Erasmus’ Adagia

Adagia by Erasmus (published by Johann Froben of Basel in 1522, with some original designs by Hans Holbein the Younger)

Introduced by Dominique Ruhlmann, The Old Library, Trinity Hall Cambridge

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Read about ‘The Secrets of Cambridge’s Oldest Libraries’ here.

Oliver Balch, a resident of Hay, is in Cambridge this week with The Baskerville Society.

In a previous post on A BOOK A DAY IN HAY, Danielle Webster, a student at the Royal National College for the Blind introduced a book from the Chained Library at Hereford Cathedral. Read her report on handling and learning about this special book here.

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