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Kathleen McCallum
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Addams Fernily (PhD.) Oct 17
‘My Wife’s Warship’ is one of the greatest sentences I think a man could ever say.
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 17
God with Adam and Eve; The First Rain in Paradise (Getty Museum)
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J. Paul Getty Museum Oct 16
In this German manuscript, Rudolf von Ems weaves biblical, classical, and other secular texts into a continuous history of the world. This version is a large book, six inches thick, and contains more than 380 miniatures.
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Medieval Manuscripts Oct 16
Somthing to brighten your morning for all the medievalists out there. Here's a list of the 200+ Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and 200+ charters we've digitised and put online
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 15
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 15
Replying to @Peripheralpal
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Kathleen McCallum 12 Jun 15
Things moved at a slower pace in the Middle Ages
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Lindsey Fitzharris Oct 14
5,000-year-old prosthetic eye made from a mixture of natural tar and animal fat. This incredible object was found near the city of Zabol in Iran. The world's earliest prosthetic eye, which was once painted gold, was worn by an ancient priestess who stood 6’ tall.
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Ghastly Rabies Oct 13
Oh God, look at the puffs from his warm little lungs.
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Emily Steiner Oct 13
There is such a thing as too much perspective.
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Matthew Cobb Oct 14
Trying to find accounts of how indigenous Australians view/viewed mind-brain-heart, but have failed. Can Oz twitter or anthropological twitter help?
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New Lands Oct 10
23 October Hearing the Light: Skipping Pylons and the Strange Sound of Silent Motion with Can you 'hear' the silent boinking of this gif? (Thanks )
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Medieval Manuscripts Oct 11
We are delighted to say that our new book is available to pre-order. Medieval Illumination: Manuscript Art in England and France, 700-1200, showcases some of the greatest masterpieces of medieval European art. Order your copy here:
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 11
Look, he's crawling up my wall Black & hairy, very small Now he's up above my head Hanging by a little thread Boris the Spider (The Who)
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Kenneth F. Duggan Oct 10
Don’t worry. It’s just one letter. No one will know you forgot it. (From Additional MS 16964, f.17r)
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Gallica BnF Oct 10
Le blog de Gallica vous propose ce matin de découvrir la Bible de Chartres, magnifique manuscrit d’apparat numérisé grâce au mécénat de la Fondation Polonsky et exposé à partir d'aujourd'hui au . =>
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 10
thanks for the memory. k
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Sjoerd Levelt Oct 10
is anyone here going to be in the BL rare books & manuscripts sometime soon, and could order up an item to take a photo for me?
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Kathleen McCallum Oct 10
It's a lion. The hashtag came from the brilliant as many lions depicted are well...see above :-)
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