See Photographs and artwork Index (citing illustrations in) Inscriptions Italics Manuscript locations Manuscript preparation Media of artworks Notes Numbers Online resources Permissions Photograph and illustration credits Photographs and artwork Possessives Proofreading Punctuation Quotations Reference sources Saint Signature. See Words and terms Theological terms Titles Titles of artworks Titles of people Words and terms The first edition of the Association of Art Editors Style Guide was produced in 2006. Seasons: The fall 1992 season (lowercase, no comma) Decades: 1950s; 1840s and 1850s (in full, no punctuation); or, when the century referred to is unambiguous, “the thirties.” Do not vary formats within one sentence or paragraph. Change all sixteenths and thirty-seconds to the nearest rounded fractions.
The present revised edition was created in 2013 with a dual aim: to bring the Style Guide into alignment with The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition; and to make it reflect changes that occurred in manuscript preparation, editing, and publishing after 2006largely due to evolving technologies. Use “in the 1950s and 1960s” or “in the fifties and sixties,” not “in the 1950s and sixties,” “in the 1950s and 60s,” or “in the 1950s and 60s.” Mid: mid-1990; mid-nineteenth century; mid-nineteenth-century (adj. Examples: twentieth-century art a phenomenon of the nineteenth century He is a scholar of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century art. (Some institutions, however, go down to sixteenths, especially for works on paper.) It is unacceptable to leave dimensions of a third inch, a fifth inch, or a tenth inch.
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Father Romano’s examination leads him into the past as he uncovers an historical narrative of medieval forgeries, Saracen invasions and a legendary fight for the richest kingdom on earth.As we head into Kentucky, we’ll drive past the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani in New Haven.The abbey owns an impressive collection of Cistercian manuscripts, but as they are all on permanent deposit at the Cistercian Center at Western Michigan University, you will have to visit Kalamazoo to see them. This is a great example, by the way, of why Melissa Conway and I chose to publish our ,” a set that includes three manuscript leaves: a leaf from an Armenian bible, dated 1221; a leaf from a small Bible of the mid-thirteenth century; and a leaf from a Parisian Bible of the early fourteenth century.This time, it leads to a medieval manuscript and murder.Was it an ordinary theft gone wrong or something more? Michael Romano is an American priest working A medieval prayer book, an Irish saint's prophecy of the last pope, and a forgery that changed the church—forever.