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Pic: Copenhagen, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, MS AM 666 b 4to (c. 1270,  Strengleikar, Norse translation of Old French love poems). More info...

Pic: Copenhagen, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, MS AM 666 b 4to (c. 1270, Strengleikar, Norse translation of Old French love poems). More info...

Runekalender fra Norge. Likner på de samiske runekalendre på Nordiska Museet i Stockholm utfra måten den er laget og hva den er laget av.

Runekalender fra Norge. Likner på de samiske runekalendre på Nordiska Museet i Stockholm utfra måten den er laget og hva den er laget av.

A pyx (wooden box for communion wafers) covered with bead embroidery; Lower Saxony, second half of 1200s.

A pyx (wooden box for communion wafers) covered with bead embroidery; Lower Saxony, second half of 1200s.

Book in a heart shape. Kewl.

Book in a heart shape. Kewl.

World’s 10 Most Mysterious Books From obscure religious texts to otherworldly manuscripts, the ten pieces of literature that have most confounded researchers in history. By: Hybrid Librarian. Get merch: http://hybridlibrarian.spreadshirt.com/

World’s 10 Most Mysterious Books From obscure religious texts to otherworldly manuscripts, the ten pieces of literature that have most confounded researchers in history. By: Hybrid Librarian. Get merch: http://hybridlibrarian.spreadshirt.com/

Africa | Processional cross from the Amhara people of Ethiopia | Silver alloy |  Processional crosses are mounted on shafts and carried above people's heads in sacred festivals and sometimes in liturgy. Processional crosses were cast as single pieces by the lost-wax method, which is why each object is unique.

Africa | Processional cross from the Amhara people of Ethiopia | Silver alloy | Processional crosses are mounted on shafts and carried above people's heads in sacred festivals and sometimes in liturgy. Processional crosses were cast as single pieces by the lost-wax method, which is why each object is unique.

Medieval pop-up book, printed in 1455 by Johannes Gutenberg

Medieval pop-up book, printed in 1455 by Johannes Gutenberg

Ever seen a medieval roll hidden inside a book? Meter-long farmer's calendar kept in a binding (HagueKB130E26). - Erik Kwakkel (Twitter)

Ever seen a medieval roll hidden inside a book? Meter-long farmer's calendar kept in a binding (HagueKB130E26). - Erik Kwakkel (Twitter)

“The “Black Book of Hours” is so called, because the parchment was dyed to a deep black colour before it was written and decorated.

“The “Black Book of Hours” is so called, because the parchment was dyed to a deep black colour before it was written and decorated.

Würfel- oder Blocksonnenuhren (polyhedral sundial, 1578) by Hans Koch in Munich - invented by Nicolas Kratzer for Cardinal Wolsey, and found in art by Hans Holbein

Würfel- oder Blocksonnenuhren (polyhedral sundial, 1578) by Hans Koch in Munich - invented by Nicolas Kratzer for Cardinal Wolsey, and found in art by Hans Holbein

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