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'A fabulous... exhibition that celebrates the book itself and the Golden Age of Northumbria that created it, one of the great moments of artistic awakening in these islands', The Guardian (12 July 2003).

The book that made Britain', The Sunday Times (11 May 2003).

Turn the pages of one of the world's most magnificent works of art; understand how and why this great book was made.

Find out about the work of one man on the island of Lindisfarne in the early eighth century. See a sumptuous tapestry of faith, politics, design, fashion and trade on the world stage.

Greek letter Chi from the Chi-rho page of the Lindisfarne Gospels, f. 29r
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