside conservation and digitisation, the Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project encompasses the creation of detailed catalogue descriptions for each manuscript, to accompany the images published […]Continue reading »
Cambridge University Libraries (CUL) has recently launched a two-year collaborative project with the University of Heidelberg. The Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project aims to preserve, […]Continue reading »