Tag Archives: medieval

Bestiaire du Moyen Âge

I don’t know about you, but bestiaries always amuse me. It’s incredible see how the imagination of artists work, registering the images of animals very known of us and imaginary creature very diffuse in the Medieval age through manuscripts as … Continue reading

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Rastamanskiye Folk Tales

Rastamanskiye Folk Tales is that title of that page according to the translator – and who really trust in them? Anyway, that site has funny illustrations with a medieval tapestry style of versions of famous Hollywood films as folk tales. … Continue reading

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Books for Cooks

Are you searching for new recipes? Try Books for Cooks! Book images, information, history and, of course, recipes, from the Medieval food until the 1900s food. This unique collection of cookery books will transport you back in time. It will … Continue reading

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Turning the pages

The The British Library is doing an excellent work in a project called Turning the Pages™. Turning the Pages is the award-winning interactive program that allows museums and libraries to give members of the public access to precious books while … Continue reading

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Enluminures : base de données

Enluminures : base de données. It’s a free database with more than 80.000 images, as labels and digitalized, reproductions of many illuminations and more than 4000 medieval manuscripts of elements of decoration. This on-line database makes a search through hundreds … Continue reading

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The Medieval Bestiary

The Medieval Bestiary – The goal is to gather information about the Medieval Bestiary and its antecedents, as well as related information on the Medieval view of animals in general, both fabulous and real. Almost all the creatures have an … Continue reading

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Books of Hours

Leaves of Gold Gallery: Books of Hours. The Book of Hours – the main prayer book used in medieval Europe – was divided into eight sections (or “hours”) that were meant to be read at specific times of day. […] … Continue reading

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Gode Cookery

Gode Cookery is a fantastic site about Medieval and Renaissance food and cookery, between other information about those ages. If you have some interest in Medieval food start with Gode Cookery – information, history, recipes, images and curious things. Other … Continue reading

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LEGO castles

Stephen Wroble Castles: medieval fantasies made with LEGO blocks. European castles, other places and people of the medieval History reconstruct with LEGO.

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Medieval Macabre

Ancient images from the Medieval period on Medieval Macabre, and sure, they are very macabre. The curious thing that I thought when I saw those images was remember how the Church made to keep catholics in the “good way” creating … Continue reading

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