English professor, students restore medieval manuscript
On Feb. 13-14, 1945, a firestorm consumed large parts of Dresden, reducing much of the German city’s baroque treasures to charred rubble. British and American bombers dropped 3,900 tons of bombs and other incendiary devices in the infamous two-day World War II attack.
Gregory Heyworth, UM associate professor of English, adjusts the manuscript during the illumination process.
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