Daily Archives: 10 Nov 2016

A Medieval Practice I Intend to Revive: The Curse on Book Thieves

In the Middle Ages, creating a book could take years. A scribe would bend over his copy table, illuminated only by natural light—candles were too big a risk to the books—and spend hours each day forming letters, by hand, careful … Continue reading

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A Martin Luther Gallery

This gallery contains 14 photos.


Reformation Thursday

This week the discussion is launched by a quote from John Calvin- “The heavens are filled with God’s grandeur and majesty. His presence graces the earth, saturating creation with goodness and love.” Read it here.

Posted in Modern Culture

Over at the Palestine Exploration Fund Blog…

Last month the four women behind Trowelblazers, a digital platform for crowd-sourced biographies of pioneering women in archaeology, geology and palaeonology, in collaboration with photographer Leonora Saunders launched a new project, Raising Horizons.  Supported by Prospect, Raising Horizons will feature … Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology