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Kathleen McCallum
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Jerry Saltz 19h
Me in the NYC Subway talking to people about Picasso’s “Guernica”, 1937. ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️ People are brilliant about art. Art is not a club. ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️ Stay turned to 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 Criticism Never Sleeps
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Christina Duffy 9h
Our ( & ) paper in , A Journal for the Study of Manuscript Fragments, is out; Reconstructing Burnt Anglo-Saxon Fragments in the Cotton Collection
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Kathleen McCallum 9h
Replying to @BLMedieval
Hehehe Bonnacons!
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Kathleen McCallum 9h
Replying to @JonathanHsy
<333 ya!!! K
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Jonathan Hsy 9h
I want this to be a new medieval-themed superhero team/franchise
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AV DRepe 10h
Grey spots fungi, white spots worms. The picture itself is an allegory on unlawful lovemaking and the dear consequences. Certainly the earliest I have ever seen.
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AV DRepe 10h
This book picture (1493-1494) is an allegory on unlawful lovemaking and the dear consequences. The earliest one I have ever seen. Note the color combinations. To me a surprise is the dark yellow gown of the queen.
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Kathleen McCallum 9h
Replying to @kneistonie
Brilliant!!! Thank you for the input. K
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Kathleen McCallum 10h
Curious about damage on this image. Ideas anyone? La Bible des poetes[Paris, Antoine Vérnard, 1493–94]: IC.41148, f. 1v Mansion's manuscripts in Bruges
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Kathleen McCallum Dec 10
Replying to @rmathematicus
:-D
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Land of cuteness Dec 8
The rare Swedish Vallhund. They're basically Wolf Corgis..
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BL Hebrew Project Dec 10
Love this image of Samson & the 🦁 from the spectacular 13-14th century North French Miscellany (Add MS 11639). The whole manuscript can be seen online here
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Eton College Library Dec 6
One of the many joys of being visited by is that we get to get some of our favourite pretties out! (If you're wondering why all the librarians and archivists are not in this picture, we have them safely in a tower somewhere. They may return. Or not).
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Kathleen McCallum Dec 10
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Kathleen McCallum Dec 10
inter alia - You use inter alia, meaning 'among other things,' when you want to say that there are other things involved apart from the one you are mentioning.
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Medieval Manuscripts Dec 10
Today's Object of the Day from the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition is one we think might have been written by a child (or at least a learner). Can you spot the mistake in this alphabet, copied into the margin of a book of letters?
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Kathleen McCallum Dec 9
Replying to @freyjawaru @themet
Thank you!!!
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Kathleen McCallum Dec 9
The Cloisters Apocalypse : I, an early fourteenth-century manuscript in facsimile
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