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Bildergebnis für medieval pilgrim

Bildergebnis für medieval pilgrim

Pilgrim badge from St Antony’s Hospital in Threadneedle Street, London. The badge is in the shape of a Tau cross (a T-shaped cross that resembles the Greek letter Tau). It is beaded around the edge and has a pearl at each outward corner. The cross is decorated with the figure of crucified Christ. Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim badge from St Antony’s Hospital in Threadneedle Street, London. The badge is in the shape of a Tau cross (a T-shaped cross that resembles the Greek letter Tau). It is beaded around the edge and has a pearl at each outward corner. The cross is decorated with the figure of crucified Christ. Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim-badge; lead alloy; form of purse or scallop shell; lower part spreading out like fan; radiated pattern, beaded border and three tassels.

form of purse or scallop shell; lower part spreading out like fan; radiated pattern, beaded border and three tassels. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Pilgrim badge from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. This badge is in the form of a mitred head within a barbed quatrefoil frame. Late Medieval; 14th century ID no: 8801

Pilgrim badge from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. This badge is in the form of a mitred head within a barbed quatrefoil frame. century ID no: 8801

Canterbury bell Pilgrim souvenir from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. This souvenir is in the form of a bell with a quatrefoil loop at the top. It was designed to be worn around a pilgrim’s neck. Miniature bells like this were popular with Canterbury pilgrims, particularly in the 14th century. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Canterbury bell Pilgrim souvenir from the shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. This souvenir is in the form of a bell with a quatrefoil loop at the top. It was designed to be worn around a pilgrim’s neck. Miniature bells like this were popular with Canterbury pilgrims, particularly in the 14th century. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Pilgrim badge from a shrine of St Leonard, probably in England. This badge depicts a standing figure of St Leonard. He wears a bishop’s vestments and mitre. In his left hand is a crosier (its shaft is slightly bent) and his right hand is raised in a gesture of blessing. Fetters hang from his right wrist. He is standing on a scroll with an inscription: ‘S LENARD’. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th-15th century

Pilgrim badge from a shrine of St Leonard, probably in England. This badge depicts a standing figure of St Leonard. He wears a bishop’s vestments and mitre. In his left hand is a crosier (its shaft is slightly bent) and his right hand is raised in a gesture of blessing. Fetters hang from his right wrist. He is standing on a scroll with an inscription: ‘S LENARD’. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th-15th century

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Pilgrim badge Pilgrim badge depicting the Assumption of the Virgin Mary to Heaven. Mary is shown standing on a crescent moon and is surrounded by an irregular aureole (field of glory). It is possible that this badge was made at the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk for the feast of the Assumption on 15 August, one of the major festivals of the Virgin Mary. Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim badge Pilgrim badge depicting the Assumption of the Virgin Mary to…

Pilger auf einem Tafelgemälde aus dem ehem. Lüneburger  Kloster Heiligenthal (heute in St. Nicolai, Lüneburg), Mitte 15. Jh.

Pilger auf einem Tafelgemälde aus dem ehem. Lüneburger Kloster Heiligenthal (heute in St. Nicolai, Lüneburg), Mitte 15. Jh.

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