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Three out of thirty-one cuttings from Hartmann Schedel, "Liber Cronicarum", printed by A. Koberger, Nuremberg.  1493 WoodcutDoesn't have the pleated placket, simpler version belted.

Three out of thirty-one cuttings from Hartmann Schedel, "Liber Cronicarum", printed by A. Koberger, Nuremberg. 1493 WoodcutDoesn't have the pleated placket, simpler version belted.

Codex Schürstab Nürnberg · um 1472 Ms. C 54 Folio 1v

Codex Schürstab Nürnberg · um 1472 Ms. C 54 Folio 1v

ca. 1463-1470 - 'Altar of the Three Kings' (Hans Pleydenwurff and workshop), Dominikanerkirche, Nürnberg, Lorenzkirche, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany

ca. 1463-1470 - 'Altar of the Three Kings' (Hans Pleydenwurff and workshop), Dominikanerkirche, Nürnberg, Lorenzkirche, Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany

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The Sinister Spinster: Housebook - hemd

The Sinister Spinster: Housebook - hemd

Royston, Hertfordshire. c1500 Unknown man and his first wife. Brasses to his second wife and children are lost.

Royston, Hertfordshire. c1500 Unknown man and his first wife. Brasses to his second wife and children are lost.

This engraving is circa 1490, showing the women's Gable Headdress which would be popular in the Early Tudor period.

This engraving is circa 1490, showing the women's Gable Headdress which would be popular in the Early Tudor period.

Elizabeth Shore, better known as Jane Shore. One of Edward IV’s many mistresses. Daughter of a London merchant and wife of William Shore, a London goldsmith, upon Edward's death, may have become the lover of Thomas Grey, marquis of Dorset, and then of his rival, William HASTINGS, Lord Hastings. Charged by Richard III of trying to destroy him through sorcery.Forced soon after to do public penance and imprisoned. Died in 1527 at the age of 82. Buried in Hinxworth Church, Hertfordshire,

Elizabeth Shore, better known as Jane Shore. One of Edward IV’s many mistresses. Daughter of a London merchant and wife of William Shore, a London goldsmith, upon Edward's death, may have become the lover of Thomas Grey, marquis of Dorset, and then of his rival, William HASTINGS, Lord Hastings. Charged by Richard III of trying to destroy him through sorcery.Forced soon after to do public penance and imprisoned. Died in 1527 at the age of 82. Buried in Hinxworth Church, Hertfordshire,

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From the Medieval & Earlier Manuscripts blog post 'Calling all Manuscript Sleuths'. Image:Folio with a portion of a sample alphabet, England, 1475-1525

From the Medieval & Earlier Manuscripts blog post 'Calling all Manuscript Sleuths'. Image:Folio with a portion of a sample alphabet, England, 1475-1525