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31 August, 2005

In Need of a Book

This may sound like an odd question, but does anyone reading this know if their library has a circulating copy of the Codex Laureshamensis? Oh — that would be in the US or Canada, ‘cos I need to do whatever I can to help our librarian get it for me on ILL. Yet another thing I should have xeroxed when I had the chance.

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  1. 1 September, 2005 1:21 am

    I don’t have access to an academic computer system…but someone who does ought to be able–on an IP verified computer–to do a WorldCat search. That *should* tell you what libraries have it in their holdings.

  2. 1 September, 2005 7:49 pm

    I checked World Cat, if you are looking for Glöckner, Karl,; 1884-1962. Publication: Darmstadt, Verlag des Historischen Vereins für Hessen, Year: 1929-1936 Description: 3 v. illus. Language: German Series: Arbeiten der Historischen Kommission für den Volksstaat Hessen; Contents: 1. Bd. Einleitung regesten Chronik.–2.-3. Bd. Kopialbuch., there’s a copy at the Newberry in Chicago.If you’re looking for Codex Laureshamensis / Author(s): Glöckner, Karl,; 1879- Publication: Darmstadt : Hessische Historische Kommission, Year: 1975, 1929 Description: 3 v. : ill., maps (3 in pocket) ; 25 cm. Language: Latin Contents: 1. Bd. Einleitung, Regesten, Chronik.–2. Bd. Kopialbuch. 1. T. Oberrhein-, Lobden-, Worms-, Nahe- und Speiergau.–3. Bd. Kopialbuch. 2. T. Die übrigen fränkischen und die schwäbischen Gaue. Güterlisten. Späte Schenkungen und Zinslisten. Gesamtregister., there’s a copy at Loyola Chicago.There were a few other hits — you can e-mail me at jporter1 AT butler DOT edu if you need them

  3. 1 September, 2005 11:30 pm

    Thanks! I may do that! I didn’t realize there was a 1975 reprint, which I hope might mean that it’s circulating. Rebecca found a few other copies, one of which is at my grad school institution, so I might be able to get xeroxes …OTOH, if I can’t, maybe this is a good excuse to go visit my ex-in-laws in London (providing the BL has it — which I’m sure it does …)

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