The Winchester Psalter Miniature Cycle
This facsimile includes a cycle of miniatures depicting scenes from the
Old Testament, the lives of Christ and the Virgin Mary, and the Second
Coming and Last Judgment. The original psalter was created in the 12th
century under the patronage of Henry of Blois in Winchester, England.
A psalter is a book of psalms. Psalms are a collection of religious
verses that were recited or sung in Jewish and Christian worship and are
included in Bibles. A psalter also contains other devotional material
such as the liturgical calendar and the litany of the Saints.
Find the Winchester Psalter Miniature Cycle in the UNT Library