The LALME typology of scribal practice: some issues for manuscript studies

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The LALME typology of scribal practice : some issues for manuscript studies. / Scase, Wendy; Stenroos, Merja (Editor); Thengs, Kjetil (Editor); Ma:kinen, Martti (Editor); Traxel, Oliver (Editor).

Current explorations in Middle English: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017. ed. / Merja Stenroos; Martti Mäkinen; Kjetil Vikhamar Thengs; Oliver Martin Traxel. Peter Lang, 2019. (Studies in English Language and Literature; No. 56).

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Harvard

Scase, W, Stenroos, M (ed.), Thengs, K (ed.), Ma:kinen, M (ed.) & Traxel, O (ed.) 2019, The LALME typology of scribal practice: some issues for manuscript studies. in M Stenroos, M Mäkinen, KV Thengs & OM Traxel (eds), Current explorations in Middle English: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017. Studies in English Language and Literature, no. 56, Peter Lang.

APA

Scase, W., Stenroos, M. (Ed.), Thengs, K. (Ed.), Ma:kinen, M. (Ed.), & Traxel, O. (Ed.) (2019). The LALME typology of scribal practice: some issues for manuscript studies. In M. Stenroos, M. Mäkinen, K. V. Thengs, & O. M. Traxel (Eds.), Current explorations in Middle English: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017 (Studies in English Language and Literature; No. 56). Peter Lang.

Vancouver

Scase W, Stenroos M, (ed.), Thengs K, (ed.), Ma:kinen M, (ed.), Traxel O, (ed.). The LALME typology of scribal practice: some issues for manuscript studies. In Stenroos M, Mäkinen M, Thengs KV, Traxel OM, editors, Current explorations in Middle English: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017. Peter Lang. 2019. (Studies in English Language and Literature; 56).

Author

Scase, Wendy ; Stenroos, Merja (Editor) ; Thengs, Kjetil (Editor) ; Ma:kinen, Martti (Editor) ; Traxel, Oliver (Editor). / The LALME typology of scribal practice : some issues for manuscript studies. Current explorations in Middle English: Selected papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017. editor / Merja Stenroos ; Martti Mäkinen ; Kjetil Vikhamar Thengs ; Oliver Martin Traxel. Peter Lang, 2019. (Studies in English Language and Literature; 56).

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