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Insular script in a ninth-century German monastery
Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Laud Lat. 102, a Gospel book written in the early 800s, is one of the oldest manuscripts to be included in the Polonsky German project.
Blogging with medieval manuscripts
This article was first published on the Oxford Medieval Studies blog under the title Reaching out with Manuscripts What do you get when you put together an excited group of medieval manuscript specialists and ask them to discuss blogging and teaching with digitized manuscripts?
Key Milestones and Approaching our Project Goal: A Mid-term Review on The Polonsky Foundation Digitisation Project
December 2018 marked the beginning of a collaborative project between the Herzog August Bibliothek (HAB) and the Bodleian Libraries. Funded by The Polonsky Foundation, the two institutions are in the process of digitizing several hundred medieval manuscripts from German monastic libraries.
Handschriften aus dem Kloster Weißenburg/Wissembourg
Ausstellung der Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel (16. Febr. – 1. Juni 2020) Unter dem Titel „Leuchtendes Wort. Sprechendes Bild“ zeigt die Herzog August Bibliothek ab dem 16.
Medingen Manuscript Production in the Age of Monastic Reform (1479) and Lutheran Reformation (1524-1544): How the project contributes to understanding the genesis of the Oxford prayerbook MS. Lat. liturg. f. 4
Dating medieval manuscripts is a cumbersome business. If manuscripts do not contain a completion date, a researcher has to rely on (more or less) datable manuscript characteristics.