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Ralph de Diceto, Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral from c. 1180 to c. 1199, wrote two historical chronicles, the Abbreviated C...
The Enchiridion (Handbook) by Byrhtferth of Ramsey Abbey (fl. c. 986–c. 1016) is a commentary on the computus, covering ...
A treatise on melancholy by Constantine the African (d. 1098) is inserted into a collection of popular historical and ph...
The History of the Kings of Britain presents a legendary account of the history of Britain composed by the 12th-century...
This 12th-century lectionary, probably produced at Constantinople, takes a distinctive form. The entire text is written...
The Decretum, an encyclopedia of Church or canon law compiled by the Bolognese scholar, Gratian, in around 1140, became...
A bestiary is a book of descriptions and pictures of beasts that combines natural history, Christian allegorical lessons...
Medical compilations in the 12th century tended to be reference volumes, consisting of a variety of important medical tr...
The Venerable Bede (b. c. 673, d. 735), whose greatest work was the Ecclesiastical History of the English People, also w...
Geoffrey of Monmouth’s (b. c. 1100, d. 1154) History of the Kings of Britain was an influential medieval account of the ...
St Augustine’s treatise on the Trinity was one of his most influential works. It concerns Christian theology and doctrin...
This illustrated copy of Church or canon law features the distinctive layout common to medieval legal manuscripts. The m...
Flavius Josephus (d. c. 100) was one of the most important historians of the Greco-Roman era. He was born in Jerusalem,...
This giant Bible includes the entire text of the Old and New Testaments. Each biblical book opens with a large initial l...
Produced in Normandy in the 12th century, this manuscript contains a collection of works by the Venerable Bede (b. c. 67...