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middle 15th century (1455-1460) Austria - Styria Sankt Lorenzen ob Murau altar paintings in the local church - Martyrdom of Saint Margaret (the panels are not necessarily in the right order)
Altars Paintings, Mens Fashion, Men Fashion, Men'S Fashion, Century 1455 1460, Middle 15Th, 15Th Century, Murau Altars
middle 15th century (1455-1460) Styria, Austria. Sankt Lorenzen ob Murau altar paintings in the local church - Martyrdom of Saint Margaret
15th century men's fashion | 15th Century Men's Clothing
Неизвестный художник Жених и невеста, Около 1470, 64,5 x 35,5 см, Дерево, темпера
1400 Tal 15Th, Cleveland Museums, Swabian Master, History 1400S, German Medieval Art, Schwäbischer Meister, 15Th Century, 1400 S, Meisterwerk Der
A Newly Married Couple ( circa 1470), tempera on wood by Schwäbischer Meister. The Yorck Project: 10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei. DVD-ROM, 2002. ISBN 3936122202 Cleveland Museum of Art Wikimedia
A Bride and Groom, Swabian Master, c. 1470
Another pinner said: German late 15th Century green v-neck hausbook kirtle
Renika Anachronist, German Late, Sca German, Century German, Late 15Th, Century Green, Green V Neck, Medieval, 15Th Century
Late 15th Century German.
Renikas anachronistic adventures: Summer greens
German late 15th Century green v-neck hausbook kirtle
Renikas blog of medieval awesomeness
so much goodness in this pic - hair, dress styles, colors, cloaks, hats, jewelry, heraldic
Remote Medieval, Medieval Clothing, Sca Garb, Silk Gowns, 14Th Century, Middle Age, Medieval Women, Women Figures, Figures Silk
Bogomils, Cathars, Lollards, and the High Social Position of Women During the Middle Ages - Medievalists.net
his story, her story: To Bring on the Flowers: Medieval Women Menstruating.
English Medieval Clothing | Women's figured silk gowns from 1380. This image is in the public ...
Late 14th century variety in hair braiding and headwear
The Cotehardie & Houppelande Homepage:
How To Make Your Own Personalized Dress Form Using Duct Tape - Thanks Etsy!
Diy Dresses, Duct Tape, Dress Form, Custom Work, Form Tutorials, Dresses Form, Sewing Wedding Dresses, Exact Replica, Etsy Labs
diy dress form from duct tape
DIY dress form for couture sewing - ETSY LABS ARCHIVE - more SKILLSHARES & TUTORIALS
Etsy Labs Archive: Dress Form Tutorial: Want to make an exact replica of your body for custom work?
Step by step how to turn a pop up into an amazing pavilion! (via #spinpicks)
Good Ideas, Screens Houses, Pop Up, Cute Ideas, Popup, Neat Ideas, Amazing Pavilion, Step By Step, Pavilion Tent
SCREEN HOUSE to PAVILION PAGE 1! I think I might have to try this and see if it will make the popup an acceptable pavilion for now.
Step by step how to turn a pop up into an amazing pavilion! ("tent lust") my green striped sheer sided tent after plastic corner fix / replacements might be a good idea to vent and hood the top to prevent wind damage. Possibly ideas to make over freecycle umbrella tent, or V Viking tent ideas / tips
Cute idea and a fun read
SCREEN HOUSE to PAVILION PAGE 1!
Oil Paintings, 16Th Century, Darmstadt Madonna, Gorgeous Hairstyles, Anna Meyer, Costume, Hans Holbein, Portraits, Hairstyles Ideas
Portrait of Anna Meyer. Detail of the Darmstadt Madonna by Hans Holbein the Younger. Anna Meyer wears her wedding dress with bands of blackwork embroidery and a wreath of rosemary. Schlossmuseum, Darmstadt, Germany, 1526
Gorgeous hairstyle idea for 15th/early 16th century | Get the look by pulling the hair into a high ponytail and braid it. Use an embroidered sari border to make the wrap/cap. drape braid and tie in place with red fabric. Top with flowers.
Renaissance historical costume: fashion style source. Women's, 16th century, Switzerland
Medieval Hats, Hats Shops, Female Hats, History Medieval Europe, Shops Galleries, Renaissance Hats, Gothic Europe, Village Hats, Medieval Village Europe
medieval and renaissance hats
medieval hats (Research for The Second Rose www.EKaiserWrites.webs.com)
Village Hat Shop Gallery :: Chapter 7 - Medieval or Gothic Europe :: 60_G_001
Fatimid Ring. Southern Spain, 9th-11th century. gold and turquoise. The fabrication of this ring with its intricate execution is typical of the craftsmanship of Fatimid goldsmiths, who often worked in southern Spain and were renowned for their rich jewelry. The six-pointed star, a familiar symbol in Islamic art, was believed to ward off bad luck.
Fatimid Rings, Ancient Jewelry, 9Th 11Th Century, Southern Spain, Rings Southern, Turquoise Stars, Gold Rings, Turquoise Stone, Medieval Rings Com
Fatimid Ring | Southern Spain, 9th-11th century | gold and turquoise stars
Medieval Star-of-David-like gold ring with Turquoise stone in center
Fatimid Ring Southern Spain, 9th-11th century
Satoshi Saikusa Captures Medieval Fantasy with Ella Kandyba and Nadine Ponce for S Moda September 2012
Moda September, Capture Medieval, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Fantasy, Nadine Ponc, Musa De, Ella Kandyba, Satoshi Saikusa, September 2012
S MODA MAGAZINE: Nadine Ponce & Ella Kandyba in "Musas de Fantasia" by Photographer Satoshi Saikusa - September 2012
Feminine Medieval Fashion The S Moda Musas de Fantasia Editorial is Inspired by Archaic Stories found on Polyvore
Satoshi Saikusa Captures Medieval Fantasy with Ella Kandyba and Nadine Ponce for S Moda September 2012 by ImpassionedReverence
Medieval Princesses, Crowns, The Queen, Dark Queen, Crosses, Evil Queen, Photography, Snow White, Fairies Tales
The Name of the Rose Photography: Ellen Rogers Styling: Pandora Lennard Tank - Fall 2010
Cross n Crown
Starring Kristine Drinke, Rogers captures the girlish wonder of fairy tales and nature with the aide of fashion editor Pandora Lennard.
Head table banner placemats
Embroidery Design, Offbeat Bride
Head table banner placemats | Offbeat Bride
Favor: seed bombs!
Eco Friends Favors, Wedding Favors, Gifts Ideas, Parties Favors, Offbeat Bride, Parties Ideas, Diy Seeds, Favors Ideas, Seeds Bombs
eco-friendly favor idea: seed bombs! awesome party favor that won't end up in the trash! <3
A website called "Offbeat Bride - Alter Your Thinking" . Pictured: seed bomb wedding favor!
DIY Seed Bombs - Eco-Friendly Wedding Favors!
DIY seed bombs! Great wedding (or general party) favor!
Great gift idea
Eco Friendly Favor Idea... Seed Bombs!
Hand fasting best by Ellyiar, via Flickr
K S Families, Colin Handfasting, Wedding Parties Ideas, Photography Ideas Tips, Hands Fast, Awesome Ideas, Handfasting Wedding Ideas, Handfasting Ideas, Renaissance Wedding
Hand fasting best by Ellyiar, Awesome idea.
Renaissance wedding with handfasting
Steps 1-2: Braid two strands on each side of a center part. Steps 3-5: Wrap braids around the crown of your head and pin in place with one pin each. Step 6: Arrange braids so that they cover the front of your head like a headband. Pin into place more securely until you feel comfortable. Steps 7-8: Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail and pin it into a cute messy bun. Note: This step is optional. You can also wear your hair down like my photo below. Step 9: Add final pins and spray.
Maiden braids hairstyle
Hair Down, Braids Hairstyles, Braids Tutorials, Hair Tutorials, Long Hair, Longer Hair, Girls Hairstyles, Hair Style, Maiden Braids
braids braids #hairstyle #Hair Style #girl hairstyle| http://girl-hairstyle-gennaro.blogspot.com
Want. Long. Hair. Maiden braids. Tutorial.
Maiden Braid Tutorial | abeautifulmess #hair #tutorial #braid
Maiden braids hair tutorial #braids #Hair Style #hairstyle #girl hairstyle| http://hairstyle384.blogspot.com
Last month I did a makeover story with Kelsie and had many requests for a maiden braid tutorial. Yesterday she came in and we photographed these simple step by steps. Kelsie has extremely long and thick hair, but anyone with shoulder length or longer can do these braids (see my photo below for an example). Steps 1-2: Braid two strands on each side of a center part. Steps 3-5: Wrap braids around the crown of your head and pin in place with one pin each. Step 6: Arrange braids so that they cover the front of your head like a headband. Pin into place more securely until you feel comfortable. Steps 7-8: Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail and pin it into a cute messy bun. Note: This step is optional. You can also wear your hair down like my photo below. Step 9: Add final pins and spray. Enjoy!
how to style maiden braids. For longer hair, but so cute!
Pierre Choque, Commémoration de la mort d’Anne, reine de France, duchesse de Bretagne, Paris; c. 1514-1515
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Pierre Choque, Commémoration de la mort d’Anne, reine de France, duchesse de Bretagne
This plaque commemorates the life and death of Duchesse Anne of Bretagne, France, c.1514-1515, by Pierre Choque
Idea, Apples Candles, Fall Decor, Fall Parties, Apple Candle, Candles Holders, Falldecor, Teas Lights, Centerpieces
Do this for thanksgiving! Easy and huge impact. Lots of compliments!! #falldecor #falltable #fallcenterpiece apple candle
Apple candle holders: great, inexpensive centerpiece for the Thanksgiving dinner table or just for Fall decorating in general.
DIY Apple candle holders ! nice fall decorating idea. I wonder if they would smell nice once the candle warmed the apple?
Fall Decor. Apple candles you make yourself using real apples and tea lights.
apple candles for a fall party >> great idea for fall decorations
how to make homemade hard cider @ readymade
Homemade Cider, Hard Apples, Apples Cider, Beer, Brewing Apples, Home Brewing Hard, Beverages, Homemade Hard, Food Drinks
Doing this right now! Brewing apple cider
Homemade hard apple cider. I think it looks difficult but Joey says it can be done.
Indulging in homemade cider tonight... it's always in season.
making a medieval single-pole pavilion - for the wedding night ? ;)
Round Pavilion, Pavilion Style, Medieval Single Pol, Sca Tent, Style Tent, Periodic Pavilion, Medieval Pavilion, Single Pol Pavilion, Pavilion Tent
How to make a round pavilion tent
SCA tent making
For outdoors or Perfect on a smaller scale for indoors: Making a Medieval Single-Pole Pavilion by David Kuijt, ska Dafydd ap Gwystl Webbed by Stephen Bloch, ska M. John Elys Note from Webmaster: David's original article includes a number of pictures, some of which I haven't scanned in yet and some of which are potentially under copyright. Appendix B contains some formulae, which I haven't Webbed yet. These things will come in time.... Medieval Pavilion Structure and Decoration Pavilions are great. Over the last decade in Atlantia we've gone from nylon tents to the point where many people have nice canvas pavilions. This is wonderful. However, I have never quite been satisfied with most commercial pavilion designs. For one thing, they are all designed for short people -- I cannot see outside from inside the tent. Some time ago I observed that the most common pavilion in period manuscript illustrations was a round pavilion with a single center pole. Commercial designs for these pavilions aren't satisfactory. I started looking at medieval and Renaissance illustrations of simple round pavilions, and I made a couple of observations. 1. No Perimeter Poles. Period pavilions did not use poles (perimeter poles) to hold up the edges. A search of hundreds of illustrations of pavilions revealed none that had anything that could be construed to be perimeter poles. Many of them show a wide section of the opening, where perimeter poles would be visible if they existed, without any such poles. No illustration has any sort of finial decoration, protruding spike, hole, or rope formation that would give positive evidence of a perimeter pole. Some illustrations show a pavilion opened up, so the center pole is visible, without showing any perimeter poles (see figure 3). Finally, in two particular illustrations there is evidence against perimeter poles. The first such illustration shows a group of soldiers breaking camp. They have removed the walls from a pavilion, but the roof is still up. There are no perimeter poles. Figure 13 shows this illustration. The second such illustration is even more evocative. It shows a military camp after a storm has blown through. Some of the pavilions have been knocked over. One in particular is partially on its side, but retains the conical shape of a single-pole pavilion. This is impossible with a perimeter pole construction, and is strong positive evidence for the spoked-wheel construction that I will describe later. Sadly, I've lost my copy of this illustration, so I couldn't include it with this handout. I'm still looking for it, though. [Webmaster: Mary Hall sent me the URL of one such picture. Note that although the picture depicts an event of 1347, the ms. is 15th-century, and the tents and armor look 15th-century to me. The devil's advocate points out that the falling-down tent in the foreground could be artistic license, on the theory that nobody would recognize it as a tent if it looked like a real falling-down tent. However, the optimist points out the skill, relative realism, and beginning attempts at perspective in the rest of the picture, and thinks it unlikely that the artist who focussed the picture on the falling-down tent would have so little confidence in his ability to portray it recognizably.] 2. Ropes are uncommon. Most period pavilions did not hold up the eaves with ropes, either. A large number of pavilions didn't even have ropes. Very few pavilions have the ropes at an angle broad enough to support the eaves without some internal structure. Two significant exceptions are in frescoes by Simone Martini (c. 1330). These frescoes are shown in figures 1 and 18. The pavilions shown are festooned with ropes, and the angle and number of the ropes make it possible that these pavilions had no internal support structure. They also look droopy and saggy, unlike the taut pavilions shown in most other illustrations. 3. Splayed walls. The majority of period pavilions had splayed walls, wider at the base than at the eaves. There are some exceptions, pavilions with vertical walls (see figures 4 and 20), but they are not nearly as common. Based upon the evidence of manuscript illustrations and paintings, the most common period pavilion type is a center-pole pavilion, circular or polygonal, with splayed walls and no ropes. See figure 2 for a good example of this type of pavilion. So the question then becomes, `How did the pavilion gain its shape?' Clearly some sort of internal structure is used. My first experiment was using an internal wooden hoop, bound into the eaves of the pavilion. This turned out to be awkward, ungainly, time-consuming, and unstable. It was hard to put up and involved a lot of awkward pieces. In any sort of wind it shifted around and distorted. It was impossible to tie down securely, as tightening the ropes distorted it still further, and eventually the hoop broke while being bent and warped by the wind. So that experiment failed. On a large pavilion the hoop technique was inherently unstable and fragile. Very frustrating; I had the cloth for a fine pavilion, and no way to put it up. At this point I saw a pavilion owned by Sir Xenophon and Mistress Celynen. Their pavilion was made by a company in England that supplies pavilions to a number of historical and re-enactment groups. As I understand it, the design is based upon a 15th century Burgundian pavilion in the Bern Museum in Switzerland. Their pavilion used a spoked-wheel construction, with the hub passing through the center pole and the spokes supporting the eaves. This system would explain the `pavilion after the storm' illustration in a way that perimeter poles or hoops could not. So I built a spoked-wheel structure for my pavilion, and found that my awkward-duckling pavilion had turned into a swan.
How to make a pavilion style tent
Making a Medieval Single-Pole Pavilion
how to style a side braid
French Braids, Hair Colors, Red Hair, Fairies Hair, Girls Hairstyles, Fishtail Braids, Hair Style, Redhair, Side Braids
gorgeous hair color! love the braid
Lovely Side #Hair Style #hairstyle #girl hairstyle
Medieval Fig Tarts
Figtart, Medieval Recipes, Historical Food, Games Of Thrones, Medieval Figs, Medieval Food, Fig Tart, Honey, Figs Tarts
Medieval Fig Tarts - Game of Thrones party snack
Inn at the Crossroads makes food from Game of Thrones and I want to eat ALL of it. #Food #GameofThrones #Tarts #FigTarts #Recipe#MedievalJousting #JustJoustIt
medieval recipes | Medieval Fig Tart Recipe | Favorite Recipes
Medieval Fig Tarts (Just use maple syrup or date syrup instead of honey and use a vegan pastry, like the one from Vegan Pie In The Sky.)
Antiques Writing, Faded Memories, Magic Miniatures, Inspiración Medieval, Medieval Recreation, Medieval Fantasy, Amazing Desks, Knights Reading, Medieval Study
The Knight read his orders delivered from the King.
Amazing desk, parchment, quills and ink.
The only remaining Medieval Crown (1370-80) - bridal crown
Remain Medieval, Oldest Survival, Queen Anne, Medieval Crowns, Richard Ii, Crowns Jewels, Daughters, English Queen, Crowns 1370 80
The only remaining Medieval Crown (1370-80) This crown belonged to Richard II’s first queen, Anne of Bohemia, and is a fine example of the ornate Bohemian style. After Henry IV’s accession it was given to his daughter Blanche, who brought it to Germany when she married the Elector Palatine Ludwig III; it now resides in the Residenz in Munich.
British Medieval Crowns: The Bohemian or Palatine crown - c.1370-80. The crown was owned by Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II. Henry IV's daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and the crown passed to the Palatine Treasury in Heidelberg as part of her dowry. In 1782 it was transferred to the Munich Treasury along with other jewels belonging to the Palatine branch of the Wittelsbach family. This is the oldest surviving crown of England.
Reportedly the oldest surviving crown of an English queen ("Bohemian" or "Palatine" crown); gold, enamel, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, diamonds, pearls; C1370-80 although Margaret of York's may be older?!? Recorded in English list of jewels & plate in 1399. Probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, wife of King Richard II, deposed that year by Henry IV. Henry's daughter, Blanche, married Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 & it passed to Palatine Treasury, Heidelberg.
"The crown was first recorded in England's crown jewels in 1399. It may have belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia (King Richard II wife before being de-throned by Henry IV). Henry IV daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and the crown passed to the Palatine Treasury in Heidelberg. In 1782 it was transferred to the Munich Treasury. This is the oldest surviving crown of England." (paraphrased for Pinterest)
Medieval Recipes - goat
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Game of Thrones. Dothraki goat roasted with sweetgrass, firepods, and honey
Dothraki Goat - The medieval recipe is jot really period because it includes hot peppers. He modern recipe looks fabulous though!
Marinated Goat Skewers
Early Poesy Ring: ca. 1200-1400, high carat gold inscribed with Lombardic lettering in Norman French "Ceit Mon Vie" with hand-engraved exterior of rose and leaf motifs as well as a cross pattée. "A poesy ring is embellished with a saying engraved to its interior. Most often signifying a marriage ring, posie rings are typically English in origin with a long history from the medieval era to the 18th century. A few even entered into the 19th century. These engraved inscriptions took many forms..."