Book of Kells Plaque
The Book of Kells gets its name from the monastery of Kells, County Meath, Ireland, believed to have been brought to Kells following a Viking raid on the monastery on the island of Iona, Scotland, in 806.
The Book of Kells consists mainly of the four Gospels. Also found in the book are so-called canon tables, which are indexes of passages that occur in two or more of the Gospels. Added to these tables, each Gospel has a summary and a preface.
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