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Sarah Blick Nov 17
Two sides of the Heller Altarpiece (1507-1509) by two very different artists. Exterior (grisaille) Matthias Grunewald and interior (color) Albrecht Durer.
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Laura Moretti 5 Nov 17
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M Jul 9
15th-century 1400-1499 This makes me think of Gino Fornaciari's forensic work -- will his lab study this case?
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Dr. Katherine McKenna 20 Aug 18
Prepping for my research talk this Thursday at UCLALSC @ 4:30!
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michal, deadly erinys of latium Feb 20
Replying to @theancientgeeko
also perhaps? is a thing? am I inventing hashtags in search of answers to my pressing classical reception questions?
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Elizabeth Champion ⚔️ Jan 29
Can anyone help out a fellow undergrad of mine? Everyone was so helpful with my own struggle with CfPs
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Anna Jan 19
Replying to @RCT
Very similar children can be found on the copy after the master from collection (RL 12564). Needless to say that this image of Madonna also comes from Leonardo (here's version of The Virgin of the Rocks).
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kim ✨ Nov 9
Hey or , did the Medici ever have ricordanze? My Google search says no but my heart says yes
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Emma “J.R.R.” Tolkin Jul 25
🎺ATTN & ! My beloved cousin is ~to be wed~ in August, and asked if I knew any "fun/dirty renaissance songs" for us bawdy wedding gals to sing on a raucous procession through Brooklyn to the venue... Any ideas??? 🎉👰🏻🎶💃🏿🥁💃🏻💍💃🏾💐💃🏼🥂💃🏽🗽👯‍♀️🃏
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Martin Neylon Jul 24
The lustrous, flowing locks and beard of Sir John Egerton (1585-1662). Being bald, I'm jels. St Werburghs,
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Dina Jul 23
Hi / anyone know of a good article on the line “to justify the ways of God of man” from Paradise Lost? (I’m writing about Pragmatism & the purpose of poetry—hoping to use Milton in my paper )
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Saxon Henry Jul 6
Sir Thomas More died : he was just 57 years old. He had entered Henry’s service a rich man: he left it without rewards of any kind, with an income of £100 a year,” wrote William Hudson Shaw.
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Saxon Henry Jul 6
Sir Thomas More died - writing about him made me realize the issue of context is one of the things that fascinates me about history because it presents the ultimate challenge when looking so far back in time
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Saxon Henry Jul 6
Sir Thomas More died : I traverse the concrete path that leads me out of the park toward the church and stop at his cloaked statue. I draw close to his weary gaze and shiver: his presence is palpable.
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Ariella Minden Mar 25
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The Symphonist 🇪🇺 25 Nov 18
I Ithink will be coming for Anke rather than you David 😉
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The Symphonist 🇪🇺 25 Nov 18
I think may want to have a word with you
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William Kenlon 24 Nov 18
Okay, here's a deep cut for all you (early-) and/or (late-) and/or people: in what dialect of English is the Ritson manuscript (British Museum Addit. MS. 5665)?
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Thomas Johnson 1 Aug 18
Replying to @SGUYBRAY
Aww, thanks, Stephen. Can't thank you enough for being my gateway into and . I never knew there were so many thirsty scholars our there like myself.
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Adam Bishop 11 Jun 18
Was there thing going around the other day (or is there also a ?) about a knight named Sir Robert Fucks-something? His last name started with Fucks- at least. It was pretty hilarious but I can't find it now.
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