|Statement||Grant G. Simpson.|
|LC Classifications||Z115.S3 S55 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||78318126|
Scottish Handwriting, An Introduction to the Reading of Documents Alexander baillies book hand burgh charter clerk conj counsall court hand cursive deleted documents domi] [uhi]lk queen of Scots quhilk realm Register Robert royal scho Scotland Scottish Record seal secretary hand signature sixteenth century St Andrews St. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Scottish Handwriting by Grant G. Simpson; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Facsimiles, Medieval Manuscripts, Renaissance Manuscripts, Scottish Paleography; Places: Scotland. Scottish Handwriting, An Introduction to the Reading of Documents by Grant G. Simpson (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product. Get this from a library! Scottish handwriting, an introduction to the reading of documents. [Grant G Simpson].
Scottish Handwriting by Grant Simpson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Scottish Handwriting An Introduction to the Reading of Documents by Grant Simpson About the Book. Reading original documents is the only way to achieve a sound basis in historical studies and to acquire a true perspective on cultural evolution. Much modern research has been applied to Scotland's history, but until this volume. Scottish Handwriting An Introduction to the Reading of Documents Paperback – 1 Oct. by Grant Simpson (Author)/5(6). The course will focus on how to read old handwriting of the period and develop archival research methods. Scottish Handwriting – Scottish handwriting website, complete with weekly posers and more extensive tutorials. Also includes a letter finder and useful hints and tips to help readers become familiar with peculiar.
Grant G Simpson, Scottish Handwriting , Edinburgh, , is the only published attempt to look at early Scottish handwriting. Grant Simpson, in his book Scottish Handwriting , reports a tendency in the later Middle Ages to use the letter v at the beginning of a word and u within a word. For example: the word unused might be written vnused. To confuse matters, the letter w, which was invented in the middle ages, was simply a double u. Reading original documents is the only way to achieve a sound basis in historical studies and to acquire a true perspective on cultural evolution. Much modern research has been applied to Scotland's history, but until this volume there has been no comprehensive study of the country's handwriting for nearly years. The main body of this book consists of facsimile . We publish a self-help pack, 'Scottish Handwriting ', in conjunction with the Scottish Records Association. It contains advice about early modern Scottish handwriting and examples of formal and informal documents with transcripts. The pack can be purchased from our shop or from the Scottish Records Association website.