Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Iron ramrod in xv century

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - Iron ramrod in xv century

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Detail of shops lining a medieval street, in artwork from a 15th-century French book.

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Cathedrale de Strasbourg, FRANCE 2009, Extraordinary

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Fifteenth century bedroom at Burg Eltz castle, Germany.

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chafing dish, Anonymous, 1450 - 1500 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

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c. 15th century lead pilgrim badge, in the shape of a scallop shell, found on the beach of St. Monans, Fife. From the collection of Fife Council Libraries & Museums, St Andrews Museum.

TypSwB.B39BL_8 | Echoes from the Vault

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Velvet Fragment, 1400-1450 Italy, Venice ?, first half 15th century velvet (cut, uncut, voided, brocaded); silk, Overall - h:38.50 w:24.20 cm (h:15 1/8 w:9 1/2 inches). Dudley P. Allen Fund 1918.310

Velvet Fragment

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Lorenzo de Medici 1449-1492 Florence The Magnificent, as he was called by the people of Florence, was a statesman, ruler, and patron of the arts. Lorenzo ruled Florence with his brother, Giuliano, from 1469 to 1478. After his brother's assassination he was sole ruler until his death. Lorenzo's greatest contribution to history was his patronage of the arts. He contributed more than anyone to the flowering of Florentine genius in the 15th century, supporting giants as Leonardo and Michelange...

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Douce Pliny - Florentine Venice 1476-28

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1403-1444 - John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset - Wimborne Minster, Dorset eldest son of John of Gaunt, by Cathering Swynford. Margaret Beaufort's father. Believed to have commited suicide after a quarrel with the governemtn lead him to the disgrace of banishment from court.

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In 1413 today, English King Henry IV died at age 45. He became king in 1399, after he led the deposition of his cousin, King Richard II. Henry was a grandson of Edward III, and the father of Henry V, as well as the first English monarch of the House of Lancaster.

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F. 82. Salmon is Questioned by the King. Paris, c 1414. From "Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands, 1325-1515."

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Turnierbuch. Ritterspiele gehalten von Kaiser Friedrich III. und Kaiser Maximilian I. in den Jahren 1489 - 1511 - BSB Cod.icon. 398, Augsburg ?, Mitte 16. Jh. [BSB-Hss Cod.icon. 398]

Digitale Bibliothek - Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum

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Clara Castle, County Kilkenny, Ireland 15th Century, cutaway.jpg (480×535)

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Reconstruction of Carlisle Castle as it may have appeared in about 1400

History of Carlisle Castle

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Royal 17 F. II, illustrated by the Master of Edward IV. This manuscript contains La grant hystoire Cesar, and was made in 1479. F. 116v shows the winter march of Caesar's army, with foot-soldiers seen shovelling the snow from under the feet of Caesar's horse

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Allegory of Music, 1496-98 Frpm the manuscript of 'Echecs amoureux' link Indsendt af Aputsiaq kl.15.06 07:41

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Farmer sowing. French 15th cent.bodl_Douce19

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Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Français Flanders, 15th century.

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Froissart,Jean,Chronicler Naval battle of l'Ecluse in which the English destroyed a French fleet. Two vessels, full of soldiers in armour with lances, fighting. From the "Chronicles" of the Hundred Years War by Jean Froissart (1333-1410). MS 864, folio 59 - Bibliotheque Municipale, Besancon, France

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Crusader Rabbit: Medieval creatures: manuscript vignette found in the wonderful Liber Floridus database. All the images are from the 14th or 15th century. This site hosts illuminated manuscripts for les bibliothèques Mazarine et Sainte-Geneviève via BibliOdyssey, Books~~Illustrations~~Science~~History~~Visual Materia Obscura~~Eclectic Bookart. fantastic site.

Medieval Satire

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King Henry IV (1399-1413). 16th great-granduncle to Queen Elizabeth II. House of Lancaster. Reign: 13 yrs, 5 mos, 18 days. King of England from 1399, the son of John of Gaunt. In 1398 he was banished by Richard II but returned in 1399 to head a revolt and be accepted as king by Parliament. Had difficulty keeping that support so to win support he had to conciliate the Church by a law for burning of heretics and make many concessions to Parliament. His successor was his son Henry V.

King Henry IV

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This is where King Henry VIII was enthroned in 1509. Since 1308, when it was commissioned by King Edward I, all but two monarchs have been crowned in the chair. This image was taken in 1987 when the Stone of Scone was still there.

Rose Briar - mediumaevum: This is where King Henry VIII was...

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Medieval European Keys (14th and 15th Century)

The Evolution of Everyday Objects: Series Landing Page

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