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Douce 293 from century, third quarter - ODL - there are other pictures here but not pin friendly. Good image of winningas

Подари открытку другу! Стр.130 :: Открытки: Манесский кодекс ...

Подари открытку другу! Стр.130 :: Открытки: Манесский кодекс ...

I think I'm going to try and reproduce the bag in this picture.  Looks like the bottom of the bag is pretty close to the length of the forearm.  Height and opening width appear to be roughly the same measurement, which I'm going to call "long enough to create a pleasing shape to the bag."  Basically, my first pilgrim's bag is just gonna be me totally wingin' it.  This will also be the first actual project on which I've used our fancy industrial sewing machine.

I think I'm going to try and reproduce the bag in this picture. Looks like the bottom of the bag is pretty close to the length of the forearm. Height and opening width appear to be roughly the same measurement, which I'm going to call "long enough to create a pleasing shape to the bag." Basically, my first pilgrim's bag is just gonna be me totally wingin' it. This will also be the first actual project on which I've used our fancy industrial sewing machine.

Me in my manessedress

Me in my manessedress

Clothing in the 13th century - useful to aid visualisation of what (some/most) women looked like in key ways

century women's garb--Tunic, sleeveless surcoate, and headdress. This is the most accurate depiction of the costume I am making for Purim.

"Detail of a miniature of Idleness showing the Lover into the Garden of Pleasure; from Guilluame de Lorris and Jean de Meun, 'Roman de la Rose', France (Artois or Picardy), c. 1340, Royal MS 20 A. xvii, f. 7v." | From the Medieval Manuscripts blog post 'You Give Love a Bad Name', The British Library

Detail of a miniature of Idleness showing the Lover into the Garden of Pleasure; from Guilluame de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Roman de la Rose, France (Artois or Picardy), c. Royal MS 20 A. xvii, f. Compare to the c.

Minnesang: tradition of lyric & song writing in Germany, flourished in the 12th cent.-14th cent. Those who wrote/ performed known as Minnesängers. Derives from minne, Middle High German for love which was their main subject. Similar to Provençal troubadours & French trouvères; wrote love poetry in courtly love tradition in High Middle Ages. + http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesang

How did medieval artists depict love? Here are a few images of love from medieval manuscripts.

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