A trio of charters for An Tir based on Romanesque manuscripts. Done summer of 2016.
Based on a combination of this A from the St Albans Psalter.
And this A from the Bury Bible. http://www.stedmundsburychronicle.co.uk/BBopt/f136.jpg
A Leo Minor charter. Design, calligraphy and text by me.
‘Unto all Antir, and all her principalities and baronies and shires, from Kjartan King and Sha’ya Queen, greetings. Knowing that our youth are the hope and future of our realm, and being right pleased with one (recipient), We do today hereby enter them into the rolls of the Leo Minor. By our hand and seal this day of month Anno Societatis LI. ‘
Based on this U from the Bury Bible. http://www.stedmundsburychronicle.co.uk/BBopt/f128.jpg
A Good Booth charter. Design and calligraphy by me, text written by Nicolai Rabenis von Tachov.
Based on this E from a 12th century bible. http://bvmm.irht.cnrs.fr/consult/consult.php?mode=ecran&panier=false&reproductionId=11369&VUE_ID=1311797&carouselThere=false&nbVignettes=4×3&page=3&angle=0&zoom=petit&tailleReelle=
“Color Plates of The Bury Bible.” Color Plates of The Bury Bible. Web. 05 Aug. 2016. <http://www.stedmundsburychronicle.co.uk/BBopt/page_01.htm>
“The St Albans Psalter Project. University of Aberdeen.” The St Albans Psalter Project. University of Aberdeen. Web. Aug. 29 2016. <https://www.abdn.ac.uk/stalbanspsalter/index.shtml>
“View Parker Library on the Web Manuscript Pages.” View Parker Library on the Web Manuscript Pages. Web. 09 Aug. 2016. <https://parker.stanford.edu/parker/actions/page_turner.do?ms_no=2I>.