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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.

"Journey to Normandy"- Scene2:                        Harold and a companion enter the church at Bosham, to pray for a safe voyage. The night before they leave a feast is held in one of Harold's many houses - the manor house at Bosham. Harold boards his ship and sets sail. He is still carrying his hawk.

"Journey to Normandy"- Scene2: Harold and a companion enter the church at Bosham, to pray for a safe voyage. The night before they leave a feast is held in one of Harold's many houses - the manor house at Bosham. Harold boards his ship and sets sail. He is still carrying his hawk.

"Planning The Invasion" - Scene 1G: News of Edward's death and Harold’s coronation is carried across the channel to William, Duke of Normandy. William is furious - he claimed that the throne of England should be his and saw Harold as a usurper. William decides to attack England and organises a fleet of warships. To his left sits Bishop Odo of Bayeux, his half-brother, making his first appearance in the tapestry.

"Planning The Invasion" - Scene 1G: News of Edward's death and Harold’s coronation is carried across the channel to William, Duke of Normandy. William is furious - he claimed that the throne of England should be his and saw Harold as a usurper. William decides to attack England and organises a fleet of warships. To his left sits Bishop Odo of Bayeux, his half-brother, making his first appearance in the tapestry.

19. The sea is crowded with ships, full of soldiers and horses. William sails in the ship, Mora, bought for him by his wife Matilda.

19. The sea is crowded with ships, full of soldiers and horses. William sails in the ship, Mora, bought for him by his wife Matilda.

I was so happy when a few weeks ago, I stumbled across this image - Dispute des suppôts de Satan / Conflict between the henchmen of Satan...

I was so happy when a few weeks ago, I stumbled across this image - Dispute des suppôts de Satan / Conflict between the henchmen of Satan...

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