Posts about Bodleian Library
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A small plan of the village I'm making for an RPG map! Built the library myself (at the back) with inspiration from the Bodleian Library. Plans to include some shopsso the player can sell different items! If you want to follow this map project, Our Discord link is in the comments!
Oldest manuscript of the Bhagavad Gita, dated to 1492, currently kept in the Bodleian Library, Oxford