Article: Medieval women’s early involvement in manuscript production suggested by lapis lazuli identification in dental calculus

Unfortunately, the degree to which women were involved in Medieval art and bookbinding has been lost to history. This article from ScienceAdvances details a discovery in the teeth of the remains of a Medieval nun that suggests women may have been more involved in the medieval arts than had previously been thought.

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