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  • Collection: The Name of the Rose (1986)

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Franciscan friar, William of Baskerville, and his young novice, Adso, are unexpectedly asked to solve a series of murders in a Benedictine abbey in fourteenth-century Italy.

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In this illuminated manuscript image, Vincent of Beauvais writes book one of his manuscript in a scriptorium. The border of this image contains the Royal Arms of England. In The Name of the Rose, there are several scenes of both the Benedictine…

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In this page taken from a Book of Hours, there are two Franciscan friars. The first friar kneels before James of the Marches, an Italian friar and Inquisitor. The second tonsured friar, James of the Marches, holds a reliquary containing the blood of…

Founded in the thirteenth century by Francis of Assisi, one of the ways in which the Franciscan Order differentiated itself from other Catholic orders was by proclaiming a life of corporate (or absolute) poverty. In Pope John XXII’s Cum inter…

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In this page taken from the Abbey Bible, Franciscan and Dominican friars are singing at lecterns. Throughout various scenes in The Name of the Rose, the Franciscan friar, William of Baskerville is depicted singing along with other friars and monks…
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