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1473-1480 - from Les Fais de le Dis des Romains et de autres gens - attributed to Maitre Francois

1473-1480 - from Les Fais de le Dis des Romains et de autres gens - attributed to Maitre Francois

Marriage of Richard II and Isabella of Valois in 1396. Source: Chronicles.

Marriage of Richard II and Isabella of Valois in 1396. Source: Chronicles.

Joan "Lady Of Wales" Plantagenet Birth 22 Jul 1188 in Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire, England Death 2 Feb 1237

Joan "Lady Of Wales" Plantagenet Birth 22 Jul 1188 in Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire, England Death 2 Feb 1237

Wife of Godfrey Foljambe, 1377, monument 1385, Bakewell - All Saints http://www.themcs.org/costume/Female/Bakewell%20-%20All%20Saints%20Godfrey%20Foljambe%201377%20and%20wife%20monument%201385%2071.JPG

Wife of Godfrey Foljambe, 1377, monument 1385, Bakewell - All Saints http://www.themcs.org/costume/Female/Bakewell%20-%20All%20Saints%20Godfrey%20Foljambe%201377%20and%20wife%20monument%201385%2071.JPG

Painting depicting Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Christian saint and virgin, who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius. In the background of the painting is a spiked breaking wheel. Dated 15th Century Stock Photo

Painting depicting Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Christian saint and virgin, who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius. In the background of the painting is a spiked breaking wheel. Dated 15th Century Stock Photo

Carole Roman de la rose Guillaume de Lorris et jean Meun, Rouen ?, 3e quart du XVe s.. BNF, Manuscrits, français 19137, f. 68. The dance scene of the carole, which engage the allegories of courtesy around the God of Love, is emblematic of the enchanting atmosphere created by Guillaume de Lorris. Sweet Looking seen here armed with an arrow. The narrator, a little apart, leans on the waters of the fountain of Narcissus. Thanks to @Dominique Aizpurua Flugelman Dario for translation

Carole Roman de la rose Guillaume de Lorris et jean Meun, Rouen ?, 3e quart du XVe s.. BNF, Manuscrits, français 19137, f. 68. The dance scene of the carole, which engage the allegories of courtesy around the God of Love, is emblematic of the enchanting atmosphere created by Guillaume de Lorris. Sweet Looking seen here armed with an arrow. The narrator, a little apart, leans on the waters of the fountain of Narcissus. Thanks to @Dominique Aizpurua Flugelman Dario for translation

Statue of Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen consort of Charles VI of France. Palais de justice de Poitiers. 1390. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/df/Isabeau_de_Baviere_%28statue_Poitiers%29.jpg

Statue of Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen consort of Charles VI of France. Palais de justice de Poitiers. 1390. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/df/Isabeau_de_Baviere_%28statue_Poitiers%29.jpg

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