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Alchemy:  A king and queen with symbolic attributes. Two monarchs, possibly the recipients of the manuscript, with various symbols of longevity. The phoenix is shown on the left moulting and pecking its breast and on the right rising from the flames triumphantly. The Sun and Moon, ever present, represent eternity, as do the intertwined snakes. This image represents the opening of the manuscript. From a collection of treatises and poems on Alchemy and the philosopher's stone. An Alchemy…

Alchemy: A king and queen with symbolic attributes. Two monarchs, possibly the…

Baker, from 15th century Chronicle of Ulrico de Richental

Pies, bread, rolls, and pretzels; Baker, from century Chronicle of Ulrico de Richental

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Saint John the Evangelist. Panel in the Altar of the Four Evangelists by Gabriel Mälesskircher, c. Now in the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.

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Stonemason - It's About Time: Illuminated Manuscripts - Craftsmen Shopkeepers in Nuremberg, Germany

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Chants royaux sur la Conception, couronnés au puy de Rouen de 1519 à 1528 (folio 29v) édition XVIème siècle

Ever wonder what it’s like to complete the dissertation to first book process? How people find publishers? How much the publisher and editor influence the project? This podcast offers a round…

Quinte-Curce, Histoire d'Alexandre (de Macédoine) Construction d'Alexandrie Flandre, Bruges, XVe siècle Traduction de Vasque de Lucène Artiste : Loyset Liédet

Quinte-Curce, Histoire d'Alexandre (de Macédoine) Construction d'Alexandrie Flandre, Bruges, XVe siècle Traduction de Vasque de Lucène Artiste : Loyset Liédet

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Saint Martha in a Flemish illumination from the Isabella Breviary History Saint Martha was the sister of Lazarus and Mary.

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Albani (St Albans) Psalter: Initial B King Solomon English Romanesque ca. 1125 Hildesheim: Basilica of Saint Godehard, folio, 72 From oberlin.edu Art 315 Illuminated Manuscripts Week 5 Fall semester, 2006 Erik Inglis, Department of Art

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