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A Warning to the Curious: Medieval and Early Modern Collections in Aotearoa New Zealand
Waste not, Want not: Manuscript Fragments in the Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland
Royal Depositions and the ‘Canterbury Roll'
Esmond de Beer, Wenceslaus Hollar, and William Dugdale: The Antiquarian Recording of Old St Paul's
Seventeenth-Century French Translations of the Consolatio Philosophiae of Boethius in New Zealand
Glynnis M. Cropp
Sir George Grey's Mistake in Oliver Cromwell: Protectorate Politics in a Colonial Collection
William Thomas's Notebook: A Window on Seventeenth-Century Religion and Politics
The Exeter Drawings of John Carter: A Rare Book in a Private Collection in New Zealand
Simone Celine Marshall
Invidious Comparisons: Manuscripts and Incunabula in the Libraries Donated by Sir George Grey to Cape Town and Auckland
Indigenising the Medieval, or how did Maori and Awabakal become inscribed in Medieval Manuscripts?