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Rest in Peace, Dear Mascot Marty, 2004-2016

Posted by a merely human, loving, grateful, sorrowful admirer. You were too noble and beautiful to die so young.  Happy New Year to all furry friends and their two-legged owners. 45 more words

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Abernethy, Perth and Kinross - Wikipedia

Abernethy is believed to have been the seat of an early Pictish bishopric, its diocese extending westward along Strathearn. In the 12th century the bishop’s seat was moved to Muthill, then Dunblane, so that Abernethy, no longer being a residential bishopric is today listed by the Catholic Church as a titular see.[5]Abernethy remained the site of a small priory of Augustinian canons, founded 1272. 140 more words


My Way or Galway

In my previous post about Dublin, I mentioned I visited the city yet again in the summer of 2013. This time around it was a lot more sunny so I took advantage of the amazing weather. 390 more words


Details. Manuscripts. 9th Century

Book of Kells, a manuscript Gospel book in Latin, ca.800
Alternative title: Book of Columba

Book of Kells, manuscript, ca.800. Detail

Book of Kells, manuscript, ca.800. 281 more words


Mass Produced Art is Problematic Art

I’m currently taking a break from writing my Early Medieval Art paper (sssssh! Don’t tell my teacher!). I’m currently writing about the Book of Kells. I already kind of started writing it, but just today, I figured out all the pieces to make this a topic I’m truly excited about: which is comparing the Book of Kells, a handmade work of beauty, to artist books, which I’m personally not a fan of because oftentimes, they seem to involve  660 more words


The Book of Kells

I recently visited the Book of Kells, in the grounds of the beautiful Trinity College in the heart of Dublin city. Not my first visit, but always a treat. 384 more words


Book Nerd Heaven at Trinity College

Hey gang,

Didn’t feel much like writing today, but I did want to share pics from my afternoon at historic Trinity College Dublin. Make sure you take the student-led tour for all the dirt on weird school traditions and society rivalries. 226 more words