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St Agnes flanked by St Blaise and St Anthony-Egerton 809, upper cover  Late 15th century possibly Bruges  The British Library, London

St Agnes flanked by St Blaise and St Anthony-Egerton upper cover Late century possibly Bruges The British Library, London

Detail from a January Calendar: Winter spinning (a woman's work is never done) Bruges, Netherlands. Attribution: The young Simon Bening (?)  British Library MS Egerton 1147

Detail from a January Calendar: Winter spinning (a woman's work is never done) Bruges, Netherlands. Attribution: The young Simon Bening (?

Felicity

Felicity

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Unicorn Cookbook Found at the British Library - Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts

Martyrdom of St. Margaret of Antioch, middle 15th century (1455-1460) Styria, Austria at the church of Sankt Lorenzen ob Murau

middle century 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) tempera.

“How Benedict obtains flower in Abundance fresco by Antonio Bazzi (Sodoma) from a cycle of frescoes at the Benedictine monastery, Monte Oliveto Maggiore, south of Siena in Tuscany.

[Renaissance]] “How Benedict obtains flower in Abundance fresco by Antonio Bazzi (Sodoma) from a cycle of frescoes at the Benedictine monastery, Monte Oliveto Maggiore, south of Siena in Tuscany.

Agatha

Agatha

Master of the Legend of Saint Catherine (c. panel), Master of the Princely Portraits (l. wing), A. van den Bossche (r. wing): “Triptych of the Miracles of Christ”, between 1491-1495. Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria, inv. 1247/3 — © Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria The banquet

Master of the Legend of Saint Catherine (c. panel), Master of the Princely Portraits (l. van den Bossche (r. wing): “Triptych of the Miracles of Christ”, between Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria

Did you know that 3rd February is the memorial of St. Blaise, patron saint of throat illnesses? #CatholicFacts

Did you know that February is the memorial of St. Blaise, patron saint of throat illnesses?

Woman carrying a distaff (under her arm) and drop spindle (hanging from the distaff) while feeding chickens. Luttrell Psalter, British Library, London.

Medieval Images of Spinning

Woman carrying a distaff (under her arm) and drop spindle (hanging from the distaff) while feeding chickens. Luttrell Psalter, British Library, London c.

The martyrdom of St. Blaise (Blasius), Bishop of Sebaste. Remember to keep your wool combs away from your kids, folks!

The Hague, KB, 76 F 2 fol. Suffrages The martyrdom of St. Blaise (Blasius), Bishop of Sebaste: his flesh is torn with iron combs

Galería Pintores Españoles - HUGUET, Jaume

Galería Pintores Españoles - HUGUET, Jaume

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