Border in a medieval manuscript with a mermaid and merman. British Library Royal MS 10 E IV Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the Smithfield Decretals) Edited by Raymund of Peafort, with gloss of Bernard of Parma Southern France (Toulouse?) Last quarter of the…
Illuminated Manuscript by Alberto Sangorski - Feb 08, 2015 | PBA Galleries in CA
Heading: (Sangorski, Alberto)Author: Kipling, RudyardTitle: "If" and "Recessional"Place Published: [London]Publisher:... on Feb 08, 2015
Horae ad usum Romanum, dites Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne
Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne. Type : manuscrit Langue : Latin Format : 238 ff. - 300 × 190 mm. - Reliure galuchat noir datée de 1684, fermoirs métalliques XVIIe s. au chiffre d'Anne de Bretagne, gardes pap. dominoté, tranches dorées Droits : domaine public Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b52500984v
Lady Elizabeth FitzGerald, Countess of Lincoln (1575), also known as The Fair Geraldine, was an Irish noblewoman & a member of the celebrated FitzGerald dynasty. She was a close friend of Queen Elizabeth I of England. In 1569, Elizabeth exercised her husband's rights as Lord High Admiral to seize a ship which had been illegally taken by Martin Frobisher. Frobisher was arrested for piracy and she was allowed to keep both the ship and its cargo.