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Ennius
Pro EU; research interests in hermeneutics, textual criticism & the classical tradition
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Ennius 7h
"What are they all looking at?" Additional 42130; the 'Luttrell Psalter'); 14th century; f.208r
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Ennius 7h
"Pizza for five please!" Additional 42130; the 'Luttrell Psalter'); 14th century; f.174r
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Ennius 7h
How rude! Additional 42130; the 'Luttrell Psalter'); 14th century; f.36v
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Dominic Casciani 24h
Replying to @BBCDomC
Aidan O'Neill finishes as he began, on a flourish: "Listen to the angels of your better nature and rule this prorogation is unlawful, an abuse of power. This government is showing itself unworthy of our trust. Enough is enough. That is what truth speaking to power sounds like."
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Paul Brand 23h
WATCH: Aidan O'Neill sums up case against proroguing Parliament at the Supreme Court. "The mother of parliaments been shut down by the father of lies. Rather than allowing lies to triumph, listen to the angels of your better nature, and rule that this prorogation was unlawful."
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Sebastian Sobecki Sep 18
Superlatives, with no end in sight. The Devonshire Chaucer (Beinecke Library Takamiya MS 24).
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Ennius 24h
Together as one: Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John Harley MS 2799; 'The Arnstein Bible'; Germany, W. (Arnstein); c.1172; ff.155r, 166r, 173v, 216v
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Ennius Sep 17
Exquisite artwork above the initial words of the four Gospels Add MS 17738; c1170; 'The Floreffe Bible', vol. II (Job - Revelation); Floreffe; ff. 168r, 179v, 187r, 199r
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Ennius Sep 18
John the Evangelist's symbol and the beginning of his Gospel Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 197B: The Northumbrian Gospels; Northumbria or Iona; c.700; pp. 245, 247
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The British Library Sep 18
No 'Here be dragons' - how about 'Here be lions'? Hic abundant leones (here lions abound - top left in the Anglo-Saxon map, 10th century
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Ennius Sep 18
The Evangelists and their symbols in the Book of Cerne Cambridge University Library; MS Ll.1.10; the Book of Cerne; 9th century; Mercia; (c. 820-840 C.E.); ff. 2v, 12v, 21v, 31v
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Mideast Medievalists Sep 18
Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, is looking for a postdoctoral researcher in Archaeology (4 year position) in the NWO VICI-project 'Source of Life: Water Management in the Premodern Middle East (7th-15th century)’.
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Boris Johnson 'out of his depth' after rebuff in talks with EU leader •
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Ennius Sep 17
Historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) at the beginning of Luke's Gospel with a portrait of the Evangelist. Harley MS 2799; 'The Arnstein Bible'; Germany, W. (Arnstein); c.1172; f.173v
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Ennius Sep 18
A different type of portrait of John the Evangelist.. Egerton 609; Gospels; France, W. (Brittany, or Tours?); 9th century; f.78v
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Ennius Sep 17
Historiated initial 'Q'(uoniam) at the beginning of Luke's Gospel with a portrait of the Evangelist. Harley MS 2799; 'The Arnstein Bible'; Germany, W. (Arnstein); c.1172; f.173v
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Ennius Sep 17
Mark writing at the beginning of his Gospel. Harley MS 2799; 'The Arnstein Bible'; Germany, W. (Arnstein); c.1172; f.166r
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Ennius Sep 17
The war in heaven..... Bodleian Library MS. Junius 11; Cædmon Manuscript; 1000; England; f.3
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Ennius Sep 17
Escape, transformation and temptation! 🐍 Bodleian Library MS. Junius 11; Cædmon Manuscript; 1000; England; f.20
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Ennius Sep 17
Noah's longship ark! Bodleian Library MS. Junius 11; Cædmon Manuscript; 1000; England; f.68
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