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Epistle Lectionary, Illuminated Manuscript

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An image of Epistle Lectionary. Eburnant (artist). Illuminated manuscript. Circa 960-980 A.D. Frankish Kingdom, Reichenau.

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Epistle Lectionary. Eburnant (artist). Illuminated manuscript. Circa 960-980 A.D. Frankish Kingdom, Reichenau.

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  • Accession Number: Ms McClean 30
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
  • Photographer name: Andrew Morris
  • Image height: 722 pixels
  • Image width: 1024 pixels
  • Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.7 (Macintosh)
  • Filesize: 199.87kB

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10th Century Date Department Fitz_MSPB Frankish Medieval Middle Ages Object Type Other Keywords Workflow _WF_AdOK _WF_OPACtd _WF_PCtd calligraphic calligraphy epistle illuminated manuscript parchment

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