This collection offers a selection of distinguished medieval and post-medieval manuscripts from the King’s Manuscripts. The collection is important for understanding the cultural and intellectual environment of British monarchs from at least Edward IV to George III. They include “treasures” – high-quality, often illuminated manuscript books dedicated and presented to monarchs, manuscripts of important classical texts, examples of intellectual and literary works of the period and the working library of ruling monarchs from Edward IV to George II.
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