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A medieval recipe for the spectacularly colored and painted windows that decorated churches built between the 10th and 16th centuries.
The minuscule psalter of Bishop Rupert dates back to the 9th century -- did they have bifocals then?
14th-century recipes from a Benedictine monastery reveal a taste for rich, spicy food.
The Mappa Mundi attempts to pin down locations of the unattainable and the grotesque.
Sometimes restoration projects include unexpected novelties.
Many theories have arisen, but we may never know for sure.
You might know Fra Angelico, but do you know Sister Plautilla Nelli?
She was considered a saint from the early days of the Church, but do we really know who she was? Art might have some answers.
Naïve restoration strikes again.
It could also be the artist’s first self-portrait.