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Notes On Hain 4515 and Gw 7184

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[In 1946, after a remarkable Odyssey during World War II, L. M. J. Delaissé joined the staff of the Royal Library of Belgium, where he quickly showed himself a worthy pupil of his mentors, the late Frédéric Lyna and François Masai. His doctoral dissertation on Thomas à Kempis was published in 1956 (see note 1). Very soon he became a specialist in the field of Flemish miniatures (see, e.g., note 2), and an increasingly important contributor to the periodical Scriptorium. In 1959 he was invited to teach at Princeton University, and thereafter successive invitations took him to the University of California at Berkeley and to the Harvard University. From 1963 onwards he was a Fellow of All Souls College at Oxford, where he enjoyed working with a group of students on 'his' archaeology of the book., In 1946, after a remarkable Odyssey during World War II, L. M. J. Delaissé joined the staff of the Royal Library of Belgium, where he quickly showed himself a worthy pupil of his mentors, the late Frédéric Lyna and François Masai. His doctoral dissertation on Thomas à Kempis was published in 1956 (see note 1). Very soon he became a specialist in the field of Flemish miniatures (see, e.g., note 2), and an increasingly important contributor to the periodical Scriptorium. In 1959 he was invited to teach at Princeton University, and thereafter successive invitations took him to the University of California at Berkeley and to the Harvard University. From 1963 onwards he was a Fellow of All Souls College at Oxford, where he enjoyed working with a group of students on 'his' archaeology of the book.]

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