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"By the Rivers of Babylon..." Illuminated Breviary leaf, c.1480, France.

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The leaf includes the entire psalm136 and one line of liturgical chant music.    Despite its appearance, this leaf is almost ... more info
The Song of the Three Children Illuminated Book of Hours leaf, c.1480, France.

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"Whales, and all that move in the waters, bless ye our Lord:    bless our Lord all ye fowls of the air."    Recto: ... more info
Illuminated leaf from a French Book of Hours. c.1475. The Litany of the Saints.

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Recto:   17 lines of text in Latin written on vellum in an accomplished gothic bookhand,  Ruled in red and rubrics in red.    Two ... more info
Gilded initials, Book of Hours leaf. c.1450, France.

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Psalm 121   “I rejoiced in those things, which were said to me: we shall go into the house of our Lord." Recto:   14 lines of ... more info
Marian Antiphons in a Book of Hours. c.1500 vellum leaf, France.

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“Hail, queen of heavens, hail, lady of angels,"   Verso:   16 lines of text in Latin written in a gothic rotunda hand on ... more info
Manuscript Breviary leaf, c. 1475 with jewel-like illuminated initials.

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Sermon by Maximus of Turin Bishop Maximus of Turin admonishes the congregation on the evil of breaking the fast during Lent. He declares that it is a ... more info
The Hours of the Virgin. Book of Hours leaf. France/Flanders, c.1475.

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Recto:   17 lines of text in Latin written on vellum in an accomplished gothic bookhand,  Ruled in red and rubrics in red.  Capitals ... more info
St. Jerome’s biblical commentaries. Incunable leaf, 1498, Venice.

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 The parable of the two eagles and the vine. This Venetian edition of “Commentaria in Bibliam” brings together all of St. ... more info
Book of Hours leaf. France/Flanders, c.1475.

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"Eternal rest give unto them O Lord: and let perpetual light shine unto them." Verso:   17 lines of text in Latin written on ... more info
“The First Steam Train in Japan”. 1872 Colour woodblock print by Kuniteru II.

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Artist:  Kuniteru II (1829 - 1874 ) Title:   “The First Steam Train in Japan”.   Date: 1872. Medium:   Colour ... more info

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