Harley Golden Gospels
The Harley Golden Gospels, British Library, Harley 2788, is a Carolingian illuminated manuscript Gospel book produced in about 800-825, probably in Aachen, Germany. It is one of the manuscripts attributed to the "Ada School", which is named after the Ada Gospels. It has four pairs of full-page Evangelist portraits and illuminated "Incipit" pages, canon tables, and other illuminations. As with other examples of the Codex Aureus (i.e. golden books), the text is written in gold ink.