RMDCY934–German knight with his family, Middle Ages. Hand-colored print
RMD98W1C–Chivalry in the Middle Ages. A knight paying homage to his lord. Cavalier War Military Europe Nineteenth century Trade Card Chromolithograph
RMERGJ1R–Metal Casting: Copperware in the Middle Ages ('Dinandiers au moyen âge'). Illustration on history of metal casting (French: 'La
RMBWJBB0–Castello di Montebello fortress Middle Ages castle Bellinzona UNESCO world cultural heritage canton Ticino Swi
RMEGD7ER–Geertruy Haeck Kneeling in Adoration before Saint Agnes 1465 Dordrecht Dutch Netherlands Medieval Middle Ages
RMHDMBNN–Antique 1897 chromolithgraph showing Costumes from the Middle Ages — Man with coat and mantle (11th century); Warrior in Full Armor with spear; Woman with schapel, gown and surcoat (11th century); Man with hood, schecke and dupfing (14th century); Woman with Krueseler, gown and mantle (14th century); Man in scalloped surtout with sash turban and tappert (15th century); Woman in scalloped robe and turban (15th century); Man and woman with tinkling bells (15th century). SOURCE: ORIGINAL CHROMOLITHOGRAPH.
RMDAWA5W–fine arts, Middle Ages, prints, Mary and Joseph adoring the Christ Child, copper engraving, by the Master of the Nuremberg
RMJJX411–HISTORIC OLD GRAPE HARVEST / WINE PRODUCTION ILLUMINATED ILLUSTRATION DESIGN IN THE 15TH CENTURY by Pierre de Crescens 'Livre des Profits Champetres' showing the stages in vine cultivation during The Middle Ages
RMR22746–Schedelsche Weltchronik, Struktur des Reiches; 1493. The Schedelsches World Chronicle is an important German manuscript from the late Middle Ages (1493 ). It was published by Hartmann Schedel
RMT3T5RN–animals and shepherds in the Middle Ages
RFH8WF6X–wagon fort in the Middle Ages
RMCE8K1F–Prussian nobleman of the Middle Ages
RMCWD5TM–Romanesque Middle Ages manuscript illumination and enamel
RMA2Y5JF–Football In Middle Ages
RM2BW0CXP–illustration of knights jousting at a tournament in the Middle Ages, from a set of school posters used for social studies, c 1930
RMKERF61–Sweden. Middle Ages. Interior of the Jöns workshop, glassware manufacturer, located in the south of the city. Made in spruce wood. 14th-15th Centuries. Medieval Museum. Stockholm. Sweden
RMAM2K90–Knights in a tournament during the Middle Ages. Hand-colored engraving
RMD98TXP–Famine in the Middle Ages. Nineteenth century Trade Card Chromolithograph
RMERGNY9–Middle ages feast scene, with desserts. France, 14th Century.
RMBWJBDC–Castello Grand fortress Middle Ages castle Bellinzona UNESCO world cultural heritage canton Ticino Switzerland
RM2C52452–An old engraving showing the use of 'The Rack' for torture during the Middle Ages – it was first used in Britain around 1450. The rack is a torture device consisting of a rectangular, usually wooden frame with a roller at one or both ends. The victim's ankles are fastened to one roller and the wrists to the other. As the interrogation progresses, the ratchet mechanism attached to the rollers are used to gradually pull on the ropes or chains, slowly increasing the strain on the prisoner's body and causing excruciating pain.
RMDG8A8X–Early Middle Ages. Election of commander. Engraving. (Later colouration).
RMG169RK–Illuminated manuscript from the Chronicle Girart Roussillon depicting the construction of a church in France, 1448. In the Middle Ages of Europe fortifications, castles and cathedrals were the greatest construction projects. Fine stone masonry was used on
RMD8P2DC–Pillory from the Middle Ages with the inscription 'look at yourself first, then judge me', Burg Greifenstein Castle, Germany, Eu
RMR56JXY–Costumes from Ancient history, Middle Ages or Medieval Period, Germany
RFG8MJWA–XVI century, tourney representation: knightly competition or mock fight in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
RMW7CBT1–Embroidering. (Detail of a miniature from De claris mulieribus by Giovanni Boccaccio).
RM2A98TF7–Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, on his throne surrounded by his barons and advisers. Border with branches and flowers, woman playing lute and man playing bagpipes. From the 15th century manuscipt Chroniques abregees de Bourgogne. Charles, Duc de Bourgogne, sur son trone, entoure de ses barons et de ses conseillers. Chromolithograph by Felix Elie Regamey from Paul Lacroix’s La Vie Militaire et Religieuse au Moyen Age et a l’Epoque de la Renaissance, Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Paris, 1873.
RMKRHKGX–Desfile & fiesta veneciana-Habiti d’hvomeni et donne venetiane 1609
RMDJ8TTT–History of medicine. Dentist (barbers or general physicians). Middle Ages. Satire. Colored engraving.
RMA69KCB–Wealthy family dinner table in the Middle Ages. Color halftone
RMD98W16–Chivalry in the Middle Ages. Soldier, having won his spurs, being created a knight. Cavalier War Military Europe Nineteenth century Trade Card Chromolithograph
RMERFTX6–Punishment and executions in the Middle Ages. Woodcut from Mainz, by Johann Schoffer 1508. Gouging out eyes, with knife, about
RMBKPWK1–Knight in armour praying before going into battle
RMKAG3H2–Ritrovamento del cadavere di Jacopo de Pazzi (Medioevo) - Discovering the corpse of Jacopo de Pazzi (Middle Ages) 1864 Odoardo Borrani ( 1833 – 1905) was an Italian painter associated with the Macchiaioli group.
RMHHBWY6–The tournament prize in medieval times
RMDJ7NXY–History. Middle Ages. Vassal paying homage to their liege lord. Engraving. (Later colouration)
RMG16A76–The Lady and the Unicorn is the modern title given to a series of six tapestries woven in Flanders of wool and silk, from designs drawn in Paris in the late fifteenth century and are considered one of the greatest works of art of the Middle Ages in Europe
RMBNFF9W–Shepherds in the middle ages. Illustration from the book The Connoisseur Illustrated published 1904.
RMBHN7RF–middle ages, knights, tournament, combat with halberds, woodcut by Hans Burgkmair to 'Freydal', by emperor Maximilian I, circa 1513,
RM2K2K2X2–Poem composed by Jean Sénéchal, king Charles VI's chamberlain : 'Book of the Hundred ballades. The Troubadour'. Middle Ages. France. Bibliothèque de Chantilly.
RMB60R4D–Colourful stained glass window, church window, depiction of everyday situations from the middle ages, Saint Etienne Cathedral
RMFKC3W7–Middle Ages - Escape of Frederick I Barbarossa from Susa 1167
RMHT192J–A Tournament in the Middle Ages, 1882. Artist: Brend'amour, Richard (1831-1915)
RMDEK0F8–Edgar Degas - Battle Scene in the Middle Ages - aka The Suffering of the City of New Orleans - 1861 - Orsay Museum - Paris
RMC457PW–Death penalty in the Middle Ages
RMDJ0XAF–History of medicine. Dentist (barbers or general physicians). Middle Ages. Satire. Engraving.
RMDC5T8D–Theatrical performance of a Terence comedy during the Middle Ages. Color lithograph reproduction
RMHHG84D–Scenes of daily life in France in the middle ages, 15th century; Illustration from Le livre des faiz Monseigneur Saint Louis, in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris
RMERH255–Guild play being performed in the middle ages, circa fourteenth century. Caption reads: 'The demons were generally funny'.
RMBJ8DRA–Alchemists compounding a balsam in medieval times
RMCTWW50–Madonna with the Child, Mary with the Child
RMMM1JC7–Structure from the Middle Ages. Autun. 1910
RMM4G7A4–Dance of Death. Death and Pope. Printed by Antoine Verard, France, 15th century.
RMJR31R6–The Battle of Nicopolis took place on September 25, 1396 and resulted in the rout of an allied crusader army of Hungarian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Wallachian, French, English, Burgundian, German and assorted troops (assisted by the Venetian navy) at the hands of an Ottoman force, raising of the siege of the Danubian fortress of Nicopolis. It is often referred to as the Crusade of Nicopolis as it was one of the last large-scale Crusades of the Middle Ages. The Battle of Nicopolis is also widely regarded as the end of the Second Bulgarian Empire, since hopes for its revival had come to an end with
RF2HJPHEM–Relics of the middle ages in modern Belgium (1923)
RMBHN80N–people, poverty, misery, medieval times, Middle Ages, beggar, title of a book which is warning about beggars, woodcut, circa 1500,
RMEM6HHK–Heraldic Dragon from the early Middle Ages
RMKD3TAD–Organ from Early Middle Ages. Woman playing whilst man works on bellows.
RMBWYREB–castle historical canton St. Gallen Middle Ages castle Iberg Switzerland Europe Toggenburg tower rook Wat
RMJJX3WH–HISTORIC OLD GRAPE HARVEST / WINE PRODUCTION ILLUMINATED ILLUSTRATION DESIGN IN THE 15TH CENTURY by Pierre de Crescens 'Livre des Profits Champetres' showing the stages in vine cultivation during The Middle Ages
RMCW8XH7–Messenger of the Middle Ages
RMD88M29–JEWISH LIFE/MIDDLE AGES
RMTA2K95–View of Augsburg in the Middle Ages after an engraving by Schenk
RMCC6M3C–Middle Ages. Prince. Engraving at 'Germania', 1882. Colored.
RMA69K7C–Peasants sowing and cultivating fields outside a walled town in the Middle Ages. Color halftone
RM2K08E72–Rich money-changer and his wife in the Middle Ages, painted by Marinus van Reymerswaele or Marinus van Reymerswale (c.1490 - c. 1546) was a Dutch Renaissance painter mainly known for his genre scenes and religious compositions
RMERG2M8–French theatre miniature during the Middle Ages with decorative border. From one of Charles VI 's manuscripts of Terence.
RMDRK6FK–In the spinning room. A scene from the Middle Ages.
RM2E6GYDR–Cover of the book Dresses and decorations of the Middle Ages, print by British artist Henry Shaw, 1840s
RMH7F0EY–Virgin and Child1480 sculpture Middle Ages Oberrhein - Upper Rhine German Germany
RMDFWHKC–History. Medieval Europe. Travelling of Frankish kings in the 8th century.
RMG15E9H–Essential oil distillation from fresh herbs in the middle ages to produce aromatic medicines and perfumes.
RF2HJPHHB–Picturesque Pont des trous, remnant of the middle ages. Belgium (1923)
RMBHDBT2–medicine, hospital, health care, woodcut by Jean Petit, 15th century, historic, historical, nursing, home health care, home nursing, medieval times, Middle Ages, monks, monk, nun, nuns, death person, body, sack, corpse, sick-bed, sickbed, sick-beds, sickbeds, patients, sick bay, hospital, sick bays, hospitals, people,
RMEM6HHM–Heraldic Dragon from the later Middle Ages
RMDC46A4–'France of the Middle Ages', by Alfred-Charles Lenoir, statue of the 'Pont Alexandre III' in Paris, detail.
RMBWJBEH–Castello di Montebello fortress Middle Ages castle Bellinzona UNESCO world cultural heritage canton Ticino Swi
RFK9W06R–This ilustration, which dates to 1882, shows an oriflamme (French for 'golden flame') that was traditionally used as the battle standard for the king of France during the period known as the Middle Ages.
RM2A600AM–Portrait of Durante degli Alighieri (1265-1321) Italian poet of the late Middle Ages. Dated 14th Century
RMG39KYE–a bishop of the Middle Ages Date: medieval
RMTA28RJ–Punishments in the Middle Ages: execution of death penalty by wheels, hanging and beheading. Source: miniature, law enforcement against robbers and murderers. Diebold Schilling, Private Bauernchronik (Private Peasant Chronicle), 1480-84, page 184, Bern.
RMG8MYR1–Middle Ages. Women accused of witchcraft leading to prison. Engraving, 19th century.
RMDC8D2D–Clergy carrying a cross and holy images in procession before the emperor, early Middle Ages. Hand-colored woodcut
RMRJAMCR–Horses pulling a covered wagon in the Middle Ages; French Leibig chromolithograph card 1900
RMERGP6E–Middle ages feast scene, with desserts. France, 14th Century.
RMEWFWY8–The torture of a woman accused of witchcraft in the middle ages.
RM2B6D6AP–A map of London in the 13th century. In the Middle Ages, Westminster was a small town up river from the City of London. From the 13th century onwards London grew up in two different parts. Westminster became the Royal capital and centre of government, whereas the City of London became the centre of commerce and trade, a distinction which is still evident to this day.
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