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Tracing back the ancient origins of April Fools’ Day Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Wicked Jester, Medieval Jester, Short Funny Stories, Renaissance, Jester Costume, Joker Playing Card, Arte Peculiar
Tracing back the ancient origins of April Fools’ Day
Tracing back the ancient origins of April Fools’ Day
[FULL CONTEXT FOR NEXT] Banquet with fool. From the album of Burchard Grossmann, Den Haag, KB, 133 C 14. f.171 -- image via europeana.eu: 17th Century Fashion, 16th Century, Ferdinand I, Jester, Archetypes, Woodcut, New Image, The Fool
[FULL CONTEXT FOR NEXT] Banquet with fool. From the album of Burchard Grossmann, Den Haag, KB, 133 C 14. f.171 -- image via europeana.eu | Альбом, Танец, Праздник
[FULL CONTEXT FOR NEXT] Banquet with fool. From the album of Burchard Grossmann, Den Haag, KB, 133 C 14. f.171 -- image via europeana.eu:
Medieval English jester via Persephone moonstone Medieval Party, Poster Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Moyen Age, Clowns
Medieval English jester via Persephone moonstone
Detail of Will Sommers, Fool to the Tudors, from "The Family of Henry VIII", at Hampton Court Palace. Photo by BeingBess. Uk History, Tudor History, British History, Ancient History, Tudor Court, Tudor Era, The Tudor Family, Henry Viii, King Henry
Detail of Will Sommers, Fool to the Tudors, from "The Family of Henry VIII", at Hampton Court Palace. Photo by BeingBess.
Ashlie Jensen
Ashlie Jensen
The Laughing Jester, Art museum of Sweden, Stockholm, 15th century Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Medieval Times, 15th Century Paintings, Jester Hat, Scary Clowns, Art Digital
The Laughing Jester, Art museum of Sweden, Stockholm, 15th century
Detail of a miniature of a fool, from Bible Historiale, Paris and Clairefontaine, 1411,    http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/.a/6a00d8341c464853ef01b7c82c7da9970b-pi Medieval World, British Library, La Danse Macabre, Renaissance Time, Paintings
Detail of a miniature of a fool, from Bible Historiale, Paris and Clairefontaine, 1411, http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/.a/6a00d8341c464853ef01b7c82c7da9970b-pi
Charles VI Tarot, The Fool Carlos Vi, Tarot The Fool, Le Tarot, Vintage Tarot, Intuition, Tarot Major Arcana, Joker Art
Charles VI Tarot, The Fool
Detail of a miniature of the Fool, with a bauble, loaf and a dog, from Guyart de Moulins’ Bible historiale, France (Paris), 1356-1357, Royal MS 17 E VII, vol. 1, f. 241r Funny Medieval, Medieval Life, Medieval Period, Medieval Fashion, Medieval Underwear, Medieval Pattern, Medieval Crafts
Dress Up for Halloween, Medieval Style
Detail of a miniature of the Fool, with a bauble, loaf and a dog, from Guyart de Moulins’ Bible historiale, France (Paris), 1356-1357, Royal MS 17 E VII, vol. 1, f. 241r
Fool from Froissart Chroniques late 15th BL Royal 14 D Medieval Houses, Medieval Castle, Medieval Dress, Medieval Clothing
Fools for April - streetsofsalem
Fool from Froissart Chroniques late 15th BL Royal 14 D
Archery Festival 1493 Morris Dancing, Praise The Sun, Wicker Man, Dark And Twisted
Archery Festival 1493
MarekynsWardrobe
MarekynsWardrobe
customers for fools' caps. from the album amicorum of Heinrich Schrotter (1580s). Weimar, Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek, Stb. 350 Medieval Market, Alba, S Xvi, Landsknecht, Magnum Opus
customers for fools' caps. from the album amicorum of Heinrich Schrotter (1580s). Weimar, Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek, Stb. 350
malcolm jones
malcolm jones
Two fools named Hoggig and Boggig fighting beneath a fool's cap and the legend "mihi pertinet" [it belongs to me/it's mine], the whole captioned "Vnser sein drey" [There's three of us]  -- from the album amicorum of Andreas Huber (entries dated 1587-1609). Stuttgart, WLB, cod. don. 899, f.148r. -- via their excellent website FOR MANY MORE EXAMPLES OF THE MOTIF which I call 'trick numeration', SEE MY "THE ADDITIONAL FOOL? - THAT WOULD BE YOU!" BOARD Illustrations, Illustration Art, Trick Pictures, Carnival Outfits, Autograph Books, Previous Life, Stuttgart
Two fools named Hoggig and Boggig fighting beneath a fool's cap and the legend "mihi pertinet" [it belongs to me/it's mine], the whole captioned "Vnser sein drey" [There's three of us] -- from the album amicorum of Andreas Huber (entries dated 1587-1609). Stuttgart, WLB, cod. don. 899, f.148r. -- via their excellent website FOR MANY MORE EXAMPLES OF THE MOTIF which I call 'trick numeration', SEE MY "THE ADDITIONAL FOOL? - THAT WOULD BE YOU!" BOARD
malcolm jones
malcolm jones
all-fool variant of the woman as bait in lobster-pot [Ger. Reuse] motif -- lots of examples of which on my ALBUM AMICORUM BOARD Print Book, Astarte, Sculpture, Humanoid Sketch
all-fool variant of the woman as bait in lobster-pot [Ger. Reuse] motif -- lots of examples of which on my ALBUM AMICORUM BOARD
malcolm jones
malcolm jones
Knave (1), from the Cloisters set of fifty-two playing cards, ca. 1470–1485, South Netherlandish. Medieval Games, Playing Cards
King of Horns, from The Cloisters Playing Cards | South Netherlandish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Knave (1), from the Cloisters set of fifty-two playing cards, ca. 1470–1485, South Netherlandish.