Rorate Caeli

Medieval Catholic Treasures on the Web


Mr. Daniel Mitsui (The Lion & the Cardinal), has made available in his personal website transcripts and fac-simile images of some of the most important works of Medieval Christendom, including the Speculum Humanae Salvationis - a familiar title for all those who have admired the most intricate illuminations of Western art.

This admirable effort is an ongoing project by Mr. Mitsui to bring important Medieval reference works to the web; keep visiting his page for updates.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:27 AM

    We are not living in the middle ages anymore.

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