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The Berthold Sacramentary, named after the abbot of Weingarten who commissioned it about 1215–1217, is without question the masterpiece of the Weingarten school of manuscript illumination. It is also one of the finest and most luxurious manuscripts produced in Germany at that time. The artist is unknown but he has been dubed the Master of the Berthold Sacramentary after this book. The top register depicts the arrival of the Magi, guided by the star, with the first king riding into the gold…

MS M.710, fol. 19v

The Berthold Sacramentary, named after the abbot of Weingarten who commissioned it about 1215–1217, is without question the masterpiece of the Weingarten school of manuscript illumination. It is also one of the finest and most luxurious manuscripts produced in Germany at that time. The artist is unknown but he has been dubed the Master of the Berthold Sacramentary after this book. The top register depicts the arrival of the Magi, guided by the star, with the first king riding into the gold…

A page from the 12th-century York Psalter produced in the north of England c.1170 with angular, stylized but vigorous English Romanesque designs. Above, Christ appears with angels to summon his mother into heaven. As Mary is wide-eyed and still alive, Christ does not as yet (as in conventional depictions of this scene) hold her soul in his arms in the form of a small child.

A page from the 12th-century York Psalter produced in the north of England c.1170 with angular, stylized but vigorous English Romanesque designs. Above, Christ appears with angels to summon his mother into heaven. As Mary is wide-eyed and still alive, Christ does not as yet (as in conventional depictions of this scene) hold her soul in his arms in the form of a small child.

A page from the York Psalter (produced in the north of England c.1170 in a vigorous Romanesque style), showing Adam and Eve being expelled from the Garden of Eden; and, below, Adam digging (delving) and Eve spinning.

A page from the York Psalter (produced in the north of England c.1170 in a vigorous Romanesque style), showing Adam and Eve being expelled from the Garden of Eden; and, below, Adam digging (delving) and Eve spinning.

the Nativity -  MS K.26, one of a sequence of 46 Biblical illustrations (c.1270-80) inserted at the front of a fourteenth-century Psalter (English)

the Nativity - MS K.26, one of a sequence of 46 Biblical illustrations (c.1270-80) inserted at the front of a fourteenth-century Psalter (English)

The Marriage at Cana.  Northern English psalter of the late 12th century Byzantizing tradition.  Bodleian Library. Gough Liturg. 2, fol 20.

The Marriage at Cana. Northern English psalter of the late 12th century Byzantizing tradition. Bodleian Library. Gough Liturg. 2, fol 20.

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