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Composed by two scribes in the 10th century, this composite manuscript contains letters and poems by authors including G...
One of the oldest surviving Hebrew biblical codices. Why is it important? This manuscript is one of the oldest surviving...
Written in Old English, The Marvels of the East is part travel guide, part quasi-zoological description, based on the Li...
The Narratio Metrica de Sancti Swithuno by Wulfstan of Winchester is the longest surviving Latin poem written in England...
Produced at Noyon Cathedral in the late 10th century, this manuscript is a Sacramentary—a collection of all the texts ne...
The Psychomachia (War of the Soul) is a work of allegory in which seven Virtues and seven Vices battle for possession of...
The theological treatises of Gregory of Nazianzus (c. 329–389?) were hugely important for the Greek church in the Middle...