Slujebnicul Arhieresc al Mitropolitului Stefan al Ungrovlahiei
Bucharest, National Academy Library (BAR, ms. ROM. 1790; sec. XVII <1661, Tara Romaneasca; Paper, 114 f.280/190 mm.. Text with black and red ink. Illuminated, majuscule, frontispicii in colour and gold)
Bucharest, National Academy Library (Ester - BAR ms. oriental 405, 1673 Moldova, pergament, roll 1750/173 mm. Ebraic text aschenaz with black ink. Flowered frames and anthropomorphic decorations in red, green, blue and yellow.)
Rome, Italy; Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale (Castro Pretorio). Dipartimento Manoscritti Antichi e Rari. Fondo Vittorio Emmanuele 307 (Vaticinia de Futuri Christi Vicarii ad Cesarem Filium; 1629. 82 pages sewed as a codex. Brought by Cèzar de Nostre-Dame to cardinal Maffeo Barberini) It comprises 80 drawings and/or watercolored images that some book authors link to Catholic Popes in the future. There are several images with probable astrological (astronomical dating) that are very cryptic. Only ten images are commented by handwriting in Latin (seem added by a later interpreter) the other are silent.
Erotocrit-ul from Vincenzo Cornaro,
Bucharest, National Academy Library (BAR ms ROM. 3514; 1787 Tara Romaneasca; 219 f.; 275/195 mm. Text with black ink. Titles and initiales with red ink. Ms illuminated from Petrache logofatul)
Book of kings
Bucharest, National Academy Library (BAR, Ms. oriental nr.333, Ferdousi; Sah-name "Cartea regilor- Book of kings", sec. XIX, paper; 573 f.; 360/220 mm. ta'lik writing. Text on patru four columns in red frame. The manuscript has 77 de miniatures with hunting scenes, fighting scenes or regal palace interiors. The manuscript was Gh. Valentin Bibescu collection)
Bologna, Giulia. Illuminated Manuscripts: The Book before Gutenberg. New York: Crescent Books, 1995.
Calkins, Robert G. Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1983.
De Hamel, Christopher. A History of Illuminated Manuscripts. Boston: David R. Godine, 1986.
Nordenfalk, Carl. Cetic and Anglo-Saxon Painting: Book illumination in the British Isles 600-800. New York: George Braziller, 1977.