St Matthew in the Lindisfarne Gospels by Eadfrith

St Matthew in the Lindisfarne Gospels


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St Matthew in the Lindisfarne Gospels


A page from the Lindisfarne Gospels showing St Matthew. At the beginning of each Gospel in this manuscript an evangelist is depicted. St Matthew is shown at the beginning of his Gospel. He is writing, accompanied by his traditional symbol, the figure of a man, and by a second figure peering out from behind a curtain.

The page is from the Lindisfarne Gospels, one of the most magnificent manuscripts created in the Middle Ages. It was written and decorated at the end of the 7th century by the monk Eadfrith, who became Bishop of Lindisfarne in 689 and died in 721.

Cotton MS Nero D.IV, f.25v.

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  • The British Library Board

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