25 April – Saint Mark the Evangelist

Modern Hagiography

Roman Martyrology

Sanctorale Catholicum

Lives of the Saints by Alban Butler.

Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould.

The Liturgical Year by Dom Guéranger.

Character Calendar

Pictorial Lives of the Saints

La vie des saints

Our Birthday Bouquet Culled from the Shrines of the Saints and the Gardens of the Poets by Eleanor C. Donnelly.

Pictorial Half Hours with the Saints by Auguste François Lecanu.

Stories of the Saints Third Series by Mary Seymour.

Medieval Hagiography

BHL, Supplement

Eusebius’s Ecclesiastical History

The Golden Legend (and illustrations)

Art & Architecture

Vatican Colonnade

Godescalc Lectionary

Ebbo Gospels

The Church of San Marco in Rome

The Basilica of San Marco in Venice – Smarthistory, Smarthistory, official website.

Four Apostles by Albrecht Dürer – Smarthistory, Panel

Warburg Institute Iconographic Database

A Guide to Christian Iconography: Images, Symbols, and Texts

Kornbluth Photography Historical Archive

Medieval Religion Listserv – 2016 Dillon.

Google Arts & Culture

Sacred and Legendary Art volume I by Mrs. Jameson.

A Handbook of Christian Symbols and Stories of the Saints as Illustrated in Art by Clara Erskine Clement.

A Garner of Saints: Being a Collection of the Legends and Emblems Usually Represented in Art by Allen Hinds.

Lives and Legends of the Evangelists, Apostles, and Other Early Saints by Mrs. Arthur Bell.

The Saints in Art with Their Attributes and Symbols, Alphabetically Arranged by Margaret E. Tabor.

Saints and their Symbols: A Companion in the Churches and Picture Galleries of Europe by E. A. Greene.

Emblems of Saints by Which They Are Distinguished in Works of Art by F. C. Husenbeth.

Sacred Symbols in Art by Elizabeth Edwards Goldsmith.

Music

Medieval Music Database

Customs & Devotions

Meditations for All the Days of the Year by M. Hamon.

The Church Seasons Historically and Poetically Illustrated by Alexander H. Grant.

Heortology: A History Of The Christian Festivals From Their Origin To The Present Day by Heinrich Kellner.

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