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The earliest named French author, Philippe de Thaon, was active in the first half of the 12th century. In this volume ar...
Smaragdus (d. after 825), a Benedictine monk and later abbot of St Mihiel sur Meuse, near Verdun, wrote a commentary on...
The Prophetologion is a lectionary containing readings from the Old Testament, arranged according to the liturgical cale...
Under the leadership of abbot Richard of Fourneaux (r. 1101–1131), a student of St Anselm (d. 1109) and author of numero...
This early twelfth-century Psalter, or book of the Psalms, was copied in an English monastery, probably Canterbury. It c...
An extensive commentary is included in this Psalter, or book of Psalms, probably made in Eastern France during the secon...
After William the Conqueror’s invasion of England in 1066, a dialect of French known as Anglo-Norman became one of the d...
An 11th- or 12th-century Qur’an, written on parchment on paper in an Eastern kufic script, showing important development...
The Opuscula (little works) was a collection of material about history, compiled by Ralph de Diceto (d. c. 1200) at St P...
Probably of Scottish origin, Richard of St Victor (d. 1173) was one of the most important theologians of the 12th centur...
The Deeds of the Kings of the English was written by the Anglo-Norman monk William of Malmesbury (b. c. 1095, d. c 1143)...
Educated in Rome, St Benedict of Nursia (b. c. 480, d. c. 550) abandoned city life and withdrew to the vicinity of Subia...
This remarkable Gospel-book was used at the royal foundation of St Corneille de Compiègne, in the north of Paris,...
This imposing volume includes a collection of letters of Pope Gregory the Great (d. c. 604). It was made in the north of...
The second of a two-volume set, this book contains the Old Testament Book of Job. It also includes part of St Gregory th...