About History – XI Century Gilded Bible

A beautiful XI century gilded Bible that had been on display in the central hall of the president’s palace was given by the President of Georgia to the National Center of Manuscripts. The president was presented with the Bible during his visit to the United States in 2004.

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones.

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones.

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

The beautifully illustrated XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

The beautifully illustrated XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

The President of Georgia presents a Bible decorated with precious stones to the National Center of Manuscripts.

The President of Georgia presents a Bible decorated with precious stones to the National Center of Manuscripts.

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

XI century gilded Bible decorated with precious stones

Photos courtesy of the President’s Administration.

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3 Responses to “About History – XI Century Gilded Bible”
  1. rumpydog says:

    How intricate!

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