News | 20. Dec. 2021

The MGH Wish a Peaceful and Relaxing End of the Year 2021

At the end of the year, we would like to thank all those who have visited for their keen interest in our online collection of research resources and information presentations on medieval source studies. It is a great pleasure and motivation for us to know that our website is internationally used and appreciated (in October 2021, we registered vistors from no less than 72 countries around the world). Besides providing our permanent range of information services, we will continue to keep you informed about current work at the MGH in 2022 in our series of digital and - hopefully soon also live - lectures and presentations.

If you haven’t got around to visiting our virtual exhibition: „Between Patriotism and Exclusion – Jewish scholars at the MGH“ (with a 10-minute introductory film), then perhaps the holidays are just the right occasion for doing so:

The MGH library will be reopening for visitors on January 12 2022. For more information, click here.

Frohe Weihnachten und ein gesundes Neues Jahr!
Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year !
Joyeux noël et bonne santé dans la nouvelle année!
Buone feste e un felice anno nuovo pieno di salute e serenità!
Příjemné prožití vánočních svátků, šťastný nový rok, mnoho štěstí, zdraví, osobních a pracovních úspěchů !
Boldog karácsonyt és egészséges új évet!

About the illustration: The engraved ivory plates on the cover of the Salzburg Pericopes were probably made in Southern France or Northern Spain at the end of the 10th century.

A digital copy of the Salzburg Pericopes preserved by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich