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The provision of libraries and university reform was the product of enlightenment patronage. This programme investigates the patronage of Thomas Bodley and Archbishop Laud at Oxford, Cardinal in Paris and Archbishop Marsh in Dublin, and the institutions which they founded and endowed with books.
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Module code and title: A220, "Princes and peoples: France and the British Isles, 1620-1714"
Item code: A220; 08
First transmission date: 21-08-1995
Published: 1995
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Duration: 00:23:55
Note: Loan copy available on compilation video A220/5,6,7,8
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Producer: Nick Levinson
Contributor: Nick Rowling
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): 17th century; Archbishop Laud; Archbishop Marsh; Bodley Thomas patronage; Cardinal Mazarin; Education; Libraries; Patronage; University reform
Subject terms: Benefactors; Learning and scholarship; Libraries--History
Master spool number: DOU7919
Production number: FOUA443K
Videofinder number: 5056
Available to public: no