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Word Clouds & Illuminated Manuscripts

A few years back, my father and I went to see the exhibition “Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination” at the British Library. The books on display were those collected by English monarchs during the Middle Ages and the idea was that they were of both historical and artistic value. 582 more words

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Lecture: 'Guthlac on a Roll’: British Library, MS Harley Y.6 (20th October 2016)

You are warmly invited to attend the inaugural lecture for the Digital Editing and the Medieval Manuscript Roll workshops in collaboration between UCL and Yale. More information about the series can be found here:  51 more words

Lecture Series

Heritage Open Day at Worcester Cathedral Library

On Saturday the 10th of September, Worcester Cathedral Library will be opening its doors and exhibiting some of its many manuscripts, books and archives. As part of Heritage Open Day, visitors are welcome and encouraged to pop up to the library for free between 10am and 12:30pm, or between 2pm and 4pm. 351 more words

Worcester Cathedral Library

Mary Punches the Devil and Other Marginalia

Life got in the way of me posting anything on the feast of St. Augustine, but I am currently preparing a review/reflection post on his  116 more words

Marginalia

Common Awards Student Conference 2016. Part 8: Durham Cathedral medieval manuscript workshop

As part of my three days at the Common Awards student conference for 2016 (details in my introductory blog), I attended a stained glass window tour and a medieval manuscripts workshop with Durham Cathedral. 655 more words

A Fantasy Tip from Medieval History: Using Parchment

The year is 2099. A group of people is preparing to celebrate New Year’s Eve aboard the brand spaceship, Pearseus. Instead, they end up castaways on a remote planet. 781 more words

Random Musings

DANGEROUS RABBITS AND HOW TO OUTWIT THEM

Occasionally my writing turns into a dangerous rabbit a bit like this one …

When this happens running and hiding seems the only sensible thing to do … 237 more words

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