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building an Anglo-Saxon lyre -  2nd source: http://www.daviddfriedman.com/Medieval/Articles/lyre/To%20Make%20a%20Lyre.htm 3rd source: http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/lyre.html

building an Anglo-Saxon lyre - 2nd source: http://www.daviddfriedman.com/Medieval/Articles/lyre/To%20Make%20a%20Lyre.htm 3rd source: http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/lyre.html

David and four named musicians in front of the Ark of the Covenant // Heidelberg Psalter (folio 44v), Book of Psalms // German, 11th century // Manuscript (Pal. lat. 39.)/ from the Monastery of Saints Michael and Stephen in Heidelberg // Biblioteca Apostolica, Vatican

David and four named musicians in front of the Ark of the Covenant // Heidelberg Psalter (folio 44v), Book of Psalms // German, 11th century // Manuscript (Pal. lat. 39.)/ from the Monastery of Saints Michael and Stephen in Heidelberg // Biblioteca Apostolica, Vatican

The so-called "Dalmatic of Charlemagne".  Eleventh century.  It is a masterpiece of the art of embroidery practiced in Constantinople during the eleventh century. It is not known how the legend grew that it was worn by Charlemagne for his coronation as Emperor in 800 AD. It is made entirely in embroidery with gold, silver and colored thread on blue silk with scenes from the Byzantine iconography of the ninth and tenth centuries.

The so-called "Dalmatic of Charlemagne". Eleventh century. It is a masterpiece of the art of embroidery practiced in Constantinople during the eleventh century. It is not known how the legend grew that it was worn by Charlemagne for his coronation as Emperor in 800 AD. It is made entirely in embroidery with gold, silver and colored thread on blue silk with scenes from the Byzantine iconography of the ninth and tenth centuries.

Fájlnév=pazy16.jpg Fájlméret=54KiB Méretek=469x466 Hozzáadás dátuma=2011 Február  7.

Fájlnév=pazy16.jpg Fájlméret=54KiB Méretek=469x466 Hozzáadás dátuma=2011 Február 7.

Medieval King with Harp, King David?

Medieval King with Harp, King David?

Embroidery made in England became so famous that it was simply referred to as Opus Anglicanum (English work).St. Dunstan's Chasuble,shows embroidery from two eras 1450s/1490s,both associated with Canterbury Cathedral.Between 1499/1505 Henry VII commissioned a set of 29 Mass vestments including copes,a long cape worn fastened with a elaborate clasp called a morse.The vestments were bequested to Westminister Abbey for royal ceremonies.In 1520 Henry VIII used them for ceremonies meeting Francis…

Embroidery made in England became so famous that it was simply referred to as Opus Anglicanum (English work).St. Dunstan's Chasuble,shows embroidery from two eras 1450s/1490s,both associated with Canterbury Cathedral.Between 1499/1505 Henry VII commissioned a set of 29 Mass vestments including copes,a long cape worn fastened with a elaborate clasp called a morse.The vestments were bequested to Westminister Abbey for royal ceremonies.In 1520 Henry VIII used them for ceremonies meeting Francis…

Baroque Glass: Covered Goblet Engraved with Continent of Africa by Glucksburg Glasshouse, about 1710-1725 | Corning Museum of Glass

Baroque Glass: Covered Goblet Engraved with Continent of Africa by Glucksburg Glasshouse, about 1710-1725 | Corning Museum of Glass

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