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The Military Revolution « The Alderney Elizabethan Wreck

Edinburgh 1830 Map  -  Large

Edinburgh 1830 Map - Large

1595, Sir John North MP, British (English) School. Vyne Estate, Hampshire. National Trust Collections, UK.

Portrait of Sir John North MP. By an artist from the British (English) School, The Vyne Estate, Hampshire.

Chamois Hunters from the Triumph of Maximillian Note the 'backpack' worn by the man on the left, with his back to the viewer.

Chamois Hunters from the Triumph of Maximillian Note the 'backpack' worn by the man on the left, with his back to the viewer.

The fatted pigs meet their end in December 55r In the woodcut, two hogs are being scorched with burning straw to remove the bristles, but Fella showed one tied to a stake and the other, in the next stage of the process, being boiled in a cauldron over the fire. He gave the butcher some bellows and a table, but struggled with the perspective. On the tree hangs a string of sausages, perhaps copied from Delaune’s frame.

The fatted pigs meet their end in December 55r In the woodcut, two hogs are being scorched with burning straw to remove the bristles, but Fella showed one tied to a stake and the other, in the next stage of the process, being boiled in a cauldron over the fire. He gave the butcher some bellows and a table, but struggled with the perspective. On the tree hangs a string of sausages, perhaps copied from Delaune’s frame.

👕Fashion: Tailors became much more prestigious due to the nobles and even middle-class hiring personal tailors to create their day-to-day wardrobes.  Tailoring businesses spread and increased in power and many tailors created their own shops.  The less successful tailors traveled around and worked for people who lived in the country.

The tailor. From a century woodcut by Jost Amman - Stock Image

A blind beggar holding a staff in his left hand and a chain to which is attached a dog, two men occur at the right of the picture ; after Annibale Carracci, printed by Pietro Faccini.

ca Anibale Carracci. A blind beggar holding a staff in his left hand and a chain to which is attached a dog, two men occur at the right, after Annibale Carracci Etching

James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton (c. 1516 – 2 June 1581, aged 65) was the last of the four regents of Scotland during the minority of King James VI. He was in some ways the most successful of the four, since he won the civil war that had been dragging on with the supporters of the exiled Mary, Queen of Scots. However, he came to an unfortunate end, executed by means of the Maiden, a primitive guillotine, which he himself was said to have introduced to Scotland.

James Douglas, Earl of Morton, about 1516 - Regent of Scotland − Online Collection − Collection − National Galleries of Scotland - about 1580

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg) Date: 1510

The Beheading of St. John the Baptist Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg Nuremberg)

Wisdom is better than gold

Wisdom is better than gold

Kapitein van de infanterie, Hendrick Goltzius, anoniem, 1583 - 1600

Kapitein van de infanterie, Hendrick Goltzius, anoniem, 1583 - 1600

"""'The Doome warning all men to the Judgement' by Stephen Bateman, 1581""" Interesting that the artist chose to make breast shapes on the female figures when perceived structured undergarments/kirtles of the time would not make breast shapes like that.

"""'The Doome warning all men to the Judgement' by Stephen Bateman, Interesting that the artist chose to make breast shapes on the female figures when perceived structured undergarments/kirtles of the time would not make breast shapes like that.

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