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A series of sharp but also intermittent conflicts broke out over control of Italy at the close of the Italian Renaissance, shattering the peninsular balance of power system achieved in the Peace of…
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The DMMapp is the portal to thousands of digitized medieval manuscripts around the world!
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1886 catalogue from the New York based company of stained glass artist Henry Belcher.
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A woodcut and description of strange UFOs seen in the skies of 16th-century Bavaria.
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A wonderfully eclectic treatise on all things sundials and roses — jam-packed with photographs, illustrations, and diagrams.
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A monastic treasure written in Scotland 700 years ago has been acquired by the National Library of Scotland.
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In May 1373, a 30 and a half year-old woman lay dying. A local priest arrived to give her the last rites and held a crucifix in front of her. In that moment, however, the woman—Julian of Norwich— experienced a series of visions, ranging from graphic details of Christ’s passion...
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This blog post focuses on one of the most extensively illustrated books from the Middle Ages: The Illustrated Old English Hexateuch (The British Library, Cotton Claudius B.IV). A unique picture boo…
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Depicting what was probably the most decisive moment of the Battle of Gibraltar, this remarkable painting by Dutch artist Cornelius Claesz van Wieringen, is also an extraordinary attempt to capture the gruesome realities of an explosion.
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How did chivalry influence the life of a knight in the fourteenth century and how were the ideals of chivalry reflected in practice?
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20 March was an important day in the medieval English calendar: it was St Cuthbert’s Day. St Cuthbert meets King Ecgfrith of Northumbria and others, from Bede’s Prose Vita S Cuthberti, England (Durham), c. 1175-1200, Yates Thompson MS 26, f. 51 St Cuthbert (d. 687) was one of the most...
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