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  • Mme Marion Bernard, from ENSSIB, Lyon, spent the Spring months of 2011 as an intern in the department of rare books of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale of Rome, to identify books which once belonged to the humanist Marc-Antonio Muret, then passed to the Jesuit Collegio Romano, and finally in BNC. Part of the project entailed the book-in-hand examination of the library's incunabula, and data resulting from that examination have being inserted into MEI, under the supervision of Marina Venier.
  • Dott.ssa Valentina Piccinin, a codicologist and now a CERL Thesaurus editor, continued the work started by Bernard in 2011. Started again to work on Rome BNC records in June 2014.
  • Dott.ssa Alessandra Panzanelli, Univ. of Perugia, spent the period April-July 2011 at the British Library of London, inserting provenance information of BL incunabula, currently preserved in manuscript cards, into MEI. The internship was financed by the EC Erasmus Placement scheme, Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP), and the Univ. of Perugia. Under the supervision of John Goldfinch.
  • Dott.ssa Federica Viazzi, Univ. Pavia, spent the period January-February 2013 at the British Library of London, continuing to insert the provenance of BL incunabula in MEI.
  • Dott. Annalisa Ricciardi, with degrees from Univ. Tuscia and Univ. del Salento, spent the period October 2013 to February 2014 continuing to insert the provenance of BL incunabula in MEI.
  • Ms Angéline Rais, with a degree from the University of Neuchatel, spent the months of June and July 2014 cataloguing in MEI the incunables of Lambeth Palace Library, London.
  • Ms Jamie Cumby, currently completing an MA in Book History and soon to move on to a PhD in autumn 2014, Univ. of St Andrews, is cataloguing in MEI the incunables of the University of St Andrews Library.
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