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New Facsimile Unveiled: The Berry Apocalypse
Our friends from Müller & Schindler surprise us with a new, unprecedented manuscript of the Apocalypse made during a troubled time for Europeans: the beginning of the 15th century.
The Magnificent and Exuberant Illuminations of the St Albans Psalter
If you were to teach reading and writing to your kids in the 12th century, you would probably use a Psalter. But would you choose one as magnificently illuminated as the St Albans Psalter? Scroll down for the video!
An Hour With Marco Polo
The Venetian explorer Marco Polo didn’t write his Travels alone: in 1298, he found himself imprisoned with a romance writer, Rustichello da Pisa. Their conversations gave birth to one of the most celebrated travel books in history.
The Oxford Apocalypse: An Innovative Codex for an English Prince
If you are curious to know how books were decorated in the high Middle Ages, take a look at the various stages of completion of the miniatures in this English Apocalypse.
New Video: Marco Polo – The Book of Wonders Facsimile Edition
Once upon a time only dukes, popes, and princesses could hold a priceless artifact like the Marco Polo – The Book of Wonders in their hands. Today, facsimiles allow you to leaf through them — well, at least virtually! So what are you waiting for?
A Vibrant, Bilingual Apocalypse From Late Medieval London
The Parker Library at Corpus Christi College in Cambridge holds a treasure of the English Gothic style, made in medieval London and shimmering with tooled gold and kaleidoscopic colors.
What if God was an Architect? Unveiling a New Facsimile of the Bible Moralisée
Over one thousand illuminated medallions evocative of stained glass, golden decorations spanning 130 folios, and a dazzling image of God designing the universe with a compass. Imago publishing house reproduced all this and much more in its 2020 facsimile edition of the Bible Moralisée.
A “Pop Bible” for a Lay Audience
You don’t need to understand Anglo-French biblical verses to read this bible: written and illuminated in the 14th century, the codex features dozens of powerful illustrations.