Copyright and Permissions
You may download short sections of text to your workstation and store them, and make one hard copy of each without payment or further permission, provided that this is done for purposes of private study only.
You may not download (except as temporary web-browser cache copies), print or otherwise copy more than 10 short extracts from text pages.
You may display a single personal copy for the purpose of an academic lecture or seminar, provided that no further duplication occurs or is allowed to occur.
You may download to a single PC or laptop images of no more than 150dpi. Any public use of such images must be negotiated with the holders of the copyright, and include a copyright notice and acknowledgement to the relevant library and also to HRI Online, University of Sheffield.
You may not duplicate any image or text, in any medium, on behalf of another person or institution.
If you wish to use a low-resolution image for any other reason, in electronic or any other form, or to obtain a high-resolution image for study or publication purposes, you must obtain the specific written permission of the partner library or libraries, and (where appropriate) of Scriptura Ltd and of the project director, Professor Peter Ainsworth, in advance. A fee will usually be charged.
The Online Froissart is grateful to the following institutions for permission granted to reproduce images captured during the research project and subsequently, subject only to the use of the appropriate strapline and copyright attribution: Bibliothèque nationale de France and Gallica, Paris, France; Bibliothèque Royale, Brussels, Belgium; Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp, Belgium; Royal Library, The Hague, The Netherlands; Stonyhurst College Library, Clitheroe, Lancashire UK; Ville de Besançon, Bibliothèque d’Etude et de Conservation; Ville de Toulouse, Bibliothèque d’Etude et du Patrimoine; and Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas, Austin, USA.