3000 attendees, 10 happy medievalists, a knight, and some cheap marketing tricks. How else would you describe the 50th ICMS in Kalamazoo?
The Codex Gisle is finally available! To celebrate this amazing facsimile, we’re happy to publish an article by Judith Oliver, author of “Singing with Angels”, a book entirely devoted to the beautiful gradual illuminated by Gisela von Kerssenbrock. Thanks, Judy!
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One of the least-known collections of legal documents had some of the greatest impact on the history of the Americas.
“From Doubt to Astonishment” is how Galileo described the discoveries he made about the Earth and heavens. They proved to be earth-shaking.
The Peterborough Psalter in Brussels, the most beautiful of the Fenland manuscripts, has just been announced as the next facsimile by Quaternio Verlag Luzern.
Have you ever sat in the Barchas Room at the Special Collections in Stanford and witnessed a real teaching class with a brilliant Faculty? Well, I did, today, and I was thrilled!
During the 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, 10 lucky scholars win a beautiful illuminated page in facsimile!
There are only three extant Beatus of Liébana manuscripts written and illustrated outside the Iberian Peninsula: the Berlin codex is, among them, the most peculiar. By Peter K. Klein
The Book of Hours of Marguerite d’Orléans facsimile (Das Stundenbuch der Margarete von Orléans), a fantastic edition by Quaternio Verlag Luzern, is now available for collectors and libraries.