manuscript, the Golden Haggadah from the 14th century. Side lacings
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A sideless surcote |
Richilde of Provence (845 - 910). Empress of the Franks from 870 to 877. She was the second wife of Charles the Bald, and had one daughter who survived to adulthood. She attempted to give the throne of France to her brother after her eldest stepson died, but failed.
Detail of a miniature of Dido committing suicide as Aeneas sails away. From the Roman de la Rose, Netherlands (Bruges), c. 1490 – c. 1500. British Library.
The Execution of St. Catherine, ca.1409, France, Belles Heures of Jean de France, Duc de Berry - illuminated by brothers (Herman, Paul and Jean) Limbourg fol. 18r
Illumanulater 14th century (1372) France? Bibliothèque de Besançon Ms. 434: Traités philosophiques et moraux
c. 1370, French. From the Le Songe du Verger; fol 1v The queen wears a long sleeved blue cotehardie with goblet cuffs. Her pink sideless surcoat has square cutouts, and a white fur plackard. She wears a gold belt with red stones. The tip of her black shoe protrudes.