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Map of the world by Fra Mauro, 1459 Spain, Portugal and Northern Africa. Fra Mauro was a 15th-century Venetian monk. In his youth, Mauro traveled as a merchant and a soldier. Although he was no longer free to travel, due to his religious status, he would consult with merchants of the city upon their return from voyages. By 1450 he composed a great mappamundi with surprising accuracy, including extensive written comments reflecting the geographic knowledge of his time.

Map Spain Portugal, Northen Africa by Mapamundi de Fra Mauro 1459

Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

katetera- Inserción que se  aplica cuando la retención urinaria como consecuencia de la sífilis y otras enfermedades de transmisión sexual, 1560

katetera- Inserción que se aplica cuando la retención urinaria como consecuencia de la sífilis y otras enfermedades de transmisión sexual, 1560

B IBLE Historiale

historical antiquities and artifacts such as spurs, buckles, buttons an more. Also reproductions of Medieval and Viking jewelry and costume accessories. Plus a line of how-to books on armouring, shoemaking metalwork etc.

Guda de Weissfauen fue una monja del convento de Weissfauen, en la ciuda de Frankfurt, que trabajó en la copia e iluminación de manuscritos en el siglo XII

Guda de Weissfauen fue una monja del convento de Weissfauen, en la ciuda de Frankfurt, que trabajó en la copia e iluminación de manuscritos en el siglo XII

Monks in the bath 1490 Bohemia - love the ladies' 'chemises'

Ah, the ever-popular Medieval Bath Babes! Knihovna Národního muzea v Praze; Česká republika, f. (‘Monks in the bath’). Jenský kodex Antithesis Christi et Antichristi,

Vision of the Heavenly Jerusalem | MS M.644, vol. II fol. 222v | The Morgan Library & Museum

Commentary

Vision of the Heavenly Jerusalem Beatus of Liébana Commentary on the Apocalypse, in Latin Illuminated by Maius (d. Spain, province of León, probably San Salvador de Tábara, mid-tenth century The Morgan Library

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