1. spikedennis:

    A Duel Between a Squirrel & a Monkey on a Unicorn

    Source: Duel between a squirrel and a monkey, both mounted on unicorns (Yates Thompson 19, 14th c.) …

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  2. booksnbuildings:

    Medieval people going about their business.

    Most things in life never change, it seems.

    Pictures from an illuminated psalter, c. 1500-35; +

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  3. eadfrith:

    Folio f..151v from the Bedford Psalter and Hours, written and illuminated for John Plantagenet (b. 1389; d. 1435), third son of Henry IV, dated to 1412-1422.

    A bit of a test so reposting this image.

    Click on the above image above, it should open in a new tab/page, then right click on that image and from the pop up menu select “View Image” and it should be available in it’s original size - you may need to click again if you have automatic image resizing enabled in your browser.

    I’m sure there is a simpler way to view the large image - sigh.

    Add MS 42131; Image from The British Library Manuscript Website

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  4. medievalpoc:

    Book of Hours, Dutch (Utrecht or Delft)

    f. 7v: The Marriage of the Virgin: ‘Die bruloft van Marien ende Ioseph’

    Netherlands (c. 1410-1420)

    Illuminated Manuscript (parchment codex), 125 x 90 mm.

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  5. jeannepompadour:

    Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry, illuminated by the Limbourg brothers, 1405-09

     

  6. eadfrith:

    The Bohun Psalter - folio 13r

    Beautifully decorated and historiated Initial with gold leaf.

    The Bohun Psalter, Egerton MS 3277, produced in Engand and probably London.  written for a member of the Bohun family around 1360-1365.

    Image from the British Library Manuscript website

    http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Egerton_MS_3277

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  7. demonagerie:

    Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 13096, f.86v. Apocalypse de S. Jean, en français (1313)

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  8. mediumaevum:

    Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote,
    The droghte of March hath perced to the roote,
    And bathed every veyne in swich licóur
    Of which vertú engendred is the flour…
          
         - The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue

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  9. inacom:

    Music—man playing portable organ, harp beside. France-England 15th cent. BL

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  10. nihtegale:

    Harvesting mandrakes, c.1265-1270

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