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  1. Lady Mary Luise Wellesley (born 16 December 1986) is a British writer and historian specialising in Medieval studies. She has authored two books, Hidden Hands: The Lives of Manuscripts and Their Makers and The Gilded Page: The Secret Lives of Medieval Manuscripts . Early life, family, and education.

  2. 20 de out. de 2021 · SMART NEWS. The Unheralded Women Scribes Who Brought Medieval Manuscripts to Life. A new book by scholar Mary Wellesley spotlights the anonymous artisans behind Europe’s richly illuminated...

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  3. r Mary Wellesley is an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Historical Research and an Associate Member of Oxford University’s English Faculty. M ary’s first book, Hidden Hands: the Lives of Manuscripts and Their Makers was published by Quercus in the UK in October 2021, and by Basic Books in the US as The Gilded Page: The Secret Lives of ...

  4. Lady Mary Luise Wellesley (born 16 December 1986) Lady Charlotte Wellesley (born 8 October 1990); who attended Oxford University reading archaeology and anthropology. On 15 July 2015, her engagement was announced to Colombian billionaire Alejandro Santo Domingo , uncle of Tatiana Santo Domingo , wife of Andrea Casiraghi .

  5. 30 de jan. de 2016 · Daily Mail. LADY MARY WELLESLEY. 2016-01-30 -. SOCIETY girl and Duke of Wellington’s daughter, Lady Mary, 30, might be a touch academic for Harry, as she read English at Oxford and is studying a 15th-century poet for her PhD. It is unlikely that Medieval manuscript­s have been bothered by Harry.

  6. Lady Mary Luise Wellesley is a British writer and historian specialising in Medieval studies. She has authored two books, Hidden Hands: The Lives of Manuscripts and Their Makers and The Gilded Page: The Secret Lives of Medieval Manuscripts.

  7. ‘Textual Lyricism in Lydgate’s Fifteen Joys and Sorrows of Our Lady’ Middle English Lyric: New Readings of Short Poems, Julia Boffey and Christiana Whitehead (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2018), pp. 122–138.