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A medieval book mended with silk thread - Uppsala University Library. The manuscript dates from the century and it belonged to the monastic library at Vadstena Convent after its purchase in Konstanz in

This is the full front image of a mummy tag or label, for a woman named Anoubiaina. It is written in Greek and made of wood, which was one of the earliest writing materials.  Mummy labels were held by a string around the neck of a mummy, on which the name of the mummified person was written. The above is from the web site. For more information, see the picture of the back side of the label.

This is the full front image of a mummy tag or label, for a woman named Anoubiaina. It is written in Greek and made of wood, which was one of the earliest writing materials. Mummy labels were held by a string around the neck of a mummy, on which the name of the mummified person was written. The above is from the web site. For more information, see the picture of the back side of the label.

Resultado de imagen para codex borgia

Resultado de imagen para codex borgia

The Codex Borgia, a Post-Classic Aztec Manuscript

Codex Borgia, c. 25 (Vatican Library) By Dr. Helen Burgos Ellis / Lecturer in Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies University of California, Los Angeles Mesoamericans made screenfol…

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Benedictine Rule

Anoubiaina mummy-label. Full back picture. Description from this page: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/apis/michigan/input/MiU_apis_20030811.txt  Achmim/Sohag cemetaries, Panopolite nome, Lower Thebaid, Egypt (II-IV c.e.) - Complete. Usual form of a mummy-label. The name is carefully written in large capitals, incised and inked. Dots decorate the ends of verticals. The whole is underlined. The verso skips the last letter, for which there was no space.

Anoubiaina mummy-label. Full back picture. Description from this page: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/apis/michigan/input/MiU_apis_20030811.txt Achmim/Sohag cemetaries, Panopolite nome, Lower Thebaid, Egypt (II-IV c.e.) - Complete. Usual form of a mummy-label. The name is carefully written in large capitals, incised and inked. Dots decorate the ends of verticals. The whole is underlined. The verso skips the last letter, for which there was no space.