15th century English portable medical book via Medieval Medicine on Facebook

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A two-handed sword from the Battle of Castillon in 1453. The blade is presumably German, the hilt English. Long, slender, double-edged heavy blade with a mid-ridge. There is a running wolf inlaid in brass on both sides in the upper quarter of the blade as well as a divided shield. Cross hilt with straight, ridged quillons, round in cross-section, edged in the centre, and lightly shaped toward the point (with organic remnants of the leather scabbard on the undersides). Spherical finials. Pe.....

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Victoria and Albert Museum, From newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms About 1420 Spain

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Pharmacy jar. Early 15th century. Spain. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Hugo Van Der Goes 1475

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Pharmacy Jar, early 15th century, Florence

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Повседневная жизнь Средневекового замка в миниатюрах манускриптов 15 века.. Комментарии : LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

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Henry Carey, Lord Hunsdon, later to become patron of the Lord chamberlain's Men.

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Charles Howard, patron of The Lord Admiral's Men.

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Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, patron of his own company and the real power behind the Queen's Men.

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Portrait of Edward VI (1537-1553) Mid 19th Century Follower of Guillim Scrots (fl.1537-1553)

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A portrait of Sir John Perrot. Guild of St. Matthias. Perrot (1528 –1592) served as Lord Deputy of Ireland under Queen Elizabeth I. He boisterously claimed to be the illegitimate son of Henry VIII. His claim was most likely dubious. Eventually, Perrot's flamboyant & offensive personality detracted from his accomplishments, and Elizabeth I grew tired of him. He became involved in questionable activity, and was subsequently charged with high treason. He died imprisoned in the Tower.-BB

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Portrait of the Danish King Christian II. By Michel Sittow, 1514/15.

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1585-1590 Elizabeth I of England in Parliament Robes by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

ca. 1585-1590 Elizabeth I in Parliament robes by ? (Helmingham Hall - Stowmarket, Suffolk UK) | Grand Ladies

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Isabel of Portugal, wife of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Upper Italian painter, after Titian, 3rd quarter of the 16th century. Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna.

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Sofonisba Anguissola, Isabel von Valois, c. 1599

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Portrait of a Young Princess, possibly Dorothea of Denmark. By Jan Mabuse (Gossaert) (1478–1532), circa 1530.

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Margaret of Anjou, wife of Henry VI and Queen Consort. ca. XV.

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This merchant class fellow follows the fashionable trends of the Elizabethan period. Exceptionally large paned melon hose paired with a narrow shouldered doublet and shirt with ruffled collar all make up a fashionable ensemble. The lower classes were generally a bit behind their wealthy superiors in the race to keep up with fashion. Trends of pervious periods are often maintained longer amongst the middle and lower classes depending on their resources.

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Edward VI

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Feb 12, 1554 Lady Jane Grey, the Queen of England for thirteen days, is beheaded on Tower Hill. She was barely 17 years old.

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Kaiser Sigismund werden die Abgaben bzw. Geschenke gebracht Dieses Bild: 006717 1465 ; 1475 ; Wien ; Österreich ; Wien ; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek ; cod. 3044 ; fol. 109v

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Chalice, mid 15th century.

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Viking Scotland

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St. Margaret and Olibrius, the book of hours of Étienne Chevalier, c. 1450-1460 Look, normal ponytails!

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