What's on Talks Sharing the Medieval Book: Manuscripts from St Albans One of the most finely illustrated medieval manuscripts, Matthew Paris’s Book of St Albans, was digitised by the Library of Trinity College Dublin for the first time in 2022. Join us as we meet the team behind this marvellous feat! The thirteenth-century masterpiece features 54 individual works of medieval art and has fascinated readers across the centuries, from royalty to renaissance scholars. Created by the renowned scribe, the Benedictine monk Matthew Paris of St Albans Abbey, the manuscript chronicles the life of St Alban, the first Christian martyr in England. It also outlines the construction of St Albans Cathedral. Meet the team behind the Manuscripts for Medieval Studies project at Trinity College Dublin and learn about the processes involved in getting medieval manuscripts online – from conservation and cataloguing, to digitisation and outreach. As well as Matthew Paris's work, you'll also get a glimpse into another important manuscript produced in medieval St Albans, the twelfth-century West Dereham Bible, which has also been digitised. Both can be viewed online at www.digitalcollections.tcd.ie You'll find out what discoveries they made through these challenging projects, and explore some of the hidden or unexpected insights which the team made into these medieval manuscripts. Image above © The Board of Trinity College Dublin When | Thursday 29 June 2023, 7.30pm - c.9pm Where | Online via Zoom Webinar Cost | £10 (£6 students) Speakers| Digital Collections Team, Trinity College Dublin Recordings All ticket-holders will receive a recording of the event. If you are unable to attend live, please purchase an online ticket. How to Book You can book online here using the button below, or by calling the Learning Administrator on 01727 890212 between 9.30am and 3.30pm Monday to Friday. Tickets will be on sale until 12noon on the day of the event. Please ensure that you provide a current email address when you book. Clergy and Readers in St Albans Diocese have complimentary access to our Adult Learning courses, talks, study days, and reading groups. For clergy/Reader bookings, please email [email protected] with your name and role and we will confirm your place.