Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette)

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La storia del libro continua a svilupparsi con la graduale transizione dal rotolo al codexspostandosi dal Vicino Oriente del II - II millennio a. Fino al II secolo d. All'arrivo del Medioevocirca mezzo millennio dopo, i codici - di foggia e costruzione in tutto simili al libro moderno - rimpiazzarono il rotolo e furono composti principalmente di pergamena.

Quattro son troppi? Anche nei suoi distici, Marziale continua a citare il codex: un anno prima del suddetto, una raccolta di distici viene pubblicata con lo scopo di accompagnare donativi. Questa mole composta da numerosi fogli contiene quindici libri poetici del Nasone». Dal II secolo a. Nel mondo antico non godette di molta fortuna a causa del prezzo elevato rispetto a quello del papiro. Il libro in forma di rotolo consisteva in fogli preparati da fibre di papiro phylire disposte in uno strato orizzontale lo strato che poi riceveva la scrittura sovrapposto ad uno strato verticale la faccia opposta.

La scrittura era effettuata su colonne, generalmente sul lato del papiro che presentava le fibre orizzontali. Non si hanno molte testimonianze sui rotoli di pergamena tuttavia la loro forma era simile a quella dei libri in papiro. Gli inchiostri neri utilizzati erano a base di nerofumo e gomma arabica. Dal II secolo d. La vecchia forma libraria a rotolo scompare in ambito librario.

In forma notevolmente differente permane invece in ambito archivistico. Questo mezzo, permettendo l'accelerazione della produzione delle copie di testi contribuisce alla diffusione del libro e della cultura. Altri suoi distici rivelano che tra i regali fatti da Marziale c'erano copie di Virgiliodi Cicerone e Livio. Le parole di Marziale danno la distinta impressione che tali edizioni fossero qualcosa di recentemente introdotto. Sono stati rinvenuti "taccuini" contenenti fino a dieci tavolette.

Nel tempo, furono anche disponibili modelli di lusso fatti con tavolette di avorio invece che di legno. Ai romani va il merito di aver compiuto questo passo essenziale, e devono averlo fatto alcuni decenni prima della fine del I secolo d. Il grande vantaggio che offrivano rispetto ai rolli era la capienza, vantaggio che sorgeva dal fatto che la facciata esterna del rotolo era lasciata Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette) bianco, vuota.

Il codice invece aveva scritte entrambe le facciate di ogni pagina, come in un libro moderno. La prima pagina porta il volto del poeta. I codici di cui parlava erano fatti di pergamena ; nei distici che accompagnavano il regalo di una copia di Omeroper esempio, Marziale la descrive come fatta di "cuoio con molte pieghe". Ma copie erano anche fatte di fogli di papiro. Quando i greci ed i romani disponevano solo del rotolo per scrivere libri, si preferiva usare il papiro piuttosto che la pergamena.

I ritrovamenti egiziani ci permettono di tracciare il graduale rimpiazzo del rotolo da parte del codice. Fece la sua comparsa in Egitto non molto dopo il tempo di Marziale, nel II secolo d. Il suo debutto fu modesto. A tutt'oggi sono stati rinvenuti 1. Verso il d. I ritrovamenti egiziani gettano luce anche sulla transizione del codex dal papiro alla pergamena.

Sebbene gli undici codici della Bibbia datati in quel secolo fossero papiracei, esistono circa 18 codici dello stesso secolo con scritti pagani e quattro di questi sono in pergamena.

Non ne scegliemmo alcuno, ma ne raccogliemmo altri otto per i quali gli diedi dracme in conto. Il codex tanto apprezzato da Marziale aveva quindi fatto molta strada da Roma. Nel terzo secolo, quando tali codici divennero alquanto diffusi, quelli di pergamena iniziarono ad essere popolari. In breve, anche in Egittola fonte mondiale del papiroil codice di pergamena occupava una notevole quota di mercato. Sono tutti di pergamena, edizioni eleganti, scritti in elaborata calligrafia su sottili fogli di pergamena.

Per tali edizioni di lusso il papiro era certamente inadatto. In almeno un'area, la giurisprudenza romanail codex di pergamena veniva prodotto sia in edizioni economiche che in quelle di lusso. La caduta dell'Impero romano nel V secolo d. Il papiro divenne difficile da reperire a causa della mancanza di contatti con l' Antico Egitto e la pergamenache per secoli era stata tenuta in secondo piano, divenne il materiale di scrittura principale.

I monasteri continuarono la tradizione scritturale latina dell' Impero romano d'Occidente. La tradizione e lo stile dell' Impero romano predominavano ancora, ma gradualmente emerse la cultura del libro medievale. Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette) monaci irlandesi introdussero la spaziatura tra le parole nel VII secolo. He will, forever, be respected for that by many but mostly for who he was as a Human Being. A Lovely Bloke. Rest in Peace my friend. Remember Cambridge?

In I responded to an Ad in one of the music papers, he sent me a ton of tapes and we became firm Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette).

Andy was such a lovely, kind and funny guy, and his knowledge of Led Zeppelin and rock music was off the scale. He is a big big loss to the Worldwide Zeppelin fan community — but today I feel the personal loss of a dear friend. So very sad to hear about the passing of Andy. Such a warm and generous bloke who shared so much with a lot of friends. His vast knowledge of not just Zeppelin but so many more great bands was truly incredible. His meetings with Jimmy offered a wealth of knowledge and I know Jimmy will also be saddened by the news of his passing.

Andy you were a top bloke and I wish I could have spent more time in your company. Andy was a kind, happy soul, and, like myself, obsessed with rock music. He happened to stand next to me during a gig by Girl and after we both realised that the other was recording the show, the trading of tapes spawned a beautiful friendship. Their scale made me want to follow suit which of course I did. We also toured the country and beyond following our beloved bands.

We lost count of pints sunk and kebabs consumed. But of course, Led Zeppelin was his passion. Andy had several books in the pipeline, he had a new lady friend in his life and he was thrilled by the prospect of reviving his band No Mercy along with sibling Simon. Such a shame it never came to pass. Andy was one of the good guys. Sad news as I heard this morning that my good friend, Andy Adams has passed away.

Andy was a die-hard Led Zeppelin fan like myself and I spent many a great time in his company as well as extended conversations on the phone. He was due to visit us in our new home in Somerset in the not too distant future though sadly that will not now happen.

His loss will be keenly felt throughout the Led Zeppelin fan community and by his friends and family. RIP Andy, we Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette) miss ya. Andy was a generous trader who helped me expand my collection considerably. Over the years, our paths crossed frequently at various Zeppelin-related gigs and events. Andy was always upbeat, cheerful and ever-so-slightly mysterious; a real character whose encyclopedic knowledge of rock music in general and Led Zeppelin in particular was truly astonishing.

The news of his passing came as a great shock and is a huge loss to the Zeppelin community. He will be missed by us all. P Andy. It is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of a great friend of the band, Andy Adams.

We first met Andy back in when he came to our show at the Eastbourne College Theatre. Andy was always very positive about the band and came to many of our shows and quickly became a part of the CODA family. He wrote a fantastic piece all about Led Zeppelin at 50 for our theatre programme inand also a great piece on the 50th anniversary of the Led Zeppelin II album. Quite apart from that, Andy was a fount of knowledge about all things Led Zeppelin, but also had a superb memory for all the concerts he had attended during the past, and many tales from the road to tell, some which are unrepeatable here!

We meet off and on over the years buying and trading in all things Zeppelin. I had a small bit part in the first Zeppelin Convention at the Royal National and I was hugely grateful to welcomed in to his and Dave Lewis world. Both worked tirelessly to make that weekend unforgettable to all that attended, Andy, in his laid back way fashion allowed it to roll on bye, happy to sit back and swap stories and tales with all that would stop by. The second Convention was again a huge success and Andy and Dave were pivotal in making it work, again Andy, in his laid back way and Dave not so laid back way.

Both guys pride and satisfaction of being part of something so important to attendees was clear to all. I would catch up with Andy over the following years at fan meeting, pre gig meets, he was always generous in his praise and always had a supportive words of encouragement for Carol and I. Andy went through a stage of producing his own Bootleg CDs but in typical Andy fashion would happily trade them for a pint of beer, he was a man of simple taste and was never happier than sitting with a pint and talking Led Zeppelin.

Andy, your passion, generosity, knowledge and your enthusiasm will never be forgotten and will be missed by the thousands that knew you. One of my best memories of Andy is from when I was helping him put together a selection of videos to be shown at the Celebration Days Convention in London. Apart from the official filmin those days the quality of available VHS tapes of Led Zeppelin was questionable to say the best We had acquired a few live amateur compilations from a dodgy source on Camden market where it was often difficult to tell what band was actually on the tape….

Andy popped round to view this footage and gave it his seal of approval. We had a great time at the convention cuing-up footage on the big screen that we hoped the fans would like. I think everyone reading this who knew Andy will agree, it was his easy going nature and good humour that made working with him a real pleasure and great fun.

He always had time to listen and chat, especially when the subject was all things Rock n Roll! I first met Andy in the late 80s and a friendship grew with a love for Led Zeppelin and anything else related to them.

We would sit and talk, listen and watch footage for hours. Go to concerts traveling to Europe and all over the UK meeting lots of people who Andy was always happy to spend time with and talk and share information. We did record fairs the two London conventions plus East Monk Pub, Limelight club in Crewe, Andy was always inspiring and looking for projects I was only speaking to him the other day about the Jimmy Page sessions and helping him, Andy will be so greatly missed by all, my 30 year friendship has come to an abrupt end I will sorely miss our chats, Rest in peace Andy.

I remember going to his house in Croydon in the early s along with a few others to watch the newly surfaced complete Earls Court 24th May video. Plus a chance to drink beer and have a good chat with like minded fans. This was my regular daily lunchtime pub as I worked nearby.

He had a fair few beers beforehand and he sat next to me in the cinema. His knowledge of Led Zeppelin was truly vast, and he generously always shared this with everyone.

The Facebook groups that he ran were an immense success, a tribute to his love and dedication to the band which is only matched by Dave Lewis. I knew that he had health problems for quite a number of years, but he always put on a brave face.

His passing was a terrible shock, and he leaves a huge void that will never be filled. Andy, you will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. Friends who had spoken to Andy in recent times would know that he had health issues. However, in typical fashion, he would always play down the significance and just move onto the next stage of tests. Regardless of whatever life through his way — his passion for music never diminished. When it came to music, Andy was one of the most knowledgeable people I have known.

He was amiable, kind, generous and always willing to give his time to help educate others. He also had a wicked sense of humour. His openness on music was endearing. He was genuine and rarely demanding. There was no ego with Andy. I first met AA in the early s. We kept bumping into each other at gigs on a regular basis. We even undertook several road trips to gigs in Europe. I Little Miss Lover - Jimi Hendrix - The Essential Jimi Hendrix (Cassette) Andy again in the early 90s at a record fair in Brighton.

Andy had a stall and was dealing records at the time. Howard Mylett wanted to introduce me to this guy he knew who had a massive Zeppelin tape collection. I was surprised to find that it was somebody I knew already. So we reconnected again and this led to many long evenings and geeky conversations in Croydon. Once again, life sometimes takes over and we eventually lost touch again. Andy just seemed to disappear for the best part of a decade. In recent times, Andy had found a new audience of friends via his Facebook updates and blogs that were always interesting and hugely entertaining.

Andy was never a constant in my life, but there were good times when he was around and I shall miss him. Living in Australia has meant that the tyranny of distance has for many years made it difficult to meet up with Zeppelin fans the world over. The wonders of modern communication have been a godsend compared to how it all started. Andy was seriously working on a project that I have also been immersed in for 40 years; Jimmy Page Sessions.

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