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Psaltir s posledovanjem by  Hristofor Racanin - pisar, 1645 (RS-326) a

Psaltir s posledovanjem by Hristofor Račanin - pisar, 1645 a

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Aarau, Staatsarchiv Aargau, f. – Heraldry Guide of Hans Ulrich Fisch

Liber de laudibus Sanctae Crucis [Manuscrito] . Inc.: Ecce imago salvatori membrorum suorum positione (h. 8)... Exp.: ad celestia angelorum agnina ibi quetibi laus perpetua per cuncta senabit secula. Amen. (A book about the praise of the Holy Cross)

: ad celestia angelorum agnina ibi quetibi laus perpetua per cuncta senabit secula. (A book about the praise of the Holy Cross)

Anna Dandolo (d.1258) was a Venetian noblewoman who became Queen consort of Serbia as the second wife of King Stefan the First-Crowned, founder of the Serbian kingdom. She was crowned at Stefan's coronation in 1217, and she held this title until his death in 1228. She was the granddaughter of Enrico Dandolo, Doge of Venice. King Stefan Uroš I was her son. The marriage of Stefan to a woman from the Republic of Venice was politically advantageous to Serbia.

Anna Dandolo (d.1258) was a Venetian noblewoman who became Queen consort of Serbia as the second wife of King Stefan the First-Crowned, founder of the Serbian kingdom. She was crowned at Stefan's coronation in 1217, and she held this title until his death in 1228. She was the granddaughter of Enrico Dandolo, Doge of Venice. King Stefan Uroš I was her son. The marriage of Stefan to a woman from the Republic of Venice was politically advantageous to Serbia.

Whale, English Bestiary (Harley 4751), author unknown, 13th century, housed at the British Library.

Miniature of a whale and a sailing boat, from a Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis, England (Second quarter of the c.

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