I’m working on a project where we are sourcing images from the Bancroft Library at U.C. Berkeley. Last week, I was able to examine the Nuremberg Chronicle from 1493, and snap a few photos. This is the most lavishly illustrated manuscript of the fifteenth century. Here is a lively Danse Macabre, as well as a spot illustration of the moon, printed from woodblocks. The original version of the dance is roughly the same size as the screen on a 20 inch, flat screen computer, so that is definitely a big woodblock.