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Take a look at the Luttrell Psalter

With over 600 extensively illuminated pages, the Luttrell Psalter depicts the medieval life with lively images. Creative, imaginative and even bizarre miniatures embellish the manuscript with bright colors, gold and silver. Now preserved at the British Library in London, the codex was made around the years 1320-40 in Lincolnshire and represents an exceptional example of English Gothic illumination.

You can learn more about the Luttrell Psalter by visiting Facsimile Finder’s website

See also What is a Psalter?

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