Agricultural medieval tools | Lost Kingdom
A review of medieval tools like the axe, flail, harrow, scythe, plough (ard), heavy plough and all others medieval villagers used.
Early Christian & Medieval Art PPT Resources
Visual Advance Organizer- VAO’S ESL students will use the first visual organizer, and will work in small groups to complete the sentence stems and list of essential questions. In the second v…
Bible of Borso d’Este — Viewer
The magnificent Bible of Borso d’Este represents the zenith of Ferrarese miniature painting and one of the highpoints of Italian Renaissance manuscript illumination. It was commissioned by Borso d’Este (1413–71), the first duke of Ferrara, who intended it as a demonstration of the splendor of the House of Este, which at the time was competing with Florence and the court of the Medici for international status. The manuscript was completed between 1455 and 1461, the same time that Johann…
Medieval Medicine: Its Mysteries and Science
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For the love of Books...The "Codex Rotundus" owes its name to its round shape. It is a small book of hours (9 cm diameter) made in Bruges in 1480. Thumbnails are most likely from the workshop of Dutchman Willem Date illuminator (active from 1450 to 1482)...Hildesheim Cathedral Library, Germany.
A bound collection of vellum sheets illuminated with original bodycolour paintings on 28 panels, the vellum sheets originally forming two continuous manuscript rolls, both relating to the De La Broye family, attested to by J.
18th-century vellum over pasteboard, early manuscript title to spine Provenance: Louis-François Quarré-Reybourbon Lille, Collection Quarré-Reybourbon 19th-century bookplate ; Paul Anatole Auguste Marie Denis du Péage Lille, 1874-1952, armorial bookplate Important early collection of original botanical paintings celebrating wealth and status through a show of rare and expensive varieties of tulips and others exotic cultivars. Originally
Inhabited Initial B (Getty Museum)
Inhabited Initial B; Unknown; Montecassino, Italy; 1153; Tempera colors, gold leaf, gold paint, and ink; Leaf: 19.2 × 13.2 cm (7 9/16 × 5 3/16 in.); Ms. Ludwig IX 1 (83.ML.97), fol. 140v; The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. Ludwig IX 1, fol. 140v; Rights Statement: No Copyright - United States