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Yulia Davidovskaya

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10 Tips to Look More Medieval

Are you a medieval re-enactor who wants to get beyond basics? Are you ready to test your sewing skills? Are you ready to spend a little cash? Do you want to look like this professional re-enactor at the Tower of London? Here are some things that you...

John Hockwood's Shoes

John Hockwood's Shoes - клуб любителей исторического кожевенного ремесла. Обувь Сумки Ремни Аутентичные технологии прошлого 🤘

Ghillie Making at Winter Count 2014

One of the many things taught at Winter Count this year was shoe making in the form of carbatina or ghillies. These are relatively simple shoes notable for their one piece construction and generally involve very little sewing. I am interested in how things are learned and for me, the process is more important than…

Collection | Manchester Art Gallery

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Hinged wooden pattens made from poplar, vege-tanned leather, brass nails and pewter buckle. Wood coated with linseed oil, leather embalmed with lanolin and beeswax mixture.

Craftpeople at work

In the famous Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (History of the Northern Peoples) by Olaus Magnus (published in 1555) the importance of the herring trade in Øresund was illustrated by this picture.

Fishing in Øresund

Fish was originally the most valuable source of affluence in the Øresund region. Already in the 13th century merchants from Lübeck, Rostock, Hamburg, Utrecht and Kampen came to by herring and other fish at such commercial centers as Falsterbo, Skanör, Malmö and Dragør in the Sound. In the 14th century Øresund attracted merchants from still farther away, e.g. from Scotland, England, Flanders and Normandy. In the famous Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (History of the Northern Peoples)…

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Frammento dal Messale di Clemente VII (1523-1534), British Library

MAL DI GOLA? CI PENSA SAN BIAGIO -Folia Magazine

Oggi è san Biagio, il santo patrono invocato contro le malattie della gola ma anche protettore dei cardatori. Vediamo come l'iconografia - in particolare la miniatura medievale - ci ha raccontato la sua storia.

Paris, Bibl. Mazarine, 3717

Livre de la chasse (Gaston Phébus, comte de Foix)

Sheep in Pen. French 15th cent. MS Douce 195 by tony harrison, via Flickr

Sheep in Pen. French 15th cent. MS Douce 195

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Français 20071, fol. 6v, Faustulus recueillant les jumeaux

Bnf fr 20017 fol 6v, 1470-80

Français 20071, fol. 6v, Faustulus recueillant les jumeaux

RH313 — Medieval Irish Moy Gown

Medieval Women's Irish Dress sewing pattern

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miniprojects1 [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Medieval (German?)

miniprojects1 [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Medieval

miniprojects1 [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Medieval (German?)

The Esaïkha Creation Workshop: XV: Dress Tassel - Part 1/3: Project presentation and study of "tassel"

XVe : Robe à Tassel - Partie 1/3 : présentation du projet et étude du "tassel"

La robe à tassel kézako ? Cette robe, la plupart d’entre vous l’ont déjà vue, certainement très vulgarisée, mais elle reste une image d’épinal de costume féminin au Moyen Age. On la trouve également sous le terme de « Burgundian dress » (vous trouverez d’ailleurs beaucoup plus de visuels sur internet avec le nom anglais que français) Illustraiton : Patrick Dallanegra Cette robe est l’évolution de la houppelande, robe fourrée portée au début du XVe siècle. Très ample, cette dernière est…

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In the famous Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (History of the Northern Peoples) by Olaus Magnus (published in 1555) the importance of the herring trade in Øresund was illustrated by this picture.

Fishing in Øresund

Fish was originally the most valuable source of affluence in the Øresund region. Already in the 13th century merchants from Lübeck, Rostock, Hamburg, Utrecht and Kampen came to by herring and other fish at such commercial centers as Falsterbo, Skanör, Malmö and Dragør in the Sound. In the 14th century Øresund attracted merchants from still farther away, e.g. from Scotland, England, Flanders and Normandy. In the famous Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus (History of the Northern Peoples)…

Yulia Davidovskaya

VK is the largest European social network with more than 100 million active users. Our goal is to keep old friends, ex-classmates, neighbors and colleagues in touch.

Yahoo Image Search

10 Tips to Look More Medieval

Are you a medieval re-enactor who wants to get beyond basics? Are you ready to test your sewing skills? Are you ready to spend a little cash? Do you want to look like this professional re-enactor at the Tower of London? Here are some things that you...

John Hockwood's Shoes

John Hockwood's Shoes - клуб любителей исторического кожевенного ремесла. Обувь Сумки Ремни Аутентичные технологии прошлого 🤘

Ghillie Making at Winter Count 2014

One of the many things taught at Winter Count this year was shoe making in the form of carbatina or ghillies. These are relatively simple shoes notable for their one piece construction and generally involve very little sewing. I am interested in how things are learned and for me, the process is more important than…

Collection | Manchester Art Gallery

DSCF0243

Hinged wooden pattens made from poplar, vege-tanned leather, brass nails and pewter buckle. Wood coated with linseed oil, leather embalmed with lanolin and beeswax mixture.

Français 20071, fol. 6v, Faustulus recueillant les jumeaux

Bnf fr 20017 fol 6v, 1470-80

Français 20071, fol. 6v, Faustulus recueillant les jumeaux

Frammento dal Messale di Clemente VII (1523-1534), British Library

MAL DI GOLA? CI PENSA SAN BIAGIO -Folia Magazine

Oggi è san Biagio, il santo patrono invocato contro le malattie della gola ma anche protettore dei cardatori. Vediamo come l'iconografia - in particolare la miniatura medievale - ci ha raccontato la sua storia.

Paris St Geneviève, ms 0008, origine : Troyes, abbaye de St-Loup ?, 1185 - 1195Paris-StGenevieve-ms0008-007v-12-detail

Costume féminin de noble, début XIIème, est de la France

Paris St Geneviève, ms 0008, origine : Troyes, abbaye de St-Loup ?, 1185 - 1195Paris-StGenevieve-ms0008-007v-12-detail

Paris, Bibl. Mazarine, 3717

Livre de la chasse (Gaston Phébus, comte de Foix)