🎧 Manuscripts & Their Makers
🎧 Gone Medieval • 47m
Medieval manuscripts can shed light on some of the most important events of the past. But what about the physical manuscripts themselves? And what can it tell us about the people who made them? In this episode of Gone Medieval, Matt is joined by author Mary Wellesley as they examine the extraordinary work of the people behind the text.
Mary Wellesley is the author of Hidden Hands: The Lives of Manuscripts and Their Makers, published by Quercus Publishing.
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