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Boccace, Des cleres et nobles femmes, traduction française anonyme | Gallica 50r

Boccace, Des cleres et nobles femmes, traduction française anonyme | Gallica 50r

Artist in her Atelier Giovanni Boccaccio, Des cléres et nobles femmes, Spencer Collection MS. 33, f. 37v, French, c. 147 by Cea., via Flickr

Artist in her Atelier Giovanni Boccaccio, Des cléres et nobles femmes, Spencer Collection MS. 33, f. 37v, French, c. 147 by Cea., via Flickr

Tacuinum Sanitatis, (BNF NAL 1673), c. 1390-1400: silk clothing (fol. 95)

Tacuinum Sanitatis, (BNF NAL 1673), c. 1390-1400: silk clothing (fol. 95)

Calendrier-martyrologue de l'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, XIIIe  siècleParis, BnF, département des Manuscrits

Calendrier-martyrologue de l'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, XIIIe siècleParis, BnF, département des Manuscrits

Newberry Library, Chicago, Le ieu des echez moralisiet que fit un de noz freres. Case MS 55.5 (Vault)

Newberry Library, Chicago, Le ieu des echez moralisiet que fit un de noz freres. Case MS 55.5 (Vault)

Hours of Henry VIII, Folio 3v,  1500. Morgan Library online has a great zoomable image, back of 'Flemish hood', tie appears to be separate, which is different to the classic version.

Hours of Henry VIII, Folio 3v, 1500. Morgan Library online has a great zoomable image, back of 'Flemish hood', tie appears to be separate, which is different to the classic version.

Miniature Relief of an Evangelist at His Writing Table (John, Luke, Mark), 1200–1225, German. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George Blumenthal, 1941 (41.190.237)

Miniature Relief of an Evangelist at His Writing Table (John, Luke, Mark), 1200–1225, German. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of George Blumenthal, 1941 (41.190.237)

9 (Marshal) of France, from The Courtly Household Cards, ca. 1450. The…

9 (Marshal) of France, from The Courtly Household Cards, ca. 1450. The…

Iconic representation of Charlemagne with Popes Gelasius I and Gregory I. From the sacramentary of Charles the Bald (ca. 870).

Iconic representation of Charlemagne with Popes Gelasius I and Gregory I. From the sacramentary of Charles the Bald (ca. 870).

1540, Hans Burgmair, Tournament Book

1540, Hans Burgmair, Tournament Book

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