György Bartos
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Krakow, Lesser Poland - This is the interior of the beautifully ornate St. Mary's Basilica in Kraków. Which was re-built in the 14th century, originally built in the 13th century. The Basilica which is a Brick Gothic Church is extremely tall and stands at 80 meters (262 feet) tall. The Basilica has been an architectural model for many churches built by the Polish abroad,

Krakow, Lesser Poland – This is the interior of the beautifully ornate St. Mary’s Basilica in Kraków. Which was re-built in the century, originally built in the century. The Basilica which is a Brick Gothic Church is extremely ta .

Sainte Chapelle, Paris - Fifteen huge mid-13th-century stained glass windows fill the nave and apse.

Sainte Chapelle, Paris - The crystal forever. Fifteen huge stained glass windows fill the nave and apse. Built 800 years ago by King Louis IX

Alb of William II of Sicily - The precious silk gown was used at the coronations of the kings and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. There are Latin and Arabic inscriptions on the edge of the broad hem at the bottom. These tell us that the robe was created in Palermo under King William II (1153/116-1189) in the year 1181

Alb—A liturgical vestment of the Catholic Church. A long white tunic with narrow sleeves and a slit for the head, tied with a belt. The name derived from the Roman tunica alba (white tunic).

Hose, King William Sicily, reigned 1166-1189

Pontifical-style hose made for William II of Sicily, ca Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien. We know for sure who it was made for because the name is written in Arabic on the top bands. The ribbons were added in the century.

Coronation mantle of King Roger II of Sicily, Palermo, XII.

Century Coronation mantle of Roger II from Palermo silk with figures, decorated by pearls and gemstones, Kunsthistorishes Museum,

"Mantle of St Stephen. Silk with gold threads depicting King Stephen and Queen Gisela of Hungary servants of Christ. Given to the church of Szekesfehervar in 1031."

"Mantle of St Stephen. Worked in couched gold and on dark blue silk twill, the design shows Crhsit victorious and Christ in Majesty. King Stephen and Queen Gisela of Hungary . commissioned this chasuble and gave it to the church of Szekesfehervar in

Dress of Rudolf I Habsburg (1307). Some information about pattern. In: Hroby a hrobky našich knížat, králů a prezidentů, Lutovský, Bravermanová, 2007

Dress of Rudolf I Habsburg reconstruction of burial garment of Rudolf I founded in Prague castle tomb, Cloak, surcotte, cotte.

The Bayeux Tapestry - chronicles the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. It is actually and embroidered cloth and is nearly 230 feet long. The fact that it survived in such amazing shape since it's creation (no one knows exactly when but it is mentioned in the 1400's) is incredible... Been there!

The Bayeux Tapestry - chronicles the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. It is actually and embroidered cloth and is nearly 230 feet long. The fact that it survived in such amazing shape since it's creation is incredible.