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CMA: Medieval Art 10h
Single Leaf from a Decretum by Gratian: Quadruple Arcade with Concordance of Greek and Latin Alphabets , c. 1160-1165
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James D'Emilio Sep 18
Surely the sculptors at Saint-Pierre, Chauvigny were blessed (or cursed?) with a more vivid imagination than most
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The Met: Medieval Art 4h
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 19
Book of Hours (Use of Rouen): fol. 125r, Master of the Geneva Latini, c. 1470
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Darius von Guttner 5h
Very thrilled to be visiting the Castle and encountering this statute identified as St Ursula. I’m actually not quite sure it is St Ursula but she is presented in such a splendid way.
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CMA: Medieval Art 11h
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The Met: Medieval Art 6h
Plaque from a Reliquary Shrine
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CMA: Medieval Art 13h
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The Met: Medieval Art Sep 21
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The Met: Medieval Art Sep 21
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The Met: Medieval Art 17h
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The Met: Medieval Art 6h
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The Met: Medieval Art 7h
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Satanic Bay Area 15h
Illumination from 12th century Winchester Psalter. When they double book your AirBNB and you interrupt the orgy.
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 21
Hours of Queen Isabella the Catholic, Queen of Spain: Fol. 218r, Master of the First Prayerbook of Maximillian, c. 1500
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The Met: Medieval Art Sep 20
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 21
Printed Book of Hours (Use of Rome): fol. 73r, Lazarus, Guillaume Le Rouge, 1510
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 21
Plaque, probably from a Reliquary Shrine, c. 1180-1190
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 20
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CMA: Medieval Art Sep 20
74. Fol. 463r, Acts, historiated initial P, the Ascension, c. 1275-1300
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