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Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy

-painting 69534 The-Meuse-Valley Western painting: Dark Ages and medieval Christendom: The Meuse Valley in the ''Encyclopædia Britannica''. Last accessed 26 December 2009. A group of manuscripts from the less productive scriptorium at Malmedy were donated to the Vatican Library in 1816 by Pope Pius VII, Paul Saenger, ''Space between words: the origins of silent reading'', Stanford University Press, 2000, ISBN 978-0-8047-4016-6, page 192 including the ''Malmedy Bible'' and two lectionaries (lectionary) from about 1300. Judith Oliver, ''Gothic manuscript illumination in the diocese of Liege (c. 1250 – c. 1330)'', Uitgeverij Peeters, 1988, ISBN 978-90-6831-131-0 page 310 Malmedy illuminations show particular closeness with metalwork styles. The Triptych was certainly in the Abbey when it was suppressed in 1792, after the French Revolution. The British Museum: Exhibition of Far Eastern Art, ''The Times'', 15 June 1910 (issue 39 299), page 8, column F. The last prince-abbot, Célestin Thys, Stavelot-Malmedy, Ecclesiastic States, ''Regnal Chronologies''. Retrieved 23 October 2010 carried the triptych to Germany during the Napoleonic Wars, where it remained until 1910, when purchased by a London dealer who sold it to J. P. Morgan.


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