The Sinope Gospels (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS gr. 1286, also known as the Codex Sinopensis) is a fragment of a 6th century illuminated Greek Gospel Book. Beheading Of John the Baptist Gospel Book, Byzantine Inspiration, Book Worth, Century Illuminated, Christian Art, Illuminated Letters, 6Th Century, National Library, Late Antiques
Moses before the Pharaoh, a 6th-century miniature from the Syriac Bible of Paris.
Holy marc the evangelist, fol. 111 Illustrated Thirteenth-Century Book of the Four Gospels in Greek and Latin Production place : Constantinople Date / period : Second half of the thirteenth century Materials and techniques : Manuscript on parchment ; 364ff Dimensions : Height 33.5 cm; Length 20 cm Conservation town : Paris Conservation place : Bibliothèque Nationale de France Inventory number : gr. 54
The Hereford Gospels (Hereford, Hereford Cathedral Library, MS P. I. 2) is an 8th-century illuminated manuscript Gospel Book in insular script minuscule script, with large illuminated initials in the Insular style. The manuscript was likely produced either in Wales (like the Ricemarch Psalter and possibly the Lichfield Gospels) or in the West Country of England near the Welsh border.