Arany János: A walesi bárdok illusztrálta: Zichy Mihály
Arany János: Ágnes asszony illusztráció: Zichy Mihály
Arany János szobra a Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum előtt.
Székely Bertalan: Ágnes asszony - színes litográfia, 1865
Arany János portréja
Ez a doodle Arany Jánosnak állít emléket, a Toldi c. elbeszélő költeményének egy jelenetét ábrázolja.
Arany János: Tetemre hívás illusztráció: Zichy Mihály
Arany János időskori portréja
Persecuting Witches and Witchcraft
Joan of Arc, Witch and Heretic: Powerful Women Had to Fear the Accusation of Witchcraft
Horror Hotel aka The City of the Dead - 1960 (British Lion)
Myth: People convicted of witchcraft were burned at the stake during the Salem Witch Trials When you think about people disposing of witches a few hundred years ago, you probably imagine a woman tied to a stake jutting up from a pile of smoking wood. The burning of witches has become so ingrained in witch-hunt canon that it’s a cliché. [...]
The dark side of the Middle Ages. Inquisitions (1300-1400s) were the church’s effort to eradicate heresy. They went around from town to town finding people they believed were heretics and put them on trial. The most famous part of this was the witch hunt where they suspected innocent people, mainly women, to be witches and put them to death.
A History of Witchcraft Persecutions History is the most brutal of all stories... :(
Witches in Art
Burned at the stake.
Two Red Roses Across the Moon, a book illustration by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, 1896-97. Watercolour
Henry II and Eleanor's second daughter, Eleanor, called Leonor, became queen of Castile, modern day Spain, after marrying Alphonso. Her daughter, Blanche, chosen by Eleanor of Aquitane, would become queen of France