Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: No scope note in LCSH; AAT Note: [Medieval] Refers to the period beginning in the Christianized Roman Empire in the fifth century and lasting until the Renaissance, which began in the 13th to the 15th century CE, depending upon which country is being discussed. The variety of styles that developed during the Medieval period are generally characterized by an evolution of the Greco-Roman tradition to incorporate Christian themes, the energetic spirit of the Celtic and Germanic peoples, and the thriving new towns populated by free men.
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Overview Includes 1 box with 10 leaves from Medieval manuscripts on vellum, including excerpts from manuscripts, commentary on canon law, and devotional materials. Collection of manuscripts purchased as teaching tools for Special Collections and medieval studies classes.
Dates: Other: c. 1250-1300