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The Hague, KB, KA 20, f.216r (The traitor Ganelon drawn and quartered). Jacob van Maerlant, Spieghel Historiael. West Flanders; c. 1325-1335

The Hague, KB, KA 20, f.216r (The traitor Ganelon drawn and quartered). Jacob van Maerlant, Spieghel Historiael. West Flanders; c. 1325-1335

Fécamp Psautier, Normandie, 1180 AD, showing nice details of high medieval peasant work. One of the few images of hoods of the 12th century are shown here.

Two Medieval Monks Invent Dinner Parties

Fécamp Psautier, Normandie, 1180 AD, showing nice details of high medieval peasant work. One of the few images of hoods of the 12th century are shown here.

The snails attack the monkeys' castle, The Copenhagen Chansonnier, Thott 291 8º, France, 15th century. Det Kongelige Bibliotek

The snails attack the monkeys' castle, The Copenhagen Chansonnier, Thott 291 8º, France, 15th century. Det Kongelige Bibliotek

The Hague, KB 131 H 9

The Hague, KB 131 H 9

Snail man spins GKS 1605 4°: Psalterium kb.dk/permalink/2006… pic.twitter.com/Mq178TXbDf

Snail man spins GKS 1605 4°: Psalterium kb.dk/permalink/2006… pic.twitter.com/Mq178TXbDf

Part of me hesitates to post this because it's so horrific. I don't want to give devils any ideas, but they probably have all the dark ideas they can handle anyway. This is one of the million reasons I can't stand people in general. The 8 Most Painful Torture Devices Of The Middle Ages. A little history lesson…

Part of me hesitates to post this because it's so horrific. I don't want to give devils any ideas, but they probably have all the dark ideas they can handle anyway. This is one of the million reasons I can't stand people in general. The 8 Most Painful Torture Devices Of The Middle Ages. A little history lesson…

Saw Torture: In this method, the victim is hung upside down, so that the blood will rush to their heads and keep them conscious during the long torture. The torturer would then saw through the victims’ bodies until they were completely sawed in half. Most were cut up only in their abdomen to prolong their agony.

Saw Torture: In this method, the victim is hung upside down, so that the blood will rush to their heads and keep them conscious during the long torture. The torturer would then saw through the victims’ bodies until they were completely sawed in half. Most were cut up only in their abdomen to prolong their agony.

Surgical, Medical and Anesthesia in the Middle East - medieval medicine

Surgical, Medical and Anesthesia in the Middle East - medieval medicine

ANOTHER DAY AT PHYSICAL THERAPY T-SHIRT

ANOTHER DAY AT PHYSICAL THERAPY T-SHIRT

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