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=Scientific texts=
 
=Scientific texts=
This includes texts such as [[Bestiary]]s, astronomical texts, [[calendars]], natural histories, etc which attempt to pass on some knowledge of what would be broadly classed science today.  These books may also have served a secondary purpose of entertainment (for example heavily illustrated [[bestiary]]s)
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This includes texts such as [[bestiary|bestiaries]], astronomical texts, [[calendars]], natural histories, etc which attempt to pass on some knowledge of what would be broadly classed science today.  These books may also have served a secondary purpose of entertainment (for example heavily illustrated [[bestiary|bestiaries]]).
 
*Aberdeen bestiary
 
*Aberdeen bestiary
 
*St Alban's Psalter (contains a lengthy calendar)
 
*St Alban's Psalter (contains a lengthy calendar)

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