Hill Museum & Manuscript Library: Manuscripts Image Gallery

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Through the courtesy of Dr. Columba Stewart OSB and the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, we are pleased to present a sample of monastic manuscripts scanned in Syrian collections. These pages provide a hint of the treasures that have been preserved and those that have been lost. For more information, please visit the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library.

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