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Cappella del castello di Poppi. Pareti affrescate con "Storie del Vangelo" da Taddeo Gaddi (1300-1366), allievo di Giotto, tra il 1330 ed il 1336.

Frescoed walls with "Stories of the Gospel" by Taddeo Gaddi a pupil of Giotto, between 1330 and Copyright: ANDREA CARLONI

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.

Einkleidung der Hl. Klara durch den Hl. Franziskus  Dieses Bild: 004664 1465-1475

Zopfe: German Braids (False Braids/Artificial Braids) – History, How to Make…

Apothecary shop - 14th century

A medieval apothecary shop (Amiens, century): such amazing detail British Library Sloane MS f.

« Croniques abregies commençans au temps de Herode Antipas, persecuteur de la chrestienté, et finissant l'an de grace mil IIc et LXXVI », ou « livre traittant en brief des empereurs », par David Aubert. Tome Ier | Gallica

« Croniques abregies commençans au temps de Herode Antipas, persecuteur de la chrestienté, et finissant l'an de grace mil IIc et LXXVI », ou « livre traittant en brief des empereurs », par David Aubert. Tome Ier | Gallica

Guiron le Courtois - 1370-1380, Italie

BNF Nouvelle acquisition française 5243 Guiron le Courtois - Italy Notice buttons all the way down the front.

Medieval interior

Glenridge Hall Documentation Project : Jeff Herr Photography located in Atlanta Georgia specializing in architectural, editorial, location, travel, food and gardens since

Medieval Map 1487. Konrad von Grünenberg - Beschreibung der Reise von Konstanz nach Jerusalem - Blatt 11v - 028.jpg

Medieval Map Konrad von Grünenberg - description of the journey from Constance to Jerusalem - Leaf

Priest clothing of the middle ages hasnt really changed much to the present day. The main garment was a white linen alb with long sleeves. Over this and around his neck he wore a long strip of linen, like a draped scarf called a stola. This had three embroidered crosses; one at each end and one in the at the back of the neck. Another smaller strip of embroidered linen hung over the priest's left wrist - the maniple. Over the alb the priest might wear a coloured silk chasuble.

Priest clothing of the middle ages hasnt really changed much to the present day…

“La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early 16th Century, approximately 1500-1520.

Promenade Gown

French Tapestry “La Tenture de la vie Seigneuriale” (scenes from lordly life), to the early Century, approximately This figure is from the tapestry known as “La Promenade” (the walk).

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