High Middle Ages
Spanning the 11th - 13th Century CE and covering the period known today as the High Middle Ages #Medieval-Period #High-Middle-Ages #Medieval-Art #Knights #Medieval-Nobility #Medieval-Kings #Medieval-Queens #Medieval-Artwork #High-Middle-Ages-Architecture
Photo of the Cologne Cathedral in Germany, from the 1930s. The cathedral is the most visited site for tourists in Germany and claims to be the burial site of the Three Wise Men. The cornerstone for the very old, very large structure was laid in 1248. #HighMiddleAges #Cathedrals
Thame Reliquary Ring ~ The Thame Hoard is made up of five medieval gold rings and ten silver groats (c.1351 – c.1457). It was found on the edge of the River Thame in 1940, by a couple walking their dog by the river bank, which was piled high with debris caused by dredging. As the man bent down to pick up a stone to throw for his dog his eye caught shiny objects amongst the gravel. The Coroner declared the hoard treasure trove and the hoard came to the Ashmolean Museum.
The Thame Hoard is made up of five medieval gold rings and ten silver groats (c.1351 – c.1457). It was found on the edge of the River Thame in 1940. Reliquary ring, ca. Medieval
Knight Dagger Steel Sophisticated Pommel Hilt Medieval Europe 12th- 14th Century www.rubylane.com/...
Phlebotomy - Blood Letting
Crown of an English Queen - probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II, who was deposed that year by Henry IV. Henry's daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and eventually made its way into the Bavarian treasury
Spanish Two-Sided Pendant with the Presentation in the Temple; and the Resurrection, late 16th/early 17th century.
French hat badge from ca. 1500-1525. This precious items once had four gold loops around the rim so that it could be sewn onto a man's hat. These types of jewels are more commonly called 'hat badges'. This badge depicts a traditional representation of St John the Baptist, whose severed head was presented by Herod Antipas to the dancing girl Salome. In the Middle-Ages the cult of the saint was very popular.
Hat Badge Place of origin:France circa. 1500-1525
Margarete van Eyck by Jan van Eyck ca. 1439