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Deborah Nourse Lattimore

Deborah Nourse Lattimore

American
Illustrator Deborah Nourse Lattimore is a student of Egyptology and an art historian specializing in Egyptian, pre-Columbian, and classical art. She... See more

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Resource Guide

Plumfield Moms Podcast
Podcast

Ancient Manusripts
Released in 2022 by Plumfield Moms Podcast
Available formats: Streaming Audio
Length: 32 min.
View on the Plumfield Moms Podcast site


Reviews

Plumfield and Paideia

The Sailor Who Captured the Sea
Reviewed by Diane Pendergraft
In her prologue, Deborah Nourse Lattimore briefly describes the Book of Kells. As is fitting for a book whose history is so uncertain, she leaves open the question of what drove the makers of the book to complete such a monumental work. Her story is an attempt to put faces and names to the mist-obscured events of the 9th century.

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