Remarkable Medieval....

That which is Medieval and defies our expectations, preconceptions and tropes about the period.
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An illustration of the view of the Tower of London and London Bridge, from a volume of Charles d'Orleans' Poetry  Inside the walls: exploring medieval towns - The British Library Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, British History, Art History, London History, Late Middle Ages
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An illustration of the view of the Tower of London and London Bridge, from a volume of Charles d'Orleans' Poetry Inside the walls: exploring medieval towns - The British Library
BOOK OF HOURS AND PRAYERBOOK, in Dutch, ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM AND PAPER Renaissance Art, Calligraphy Alphabet, Islamic Calligraphy, Font Alphabet, Calligraphy Fonts
BOOK OF HOURS AND PRAYERBOOK, in Dutch, ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM AND PAPER | Christie's
BOOK OF HOURS AND PRAYERBOOK, in Dutch, ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT ON VELLUM AND PAPER
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Why So Many Medieval Manuscripts Depict Violent Rabbits?
The earliest pictorial evidence of eyeglasses is Tommaso da Modena’s 1352 portrait of cardinal Hugh de Provence reading in a scriptorium Medieval Period, Wearable Technology, European History, Dark Ages
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The earliest pictorial evidence of eyeglasses is Tommaso da Modena’s 1352 portrait of cardinal Hugh de Provence reading in a scriptorium
Alcuin of York: History of York: Anglo Saxon monk and scholar. Medieval History, American History, World History
Alcuin of York
Alcuin of York: History of York: Anglo Saxon monk and scholar.
The four seasons, from early 11th century manuscript of De Temporibus by the Venerable Bede © Alamy English Heritage, English Art, Symbol Dictionary, William The Conqueror, Book Of Kells, Ancient Books, Spirituality
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The four seasons, from early 11th century manuscript of De Temporibus by the Venerable Bede © Alamy
Diagram, in Bede's 'About the Tabernacle' c. 1150 from the British Library The Venerable Bede (c.673-735) was, and remains, an important and influential historian of the early church. He wrote two works on the tabernacle and the temple, as well as the more famous 'History of the English Church and People', which were known across Europe and beyond. The Tabernacle, British Library, Sacred Space, Historian, Medieval, Temple, Early, Diagram
Diagram, in Bede's 'About the Tabernacle'
Diagram, in Bede's 'About the Tabernacle' c. 1150 from the British Library The Venerable Bede (c.673-735) was, and remains, an important and influential historian of the early church. He wrote two works on the tabernacle and the temple, as well as the more famous 'History of the English Church and People', which were known across Europe and beyond.
Monk. Born in Northumbria in 673, Bede studied at the newly-founded monastery of Wearmouth, and then Jarrow. Here he became a monk, and spent the rest of his life - probably travelling no further afield than York and Lindisfarne. The Venerable Bede said: "'I have devoted my energies to the study of the Scriptures. Observing monastic discipline, singing the daily services in church, study, teaching and writing have always been Westerns, St Cuthbert, Sir Anthony, Art Documentary
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Monk. Born in Northumbria in 673, Bede studied at the newly-founded monastery of Wearmouth, and then Jarrow. Here he became a monk, and spent the rest of his life - probably travelling no further afield than York and Lindisfarne. The Venerable Bede said: "'I have devoted my energies to the study of the Scriptures. Observing monastic discipline, singing the daily services in church, study, teaching and writing have always been
Robert Grosseteste and the pursuit of Religious and Scientific Learning in the Middle Ages The Middle, Middle Ages, Philosophy Of Mind, History Of Philosophy, Cunningham, Free Ebooks, Science Nature, Scientific, New Books
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Robert Grosseteste and the pursuit of Religious and Scientific Learning in the Middle Ages
Robert Grosseteste was an English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian, scientist and Bishop of Lincoln. Theologian, Lincoln, Wikipedia, Scientist, Visual Art, Robert
Robert Grosseteste - Wikipedia
Robert Grosseteste was an English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian, scientist and Bishop of Lincoln.
Robert Grosseteste. Born 1168 died 1253. A Norman raised in England. Attended Oxford. Taught at University of Paris 1208 to 1213. Became chancellor of Oxford. Became Bishop of Lincoln. The first to realize that rainbows involved refracted light. Made important contributions to the SCIENTIFIC METHOD. The principle of "resolution and composition" involving reasoning from the particular case to the general and then back again. (Paraphrase R STARK) Rouen, Ufo, Medical Library, Wellcome Collection, Library Catalog, Modern English, History Timeline, Church History
Robert Grosseteste. Born 1168 died 1253. A Norman raised in England. Attended Oxford. Taught at University of Paris 1208 to 1213. Became chancellor of Oxford. Became Bishop of Lincoln. The first to realize that rainbows involved refracted light. Made important contributions to the SCIENTIFIC METHOD. The principle of "resolution and composition" involving reasoning from the particular case to the general and then back again. (Paraphrase R STARK)
Beth Catherine Kubala
Beth Catherine Kubala
The king Tamar (Tamar the Great)  (c. 1160 – 18 January 1213), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was Queen Regnant of Georgia from 1184 to 1213. She presided over the "Golden age" of the medieval Georgian monarchy. Armenian History, Armenian Culture, Georgie, Badass Women, Women In History, Queen, Art Studios
The king Tamar (Tamar the Great) (c. 1160 – 18 January 1213), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was Queen Regnant of Georgia from 1184 to 1213. She presided over the "Golden age" of the medieval Georgian monarchy.
Galleria Medievale: Matilda di Canossa. La donna che mutò il corso della storia Miniature, History, Tuscany, People, Art, Painting, Galleria, Italia, Historia
Matilda di Canossa. La donna che mutò il corso della storia
Galleria Medievale: Matilda di Canossa. La donna che mutò il corso della storia
Matilda of Canossa Medieval Woman, Ancient History, Matilda, Middle Ages History, Fantasy Writer, Viking Warrior, Warrior Women
Ten Medieval Warrior Women - Medievalists.net
Matilda of Canossa