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This famous image shows King John, hunting on horseback in the forest. The crowned king sits on a grey horse, while his...
During the 13th and 14th centuries, Magna Carta was frequently copied into chronicles and collections of charters and st...
This is part nine of an Egyptian Qur’an in thirty volumes, written in rayhani script. It was copied in the 14th century ...
King John’s body was taken to Worcester Cathedral for burial, in accordance with his wishes. This later medieval image s...
When John succeeded to the throne of England in 1199, he also came into possession of his family’s ancestral territories...
This finely decorated Korean manuscript contains Volume 32 of the Buddhist scripture called the Avataṃsaka-sūtra, in San...
Map, Parchment, Watercolour, Pen and ink
The Gough Map of the British Isles, acquired by Richard Gough in 1774 from the collections of the antiquarian Thomas Ma...
A 14th-century Hebrew Bible. The manuscript Known as Mikdashyah (Lord’s Sanctuary), the Hebrew Bible was regarded by S...
Illustrated manuscript of the Life and songs of the Yogi Milarepa. Who was Milarepa? Milarepa (1040–1123) was one of th...
The manuscript 'The Rochester Chronicle' is a version of another popular chronicle called the 'Flowers of the Histories'...
This manuscript preserves works by two major Byzantine historians. Ioannes Zonaras (12th century) wrote a chronicle, the...