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About the Library
Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive Blog
Worcester Cathedral Library contains nearly 300 medieval manuscripts, 5500 printed books, and 20,000 archival documents. The aim of this blog is to open up the fascinating collection of a Medieval English Cathedral to the wider world.
Fishing around in the Archives
St Gregory at the Scriptorium: A Brief History of Manuscript Making at Worcester
Edward the Confessor: A Visitor to Worcester?
Kings and Bishops – The Uhtred Charter and Anglo-Saxon Land Rights
Buried Treasure III: Early Fragments in Later Books
Early English Poetry in a Worcester Manuscript
The Tremulous Hand of Worcester and the Transformation of the English Language
Lost Manuscripts Discovered by Sir Thomas Phillipps
Hemming’s Cartulary: How to Organise a Medieval Library and Archive
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