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Gabriel-Gaspard Gresly (1712-1756), Trompe l’oeil still life. Oil on canvas, 64 x 49 cm. 12

Gabriel-Gaspard Gresly (1712-1756), Trompe l’oeil still life. Oil on canvas, 64 x 49 cm. 12

YIN WOOD SYMBOLISM Dutch playing cards from 1920-1927: Queen of Hearts by Michiel2005 on Flickr

YIN WOOD SYMBOLISM Dutch playing cards from 1920-1927: Queen of Hearts by Michiel2005 on Flickr

XVIII. The Moon - Tavaglione Tarot - The Stairs of Gold Tarot by Giorgio Tavaglione

XVIII. The Moon - Tavaglione Tarot - The Stairs of Gold Tarot by Giorgio Tavaglione

Alfred Jarry. César-Antechrist. - Paris: Éditions du Mercure de France, 1895

Alfred Jarry. César-Antechrist. - Paris: Éditions du Mercure de France, 1895

Queen, House of Arpad (in Celje feathers). Perhaps Anne, Duchess of Luxembourg (1432 Vienna -1462 Saxony-Anhalt), Ladislaus's oldest sister? On 2 June 1446, 14-year old Anne was married to William "the Brave" of Saxony (1425–82), Landgrave of Thuringia, a younger son of Frederick I "the Warlike" of Saxony.  They had 2 daughters: Margaret of Thuringia (1449 – 13 July 1501) and Katharina of Thuringia (1453 – 10 July 1534)

Queen, House of Arpad (in Celje feathers). Perhaps Anne, Duchess of Luxembourg (1432 Vienna -1462 Saxony-Anhalt), Ladislaus's oldest sister? On 2 June 1446, 14-year old Anne was married to William "the Brave" of Saxony (1425–82), Landgrave of Thuringia, a younger son of Frederick I "the Warlike" of Saxony. They had 2 daughters: Margaret of Thuringia (1449 – 13 July 1501) and Katharina of Thuringia (1453 – 10 July 1534)

Queen, Court of Bohemia.  Barbara of Celje supported Wladislaw III of Poland to succeed Sigismund and was imprisoned  in Bratislava 4 Dec 4, 1437 until his death 4 days later.  all her property was confiscated and she was exiled from Hungary.  She was given Sandomierz, Poland as a fief, then lived from 1441-51 as Dowager Queen in Mělník in Bohemia. where she plotted against the regime and pursuing her interests in alchemy and the occult (TAROT).  She died of the plague in July 1451.

Queen, Court of Bohemia. Barbara of Celje supported Wladislaw III of Poland to succeed Sigismund and was imprisoned in Bratislava 4 Dec 4, 1437 until his death 4 days later. all her property was confiscated and she was exiled from Hungary. She was given Sandomierz, Poland as a fief, then lived from 1441-51 as Dowager Queen in Mělník in Bohemia. where she plotted against the regime and pursuing her interests in alchemy and the occult (TAROT). She died of the plague in July 1451.

El Tarot de la Nueva Visión  por Pietro Alligo ilustrado por Raúl y Gianluca Cestaro  (basado en el Tarot Rider-Waite, con un cambio de perspectiva de 180•)

El Tarot de la Nueva Visión por Pietro Alligo ilustrado por Raúl y Gianluca Cestaro (basado en el Tarot Rider-Waite, con un cambio de perspectiva de 180•)

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