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  • Ceolfrith Bible fragments

    Manuscript

    Abbot Ceolfrith (d. 716) of Wearmouth-Jarrow in Northumbria commissioned the production of three massive, single-volume...

  • Codex Bigotianus (first of two volumes)

    Manuscript

    Gospel readings are a fundamental part of the Mass, and therefore Gospel-books were among the most essential possessions...

  • Echternach Gospels

    Manuscript

    The monastery of Echternach, now in Luxembourg, was founded by the Northumbrian monk, Willibrord (b. 658, d. 739), in 69...

  • Greek–Latin glossary

    Manuscript

    This manuscript was used by scholars in 8th-century western Europe to learn Greek. The bulk of the volume is taken up by...

  • Hymns from Sinai

    Manuscript

    This small volume contains fragments of hymns written in the 8th and 9th centuries at the Monastery of St Catherine on M...

  • Letter from the Governor of Egypt

    Papyrus

    There are a good number of surviving letters written by Qurra ben Sharik (in office between 709 and 714), Governor of Eg...

  • Lindisfarne Gospels

    Manuscript

    The Lindisfarne Gospels has long been acclaimed as the most spectacular manuscript to survive from Anglo-Saxon England....

  • Merovingian copy of St Gregory the Great's Moralia...

    Manuscript

    Pope Gregory the Great (d. 604) is one of the Latin Doctors of the Church. Amongst his many influential works is a comme...

  • Ruthwell Cross

    Carved stone

    Made in the 8th century, the Ruthwell Cross is one of the most impressive monuments to survive from the Anglo-Saxon peri...

  • St Gregory the Great's Commentaries

    Manuscript

    Gregory the Great (b. c. 540, d. 604) was a reformer of the early Church, whose writings offered practical wisdom and mo...

  • The Ma'il Qur'an

    Manuscript

    The Ma'il Qur'an is one of the very earliest Qur'ans in the world, dating back to the eighth century. Not only that, but...

  • Trilingual sale contract from Islamic Egypt

    Manuscript

    This contract on papyrus is dated 14 August 758 CE and records the sale of a building by Senuthius, son of Enoch, to Aar...