The Book of the Gospels
The Lindisfarne Gospels, now housed in the British Library, are a masterpiece of English Orthodox liturgical art. They were made or rather completed in about 698 A.D. to commemorate the repose in 687 A.D. of St. Cuthbert, the monastery’s most prominent saint after St. Aidan. These Gospels in one volume would originally have been in use on the altar table of the monastic church in Lindisfarne before the Viking raids in 840 A.D. forced their eventual relocation to Durham where they remained until the Reformation.
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