A Pasta Maker's Table  from The Tacuinum Sanitas, Late 14th century.

Two women making pasta. from The Tacuinum Sanitas of Vienna, Late century. Note the turned back sleeves, aprons (tied in the front), turban headgear and pointed shoes.

later 14th century. germany.

second quarter of the century Germany - Uppher Rhineland details of tempera paintings on oaken coffret (Minnekästchen) source (Met)

The Oldest Sephardic Haggadah (Circa 1350)  ~ Considered the most beautiful Jewish illuminated manuscript in existence, and the oldest Sephardic Haggadah, the Sarajevo Haggadah, was produced in the mid-14th century in Barcelona, Spain. It was written on bleached calfskin and illuminated in copper and gold, and opens with 34 pages of illustrations of biblical scenes from creation through the death of Moses.  It is preserved at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina  in Sarajevo.

SEFARAD / Jewish Spain - Considered the most beautiful Jewish illuminated manuscript in existence, and the oldest Sephardic Haggadah, the Sarajevo Haggadah, was produced in Barcelona, Spain.

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