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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.
Some early commentators suggest the magi were Persian, but others affirm they were Jews from Yemen.
In the Middle Ages carolers were viewed as troublesome pests ...
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.