New Website: Walters Ex Libris (Walters Art Museum Manuscripts)

New Website: Walters Ex Libris (Walters Art Museum Manuscripts) online at manuscripts.thewalters.org. Featuring a user-friendly design, the site provides visitors with intuitive search options, including the ability to refine their search by date, geography, subject, culture, and more. It also gives users a chance to coordinate their own online collections by gathering, saving and sharingContinue reading “New Website: Walters Ex Libris (Walters Art Museum Manuscripts)”

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Gothic Ivories News: Conference and Publication

I. Conference Reminder Gothic Ivories: Content and Context Saturday 5 July 2014, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London Sunday 6 July 2014, The British Museum, London Jointly organised by The British Museum and The Courtauld Gothic Ivories Project, this event follows on from the successful 2012 conference Gothic Ivories: Old Questions New Directions (V&A –Continue reading “Gothic Ivories News: Conference and Publication”

Kings Launch “Sharing Ancient Wisdoms” Project

Kings College London have launched their Sharing Ancient Wisdoms project, which is publishing several texts of interest to Medievalists/Byzantinists. For more details see: http://www.ancientwisdoms.ac.uk     Included in the collection: – Gnomological Material in Arabic and in Arabic-Spanish transmission Texts established by Ines Dallaji, Lorenz Nigst, Christoph Storz, Elvira Wakelnig – Arabic Philosophical Compendia and Excerpts ofContinue reading “Kings Launch “Sharing Ancient Wisdoms” Project”

Updates to the Courtauld Gothic Ivories Project

The Gothic Ivories team is delighted to announce that 700 ‘new’ ivory carvings from over 60 different collections are now available online as part of the Gothic Ivories website! (www.gothicivories.courtauld.ac.uk) Highlights include the Musei Vaticani in Rome, the Schnütgen Museum in Cologne, The Burrell Collection in Glasgow, the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht, important collections inContinue reading “Updates to the Courtauld Gothic Ivories Project”