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Italian with a French Accent: A Prayer Book Made in Occupied Milan? — Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis

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Fifty-two discoveries from the BiblioPhilly project, No. 29/52 Prayer Book, Philadelphia, Free Library of Philadelphia, Lewis E 207, fol. 2r (miniature of the Annunciation) Up to this point, many of this blog’s posts have dealt with Books of Hours, those ubiquitous devotional tools of the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance. This week, we are…

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