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A manuscript illustration of a bishop blessing victims of the Black Death (Omne Bonum, c.

‘Living as a single person’: Marital Status, Performance and the Law in Late Medieval England - Medievalists.net

Detail of a historiated initial 'C'(oniugium) of a priest joining hands of a man and a woman. James le Palmer, Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio) England, S.

Gula (Gluttony) Royal 6 E VII Author: James le Palmer Origin: England, S. E. (London) Date: c. 1360- c. 1375

A man personifying Gula (Gluttony), from James le Palmer's Omne Bonum (Ebrietas-Humanus), (Royal 6 E VII (British Library)

Coronation of Edward IV 28 June 1461 It was on this day in British history, 28 June 1461, that King Edward IV was crowned King of England. Because he was the first Yorkist monarch in England, his...

Coronation of Edward IV 28 June 1461 It was on this day in British history, 28 June that King Edward IV was crowned King of England. Because he was the first Yorkist monarch in England, his reign was complicated by the War of the Roses.

Manuscript ONB Cod. Vindobonensis 2762 Wenzel Bible Folio 59v Dating 1389 From Germany (exact location unknown) Holding Institution Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

Vindobonensis 2762 Wenzel Bible Folio Dating 1389 From Deutschland (exact location unknown)

Detail Bundhaube!  Bible moralisée  - Biblia historica-allegorica iconologica Veteris Testamenti cum textu marginali gallico. 2. Viertel 13. Jhdt. (1225-1249) Cod. 2554 Folio 13

Detail Bundhaube! Bible moralisée - Biblia historica-allegorica iconologica Veteris Testamenti cum textu marginali gallico. 2. Viertel 13. Jhdt. (1225-1249) Cod. 2554 Folio 13

Christ in majesty with the Virgin and St. John the Evangelist: single leaf from a Book of Rules.  Venice, Iitaly, circa 1300-1330

Christ in Majesty w/ the Virgin & St. John the Evangelist: Single Leaf from a Book of Rules -- Circa -- Italian, Venice -- Ink, tempera & gold on parchment -- Cleveland Museum of Art

Leviticus cum glossa ordinaria Source: gallica.bnf.fr Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 184, fol. 2v.

Letter "U" with Moses and Aaron receiving the Ten Commandments while the Israelites below worship the golden calf.

With this bagel, I thee wed.

blancefleur: “ Detail of an historiated initial ‘S’(sponsus) of a man placing a ring on a woman’s finger. Source: BL Royal 6 E VI (England (London), ca.

Detail of a miniature of a priest marrying a couple. (British Library Royal 10 E IV f. 229v)

Detail of a miniature of a priest marrying a couple. Detail of a miniature of a priest marrying a couple. (British Library Royal 10 E IV f.

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