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The Resource Meskel Demera : the finding of the True Cross, photographs and woodcuts by Peter Bogardus ; commentary by Zelalem Haile Michael

Meskel Demera : the finding of the True Cross, photographs and woodcuts by Peter Bogardus ; commentary by Zelalem Haile Michael

Label
Meskel Demera : the finding of the True Cross
Title
Meskel Demera
Title remainder
the finding of the True Cross
Statement of responsibility
photographs and woodcuts by Peter Bogardus ; commentary by Zelalem Haile Michael
Title variation
  • Finding the True Cross
  • Finding of the True Cross
  • Ĺšelam
Creator
Contributor
Artist
Binder
Compositor
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Printer
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Publisher
Translator
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • enggez
  • gez
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
LAF
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
Text in English and Ge'ez (the language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church)
LC call number
BV50.E93
LC item number
B6 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Hulu Selam Peace Only
Series volume
1
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Label
Meskel Demera : the finding of the True Cross, photographs and woodcuts by Peter Bogardus ; commentary by Zelalem Haile Michael
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Manufacture
Note
  • Half title
  • Errata: color illustrated folded trifold sheet of corrections laid in; in blue wrappers
  • "Sixteen original copper-plate photogravures were made and printed by the photographer, who also carved the fourteen woodblocks of imagery and sacred text drawn from Ge'ez scrolls and books. Takuji Hamanaka printed the blocks with hand-levigated mineral pigments. The text by Zelalem Haile Michael was printed by Art Larson at Horton Tank Graphics using Perpetua type cast by Michael Bixler. The book has been handbound in linen-covered boards by Gray Parrot and is offered in a matching box."--Prospectus
  • "Meskel Demera was printed in an edition of fifty-two copies on Kochi Mashi paper. The copper photogravure plates were made at Jon Goodman Photogarvure under Jon's guidance & printed at Khelcom New York. The text was designed with Gray Parrot. The Monotype Perpetua was cast by Michael Bixler & printed by Art Larson at Horton Tank Graphics. The pictorial woodcuts, derived from Ge'ez scrolls, and xylographic text, from the Sink Sar, were printed by Takuji Hamanaka. Zelalem Haile Michael opened the door in Ethiopia."--Colophon
  • "This volume is adjunct to Meskel Demera, the first part of a trilogy called Hulu Selam (Peace Only) about spiritual life in Ethiopia."--Prospectus
  • Julian 2000 is listed on the title page in addition to the Gregorian date of 2008
  • Limited edition of 52 copies
  • Gray Parrot binder's ticket on inside back cover
Accompanying material
1 woodcut plate
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 x 24 cm +
Extent
55 unnumbered pages
Lccn
2010714506
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy is number 21 of a limited edition of 52 copies; numbered in pencil. Purchase, Kenneth N. Shure, Goose River Exchange, 2014.
Other physical details
color woodcuts, illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)444580622
  • ucoclc444580622
Label
Meskel Demera : the finding of the True Cross, photographs and woodcuts by Peter Bogardus ; commentary by Zelalem Haile Michael
Publication
Manufacture
Note
  • Half title
  • Errata: color illustrated folded trifold sheet of corrections laid in; in blue wrappers
  • "Sixteen original copper-plate photogravures were made and printed by the photographer, who also carved the fourteen woodblocks of imagery and sacred text drawn from Ge'ez scrolls and books. Takuji Hamanaka printed the blocks with hand-levigated mineral pigments. The text by Zelalem Haile Michael was printed by Art Larson at Horton Tank Graphics using Perpetua type cast by Michael Bixler. The book has been handbound in linen-covered boards by Gray Parrot and is offered in a matching box."--Prospectus
  • "Meskel Demera was printed in an edition of fifty-two copies on Kochi Mashi paper. The copper photogravure plates were made at Jon Goodman Photogarvure under Jon's guidance & printed at Khelcom New York. The text was designed with Gray Parrot. The Monotype Perpetua was cast by Michael Bixler & printed by Art Larson at Horton Tank Graphics. The pictorial woodcuts, derived from Ge'ez scrolls, and xylographic text, from the Sink Sar, were printed by Takuji Hamanaka. Zelalem Haile Michael opened the door in Ethiopia."--Colophon
  • "This volume is adjunct to Meskel Demera, the first part of a trilogy called Hulu Selam (Peace Only) about spiritual life in Ethiopia."--Prospectus
  • Julian 2000 is listed on the title page in addition to the Gregorian date of 2008
  • Limited edition of 52 copies
  • Gray Parrot binder's ticket on inside back cover
Accompanying material
1 woodcut plate
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 x 24 cm +
Extent
55 unnumbered pages
Lccn
2010714506
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy is number 21 of a limited edition of 52 copies; numbered in pencil. Purchase, Kenneth N. Shure, Goose River Exchange, 2014.
Other physical details
color woodcuts, illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)444580622
  • ucoclc444580622

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