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April 21, 2019: Wikipedia article of the Day

Gothic boxwood miniatures are very small religious wood sculptures produced during the 15th and 16th centuries, mostly in today’s Low Countries. They were formed from intricate layers of reliefs often rendered at nearly microscopic levels, with around 150 examples extant today. The majority are spherical beads known as prayer nuts, statuettes, skulls, or coffins; some…