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The Vita Sancti Cuthberti (English: "Life of Saint Cuthbert") is a prose hagiography from early medieval Northumbria. It is probably the earliest extant saint's life from Anglo-Saxon England, and is an account of the life and miracles of Cuthbert (died 687), a Bernician hermit-monk who became bishop of Lindisfarne. It was completed soon after the translation of Cuthbert's body in 698, at some point between 699 and 705

The Vita Sancti Cuthberti (English: "Life of Saint Cuthbert") is a prose hagiography from early medieval Northumbria. It is probably the earliest extant saint's life from Anglo-Saxon England, and is an account of the life and miracles of Cuthbert (died 687), a Bernician hermit-monk who became bishop of Lindisfarne. It was completed soon after the translation of Cuthbert's body in 698, at some point between 699 and 705

Saint Georges terrassant le dragonIcône russe1850

Saint Georges terrassant le dragonIcône russe1850

St George and the Dragon, from 'The Golden Legend' by Jacobus de Voragine (c.1228-98) (vellum), Flemish School, (15th century) / © Glasgow University Library, Scotland / The Bridgeman Art Library

St George and the Dragon, from 'The Golden Legend' by Jacobus de Voragine (c.1228-98) (vellum), Flemish School, (15th century) / © Glasgow University Library, Scotland / The Bridgeman Art Library

Saint-Georges et le Dragon. -2/3- L’histoire de la légende

Saint-Georges et le Dragon. -2/3- L’histoire de la légende

Yates Thompson 26, f. 2.  Miniature of a scribe writing at a desk (thought to be Bede), from the preface to Bede's prose Life of St Cuthbert.   Origin: England, N. (Durham)

Yates Thompson 26, f. 2. Miniature of a scribe writing at a desk (thought to be Bede), from the preface to Bede's prose Life of St Cuthbert. Origin: England, N. (Durham)

St Katherine of Alexandria

St Katherine of Alexandria

Saint George and the Dragon   Greek, Ionian Islands School   Mid 17th century   Tempera and gold on gesso and wood   Panel: 42.5 x 32.5 cm

Saint George and the Dragon Greek, Ionian Islands School Mid 17th century Tempera and gold on gesso and wood Panel: 42.5 x 32.5 cm

Horae ad usum Parisiensem [Heures de René d'Anjou, roi de Sicile (1434-1480)]

Horae ad usum Parisiensem [Heures de René d'Anjou, roi de Sicile (1434-1480)]

I think my Greek and Ethiopian Georges need a pal. This Russian ought to do.

I think my Greek and Ethiopian Georges need a pal. This Russian ought to do.

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