When a 10th century Codex arrived at The Conservation Center for treatment earlier this year, we were all intrigued by the craftsmanship of this rare volume. This surviving example of a medieval Christian text contains the Gospels of Luke and John. Apparently these 37 leaves of vellum were found in an attic of an old house in Constantinople—now Istanbul, Turkey—many years ago. Before treating this book, we had to properly examine every page and determine the best conservation method. So why not produce a stop-motion video that showcases the Codex, cover to cover?