Marcin Kośka
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Knight Helmet Vector

Set of 16 vector ancient helmet illustrations and templates for your vintage decorative designs. Format: EPS stock vector clip art and illustrations.

Images of the Medieval City * What did medieval cities look like? Or more precisely, how did medieval people depict cities? Here are 15 images from the Middle Ages that show how the urban world looked like.

Image of Rhodes - "Description of a journey from Konstanz to Jerusalem" records in diary form the pilgrimage undertaken by the German knight (as well as town mayor and architect) Konrad von Grünenberg in 1487

A view of London with the Tower of London, and Duke Charles d'Orléans writing in the Tower, Bruges, c. 1483 (this image) with later additions, c. 1492 – c. 1500: Royal MS 16 F. ii, f. 73

A view of London with the Tower of London and Duke Charles d’Orléans writing in the Tower, Bruges, illuminated manuscript, circa 1483

When William the Conqueror seized control of England in 1066, he ordered the construction of several forts on the Thames to defend London against attack. The most famous was the Tower of London, pictured here in the 1400s.

When William the Conqueror seized control of England in he ordered the construction of several forts on the Thames to defend London against attack. The most famous was the White Tower pictured here in the

medieval glasses | The Pragmatic Costumer veil or hennen over cap or truncatted hennen/cap

“The Ill-Matched Lovers” from the studio of Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen, late century Ouverture devant ?

Medieval Wound Man, “…a compendium of all the injuries that a body might sustain.”

Medieval Wound Man, c. Wound Man is an illustration which first appeared in European surgical texts in the Middle Ages. It laid out schematically the various wounds a person might suffer in battle or in accidents.

Flemish artists look at 16C Gardeners digging & planting a formal garden in the Spring  Jacob Grimmer (Flemish artist, 1525-1590) Spring.

Flemish artists look at Gardeners digging & planting a formal garden in the Spring Jacob Grimmer (Flemish artist, Spring.

medieval market 15th century

A depiction of a medieval market. While businessmen in the Middle Ages did amass personal fortunes, open greed was unacceptable to the community and could even lead to murder.