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Mapa de Cantino (Ref:B2011)

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Família: Mapas    Tempo: XVI Século

Livro de Orações Alemão da Margravina de Brandenburg (Ref:L2003)

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Família: Livro de Horas    Tempo: XVI Século

Livro de Modelos de Giovannino de Grassi (Ref:B2009)

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Família: Secular    Tempo: XIV Século

O Calendário Dourado de Hildesheim (Ref:41029)

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Família: Religioso    Tempo: XIII Século

King David with two Musicians and two Dancers (Ref:1172)

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Família: Livro de salmos    Tempo: IX Século

Initial In (Ref:1143)

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Família: Evangelhos    Tempo: IX Século

Initial Q (Ref:1143)

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Família: Evangelhos    Tempo: IX Século

In the initial letters of the magnificent sacred manuscripts of the Middle Ages the elemental task of book illustration found its appropriate theme: it is the artistic arrangement of the letters which ceremoniously introduce the words of the gospels. Wall-painting, panel-painting as well as illustrations of scenes in manuscripts stem from a different tradition. But in the initials and their ornamental lines the script-image is dominant as they are literal and decorative at the same time – their size, the colouring, and the gold, serve to emphasize their symbolism.

The Four Evangelists (Ref:1110)

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Família: Evangelhos    Tempo: IX Século

Fountain of Life (Ref:1133)

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Família: Evangelhos    Tempo: IX Século

At easter in the year 827 a ceremony took place in which the relics of St. Sebastian of Rome were transferred to the church of St. Médard at Soissons, northwest of Reims. On this occasion, Emperor Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne and his wife, Empress Judith, who both attended the ceremony, presented the church with several precious objects from the treasury of Charlemagne and this magnificent Gospel Book was among them. It remained in Soissons until 1790, then it was taken to Paris and at the beginning of the 19th century it entered the Bibliothèque nationale

Initial Page to Genesis (Ref:2101)

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Família: Bíblias    Tempo: IX Século

The arrangement of the Bible, as it is known today, with the sequence of its single books is the result of a lengthy development. The fundamental and pathbreaking version of the Bible texts was the Latin translation and new revision which in 382/83 Pope Damasus ordered to be compiled by Jerôme, scholar and later teacher of church. Known as the Vulgate, this version was continually revised and ‘purified’ throughout the centuries. During the ninth century the scriptoria of Charlemagne played a special part in the history of efforts to achieve textual precision in manuscripts. In 781 Alcuin, whom Charlemagne had called from the Benedictine monastery of York, became responsible of the entire education programme of the Empire and he was instrumental in realizing the Emperor’s endeavour.

       
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