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Wow! By candle light.

Wow! By candle light.

Benedetto Bordon (Italian, 1450-1530) (Artist) PERIOD ca. 1480 (Renaissance) MEDIUM ink, paint and gold on parchment	 (Manuscripts & Rare Books) ACCESSION NUMBER W.333.309R MEASUREMENTS 8 7/8 x 6 5/16 in. (22.5 x 16 cm) GEOGRAPHIES

Benedetto Bordon (Italian, 1450-1530) (Artist) PERIOD ca. 1480 (Renaissance) MEDIUM ink, paint and gold on parchment (Manuscripts & Rare Books) ACCESSION NUMBER W.333.309R MEASUREMENTS 8 7/8 x 6 5/16 in. (22.5 x 16 cm) GEOGRAPHIES

every time I think "now I've seen the weirdest medieval shit" something still manages to top it Cambrai Bm ms 103

every time I think "now I've seen the weirdest medieval shit" something still manages to top it Cambrai Bm ms 103

Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Comites Latentes 54: Livre d’heures · Florence · 1470-1480 Langue:	Latin (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/fr/list/one/bge/cl0054).

Genève, Bibliothèque de Genève, Comites Latentes 54: Livre d’heures · Florence · 1470-1480 Langue: Latin (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/fr/list/one/bge/cl0054).

BibliOdyssey: Cyrillic Manuscripts. Prizrenski rukopis Dusanovog zakonika 1515-1525 (RS 688)

BibliOdyssey: Cyrillic Manuscripts. Prizrenski rukopis Dusanovog zakonika 1515-1525 (RS 688)

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Macclesfield Alphabet, folio with samples of border decoration, England, 1475-1525

Macclesfield Alphabet, folio with samples of border decoration, England, 1475-1525

145rheures à l'usage de Rome

145rheures à l'usage de Rome

jothelibrarian:  Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is a fifteenth century psalter from the special collections department of the University of St Andrews, in Scotland. It’s a real pleasure to feature a book from my alma mater, although I don’t recall ever seeing any illuminated manuscripts when I volunteered there. Charters a plenty, and some fab printed books, but nothing like this. I think it’s a gorgeous photo, and the high resolution means it’s easy to have a good look at the text…

jothelibrarian: Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is a fifteenth century psalter from the special collections department of the University of St Andrews, in Scotland. It’s a real pleasure to feature a book from my alma mater, although I don’t recall ever seeing any illuminated manuscripts when I volunteered there. Charters a plenty, and some fab printed books, but nothing like this. I think it’s a gorgeous photo, and the high resolution means it’s easy to have a good look at the text…

Zanino di Pietro - Leaf from Book of Hours - Walters W32291R - Open Obverse.jpg

Zanino di Pietro - Leaf from Book of Hours - Walters W32291R - Open Obverse.jpg

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