From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'The Irish Pocket Gospel Book'. Image: Evangelist miniature of St Luke, Ireland, 750-850.

Evangelist miniature of St Luke, Ireland, Add MS f. (Image: Copyright © The British Library Board)

Book of Deer - Crucifixion: four people around the cross. Ancient Celtic Book.

Illustration from the Book of Deer - Can be viewed at the University of Cambridge Library. Ancient Celtic Book contains script in Latin and Old Gaelic

Nova Bella, una mirada de fe al mundo con el espíritu de María

The Book of Dimma (Dublin, Trinity College, is an Irish pocket Gospel Book originally from the Abbey of Roscrea, founded by St. Cronan in the County Tipperary, Ireland.

From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'St John the Evangelist in the #LindisfarneGospels' Image: London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero D IV, f. 209v.

It's About Time: Illuminated Manuscripts - Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John from Lindisfarne Gospels - British Library Early Anglo-Saxon – Scotland – or

BookDurrowOx - Book of Durrow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ox of Luke (the symbol of St. Luke) - Gospel of Luke, Book of Durrow - Irish - late century

From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'A Medieval Comic Strip'.

Detail of a miniature of Nimrod and the descendants of Ham and Japheth, Egerton MS f. quarter of the century

St. Luke The Book of Deer (Evangelia) is a Gospel Book written in a hand that was current in the period c. 850-1000 and generally dated to the first half of the tenth century.

Luke The Book of Deer (Evangelia) is a Gospel Book written in a hand that was current in the period c. and generally dated to the first half of the tenth century.

The Mac Durnan Gospels, a beautifully illustrated, but little known Irish manuscript.

The Mac Durnan Gospels, a beautifully illustrated, little known Irish manuscript.

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