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"Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted, than when we read it in the original author?"
                                                                              Philip G. Hamerton,
The Intellectual Life, (1873), 4.2, p.186.

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Manipulus
          > Illuminations in Worcester Cath. MS Q.23
          > Charleville-Mézières  Ms 38, fol. 1r (all)

Affiliated Projects

The Digital Liber pharetrae Project

The Compendium moralium notabilium Project

The Manipulus/Scotichronicon Project

The Manipulus/Lucula noctis Project

The Libellus de patientia Project

"Thomas de Hibernia (?) praying to the Virgin and Child" -- Manipulus florum: Charleville-Mézières, Bibliothèque municipale Ms 38, fol.1r (detail)

Copyright image used with kind permission of the Bibliothécaire of the B.M. Charleville-Mézières

©2001-19 Chris L. Nighman
History Department
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada


The editor gratefully acknowledges the financial support for this project and related research that has been provided by SSHRC through a Standard Research Grant (2005-8) and a Connection Grant (2014),
as well as a number of internal grants partly funded by WLU operating funds and partly by SSHRC General Research Grants awarded to WLU.