Neil Ripley Ker
Neil Ripley Ker CBE FBA (//; 1908–1982) was a scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature. He is known especially for his Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon, which is praised as a milestone in Anglo-Saxon manuscript study. He was University Reader in Palaeography at Oxford until he retired in 1968.
- 1941: Medieval Libraries of Great Britain
- 1954 Fragments of Medieval Manuscripts Used as Pastedowns in Oxford Bindings
- 1957: Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon
- 1960: English Manuscripts in the Century after the Norman Conquest
- 1964: Medieval Libraries of Great Britain; 2nd ed.
- 1969: Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries; vol. 1
- 1977: Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries; vol. 2
- Doyle, A. I. (1993). Neil Ripley Ker, 1908-1982. Reprinted from 1991 lectures and memoirs, Proceedings of the British Academy, 80. Oxford University Press for the British Academy. OCLC 311053451.
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