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Scroll, Woodblock printed scroll
This copy of the Diamond Sūtra in Chinese language, complete with a beautifully illustrated frontispiece, is the world's...
Commentaries by St Jerome (d. 420) on the Bible could be found in the collections of many monastic libraries in England ...
This eighth-century copy of St Jerome’s (b. 347, d. 420) Commentary on the Old Testament book of Isaiah is an early vers...
St Jerome made several translations of the Psalms into Latin. One of these is known as the Hebraicum because it was made...
This manuscript comes not from India or Iran, the lands associated today with the Zoroastrian religion, but from Dunhuan...
This scroll was discovered in Cave 17 (known as the Library Cave) in Dunhaung, China, as such, it is believed that this...
Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People was completed in 731. The work tells the story of the conversion of ...
The Vespasian Psalter is an early copy of a Latin revision of the Psalms (the Romanum or Roman version) associated with...
According to an inscription on one of the manuscript’s pages, this small copy of the Psalms was once owned by Æthelstan,...