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The Echternach Gospels (also known as the Willibrord Gospels) is an 8th-century insular Gospel Book from the library of the monastery of Echternach, Luxembourg. It is now in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris (MS Lat. 9389). The manuscript was written by the same scribe that wrote the Durham Gospels.
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