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Book of Kells Gospel Icons

Book of Kells, housed at Trinity College, Dublin. Ancient Celtic illuminated book of the 4 gospels, written in Latin

BOOK OF HOURS, use of Bourges, illuminated manuscript on vellum [ Northern France (Paris), c.1470]

BOOK OF HOURS, use of Bourges, illuminated manuscript on vellum [ Northern France (Paris),

Capi Laura This is from The Book of Kells ..I so enjoy celtic knotwork!!! I can get lost in it! I'd like to take the whole Book with me to the island!!  medieval.library.nd.edu

Chi-Rho from The Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin, containing the four Gospels of the New Testament, together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created by Celtic monks ca.

:  The coronation of King Henry V of England (from Chroniques d’Angleterre by Jean de Wavrin) Source

The coronation of King Henry V of England (from Chroniques d’Angleterre by Jean de Wavrin)

Crutches, circa 1260. (The wonderful things you find in medieval manuscripts!) Detail from an illuminated initial D in a Franco-Flemish antiphonal on view in Gothic Grandeur.

Crutches, circa (The wonderful things you find in medieval manuscripts!) Detail from an illuminated initial D in a Franco-Flemish antiphonal on view in Gothic Grandeur.

A copy of a transaction between King Henry VII of England (r. 1485-1509) and the monks of Westminster Abbey, issued in 1504: London, British Library, MS Harley 1498, f. 1r

A copy of a transaction between King Henry VII of England (r. and the monks of Westminster Abbey, issued in London, British Library, MS Harley f.