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The sword of Charlemagne, my ancestor. European History, Ancient History, King Of Italy, Carolingian, Holy Roman Empire, Templer, Medieval Weapons, Early Middle Ages, Swords And Daggers

Charlemagne's Sword

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Franks Casket a small box of carved whalebone produced by Viking craftsmen in Northumbria at the end of the cent. The lid and sides have runic inscriptions, and the motifs carved with scenes both from Norse and Classical mythology and Christianity. Viking Culture, Old Norse, Viking Art, Norse Vikings, Le Far West, Anglo Saxon, Ancient Artifacts, Casket, British Museum

Carved Ivory Caskets and Reliquaries of Early Northern Europe

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Miniature coming from the manuscript “The life of Saint Aubin”, abbey of Angers. Showing the Vikings arriving in Guerande in Bretagne in 919 Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Art Viking, Viking Life, Viking Ship, Viking Power, Viking Warrior, Saint Aubin

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Carolingian manuscript. The sea crossing point invasions. Charts the life of St. Aubin . Second part of the XI th century. Roughly contemporary with the Bayeux Tapestry, this representation of a boat from Normandy besiege Guerande surprised by the determination of the warriors, not very sensitive to the fragility and decay of their boat (broken masts and torn sails) or the state sea, yet formed. On a sea very stylized, ...

Imperial Crown of Charlemagne - Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations: Croatia 32 Austria 33 Czech Republic 34 Sweden 35 Finland 36 Royal Crowns, Tiaras And Crowns, Medieval, Carolingian, Imperial Crown, Holy Roman Empire, Royal Jewelry, Jewellery, Ancient Jewelry

Official and Historic Crowns of the World and their Locations

We move slightly north-west of Germany to Denmark (39 on the map) and then further north to Norway (40 on the map). Denmark/Copenhagen/Rosenborg Castle (Permanent Display 3 crowns) Crown of Christian V 1670 Crown of the Queens of Denmark 1731 Crown of Christian IV 1596 Norway/Trondheim/Nidaros Cathedral (Permanent Display 2crowns, 1coronet) King’s Crown 1818 Queen’s Crown 1830 Crown Prince’s Coronet 1846…

Medieval chess piece from Italy. This queen looks a little downcast, but I love the gesture of her hands. Medieval Games, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Chess Pieces, Game Pieces, Carolingian, Statues, Small Figurines, Renaissance

Medieval chess piece from Italy. This queen looks a little downcast, but I love the gesture of her hands.

Charlemagne and his army outside the walls of Pamplona in Illuminated manuscript; Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, European History, Art History, Renaissance, Eslava, Carolingian

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Joyeuse, the sword of Charlemagne. Coronation sword of the French kings. It is believed it contains the Lance of Longinus within its pommel. (Lance of Longinus=spear that pierced Christ's side) Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, European History, Ancient History, French History, Ricardo Iii, Vikings, Carolingian, Holy Roman Empire

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Joyeuse, the sword of Charlemagne. Coronation sword of the French kings. It is believed it contains the Lance of Longinus within its pommel. 11th. c.

Illuminaated Manuscript: Drogo Sacramentary, ca. a historiated initial 'C' contains the Ascension of Christ. The text is in gold ink. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Illustrations Vintage, Carolingian, Book Of Hours, Gold Ink

Charlemagne, the Carolingian Revival and Illuminated Manuscripts

The Sacramentary of Drogo, one of the gospel illustrated manuscripts from the Carolingian Revival. wikipedia Western Europe came crawling out of the "Dark Ages" with the arrival of Frankish kings, whom, in collaboration with the papacy in Rome,...

Vita Christi (Life of Christ) - Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts Online - The Morgan Library & Museum Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Thomas The Apostle, St Thomas, Religious Images, Religious Art, Religious Icons, Life Of Christ

Vita Christi (Life of Christ), MS M.44 fol. 12v - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts

Vita Christi (Life of Christ), France, perhaps Corbie, ca. 1175

Charlemagne and Pippin the Hunchback (Karl der Große und Pippin der Bucklige) century copy of a lost original, which was made back between 829 and 836 in Fulda for Eberhard von Friaul. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Times, Germanic Tribes, Early Modern Period, Carolingian, Holy Roman Empire, Early Middle Ages

History's 12 Most Doting Dads

From thousands of years ago to the modern day, here are some shining examples of good dads in history.

Cologne lyre early reconstruction, a late or early Century Germanic lyre found in Germany Renaissance Music, Medieval Music, Vikings, Old Musical Instruments, Carolingian, Early Middle Ages, Archaeological Finds, Music Score, Viking Age

Cologne lyre early reconstruction, a late 7th or early 8th Century Germanic lyre found in Germany

Plaque with the Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church Date: ca. Geography: Made in Aachen, Germany Culture: Carolingian Medium: Ivory Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 5 x in. x x cm) Classification: Ivories Credit Line: Gift of J. Medieval World, Medieval Art, Early Christian, Christian Art, Art Essay, High Middle Ages, Carolingian, Anglo Saxon, Chapelle

Plaque with the Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church | Carolingian | The Met

Date: ca. 800–825. Geography: Made in Aachen, Germany. Culture: Carolingian. Medium: Ivory. Dimensions: Overall: 8 11/16 x 5 11/16 x 5/16 in. (22 x 14.5 x...

The Centurion and Two Soldiers, from a Crucifixion Group Date: ca. Geography: Made in Meuse Valley, Netherlands Culture: Franco-Netherlandish Medium: Marble, gilding Accession Number: Medieval Helmets, Medieval Armor, The Centurions, Statues, Effigy, Renaissance Art, 14th Century, Middle Ages, Art Techniques

The Centurion and Two Soldiers, from a Crucifixion Group | Franco-Netherlandish | The Met

Collegiate Church, Notre-Dame, at Huy, Belgium; Private Collection, Huy; Charles Stein, Paris (?); John Edward Taylor, London (until 1912); his sale, Christie's, London(July 1–4, 9 &10, 1912, no. 195); [ Jacques Seligmann, Paris (in 1912)]; Arabella Duval Huntington, New York; Archer M

Psalm 81 of the Utrecht Psalter, a ninth-century illuminated psalter and a key masterpiece of Carolingian art. It is famous for its 166 lively pen illustrations. Utrecht, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Statues, Art Timeline, Carolingian, Pen Illustration

Early medieval illustration from a Carolingian psalter. This is in in with Psalm 71 and reflects a fairly martial interpretation of the poem.