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Re: [BKARTS] Nag Hammadi -- seeking instructions



A great place to start is J. A. Szirmai's Archaeology of Medieval
Bookbinding (1999, Ashgate).

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James R
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Subject: Re: [BKARTS] Nag Hammadi -- seeking instructions

you might want to contact julia miller. juvam@xxxxxxxxxxxx she does a
wonderful workshop on these bindings. j



Quoting Kimberly Byerly <kbyerly1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> Hi folks,
>
> I am looking for instructions or descriptions of how these books were
made.
> Anyone know of a good resource to seek out?  I am interested in making
some
> mock ups with high school age kids.
>
> Thanks, Kim Byerly
>
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