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DINING ROOM Displayed in the dining room are Denise de la Rue photographs of matadors; the chandeliers and candlesticks are from Guinevere, the curtains are made of a Schumacher fabric, and the side chairs (clad in a Moore & Giles leather) are by Ebanista.

St. Louis Relic Crown of the Holy Thorns. The Louvre, Paris. Purchased in 1239 from the Emperor of Constantinople.

Matt & Andrej Koymasky's Crowns Collection

15th century Great Chalfield Manor, Wiltshire (via Structures of Old)

Letter from Anne Boleyn, with her signature, 1529

Partridge pie. Elaborate crust and real (dead) bird on top.

Canon in honour of Henry VIII, 1516, written around the Tudor Rose.

Heinrich Khunrath, The Cosmic Rose, from the Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae, 1595

Richard II signature 1389

San Zeno, Verona, Medieval Bronze Door

Medieval Bronze Doors in Italian Churches

Tintagel Castle - Cornwall, England (The Birthplace of King Arthur)

Tintagel Castle

Historic Fortified City of Carcassonne ~ Although both the Romans and Visigoths were here, Carcassonne really flourished under the Trencavel family of the late 12th century. In 1355 the lower town was burnt to the ground by the Black Prince, one of the key figures in the Hundred Years’ War of the Middle Ages, miffed at his failure to capture the citadel. Read more ~ www.creme-de-lang...

Typical Burgundian roofs in the medieval town of Beaune, in the heart of the Burgundy wine region.

Medieval town of Carcassonne at sunset #France

Medieval town of Carcassonne at sunset

The D Amboise Gate In The Medieval Town Of Rhodes, Greece

The medieval walls of Rothenburg, Bavaria, Germany • photo: Patrick Sean

The Book of Deer is a tenth century illuminated manuscript from North East Scotland. As the only pre-Norman manuscript from this area known as “former Pictland” it provides us with a unique insight into the early church, culture and society of this period. Amid the Latin text and the Celtic illuminations there can be found the oldest pieces of Gaelic writing to have survived from early Medieval Scotland

The Book of Deer | Book of Deer

Óbidos(Portugal) OBIDOS-MEDIEVAL by ruisc_pt Obidos is a very small Portugal village completely enclosed by lofty medieval walls : streets are cobbled, houses whitewashed with bright blue and yellow borders, specially in rainy days, and at all points steep staircases wind up to the ramparts, where you can gaze across a ludicrously fable-like countryside of windmills and vineyards.