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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

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High Middle Ages

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12th century Torri di Porta Soprana is the gateway to the old medieval district of Genoa, Italy. #HighMiddleAges #Genoa

12th century chess piece carved from walrus ivory and whales teeth, probably made by Viking craftsmen originating in Trondheim, Norway. #HighMiddleAges #AntiqueChess

Netley Abbey Ruins, Southampton, England. The abbey was founded in 1239 as a house for Roman Catholic monks of the austere Cistercian order. It was closed by Henry VIII and turned into a mansion for a politician. #EnglishRuins #HighMiddleAges

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

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The ancient bath at Cefala Diana, Sicily, built by the Moors, believed to be 12th century. #HighMiddleAges #Sicily

Phuktal Gompa, India. Built in the early 12th century, the monastery is a unique honeycomb construction built into a cliffside in the Zanskar valley. #WorldBeautifulPlaces #India

Arched midieval church doors with stone lintel in Le Dorat France. #MiddleAges #HistoricChuches

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

Pendant reliquary cross, gold and precious gems about 1450-1475. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. #MedievalJewelry

A History of Jewellery - Victoria and Albert Museum

Landscape image of a lone tree, Clifden, County Galway, Ireland

Medieval grave marker at the Hore Abbey, County Tipperary, Ireland

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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


Ewer with scenes 1320s Silver gilt and translucent enamel, height 22,5 cm National Museum, Copenhagen

Jesus Carrying the Cross Stained Glass

15th century gold iconographical ring, English c.1470

Spanish Two-Sided Pendant with the Presentation in the Temple; and the Resurrection, late 16th/early 17th century.

Hat Badge Place of origin:France circa. 1500-1525

Hat badge | V&A Search the Collections

A knot motif posy Ring inscribed "Vertue.Rule.affection" ca. 15th century. English.

Posy Ring - Antique Jewelry University

Tin-glazed earthenware tile. Rouen, France, 1542

Green Lion Eating the Sun, from the Rosarium Philosophorum, 1550.

Double sided Pendant with the Annunciation and the Resurrection; Northern Italy, ca. late 15th century.

Marten's head choker: English: This jeweled marten's head is nearly identical to that attached to the fur held by the countess in Veronese's portrait of Countess da Porto (Walters 37.541) and is displayed here in a similar way, ca. 1550.

Manesse Song Collection ca. 1300 - 1320