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It’s been way too long since I’ve had a proper session of tablet weaving, trying some more to figure out a good method of weaving twilled pattens without a written pattern… but somehow, there’s always too little time. (Saying “yes” … Continue reading

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Amazing how long my bookmarks list is… the unsorted end of it is getting shorter, though. A large collection of images, although not very searchable and not very straightforward to use (in my opinion, at least) is the Digital Imaging … Continue reading

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After getting sidetracked from getting sidetracked, here we are again – a few more sources for pictures, and this time, I actually have another proper picture database for you. Yay! It’s the Bildindex für Kunst und Architektur, a German-language database … Continue reading

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Arachne is an object database for objects of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI) and the Archäologisches Institut der Universität zu Köln. There’s predominantly really old stuff – we’re talking Antiquity here, so Greek and Roman things prevail. Europeana is an … Continue reading

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And on we go! Or on I go, and you are along for the ride. Well. Whatever. We’ll start today’s list off with another online collections database – that of the National Museums Scotland. If you’re looking for things from … Continue reading

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Did I mention that my list is long? Really, really long? Here we go on, with more links to picture databases and manuscripts: The Utrecht Psalter, dated to 820-830. There’s also a newer, annotated version, where you can get exact … Continue reading

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And on we go. Still lots left… Here is an alternative gateway to browse images from the Bodleian Library. There’s a thumbnail overview for each of the individual manuscripts, and the mss themselves are sorted by century and area of … Continue reading

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