Also on these boards
“The Summer’s Readers Primer” by Maud Summers. Illustrated from the original drawings by Lucy Fitch Perkins. Copyrighted in 1908 by Frank D. Beattys and Co., and again in 1919 by Lloyd Adams Noble. Published by Noble and Noble of New York. “The model of all education shall be the perfected family,” quoted by Friedrich Froebei.
Western Europe in 1590-- 1590!
One of the most ancient book's miniatures of Russia, created in 1103-1117 and known as The Gospel of Mstislav, Novgorod's Prince. The miniature depicts St Ioan and Prokhor, the saint of Russian Orthodox. Initially all miniatures in Russia were copied from the originals of Low Empire that came to Russia with Byzantine embassies, merchants, and even brides to Russian princes. Starting the 12th century Russian monks who copied the books included Russian style in miniatures and fonts.
He slid the heavy golden ring over the gloved knuckle of is middle finger. Set within it was a carved red stone. I was sure the pattern incised in the ring was the same as the mark on my back. SoN ARC page 102