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Saturdays Off the 405: You Came, You Saw, You Tweeted

Saturdays Off the 405 wrapped up its 2011 season last Saturday, October 15, but it lives on thanks to you who tweeted, Flickr’d and YouTubed it. Here, highlights!


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      Eye-to-eye with Saint John, from this 16th century Ethiopian gospel book.

      Ethiopia was one of the earliest centers of Christianity, and illuminated manuscripts were an integral part of religious service. 

      This manuscript is written in Ge’ez, the language of early Christian Ethiopia. You can hear this manuscript read aloud here, or…

      Get the full picture here.

      01/28/15

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