are used to indicate instructions, rather than read or sung text. The Book of Kells: Proceedings of a Conference at Trinity College Dublin 6-9 September, 1992. The vellum is extremely fine, the transparency of it interfering with reproduction. The leaf, which has been badly cropped across the top, measures 119 x 89 millimetres. his much later and very beautiful leaf of a litany of the saints, includes St Dionysius and his companions.
maruelynge with/ grete reuerence that he wolde be borne of her that was a/ simple creature of his using the single 'thorn' letter, ss being long-tailed, us and vs the reverse of our practice, and n abbreviated with a macron above previous letter.
The manuscript, though giving the date, '1368' on its first folio, is written out circa 1500 at Brigittine Syon Abbey in England, most probably by a Brigittine nun wearing St Birgitta's specified black veil with white crown and cross, joined at the interstices with the five roundels signifying the five wounds of the crucified Christ he following leaf or folio is from an illuminated Psalter made in Italy, circa 1480.
The entire volume was likely bound in beetles, with a clasp to keep its pages flat.
It would have been owned by a monk or a nun and used constantly, the Psalter featuring in all the seven Offices or Hours of Prayer in the monastery and convent. Dublin: Trinity College Library, Scolar Press, 1994.
A similar post was made about Buendia only four days before this post: https://gossip.thedirty.com/gossip/long-beach-2/two-time-mr-olympia-jeremy-buendia-has-some-demons/ Again, it’s anonynmous and allegations are unsubstantiated.
That’s not to say they’re false, but if you expect people to believe this, you need to provide some actual proof.
(I remember, but do not have the citation to, an article by Norman Mailer on this aspect.) Once, on a manuscript scrounge in Belgium, from a train I saw on the side of a barn the most glorious , used for rubricating and decorating manuscripts, rather than tininess), we can see that Hildegard is first given a scroll from the hand of God, Ruusbroec inspired by the Dove of the Spirit.
Writing in the Middle Ages was a communal act, communing with God and with one's book producer.
If you want to study paleography seriously I suggest the now online Otto F.
Ege Portfolio, and the following manuscript leaves, as worthy of study.
To reproduce the Lindisfarne Gospels, St Luke's Gospel, Cotton Nero D. 139, apply to The British Library, The Picture Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB. Il Canzoniere Palatino, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze, Banco Rari 217, ex Palatino 418.