The production of portable Latin Bibles was standardized at the University of Paris in about 1235, and these Parisian Bibles, with their conventional order of Biblical books and specific form of modern chapter division, subsequently became models for small-format Bibles copied throughout France in the mid-thirteenth century.
Featured This Month: Religion
By combining image galleries and original scholarship, this exhibit explores how central North America first became known as the “Frontier” and eventually as the “Heartland.”
This resource brings together manuscript, printed and visual primary source materials for the study of global commodities in world history. The Newberry has contributed several manuscripts to this collection together with other institutions such as, the British Library, the New York Public Library and many others. *Access to this subscription database is only available on-site through any of the Newberry’s public computers.*
This digital collection contains a selection of unique photographs discovered in the Newberry Library’s unprocessed 20th century Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad archives about ten years ago.