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Full tang knife, 2nd half 14th c., bone, brass, C45, calfskin photo auswahl7_zpsbc7f1d02.jpg

Full tang knife, 2nd half 14th c., bone, brass, C45, calfskin photo auswahl7_zpsbc7f1d02.jpg

DIMICATOR-The scabbard is to be painted, like the Bamberg one, but the Bamberg ornament is from around 1200. For a sword used for I.33, we chose an early 14th century secco wall painting from Zürich as an inspriration for decoration, which I next drew onto the leather.

DIMICATOR-The scabbard is to be painted, like the Bamberg one, but the Bamberg ornament is from around 1200. For a sword used for I.33, we chose an early 14th century secco wall painting from Zürich as an inspriration for decoration, which I next drew onto the leather.

note how the buckler is hung from the sword's hilt.

note how the buckler is hung from the sword's hilt.

ca. 1484 - armour for Archduke Sigismund von Tirol (Lorenz Helmschmid), Augsburg, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Austria by roelipilami, via Flickr

ca. 1484 - armour for Archduke Sigismund von Tirol (Lorenz Helmschmid), Augsburg, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Austria by roelipilami, via Flickr

Nuremberg, Frauenkirche Photo courtesy of Museum History Guy.

Nuremberg, Frauenkirche Photo courtesy of Museum History Guy.

“Dalmatic of Charlemagne”. Eleventh century. Gift of the Patriarch of Constantinople, Isidore of Kiev (1439) to Pope Eugene IV (1431-1447) The only medieval liturgical vestment kept in the Treasury of St Peter’s is this dalmatic. 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...

“Dalmatic of Charlemagne”. Eleventh century. Gift of the Patriarch of Constantinople, Isidore of Kiev (1439) to Pope Eugene IV (1431-1447) The only medieval liturgical vestment kept in the Treasury of St Peter’s is this dalmatic. 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...

3rd quarter of 15th century set of dresses based on Rogier van der Weyden painting. https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/ www.ladymalina.com

3rd quarter of 15th century set of dresses based on Rogier van der Weyden painting. https://www.facebook.com/LadyMalinaCom/ www.ladymalina.com

Flemish, late 15th century

Flemish, late 15th century