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Antonio de Nebrija autor de la Gramática, la primera gramática publicada en imprenta de una lengua europea moderna.

Antonio de Nebrija autor de la Gramática, la primera gramática publicada en imprenta de una lengua europea moderna.

Illuminated Manuscript, Book of Hours, St. George, Walters Manuscript W.168, fol. 217v.  Mid-1400s. From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/medmss/6882587043/in/photostream/

Illuminated Manuscript, Book of Hours, St. George, Walters Manuscript W.168, fol. 217v. Mid-1400s. From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/medmss/6882587043/in/photostream/

Teletubbies in a basket, in Le Livre des hystoires du Mirouer du monde, Paris, 15th century

Bizarre and vulgar illustrations from illuminated medieval manuscripts

Illuminated Manuscript, Van Alphen Hours, Initial M with two souls kneeling in prayer in Purgatory, Walters Manuscript W.782, fol. 200r | by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

Illuminated Manuscript, Van Alphen Hours, Initial M with two souls kneeling in prayer in Purgatory, Walters Manuscript W.782, fol. 200r | by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts

The Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry (image 8) | Herman, Paul & Jean de Limbourg | Franco-Netherlandish; made in Paris | 1405-1408/1409 |  Tempera, gold & ink on vellum | Cloisters Collection; Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 54.1.1a, b | "The Belles Heures," a private devotional book, was the first of two sumptuous manuscripts commissioned by the duke of Berry from the Limbourg brothers. It is the only manuscript that they completed in its entirety.

The Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry (image 8) | Herman, Paul & Jean de Limbourg | Franco-Netherlandish; made in Paris | 1405-1408/1409 | Tempera, gold & ink on vellum | Cloisters Collection; Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 54.1.1a, b | "The Belles Heures," a private devotional book, was the first of two sumptuous manuscripts commissioned by the duke of Berry from the Limbourg brothers. It is the only manuscript that they completed in its entirety.

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