Veronika Šuláková

Veronika Šuláková

Veronika Šuláková
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Woman wearing hennin | Book of Hours | France, Provence | ca. 1440-1450 | The Morgan Library & Museum

Woman wearing hennin | Book of Hours | France, Provence | ca. 1440-1450 | The Morgan Library & Museum

My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout

My SCA Garb: Kirtle Pattern Class Handout

Presentation of Christ at the Temple by Hans Holbein the Elder ca. 1500-1501  Hennin Style hat and Gothic Architecture

Presentation of Christ at the Temple by Hans Holbein the Elder ca. 1500-1501 Hennin Style hat and Gothic Architecture

painted shield,det lady-BM

painted shield,det lady-BM

Bartolomeo Montagna : Saint Justina of Padua 1490s

Bartolomeo Montagna : Saint Justina of Padua 1490s

Mary of Burgundy (1457–1482) aka Mary the Rich, wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor. She ruled the Burgundian territories in the Low Countries & was suo jure Duchess of Burgundy. The only child of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy & Isabella of Bourbon, she was the heiress to the vast, & vastly wealthy, Burgundian domains in France & Low Countries.

Mary of Burgundy (1457–1482) aka Mary the Rich, wife of Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor. She ruled the Burgundian territories in the Low Countries & was suo jure Duchess of Burgundy. The only child of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy & Isabella of Bourbon, she was the heiress to the vast, & vastly wealthy, Burgundian domains in France & Low Countries.

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mary-of-burgundy-50.jpg (469×748)

Guido Mazzoni, Lamentation of Christ (detail), terracotta, 1476-77 ca., Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Busseto (Parma), Italy

Guido Mazzoni, Lamentation of Christ (detail), terracotta, 1476-77 ca., Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angeli, Busseto (Parma), Italy

Another good 15th century Florentine outfit.  Vertical striped hose

Another good 15th century Florentine outfit. Vertical striped hose

"Birth of St. John the Baptist" c.1485-90 Domenico Ghirlandaio

"Birth of St. John the Baptist" c.1485-90 Domenico Ghirlandaio