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Katalognummer: Heinemann-Nr. 4094 Handschriftentitel: Augustinus: In Iohannis evangelium tractatus 1–23 Entstehungsort: Weissenburg Entstehungszeit: 9. Jh., Anfang Beschreibstoff: Pergament Umfang: 162 Bl. Format: 33 × 25 cm

Katalognummer: Heinemann-Nr. 4094 Handschriftentitel: Augustinus: In Iohannis evangelium tractatus 1–23 Entstehungsort: Weissenburg Entstehungszeit: 9. Jh., Anfang Beschreibstoff: Pergament Umfang: 162 Bl. Format: 33 × 25 cm

The Manuscriptorium from Septimus Heap

The Manuscriptorium from Septimus Heap

Gradual from Maundy Thursday to the Vigil of Pentecost - Detail.

Gradual from Maundy Thursday to the Vigil of Pentecost - Detail.

The Manuscriptorium project is creating a virtual research environment providing access to all existing digital documents in the sphere of historic book resources (manuscripts, incunabula, early printed books, maps, charters and other types of documents). These historical resources, otherwise scattered in various digital libraries around the world, are now available under a single digital library interface.

The Manuscriptorium project is creating a virtual research environment providing access to all existing digital documents in the sphere of historic book resources (manuscripts, incunabula, early printed books, maps, charters and other types of documents). These historical resources, otherwise scattered in various digital libraries around the world, are now available under a single digital library interface.

The Stein Quadriptych was likely created in Bruges, and it has been attributed to Simon Bening and associates, ca. 1525-30. This collection of sixty-four miniatures is mounted in four panels, each in sets of sixteen miniatures per panel. The ensemble of miniatures was first cited in scholarly literature as the Stein Quadriptych because the earliest known owner of the collection was Charles Stein until 1886.

The Stein Quadriptych was likely created in Bruges, and it has been attributed to Simon Bening and associates, ca. 1525-30. This collection of sixty-four miniatures is mounted in four panels, each in sets of sixteen miniatures per panel. The ensemble of miniatures was first cited in scholarly literature as the Stein Quadriptych because the earliest known owner of the collection was Charles Stein until 1886.

Manuscript Detail

Manuscript Detail

The Stein Quadriptych was likely created in Bruges, and it has been attributed to Simon Bening and associates, ca. 1525-30. This collection of sixty-four miniatures is mounted in four panels, each in sets of sixteen miniatures per panel. The ensemble of miniatures was first cited in scholarly literature as the Stein Quadriptych because the earliest known owner of the collection was Charles Stein until 1886.

The Stein Quadriptych was likely created in Bruges, and it has been attributed to Simon Bening and associates, ca. 1525-30. This collection of sixty-four miniatures is mounted in four panels, each in sets of sixteen miniatures per panel. The ensemble of miniatures was first cited in scholarly literature as the Stein Quadriptych because the earliest known owner of the collection was Charles Stein until 1886.

Same manuscript in 3 stages. 1.The original with 500 years of grime from many fingers. 2. Surface improvement of colors and tones by digital editing. 3. The entire surface removed from the old parchment and       transfered to a clean, brighter parchment.Depending on       your own proclivaties or inclinations you may prefer the original rather than the edited copies.

Same manuscript in 3 stages. 1.The original with 500 years of grime from many fingers. 2. Surface improvement of colors and tones by digital editing. 3. The entire surface removed from the old parchment and transfered to a clean, brighter parchment.Depending on your own proclivaties or inclinations you may prefer the original rather than the edited copies.

The Rochefoucauld Grail, a colourful, illustrated account of the knights of the round table is said to be one of the finest medieval texts in private hands. It was written in Flanders or Artois some time between 1315 and 1323 and probably produced for Guy VII, Baron de Rochefoucauld, head of one of the leading aristocratic families of medieval France.

The Rochefoucauld Grail, a colourful, illustrated account of the knights of the round table is said to be one of the finest medieval texts in private hands. It was written in Flanders or Artois some time between 1315 and 1323 and probably produced for Guy VII, Baron de Rochefoucauld, head of one of the leading aristocratic families of medieval France.

PACINO DI BONAGUIDA Italian illuminator (active 1302-1340 in Florence)

PACINO DI BONAGUIDA Italian illuminator (active 1302-1340 in Florence)

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