Digital Maciejowski Bible online

The Medieval Tymes website is hosting a digitized copy of the Maciejowski Bible, a 13th century manuscript commissioned by King Louis IX (Saint Louis) of France and executed by unknown scribes.

The illumination was completed in Paris around 1300, while the Latin calligraphed descriptions were added in Naples. The Bible eventually made its way to Cracow, Poland in the 16th century where it came into the possession of Cardinal Bernard Maciejowski.

The Medieval Tymes website has images of the illuminated pages with annotations translated into English.