Below is a short video representing two layers of the map I created showcasing the movement of Gospel books into, from, and through Anglo-Saxon England. In the example below, the first movement of a given item is represented by a green line; secondary movement is represented by the purple. As the cursor moves over the connections, the location names are labelled. The platform used to make this initial visualization is Palladio from the Humanities + Design Lab at Stanford—a freely available resource for those interested in trying to make their own maps.