サンスクリット写本カタログ: パンディットコレクション

     Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts:

The Pandit Collection 2 volume set  Hartmut Buescher

NIAS Press  2018:11

    1040 pages Hardback 9788776942557  45,000

    

   This new catalogue describes the holdings of the so-called Pandit Collection held at the Royal Library, Copenhagen. A diverse collection of more than 1,200 sanskrit texts, it comprises codices ranging in length

from several hundred folios to a single folio, or a manuscript fragment, often produced by educated (or in other cases by less educated) scribes. The Pandit Collection was purchased in Pune (Maharashtra) in the

early 1920s from its now-unknown previous owner by the Danish indologist Poul Tuxen. As its name suggests,

it is the Sanskrit manuscript collection of a pandit, a traditionally educated Indian scholar, part of it acquired by earlier generations of his brahmanic family.

 

 

 ボドリアン図書館収蔵マインツ修道院中世写本集

 

Medieval Manuscripts from the Mainz Charterhouse in the Bodleian Library

2 volume set  

Daniela Mairhofer

Bodleian Library  2018:09

      864 pages Hardback 9781851244546  ¥118,976

    

These manuscripts, most of which were acquired by Archbishop Laud in the 1630s, during the Thirty Years War, mainly consists of major groups of codices from ecclesiastical houses in the Rhine-Main area, that is Wurzburg, Mainz and Eberbach. Their potential contribution to the religious and intellectual history of these foundations and to the study of German medieval culture as a whole is immeasurable. This book contains descriptions of over one hundred medieval manuscripts, mostly Latin , from the Charterhouse St Michael at Mainz, founded in early 1320s. Dating from the tenth to the fifteenth centuries, they reflect the spirituality and literary interest of the Charterhouse order. This is the first major publication on the Mainz Charterhouse  manuscript collection. Published in two volumes it provides authoritative and superbly detailed descriptions, including information about the physical characteristics, decoration, binding, and provenance of the manuscripts. Each manuscript is illustrated.