Category: Manuscripts

Aux amis de la constitution

Gregory C. Jenks | 8 Nov 2022
The Foundation recently acquired a rare and important pamphlet entitled To the Friends of the Constitution relating to the French Revolution. It…

Books of Hours

Gregory C. Jenks | 31 Mar 2022
The CCCRH Foundation now has a collection of 20 medieval Book of Hours manuscripts and the set has recently been…

Open Art Images

Gregory C. Jenks | 9 Oct 2021
The website Open Art Images offers a broad scope of images including many images on Islamic Art. These images can be used…

Hill Museum & Manuscript Library

Gregory C. Jenks | 7 Oct 2021
HMML Authority File (HAF) is an open access database that shares lists of authorities used in HMML’s Reading Room and…

London Polyglot

Gregory C. Jenks | 21 Aug 2021
One of the many delights in my role as the Executive Director for the CCCRH Foundation is to see with…

Islamic Manuscripts

Gregory C. Jenks | 13 Aug 2021
The Foundation has recently acquired a number of Islamic manuscripts. These beautifully decorated texts are part of the Islamic Coins…

Travelling exhibitions

Gregory C. Jenks | 1 Feb 2019
The Centre for Coins, Culture and Religious History has several curated sets of historical material that are available for loan to…

Albert Schweitzer on the Road

Gregory C. Jenks | 23 Apr 2018
Albert Schweitzer is not such a familiar name among younger people these days, but the students at Emmaus College at Jimboomba…

Reformation @ Grafton

Gregory C. Jenks | 5 Feb 2018
The CCCRH travelling exhibition developed to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Europe has now moved to…

Manuscripts in St Catherine’s Monastery Library, Mt Sinai

Gregory C. Jenks | 8 May 2017
The remote monastery dedicated to St Catherine at the foot of Mt Sinai has recently made the news after an…

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