Illumination and the Scribal Arts

Below are the links to information on Illumination and examples of hand done illuminated scrolls or scroll blanks.

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For more information, contact Baroness Aliyah.

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This is the offical webpage of infomatition for creating an SCA award scroll in the Middle Kingdom.

Master RanthulfR is known in the mundane work as Randy Asplund - a renowned scholar/teacher/artist of Medieval Illuminated Manuscript Book Arts, Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Historical Art.

Click above to find the Scribes of Thescorre Scribal Guild website!

Treasures of Manuscript Illumination from Philadelphia Collections is a project of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries.

Fine Art, Rare Books, Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts, First Editions, Maps and Atlases, Natural History, Masterpieces of Book Illumination, Books of Hours, Medieval Medicine, Facsimile editions and Replicas, A.D. 500 – 1465.

The Willamette University Archives and Special Collections include this 15th century book of hours that can be viewed online.

The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. It contains the four gospels, preceded by prefaces, summaries, and canon tables or concordances of gospel passages. At Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.