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Research Consultant and Fellow
Melbourne College of Divinity

Honorary Professor
School of Culture and Communication


University of Toronto


Medieval Studies

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Professor Bernard Muir Professorial Fellow


The Book of Kells and the Art of Illumination [cached]

Associate Professor Bernard J. Muir, The University of Melbourne

Evellum - Inside the Scriptorium 1 [cached]

Bernard J. Muir Writer/Director

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The DVD has an informative introduction and voiceover by Professor Bernard J Muir (University of Melbourne) and includes a description of the various stages of making inks and binders by David Coles, who manufactures artists' supplies in Melbourne for worldwide distribution.

Evellum - Inside the Scriptorium 2 [cached]

Bernard J. Muir Writer/Director

The DVD has an informative introduction and voiceover by Professor Bernard J Muir (University of Melbourne) and includes a description of the various stages of illuminating an initial and of making pens from quills. The filming includes fine close-ups of the illuminator at work, and two scribes are recorded writing a variety of medieval scripts; there is also a segment showing a scribe incising text onto a wax tablet.
A bonus DVD of supplementary resources includes a folder containing an essay describing the art of the illuminator by Ursula Betka; Bernard J Muir contributes essays on errors, corrections, insertions and deletions, manuscript punctuation, and the medieval Latin abbreviation system; and, there are short essays by Nick Sparks on scriptorium personnel and manuscript glossing.

Sparks, Nicholas A. (Univ. of Sydney) ... [cached]

Sparks, Nicholas A. (Univ. of Sydney) and Bernard J. Muir (Univ. of Melbourne), The Peterborough Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc 636; Witness 'E'), Bodleian Digital Texts Series 4, dvdIP.

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