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    Performers--man with pipe/tabor, another with pipes, woman balancing on sword points. France 13-14th cent. Brit Lib. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Performers--man with pipe/tabor, another with pipes, woman balancing on sword points. France 13-14th cent. Brit Lib.

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    Sátira, amor y humor en la Edad Media latina : cincuenta y cinco canciones de goliardos / [edición y traducción de] Teresa Jiménez Calvente - Madrid : Fundación Universitaria Española, 2009

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    Here's an interesting infographic on Marco Polo.

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    The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of the 14th century.

    SINFUL FOLK - A Novel of the Middle Ages

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    Buchseite einer Handschrift von Johannes von Tepls ''Der Ackermann aus Böhmen''. Illustration aus dem 2. Kapitel (Dialog zwischen Tod und Ackermann). Hergestellt in Stuttgart, Werkstatt Ludwig Henfflin, um 1470. Universitätsb.

    Der Ackermann aus Böhmen

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    Dante and Beatrice - Gustave Dore

    HP298 Humanities Research Lab - Nvu Template

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    MINIATURIST, GermanTournament Bookc. 1500Manuscript (Ross 711)Biblioteca Apostolica, Vatican

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    Medieval 'codex' - images in the Codex Manesse c 1300-1340. Heidelberg University archives. An online version of the manuscript is provided here: digi.ub.uni-heide...

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    Einherjar the Vikings of Reykjavík A Norseman named Naddodd, stepping foot for the first time in 861AD on an undiscovered new land, which later was given the name Iceland. At least in this art picture I recognize the mountains in the back ground the artist used. These are mountains located in the south-east of Iceland, at Hornafirði.

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    Troubadour

    La musique au moyen-âge

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    Manuscript about the life and work of Guillaume de Machaut (Medieval French poet and composer - 1300-1377).

    nends - Manuscript about the life and work of Guillaume de...

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    Azalais de Porcairagues (also Azalaïs) or Alasais de Porcaragues was a trobairitz (woman troubadour), composing in Occitan in the late 12th century. Azalais from a 13th-century chansonnier now in the Bibliothèque nationale de France.

    Azalais de Porcairagues - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Beatriz de Dia 1140 – 1175 In Provence, France was female troubadours (trobairitz,) who wrote courtly songs of love. Her poems were often set to the music of a flute. Five of her works survive, including 4 cansos and 1 tenson.

    Beatritz de Dia

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    Arnaud Guilhem de MARSAN Le seigneur troubadour d'Aliénor d'Aquitaine

    Quelques landais dans l'Histoire: Arnaud Guilhem de MARSAN

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    Beowulf

    chaptersbooks

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    lettrines celtes

    lettrines celtes ©Claire Travers

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    Late-gothic dragon playing the flute in a mandorla. Medieval manuscript illumination in Europe.

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    This basilisk just CAN’T with these snakes. | 44 Medieval Beasts That Cannot Even Handle It Right Now

    44 Medieval Beasts That Cannot Even Handle It Right Now

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    Border in a medieval manuscript with a mermaid and merman. British Library Royal MS 10 E IV Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (t...

    Артефакты, диковинки, интересности... - Post a comment

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    “El bestiario medieval” (proof that unicorns are real duh)

    The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestries

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    Paris.Grande Chroniques de France de Charles V.Life of Louis IX of France.1375-1380, detail of page

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    Detail of a miniature of Idleness showing the Lover into the Garden of Pleasure; from Guilluame de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Roman de la Rose, France (Artois or Picardy), c. 1340, Royal MS 20 A. xvii, f. 7v.

    Medieval manuscripts blog: December 2012

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    Peter Comestor at work Guyart des Moulins, La Bible historiale complétée (Genesis - Psalms) France, Central (Paris?); 1357

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    Detail of a miniature of Christine de Pizan in her study at the beginning of the ‘Cent balades’, Harley MS 4431, f. 4r - See more at: britishlibrary.ty...

    Christine de Pizan and the Book of the Queen - Medieval manuscripts blog

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