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Here are 10 Best Medieval Manuscripts Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. Trinity College Dublin Blog

Trinity College Dublin Blog Research Collections is comprised of four separate collections - Early Printed Books, Manuscripts and Archives, Maps, and Music. This blog will publis...h posts from each of these departments, as well as from the Preservation and Conservation department. It will also include posts describing specific projects associated with any one of these departments.more
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2. Text Manuscripts Blog

Text Manuscripts Blog Welcome to the Medieval Text Manuscripts Blog! This blog highlights what makes our text manuscripts particularly interesting and appealing to us - an...d (we hope) to you too! Here we explore what these books can tell us about how they were made and used. We also share what we know of their most fascinating and unusual content, makers, and owners.more
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3. Medieval Manuscripts Provenance Blog

Medieval Manuscripts Provenance Blog Medieval Manuscripts Provenance Blog is a blog that writes about observations of medieval manuscripts.
1 post / week DA 30 Get Email Contact

4. Medieval Manuscripts Blog

Medieval Manuscripts Blog London, England, UK
The British Library is home to world-class collections of manuscripts including papyri, medieval illuminated manuscripts and early modern state papers.... Our ancient, medieval and early modern manuscripts blog promotes the work of our curators, who are responsible for these items and thousands more, including medieval historical and literary manuscripts, charters and seals, and early modern manuscripts.more
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5. German Manuscript Deutsche HandSchriften Blog

German Manuscript Deutsche HandSchriften Blog Manuscripts from German-Speaking Lands is a three-year collaboration between the Bodleian Libraries in Oxford and the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolf...enbüttel. Funded by The Polonsky Foundation, the project seeks to open up the medieval German manuscript collections of two world-class libraries for research and reuse.more
8 posts / quarter DA 92 Get Email Contact

6. Manuscript Road Trip

Manuscript Road Trip Hi! I'm Lisa Fagin Davis. I have received my PhD in Medieval Studies from Yale University in 1993. In this blog, I'll be taking readers on a (...virtual) state-by-state tour of manuscripts in the lower 48, focusing on less-well-known collections, some in very surprising locations.more
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7. Medieval Books

Medieval Books I am a Professor at the iSchool (Library, Archival and Information Studies) at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, where I teach and conduc...t research on the History of the Book. My primary interests are medieval book design and communication in the premodern world, before the invention of the printing press.more
1 post / year DA 49 Get Email Contact

8. For The Wynn Blog

For The Wynn Blog After years of research into Anglo-Saxon literature and religious practice, I've started this blog in order to share some of the fascinating thing...s I've come across, the small things that don't make it into my formal publications. I mostly write about Anglo-Saxon prayer, liturgy, medicine, and manuscript studies - inevitably, most of my posts revolve around my small group of pet manuscripts - but I sometimes branch out into other subjects, such as Middle English literature, museums and exhibitions, and academic life.more
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9. Teaching The Codex Blog

Teaching The Codex Blog Teaching the Codex is run by Tristan Franklinos and Mary Boyle. Tristan came to paleography through Classics and Mary through medieval English. They b...egan to compare approaches during their Master's degrees at Merton College, Oxford, and discussions with fellow postgraduates made clear the variety of teaching methodologies out there.more
1 post / year DA 28 Get Email Contact

10. ARMA

ARMA The project aims to show how medieval reading culture evolved and became a fundamental aspect of European culture. The project will deliver 20,000 ite...ms created between the years c. 500 and c. 1550 to Europeana, among which medieval manuscripts, early printed books, and other objects.more
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