When Wiki Won’t Work: The Vatican's Big "Oops!"

 Any typos in this article shall be blamed on the typist’s incessant giggling. The Vatican’s Secret Archives—arguably the world’s largest historical research institution—contains some 52 miles of shelves, on which are stored things known and unknown:  precious documents from the Middle Ages and earlier; manuscripts and artwork; papal bulls and stuccoed walls; letters from Michelangelo; Henry VIII’s Bill of Divorcement; original works by Thomas Aquinas; and so much more. In all, the Archives … [Read more...]