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Vie et passion de saint Denis, Traité des reliques, Légende de la passion des dix mille martyrs, Légende de la Véronique ; Chronique abrégée de la naissance de J.-C. à 1112, Continuation de 1120 à 1278. [traduction anonyme en français]. Date d'édition : 1270-1285 Type : manuscrit

Vie et passion de saint Denis, Traité des reliques, Légende de la passion des dix mille martyrs, Légende de la Véronique ; Chronique abrégée de la naissance de J.-C. à 1112, Continuation de 1120 à 1278. [traduction anonyme en français]. Date d'édition : 1270-1285 Type : manuscrit

The helmets are gorgeous!  "A Battle from the Trojan War", 1390-1400. A detached leaf from a book made by an unnamed "First Master of the Bible historiale of Jean de Berry, illuminator" Getty Museum.

The helmets are gorgeous! "A Battle from the Trojan War", 1390-1400. A detached leaf from a book made by an unnamed "First Master of the Bible historiale of Jean de Berry, illuminator" Getty Museum.

A pavise a word stemming from the name of Pavia, in Italy is a large shield of used to protect the entire body. It was primarily used by archers and crossbowmen, particularly during sieges. It was carried by a pavisier, usually an archer, or, especially for the larger ones, by a groom. The pavise was held in place by the pavisier or sometimes deployed in the ground with a spike attached to the bottom. While reloading their weapons, crossbowmen would crouch behind them for shelter.

A pavise a word stemming from the name of Pavia, in Italy is a large shield of used to protect the entire body. It was primarily used by archers and crossbowmen, particularly during sieges. It was carried by a pavisier, usually an archer, or, especially for the larger ones, by a groom. The pavise was held in place by the pavisier or sometimes deployed in the ground with a spike attached to the bottom. While reloading their weapons, crossbowmen would crouch behind them for shelter.

Robert the Bruce and King Edward II brought back to life with help of 3D Hollywood technology at new £9m Bannockburn centre

Robert the Bruce and King Edward II brought back to life with help of 3D Hollywood technology at new £9m Bannockburn centre

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