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A humble but clearly-written copy of a commentary on Paul’s New Testament letters, with decorated initials articulating textual divisions. Harley 3063, f.126

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An eighth-century copy of the Venerable Bede’s ‘Ecclesiastical History of the English People’, probably made within a generation of his death. Cotton Tiberius A XIV, f.26v

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An eighth-century copy of the Four Gospels, made in Ireland and re-illuminated in tenth-century Canterbury or Winchester. Additional 40618, f.21v

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The Vespasian Psalter, made in eighth-century Kent, with pictures of King David, by tradition the author of the Psalms, and the oldest surviving translation of part of the Bible into English. Cotton Vespasian A I, ff.30v–31

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The Lindisfarne Gospels, an eighth-century manuscript in which calligraphy is combined with intricate decoration. Cotton Nero D IV, f.139

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Sacramentarium gelasianum [Sacramentaire gélasien, dit de Gellone (Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert)]. Date d'édition : 780-800 Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin

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