Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art, 2nd ed.
  Price: $25.00
Item #: CC001
Medium: CD

This CD-ROM is not a recording but is an interactive resource introducing the Bible and medieval art in tandem to modern students, who often have little Biblical background needed for medieval studies. It has been brought about by cooperation with such contributing bodies as the Bodleian Library, Canterbury Cathedral, Dr. Jane Hawkes, University of York, Salisbury Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral, Aberdeen University Library, The British Library, English Heritage, Lambeth Palace Library, St. Godehard's Church, Hildesheim, York Minster, All Souls College, Oxford, The British Museum, Glasgow University Library, Lincoln Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey.

A digital resource working on both PC and Mac, the CD-ROM brings alive the story of the Bible through rich treasurees of medieval art: 180 stunning images from medieval stained glass, manuscript illumination, and sculpture, together with background material explaining the doctrinal and art historical background and terminology. As Professor Helen Cooper of the University of Cambridge has said of this CD-ROM, "Magnificent images and clear text. A wonderful introduction to medieval art, literature, and spirituality." This is the 3rd edition of this CD-ROM.

Readers: The contributors to this Christianity and Culture are numerous. See the cover of this CD-ROM.
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