Spacetime in Manuscript Studies

Over the last two weeks, we’ve been looking at visualizations of Piers in space (with maps and regions) and Piers copying in time. Of course, neither of these slices of data exists exclusive of the other, so this week we are going to put both space and time into animated graphics to help us to visualize the movement of Piers through both space and time.



In this map, we have a time-lapse animation of when Piers manuscripts appeared and where. Continue reading Spacetime in Manuscript Studies