A series exploring ways of engaging with manuscripts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Caladrius by bedside of dying man in Merton College, MS 249, f. 8v. Reproduced with the kind permission of The Warden and Fellows of Merton College, Oxford.
1: Alison Ray on using digital resources to reunite lost libraries
2: Sara Charles prepares her own goatskin parchment at home
3: Leonor Zozaya describes teaching palaeography online during COVID-19 (translated by Angela Boyle) (Spanish version originally posted at paleografia.hypotheses.org)
4: Sebastian Dows-Miller introduces the Merton Beasts project
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