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Fresco in Castle-Convent of the Knights of Calatrava, Alcañiz, Spain (1325-1347)

Fresco in Castle-Convent of the Knights of Calatrava, Alcañiz, Spain

1328   Simone Martini (Italian painter b. Approx. 1284 in Siena , d. in 1344 in Avignon)  A fragment of a fresco "Guidoriccio da Fogliano at the siege of Montemassi".  [One of the few instances I have showing brush shelters.]

1328 Simone Martini (Italian painter b. 1284 in Siena , d. in 1344 in Avignon) A fragment of a fresco "Guidoriccio da Fogliano at the siege of Montemassi". [One of the few instances I have showing brush shelters.

Ecclesiastical Knights provides a detailed study of the military-religious vocation as it was lived out by the Orders of Santiago, Calatrava and Alcantara in Leon-Castile 1150 - 1330

Ecclesiastical Knights provides a detailed study of the military-religious vocation as it was lived out by the Orders of Santiago, Calatrava and Alcantara in Leon-Castile 1150 - 1330

Maastricht 148r

Stowe MS 17 quarter of the century, Book of Hours, Use of Maastricht ('The Maastricht Hours') Folio

Another cotehardie with interesting embellishment. Must be laced in the back plus there is embroidery...

Image from La Belles Heures of Jean Duc de Berry: Commentary by Millard Meiss and Elizabeth H. Beatson, published by George Braziller books, The Belles Heures first appears in an inventory note of the Duke de Berry's possessions in

The Hours of Charles of Angoulême was commissioned c. 1485 by the Count of Angoulême, and is undeniably Robinet Testard’s most personal work. Around the same time (c. 1500), in England, the illuminator Jean Poyer finished his masterpiece, The Hours of Henry VIII.

The Hours of Charles of Angoulême was commissioned c. 1485 by the Count of Angoulême, and is undeniably Robinet Testard’s most personal work. Around the same time (c. 1500), in England, the illuminator Jean Poyer finished his masterpiece, The Hours of Henry VIII.

Entrelazado rojo en el cuello de la vestimenta muy bajo y ancho. Imagen obtenida de Orose's "Faits et choses du monde" (boutique du mercier)

Entrelazado rojo en el cuello de la vestimenta muy bajo y ancho. Imagen obtenida de Orose's "Faits et choses du monde" (boutique du mercier)

Detail of woman's tool belt from medieval pastoral tapestry, includes scissors and rosary.

Detail of woman's tool belt from medieval pastoral tapestry, includes scissors and rosary. La Main Chaude, Flemish at the Victoria and Albert museum,

Lantern Maker 1536 - "Description: The lantern makers sitting on his stool and soldered to a piston, which he heated in a brazier standing on the floor, the bottom of a round lamp. Various tools, a tin snips, chisel and awl lying on the station blocks, hammer and solder on the bench. At the bar six finished hanging lamps with handles." Amb. 317.2° Folio 155 verso

Lantern Maker 1536 - "Description: The lantern makers sitting on his stool and…

Anonymous Book of Hours, 1300-1400 - loving the pocket and other details

Illustration From "The Book Of Hours" -- -- England -- The Walters Art Museum -- Baltimore, USA -- Medium ink, paint, gold and silver leaf on parchment -- Measurements Folio H: 8 x W: 5 in.

Bread was "the basis of the medieval diet” and the amount that people ate throughout Europe was remarkably similar. Records from England, France and Italy that workmen, soldiers and even patients in hospitals were supposed to get about two pounds of bread per day. http://www.MemoryMakerTravelResource.com

Bread was "the basis of the medieval diet” and the amount that people ate…

Gardecorps and other outerwears Morgan bible FR(1250a)10vc​d

Morgan Library ms (Maciejowski Bible), Paris leaf The Gibeonites sue for peace with Joshua and the Israelites. fol David flees Jerusalem, His steward Ziba (pictured), goads mules with supplies

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