The Book of Kells has been digitized…

The Book of Kells has been digitized… February 11, 2015

and is now available on line for free.

Had a chance to see it when I was in Dublin back in ’06. Very cool. And the Library at Trinity College is the archetypal vision of what an old library should look like.

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  • She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named

    Ooooooh! Yay! I had the great blessing of seeing it in person when I was studying abroad in London in 1997 and took a weekend trip to Dublin. I loved that whole weekend, but the Book of Kells was a special treat. One day, God willing, I’d love to go back and see it again from my now-Catholic perspective. I’ll have to check out the digitized version in the mean time 🙂