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Warburg Institute, London, 11 March 2015

A coordinated approach to recording and searching provenance records and images: moving forward

A conference organised by Raphaële Mouren (Warburg Institute) and Cristina Dondi (CERL Secretary and Lincoln College, Oxford). Sponsored by IFLA RBSC, The Warburg Institute, CERL, 15cBOOKTRADE, CILIP RBSCG.


Laura Aydelotte, University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, POP (Provenance Online Project)
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Béatrice Delestre, Institut de France, Paris
Controlled terminology and the challenge to describe a coat of arms
Metadata and interoperability

Pierre Delsaerdt, Universiteit Antwerpen
The Historical Framework

Cristina Dondi, CERL Secretary, London, and 15cBOOKTRADE, Oxford
The use of provenance evidence to track the movement of books across space and time, and the corollary need to gather and search images of provenance

Peter Kidd, Manuscripts.org.uk, London
Price-Codes and Provenance

Maria R. Osuna Alarcón, Departamento de Biblioteconomí­a y Documentación, Salamanca
Provenance of Rare Books in Spanish Universities: access to the former possessors at the Historic Library of University of Salamanca.

Michaela Scheibe, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
Provenance records in Germany

Marina Venier, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Rome
Projects in Italy

Hanno Wijsman, IHRT, Paris 
The Bibale Database: A digital tool for researching historic collections and manuscript provenance

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