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Glory of Byzantium: Arts and Culture of the Middle Byzantine Era, A.D. 843-1261
The book of Dimma was written at St. Cronan’s Monastery, Roscrea sometime in the late 8th century. The book is a copy of the four Gospels written in Old Latin and a blessing to the sick and dying, which was added in the 10th or 11th century. It is one of the ten Irish manuscripts written before 1000 AD that have survived in Ireland.
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The Book of Kells, ca. 800
from A History of Architecture by Fletcher 1963
front piece--History of Arts and Aesthetics II: Carolingian Art
Ivory Plaque with Saint Paul (?) 5th-6th century Ivory