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Saint Maurice, ca Lucas Cranach the Elder. German Northern Renaissance Painter - and Workshop. The Black Knight! Jan Van Eyck, Black History Facts, Art History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, African American History, American Art, Black Art, Goldscheider

Lucas Cranach the Elder and Workshop | Saint Maurice | The Met

According to the oldest known version of the story, the Passio acaunensium martyrum (The Passion of the Martyrs of Agaunum), dating to about 450 and based on the writings of Eucherius, bishop of Lyons, Maurice commanded a Roman legion in Thebes, which was an early Christian territory

One of the stained glass windows in St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. Saint Patrick, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Stained Glass Art, Stained Glass Windows, Pierre Loti, Irish Catholic, Church Windows, Dublin City

St. Patrick's Cathedral - Dublin, Ireland

Stained glass inside St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

century or France Paris New York The Pierpoint Morgan Library Ms M 638 Morgan Bible AKA Maciejowski Bible fol Joab deceptively slaying Amasa Bo. Medieval World, Medieval Knight, Medieval Art, Medieval Drawings, Medieval Paintings, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Maleficarum, Art Roman

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13th century (mid-1240s or ca.1250) France, Paris New York, The Pierpoint Morgan Library Ms M. 638 - Morgan Bible AKA Maciejowski Bible fol. 43v - Joab deceptively slaying Amasa Both men wear coifs...

the-wicked-knight: Chess Piece in the Form of a Knight Date: ca. 1500 Culture: Netherlandish Medium: Elephant ivory Dimensions: Overall: 2 x 1 x in. x x cm) Classification: Ivories Medieval Games, Medieval Art, Chess Pieces, Game Pieces, Le Morse, Knight Chess, Renaissance, Objet D'art, Ivoire

Chess Piece in the Form of a Knight | Netherlandish | The Met

The knight is represented as a falconer.

Book of Hours, MS fol. - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum Medieval Books, Medieval Life, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Medieval Fantasy, Illuminated Manuscript, Patron Saint Of England, Renaissance, Saint George And The Dragon

Morgan M.46 Book of hours

St. George and the Dragon. Book of Hours, c. 1420 (Flemish, perhaps Ghent), with additions in England, c. 1420. Morgan M.46, fol 27v. The Morgan Library, New York

This video shows two of Henry VIII's two foot combat armours made for him while he was a young athletic man, for the Field of Cloth of Gold tournament in Anne Of Cleves, Anne Boleyn, Uk History, Tudor History, Renaissance Time, Elizabeth Of York, Combat Armor, Catherine Of Aragon, Tudor Era

Our Collection: Henry VIII's Armour - Field of Cloth of Gold

This video shows two of Henry VIII's two foot combat armours made for him while he was a young athletic man, for the Field of Cloth of Gold tournament in 152...

European riveted mail gusset / voider, with brass makers mark, to century, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Medieval Armor, Body Armor, Chain Mail, Panzer, 15th Century, Makers Mark

European riveted mail gusset / voider, with brass makers mark, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Retro Brit: King Canute verses King Edmund II (Ironside) Battle of Ashingdon - forming England of today Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Knight, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Friedrich Ii, Holy Roman Empire, Middle Ages

“They don’t like it up ’em…” Revisiting the sordid deaths of Edmund Ironside, Edward II, Kenneth II and James I of Scotland

To be a king and to be murdered – one might say – is no more than a hazard of the job. To be a king and to be murdered in one's privy, however, is to suffer a considerable indignity. Yet precisely this fate was visited on at least two British royals, if certain sources…

File:KHM Wien S XVI - Jousting armour of John the Constant, c. Knight In Shining Armor, Knight Armor, Renaissance, King Arthur Legend, Arm Armor, Medieval Armor, Chivalry, Roman Empire, Costume

A Brief Overview of Jousting and Armour by Heather R. Darsie - The Tudor Society

Jousting, much like rugby or American football, was a full-contact, dangerous sport. Severe injuries and even death were quite common. Henry II of France died in 1559 when a lance's splinter breached Henry's helmet and entered his brain by way of the eye. More like American football and less like rugby, individuals participating in the joust wore protection. Most armour was made by smiths in either Germany or Italy, though those smiths would travel to workshops all over the continent and…

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