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Maqamat of al-Hariri Bibliothèque nationale de France, manuscript Arabe 6094, dated 619H, 1222-23AD: folio 40r, Abu Zayd disguised as an old woman and al-Harith

Maqamat of al-Hariri Bibliothèque nationale de France, manuscript Arabe 6094, dated 619H, 1222-23AD: folio 49v, Abu Zayd arriving at the mosque

Joos van Cleve - Eleonora of Austria, (1498-1558), Queen of France. date c. 1530-31, Chantilly ; musée Condé (according to the museum in France, this is by van Cleve, but others have it as 'after' or 'attributed to' van Cleve) there are other versions, one without a hat is in Vienna

Initial D: The Anointing of David (Getty Museum); Bute Master, northeastern France, c. 1270-1280, tempera colors and gold, MS. 46; Within the initial D opening Psalm 26, Samuel anoints David. The heartfelt poetic text on the right reads: Dominus illuminat[i]o mea et salus mea. Quem timebo (The Lord is my light and my salvation. Whom will I fear?). On the vine extension, a woman with a drum gracefully sways, her right hand held to her ear (may refer to singing of psalms in devotional…

from The Morgan Library & Museum

Fol. 187v

St. Mary Magdalene: Mary Magdalene Washing the Feet of Christ | Border: Levitation of Mary Magdalene | Hours of Henry VIII, in Latin | Illuminated by Jean Poyer | France, Tours | ca. 1500 | The Morgan Library & Museum