Monday, September 25, 2006

Arundell's Poor Penmanship

From what I've seen, the Honeyman Ramelli is quite an interesting document. Unfortunately, the notes left by Arundell are almost illegible. Compared to the marginalia left by his contemporary--Gabriel Harvey--Arundell's comments aren't readable. Alas, I suppose we must all feel some pain for our research.

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Anonymous W. Turkel and Nicolas Quiroga said...

October / 2006

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