The Morgan Picture Bible
Links to online images of the entire Morgan Picture Bible in the Morgan Library and Museum. Also provides further information such as provenance.
The Psalter of Louis IX
Links to images of the Psalter of Louis IX viewed through Gallica Labs, the program used by the Bibliotheque nationale de France to offer high-resolution images of manuscripts online. Also provides further information such as provenance. Website in French.
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Paris, Matthew. Chronicles of Matthew Paris: Monastic Life in the Thirteenth Century. Translated by Richard Vaughn. Gloucestershire: St. Martin's Press, 1984.
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Abels, Richard. “Cultural Representations of Warfare in the High Middle Ages: The Morgan Picture Bible.” In Crusading and Warfare in the High Middle Ages: Realities and Representations, edited by Simon John and Nicholas Edward Morton, 13-35. Burlington: Ashgate Publishing, 2014
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Guest, Gerald B. “Between Saul and David: Picturing Rule in the Morgan Library Old Testament.” In Between the Picture and the Word: Manuscript Studies from the Index of Christian Art, edited by Colum Hourihane, 72-80. University Press: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005
Guest, Gerald B. “The People Demand a King: Visualizing Monarchy in the ‘Psalter of Louis IX.’” Studies in Iconography 23 (2002): 1-27.
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Le Goff, Jacques. Saint Louis. Translated by Gareth Evan Gollrad. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2009.
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