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Jesse Hurlbut
Zooming in on medieval manuscripts.
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Jesse Hurlbut Oct 2
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 30
Book Three. First recorded instance of break dancing (15th C.)
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 30
This manuscript has many finely finished illuminations (click through to see them), but there are a few with only the underdrawing. It teaches so much about the production process. I'm also impressed with the caliber of the draftsmanship!
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 28
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Sure. I'll be happy to help.
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 25
Looking forward to checking out this special issue!
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 19
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 18
Under the cover of darkness.
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 18
Thanks for being a fan--I hope you've seen part 2 of the article as well:
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 18
I generated some simple presentation software and reconstructed the exhibit in a computer lab for the Kentucky Foreign Language Conference in April 1993. Those were the first distributed images of manuscripts I am aware of.
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 18
In Spring 1993, the Vatican library sent a number of mss to the Library of Congress for the Rome Reborn exhibit (). They posted photos of the whole and text files of the captions on a public FTP site.
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 18
I kept a running log on my DScriptorium site: but I was not aggregating. I did much of the photography and all of the digitization of the material that's on there.
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 17
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Jesse Hurlbut Sep 17
Saint Louis conquist le roy dangleterre
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