2 edition of sexteenth century collector, Thomas Dackomb, 1496-c1572 found in the catalog.
sexteenth century collector, Thomas Dackomb, 1496-c1572
Andrew G. Watson
|Contributions||Dackomb, Thomas, 1496-c1572.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(14) p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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In ‘A Sixteenth-Century Collector: Thomas Dackomb, –c. ’ () [No. 4] Watson identified nineteen manuscripts that belonged to Dackomb, including the Athelstan Psalter, all apparently obtained by purchase rather than gift and most seemingly from the Winchester area.
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