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From the Bavarian State Library (Munich), Clm. 28118. A 9th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict.

From the Bavarian State Library (Munich), Clm. 28118. A 9th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict.

A brief excerpt (chapter 4 only) from the Rule of Benedict, copied in the 9th century. From the Library at the Abbey of Einsiedeln, Switzerland.

A brief excerpt (chapter 4 only) from the Rule of Benedict, copied in the 9th century. From the Library at the Abbey of Einsiedeln, Switzerland.

A color version of Bavarian State Library (Munich, Germany), clm 19408. This is a late 8th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict.

A color version of Bavarian State Library (Munich, Germany), clm 19408. This is a late 8th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict.

A 9th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict from the Library at Einsiedeln Abbey in Switzerland.

A 9th-century copy of the Rule of Benedict from the Library at Einsiedeln Abbey in Switzerland.

Late 8th-century manuscript at the Bavarian State Library in Munich, Germany.

Late 8th-century manuscript at the Bavarian State Library in Munich, Germany.

How 1,000 years of Arabic scholarship advanced scientific debate – in pictures

How 1,000 years of Arabic scholarship advanced scientific debate – in pictures

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Byzantine Earrings - Copy of a 10th - 11th century Byzantine gold earring, found in a Rus Viking grave.  The two collared doves are a love motif. By Northan.

Byzantine Earrings - Copy of a 10th - 11th century Byzantine gold earring, found in a Rus Viking grave. The two collared doves are a love motif. By Northan.

The earliest complete copy of the Rule of Benedict, copied around the year 700. This still about 150 years after Benedict died! Ms. Hatton 48 at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, England. The link for this image takes you to the main digital collections screen at the Bodleian. None of the "Luna" links appeared to work as a permanent resource.

The earliest complete copy of the Rule of Benedict, copied around the year 700. This still about 150 years after Benedict died! Ms. Hatton 48 at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, England. The link for this image takes you to the main digital collections screen at the Bodleian. None of the "Luna" links appeared to work as a permanent resource.

Cistercian neumes on a 4-line staff, (yellow, green, red, green) with C- and F-clefs, Northern France, 12th century.

Cistercian neumes on a 4-line staff, (yellow, green, red, green) with C- and F-clefs, Northern France, 12th century.

Saint Gall Ms. 914 is one of the most authoritative for the language of the text. It opens with the word "Obsculta" (not "ausculta" as in many manuscripts). It dates from the first third of the 9th century.

Saint Gall Ms. 914 is one of the most authoritative for the language of the text. It opens with the word "Obsculta" (not "ausculta" as in many manuscripts). It dates from the first third of the 9th century.

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