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In the era of PDFs and mass printing, there is something the monastic art of calligraphy and illumination can teach us about work, time, and beauty.
Pinning one of these brooches on your hat or lapel would let everyone you met know you had visited a holy Christian site.
The Getty Museum has one of the finest collections of medieval art in the world.
The manuscripts, all dated between 700 and 1200, are being made available to the general public for the first time, thanks to a collaboration between England and France.
The Bible devotes relatively few passages to the devil, never describing his looks.
That’s a very weird looking cloud right there, Maestro Giotto.
Think this winter is harsh? Try braving it the way they did in the Middle Ages.
And it’s the stuff nerds’ dreams (and maybe sinners' nightmares) are made of.
It's not a New Age fad, that's for sure. They've been around since the 4th century.
Signatures might be important, but they are not essential. Even today.