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Associate Professor John Martyn
This free public lecture will focus on an extraordinary illuminated manuscript - made up of forty one letters by Pope Gregory the Great - which is one of a significant group of Latin manuscripts held in the collection of the Ian Potter Museum of Art.
Associate Professor John Martyn has recently published a book on this exciting find. In this lecture, he will analyse this Gregorian manuscript in some detail - including his suggestions as to its most likely place and date of production, as well as an examination of the manuscript's highly unusual capital letters.
More information and registration alumni.online.unimelb.edu.au
Venue: Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building (Bldg 134), located behind the Ian Potter Museum of Art
Presented by the Faculty of Arts in assocaition with the Fine Arts Network.
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