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12 12th 12th Xii 12th 13th Century Gallery

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St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury (coloured engraving)
St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury (coloured engraving)
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Richard the Lionheart (colour litho)
Richard the Lionheart (colour litho)
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Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as ' royal chase"
Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as " royal chase"
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The military campaigns led by the Byzantine Emperor Leon VI 'The Wise"
The military campaigns led by the Byzantine Emperor Leon VI "The Wise"
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The siege of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin (1138-1193) (Salah al Din Yusuf al-Ayyubi
The siege of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin (1138-1193) (Salah al Din Yusuf al-Ayyubi
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Representation of Geoffroi V (Geoffroy) Le Bel Plantagenet (Comte du Maine et d'Anjou
Representation of Geoffroi V (Geoffroy) Le Bel Plantagenet (Comte du Maine et d'Anjou
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The commune of Reims (1160) - Reprisals of Louis VII to destroy the communal freedoms of the bourgeois of Reims
The commune of Reims (1160) - Reprisals of Louis VII to destroy the communal freedoms of the bourgeois of Reims
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Persecution of French Jews during the reign of King Philip Augustus, late 12th Century (engraving)
Persecution of French Jews during the reign of King Philip Augustus, late 12th Century (engraving)
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Tea bowl and tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
Tea bowl and tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
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Tea bowl and tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
Tea bowl and tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
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One never takes the chess king answer of Louis VI the Gros (1081-1137), king of the Franks
One never takes the chess king answer of Louis VI the Gros (1081-1137), king of the Franks
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Second Crusade, 1148: King Louis VII the Young or the Pious (1120-1180), perch in a weapon
Second Crusade, 1148: King Louis VII the Young or the Pious (1120-1180), perch in a weapon
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Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as ' royal chase" Featured Image

Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as " royal chase"

JLJ4657179 Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as " royal chase") composed of King Henry (Henry II) in the head of the cortege (absent on this detail), behind him his wife Alienor d'Aquitaine (or Eleonore de Guyenne 1122-1204) (probably led to prison in 1173. The reason why she does not wear a crown) followed by their groin son Henry the Younger (Henry says the Younger or the young king 1155-1183), and further by the other two sons of Henry II, Richard (Richard I of England called the Heart of Lion 1157-1199) and Geoffroy II Brittany (= Geoffroy Plantagenet 1158-1186), with a coat of vair, recalling that they were endowed with principals. Detail - Fresco of the 12th century Sainte Radegonde Chapel, Chinon, Indre-et-Loire by Unknown Artist, (12th century); Chapelle Sainte Radegonde, Chinon, France; (add.info.: Royal Cortege (or sometimes interpreted as " royal chase") composed of King Henry (Henry II) in the head of the cortege (absent on this detail), behind him his wife Alienor d'Aquitaine (or Eleonore de Guyenne 1122-1204) (probably led to prison in 1173. The reason why she does not wear a crown) followed by their groin son Henry the Younger (Henry says the Younger or the young king 1155-1183), and further by the other two sons of Henry II, Richard (Richard I of England called the Heart of Lion 1157-1199) and Geoffroy II Brittany (= Geoffroy Plantagenet 1158-1186), with a coat of vair, recalling that they were endowed with principals. Detail - Fresco of the 12th century Sainte Radegonde Chapel, Chinon, Indre-et-Loire); Photo A© Photo Josse; out of copyright

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The Manueline Window (Janela do Capitulo), Convent of Order of Christ, Tomar, 1510-1513 (stone)
The Manueline Window (Janela do Capitulo), Convent of Order of Christ, Tomar, 1510-1513 (stone)
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To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge
To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge
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Count Berenguer III Raising the Standard of Barcelona on the Tower of Foix Castle, 1857 (oil on canvas)
Count Berenguer III Raising the Standard of Barcelona on the Tower of Foix Castle, 1857 (oil on canvas)
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Scene from the life of Louis VI the Fat, son of Philip I, from the manuscript Chroniques de France, printed by A
Scene from the life of Louis VI the Fat, son of Philip I, from the manuscript Chroniques de France, printed by A
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The legendary battle of Samurai Minamoto no Yoshitsune against Saito Musashibo Benkei, on the bridge of Gojo in Kyoto
The legendary battle of Samurai Minamoto no Yoshitsune against Saito Musashibo Benkei, on the bridge of Gojo in Kyoto
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Peter the Hermit leading the First Crusade
Peter the Hermit leading the First Crusade
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Tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
Tea bowl stand, first half of 12th century (stoneware with black slip under celadon glaze)
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Maimonides
Maimonides
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Gothic art: vault keys and warheads, ambulatory
Gothic art: vault keys and warheads, ambulatory
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Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of Henry II, printed by Henry G. Bohn, 1856 (colour engraving)
Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of Henry II, printed by Henry G. Bohn, 1856 (colour engraving)
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Hangaku Gozen, c.1885 (colour woodcut)
Hangaku Gozen, c.1885 (colour woodcut)
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The Powerful Tomoe Gozen, c.1810 (colour woodcut)
The Powerful Tomoe Gozen, c.1810 (colour woodcut)
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To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge the heart of his lover, Raoul de Coucy Featured Image

To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge the heart of his lover, Raoul de Coucy

XEE4192589 To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge the heart of his lover, Raoul de Coucy. Scene of a 12th century legend according to which Raoul I de Coucy (after 1142-1191) asked that his heart be brought to the woman he loved after his death. Engraving from 1871 in "Histoire Des Cocuses Celebres" by Henry de Kock (1819-1892). by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: To take revenge for the infidelity of his wife, Gabrielle de Vergy, Eudes de Fayel makes him eat without his knowledge the heart of his lover, Raoul de Coucy. Scene of a 12th century legend according to which Raoul I de Coucy (after 1142-1191) asked that his heart be brought to the woman he loved after his death. Engraving from 1871 in " Histoire Des Celebres" by Henry de Kock (1819-1892), ); Stefano Bianchetti

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Tomoe Gozen Killing Uchida Saburo leyoshi at the Battle of Awazu no Hara, c.1750 (woodblock print)
Tomoe Gozen Killing Uchida Saburo leyoshi at the Battle of Awazu no Hara, c.1750 (woodblock print)
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Tomoe Gozen in armour on horseback, 1770-80 (colour woodcut)
Tomoe Gozen in armour on horseback, 1770-80 (colour woodcut)
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Kogo no Tsubone playing a biwa and female samurai Tomoe Gozen on horseback, 1888 (woodblock print)
Kogo no Tsubone playing a biwa and female samurai Tomoe Gozen on horseback, 1888 (woodblock print)
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Female samurai warrior Tomoe Gozen (drawing)
Female samurai warrior Tomoe Gozen (drawing)
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Three actors in the roles of samurai Wadai Yoshimori, Tomoe Gozen, and Yamabuki, 1848-54 (colour woodcut)
Three actors in the roles of samurai Wadai Yoshimori, Tomoe Gozen, and Yamabuki, 1848-54 (colour woodcut)
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The female samurai warrior Tomoe Gozen with a poem by Emperor Koko, 1845-46 (colour woodcut)
The female samurai warrior Tomoe Gozen with a poem by Emperor Koko, 1845-46 (colour woodcut)
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The Adoration of Shepherds (Miniature, 12th century)
The Adoration of Shepherds (Miniature, 12th century)
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In vain they sought his dead body among the slain, illustration from A History of Germany by H.E
In vain they sought his dead body among the slain, illustration from A History of Germany by H.E
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Nativity, c.1160 (miniature)
Nativity, c.1160 (miniature)
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Gaudry, frightened, hiding in a barrel (chromolitho)
Gaudry, frightened, hiding in a barrel (chromolitho)
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Bowl, c.1170-1220 (thrown flintware, glaze)
Bowl, c.1170-1220 (thrown flintware, glaze)
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Misericord (wood)
Misericord (wood)
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Bowl, c.1170-1220 (thrown flintware, glaze) Featured Image

Bowl, c.1170-1220 (thrown flintware, glaze)

7264983 Bowl, c.1170-1220 (thrown flintware, glaze) by Iranian School, (12th-13th century); 6.4 cm; Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, England; (add.info.: A band of vegetal decoration comprising repeated leaf pairs on a pierced ground is incised onto the interior. The grass-green transparent glaze pools densely on the interior base. The exterior is undecorated apart from the piercing marks. A layer of glaze covers the perforations, creating glassy windows and gathering thickly two thirds of the way down the body on the exterior. The body of this bowl is made of fritware (also known as stonepaste), an artificial paste mainly composed of ground quartz with some clay and glass frit added. This material had been developed in Egypt over the preceding century but was widely adopted for fine glazed ceramics in Iran during the 12th century CE due to its attractive whiteness, which allowed glazes and underglaze-painted designs to show up brightly. It could also be moulded into complex forms, and held glazes better than earthenware. Fritware was used for most high-quality glazed ceramics across the Islamic world following this period.); © Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester

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The pious women, detail (illustrated manuscript, 1330)
The pious women, detail (illustrated manuscript, 1330)
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Gothic Art: View of the central nave
Gothic Art: View of the central nave
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Emperor Frederic Barberose (1122-1190) handed over the heresiarch Arnaud of Brescia (1100-1155)
Emperor Frederic Barberose (1122-1190) handed over the heresiarch Arnaud of Brescia (1100-1155)
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The submission of the city of Milan to Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190)
The submission of the city of Milan to Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190)
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Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda
Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda
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Drum Castle (b/w photo)
Drum Castle (b/w photo)
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A street in the reign of Henry II (litho)
A street in the reign of Henry II (litho)
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A street in the reign of Richard I (litho)
A street in the reign of Richard I (litho)
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Nazareth, Capital of a Destroyed Crusaders Church, 12th Century (b/w photo)
Nazareth, Capital of a Destroyed Crusaders Church, 12th Century (b/w photo)
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