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The Venerable Bede (b. c. 673, d. 735), whose greatest work was the Ecclesiastical History of the English People, also w...
St Augustine’s treatise on the Trinity was one of his most influential works. It concerns Christian theology and doctrin...
The Decretum, meaning a series of decrees, was the first of six volumes of the laws of the Church, known as canon law. S...
The Book of Psalms was translated into French in the first half of the twelfth century. It became one of the most popula...
A unique compilation of Latin moral, grammatical and historical treatises was collected by Geoffrey of Ufford in the 12t...
Gilbert of Poitiers (d. 1154), or Gilbert de la Porrée, was a French scholar and theologian, who lectured at the ...
This 12th-century copy of the Old Testament book of Ezekiel may have been produced at the Cistercian monastery of Founta...
From an early date, Church Fathers and theologians wrote commentaries on the Bible, which survive in numerous copies. Th...
Goscelin was a monk and writer from the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Bertin, in northern France, who wrote during the late...
This copy of the Gospels was written in the 12th century in the Eastern Mediterranean. It includes decorated headpieces...
This Greek Gospel lectionary contains exquisite decorated headpieces, characteristic of the style of 12th-century Byzant...
Manuscripts containing the Lives of the Saints, organised according to their feast days, were very popular in the Byzant...
This manuscript of the four Gospels in Greek is lavishly illuminated. It contains not only the usual four portraits of t...
Containing the text of the psalms in parallel Greek, Latin, and Arabic versions, the Harley Trilingual Psalter bears elo...
The writings of the Christian theologians of the first millennium were hugely important for the Byzantine church. Someti...