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The Canterbury Roll Project:
The Canterbury Roll
– A Digital Edition
|First published in 2017 by
CANTERBURY UNIVERSITY PRESS
University of Canterbury
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Christchurch, University of Canterbury MS 1 ("The Canterbury Roll") and all images of the manuscript remain © University of Canterbury.
Permission to reproduce Christchurch, University of Canterbury MS 1 ("The Canterbury Roll") in whole or in part in any medium must be sought in advance from UC Library.
The manuscript is not available to download offline either in part or as a whole. Images suitable for reproduction in publications will be made available on request; images at the DPI used to produce the Digital Edition are not available on request.
Arnold Wall's Handbook is out of copyright. Under New Zealand copyright law, authorial copyright for printed books lapses 50 years from the death of the author. In this case the book became copyright free on 30 March 2016. The OCR version available on this site was produced by the UC Arts Digital Lab in October 2017.
Permission is given for the OCR version to be downloaded, shared, and reproduced.
To the extent possible under law, UC Arts Digital Lab has waived all copyright and related or neighbouring rights to Handbook to the Maude Roll: Being a XVth century MS. Genealogy of the British and English Kings from Noah to Edward IV., with Marginal History, edited and translated by Arnold Wall. Christchurch: Whitcombe and Tombs, 1919 – OCR Version. This work is published from: New Zealand.
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Last updated: 20 December 2017