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  • [2006-09-14] Tradition, Innovation, and the Illuminated Manuscript in the Middle Ages 

    Brown, Michelle P.
    "Innovation" was a quality often viewed with suspicion during the Middle Ages-it could even lead to excommunication-yet medieval craftsmen could be remarkably innovative in their work, creating fresh forms and transforming ...
  • [2006-09-14] The Twelfth-Century Origins of the University 

    Jaeger, C. Stephen
    No institution called a "university" existed in Western education before the late twelfth century. What then were the forces that encouraged the foundation of the earliest universities and their organization into a system ...