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The division of work in the Harley Psalter
Noel, William. • p. 1-15

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The Cutbercht Gospels and the earliest writing center at Salzburg
Tholl, Susan E. von Daum. • p. 17-37

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How fast did scribes write?: Evidence from Romanesque manuscripts
Gullick, Michael. • p. 39-58

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"De coloribus et mixtionibus": the earliest manuscripts of a Romanesque illuminator's handbook
Petzold, Andreas. • p. 59-65

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The Willehalm Master and his colleagues: collaborative manuscript decoration in early-fourteenth-century Cologne
Holladay, Joan Adrian. • p. 67-91

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Decorative penwork and book production: evidence for localizing Northern Nederlandish manuscripts
Hülsmann, Margriet. • p. 93-110

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You can't tell a pigment by its color
Porter, Cheryl A.. • p. 111-116

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Punched decoration in central European manuscript illumination
Frinta, Mojmír Svatopluk. • p. 117-132

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The illuminated manuscript in the age of photographic reproduction
Watson, Rowan. • p. 133-143

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Imposition in manuscripts: evidence for the use of sense-sequence copying in a new fragment
Smith, Margaret McFadden. • p. 145-156

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Carolingian bindings in the Abbey Library of St Gall
Szirmai, Janos A.. • p. 157-179

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Some twelfth-century monastic bindings and the question of localization
Sheppard, Jennifer Mary. • p. 181-198

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Assembly marks in the Vivian Bible and scribal, editorial, and organizational marks in medieval books
Budny, Mildred. • p. 199-239

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A bibliography of medieval painting treatises
Gullick, Michael. • p. 241-244