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It is also considered to be the most accurate copy of St. Jerome’s original translation.
Just as medieval masons drew inspiration from the bestiary they had at hand, contemporary artists blend tradition and pop culture to convey the same eternal message.
A replica of the most famous work by the anonymous “Master of Taüll” is still there in the church, deep in the Pyrenees.
With a new timeline of church construction, experts question what we know of the rise of Christianity in Norway.
The work of the French sculptor Nicolas Chantereine, the sculpture occupies the central niche of the chapel’s altarpiece.
Coptic Egyptian monks saw the ostrich, considered a symbol of stupidity in various parts of the ancient world, in a radically different way.
Apes often appear in the margins of illuminated manuscripts, mostly parodying human actions.
In a time before science dominated medicine, many remedies were meant to soothe the soul, along with the body.
A medieval Castilian legend might shed light on the intricate symbolism of eggs in Christian art.
“I have trodden the winepress alone; and of the people there was none with me.”