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Dietel manuscript         
The Dietel manuscript, Ms. R 18, also known as the Dietel Collection and, in German, , is the oldest extant manuscript with a large collection of four-part chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach.
manuscript         
  • Manuscript, [[Codex Manesse]]. Most manuscripts were ruled with horizontal lines that served as the baselines on which the text was entered.
  • Image of two facing pages of the illuminated manuscript of "Isagoge", fols. 42b and 43a. On the top of the left hand page is an illuminated letter "D" – initial of "De urinarum differencia negocium" (The matter of the differences of urines). Inside the letter is a picture of a master on bench pointing at a raised flask while lecturing on the "Book on urines" of Theophilus. The right hand page is only shown in part. On its very bottom is an illuminated letter "U" – initial of "Urina ergo est colamentum sanguinis" (Urine is the filtrate of the blood). Inside the letter is a picture of a master holding up a flask while explaining the diagnostic significance of urine to a student or a patient. HMD Collection, MS E 78.
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  • AH]] (931 AD)
  • Inside the letter is a picture of a master in cathedra expounding on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates. Initial "V" rendered as "U" of "Vita brevis, ars vero longa", or "Life is short, but the art is long". "Isagoge", fol. 15b. HMD Collection, MS E 78.
  • [[Lectionary 183]]
  • The Isha [[Upanishad]] manuscript
  • 1310–1320}}
  • [[Armenian manuscript]]
  • Satie]]'s ''[[Sports et divertissements]]'' (published as a facsimile in 1923)
  • 10th-century minuscule manuscript of [[Thucydides]]'s [[History of the Peloponnesian War]]
DOCUMENT WRITTEN BY HAND
Manuscripts; Runic manuscript; Handwrit; Manuscript inventory; Ancient manuscript; Handwritten books; Handwritten book; Manuscript books; Manuscript book; Typescript (manuscript); Convolute (manuscript); Hand-written document
n.
1) to edit; proofread; revise a manuscript
2) to submit a manuscript (for publication)
3) to accept; reject a manuscript
4) an authentic; unpublished manuscript
Manuscript         
  • Manuscript, [[Codex Manesse]]. Most manuscripts were ruled with horizontal lines that served as the baselines on which the text was entered.
  • Image of two facing pages of the illuminated manuscript of "Isagoge", fols. 42b and 43a. On the top of the left hand page is an illuminated letter "D" – initial of "De urinarum differencia negocium" (The matter of the differences of urines). Inside the letter is a picture of a master on bench pointing at a raised flask while lecturing on the "Book on urines" of Theophilus. The right hand page is only shown in part. On its very bottom is an illuminated letter "U" – initial of "Urina ergo est colamentum sanguinis" (Urine is the filtrate of the blood). Inside the letter is a picture of a master holding up a flask while explaining the diagnostic significance of urine to a student or a patient. HMD Collection, MS E 78.
  • s2cid=154362112}} (see p. 416, table 1)</ref>
  • AH]] (931 AD)
  • Inside the letter is a picture of a master in cathedra expounding on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates. Initial "V" rendered as "U" of "Vita brevis, ars vero longa", or "Life is short, but the art is long". "Isagoge", fol. 15b. HMD Collection, MS E 78.
  • [[Lectionary 183]]
  • The Isha [[Upanishad]] manuscript
  • 1310–1320}}
  • [[Armenian manuscript]]
  • Satie]]'s ''[[Sports et divertissements]]'' (published as a facsimile in 1923)
  • 10th-century minuscule manuscript of [[Thucydides]]'s [[History of the Peloponnesian War]]
DOCUMENT WRITTEN BY HAND
Manuscripts; Runic manuscript; Handwrit; Manuscript inventory; Ancient manuscript; Handwritten books; Handwritten book; Manuscript books; Manuscript book; Typescript (manuscript); Convolute (manuscript); Hand-written document
·adj Written with or by the hand; not printed; as, a manuscript volume.
II. Manuscript ·adj Writing, as opposed to print; as, the book exists only in manuscript.
III. Manuscript ·adj A literary or musical composition written with the hand, as distinguished from a printed copy.