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Ben Grimshaw 7h
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Godfrey of Bouillon deposits his trophies from the Battle of Ascalon (August, 1099) in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. 19th century painting by French artist François Marius Granet (1775–1849).
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Ben Grimshaw Aug 4
In this 14th century English manuscript, Christ leads the First Crusaders to the Holy Land on a white horse, as he is depicted during the Apocalypse in Revelation 19, Book of Revelations.
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TemplarsNow Aug 4
11th Century Benedictine participation in the Toledo School of Translators
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Chris Vernel 40m
⚔Men of the Empire⚔ Photo by thibautschenkelphotographe in 🏰 2017 Such a great set =D
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Ken Fry Aug 1
BOOK 1: AWAKENING And the story begins... In the time of Saladin, before The Third Crusade, an unlikely heroine is born. ♨   to read on  
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Ben Grimshaw Aug 5
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After repelling the surprise attack of the sultan at the Battle of Jaffa, Richard the Lionheart and Saladin signed a three year truce which concluded the Third Crusade.
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BiblioEmporium Aug 3
This is titled, "The Lady and the " and is from the late 15th century. It was lost to history for many years & was found in storage in the late 19th century. It is now displayed in the Musée de Cluny, France’s museum of the .
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Barbara Henderson 4,331 Aug 3
Gosh, I'll take that review, thank you very much!!! Thank you so, so much, !
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ADS Aug 6
M is for Maps! 🗺️ The Mapping the Townscape: a digital atlas of the new towns of Edward I project investigated how urban landscapes were shaped in the . The includes a digital atlas of 13 towns with photos and
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Carlos Gracia 🧭 11h
Vestimenta en la Alta y la Plena Edad Media Clothing in the Early and the High Middle Ages
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Barbara Henderson 4,331 Aug 2
Tomorrow I'll be Recommending 5 children's books set in the , along with a book review on . Thanks so much to and for starting the .
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geocappiello Jul 31
2020 Heroes and Heroines (1411-16) fresco (detail) Baronial Hall, Castle of Manta, Saluzzo 🇮🇹
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John E Wade II Aug 1
My church has a Men's retreat once a year. One year we addressed the book; "How the Irish Saved Civilization." I read the book and participated. It was during the and barbarians were burning books all over the place. The Irish didn't. We must not!
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Meaghan Allen 21h
Honestly I don’t understand how people think the were “backwards” . I mean, they created WINE WINDOWS during a breakout of the ! (Though technically this is a Medievalism as the vino windows are Early Modern ca.1559)🍷🏰
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Arnout Aug 5
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Melanie Loomos Aug 1
Interesting 🤔. I mentioned that happened in the a/k/a and a bunch of scholars told me I was wrong! And called me Karen. That’s not my name!
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Dracula Chronicle Aug 1
The story of Dracula’s grandfather, one of the greatest rulers of the , Mircea the Old 1386-1418 maintained a degree of independence in Wallachia, surrounded on all sides by hostile actors. His diplomatic…
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HStartupNation Aug 3
is the current system is inherited from the middle ages ?
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Gadget Fine Store Aug 4
Like and share this pure awesomeness!
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Amberley Publishing 2h
Medieval ‘Wine Windows’ Revived Due to Coronavirus.  
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