Pretty medieval manuscript of the day shows St Francis of Assisi receiving his stigmata. It seemed a good choice as the new pope chose the name Francis after this very saint. Image source: British Library MS Harley 3229. Image declared as public domain on the British Library website.
By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, The Annunciation from a Book of Hours, 1485–90, Tempera and gold leaf on parchment, Tours, France. (By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, the foremost illuminator to the court of France during the reigns of Louis XI, Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francis I (1461–1547)).
Detail of a miniature of Ceres sowing corn, in L'Épître Othéa (Le Codex Bodmer 49 contient l’« Epître d’Othéa » qui a été écrit par Christine de Pisan vers 1400). Cologny, Fondation Bodmer
Quadragesima (Lent) Royal 6 E VII Author: James le Palmer Title Omne Bonum (Ebrietas-Humanus) Origin England, S. E. (London) Date c. 1360- c. 1375