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17th Century Style German Schnepper Crossbow Hand Made. The Crossbow Is made From Walnut, With Real Bone Inlays ( See Pics). Steel Bow is approx. It Has ... morea Folding Rear Sight & Horn Bolt Clip.
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This is a rare and remarkable 1489 illuminated manuscript that is a must-have for any collector interested in history and European culture. The manuscript ... moreis an original and authentic piece that was published in England and features Latin as its language. The manuscript is made of paper and is in excellent shape.
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This rare piece of history is a 1513 illuminated manuscript from England, written in German on paper. Its subject matter explores the topic of demons, ... moremaking for a fascinating addition to any collection. The date of publication is 1520, and this piece is an original, not a facsimile.
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Single column of 21 lines in an elegant formal gothic bookhand script, written on both sides of the leaf.One large illuminated initial “E” in burnished ... moregold on blue and dark pink with white penwork;one large illuminated initial “N” in dark blue and red on burnished gold ground.
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Stunning beauty made in two tone, gold and silver. It is made of 800 silver; sterling silver is 925 so there is slightly less silver in this alloy. Bowl ... morealso has gold finished. Condition is excellent.
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Medieval buckle. England. Rare to find a complete example. I combine shipping.
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Aethelred or Ethelred II or the Unready, Anglo-Saxon King of England 978-1013 and 1014-1016 AD. ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of All England. Æthelred II. London ... moremint; Edwine, moneyer. Struck 1003-1009. SILVER Ar PENNY.
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Guildhall is a municipal building in the Moorgate area of the City of London, England. The building has been used as a town hall for several hundred years, ... moreand is still the ceremonial and administrative centre of the City of London and its Corporation.
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Nice bronze medieval open ended thimble in uncleaned as found condition in England LA164x
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Intricate and stunningly beautiful ultra rare indeed Post Medieval/Tudor silver 1.45g ring with original semi precious red stone or glass? Nb. In Medieval ... moretimes glass was more expensive to produce than using some precious/semi stones, in perfect intact condition, has been sympathetically professionally cleaned to a high standard and makes a very wearable ancient artefact found very near Middleham in Yorkshire England where the Middleham jewel was found. L125v
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This rare manuscript Bible leaf is a true treasure of medieval Europe. Handwritten on vellum and originating from England around 1300, it is a remarkable ... moreexample of religious literature from the time. The Latin language adds to its authenticity and offers insight into the religious practices of the era. The manuscript is in excellent overall condition, with only minor wear and tear consistent with its age. Its historical significance is undeniable, and its value as a collectible piece is immense. This original manuscript is a must-have for any serious collector of antiques and medieval literature. 36 by 24 inches unframed
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Ultra rare lead Medieval holy relic of St Lawrence's martyrdom gridiron, other part of handle missing/damaged in Antiquity in uncleaned as found condition, ... moreRipon north Yorkshire England in the 1970s L158g
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Stunning Medieval 11/12 hundreds quite heavy 5.93g silver intricate adornment, damage to rear as photos and in uncleaned condition found in England 1970s. ... moreL17t
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ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of All England. Lund mint; Othinkar, moneyer. Struck June 1040-June 1042. HARTHACNUT 1035-1042 AD KING of ALL ENGLAND. Weight: 1,00 ... moregr. SILVER Ar PENNY.
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Pendent suspension mount. London. I combine shipping.
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Henry I. 1100-1135. Pointing Bust and Stars type (BMC vi). Lundene (London) mint; Aelfwine, moneyer. Struck circa 1107. + ҺENRI RE , crowned bust facing ... moreslightly right, holding scepter and pointing; three stars to right / + ALFPINE ON LVNDEN, cross potent over cross batonnée in saltire; two stars in each quarter.
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Aethelred or Ethelred II or the Unready, Anglo-Saxon King of England 978-1013 and 1014-1016 AD. SILVER Ar PENNY. I will resolve any issue!
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ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of All England. Short Cross type (BMC xvi, Hild. Struck circa 1029-1035/6. CNUT 1016-1035 AD KING of All ENGLAND. SILVER Ar PENNY. ... moreWeight: 1,28 gr. ).
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Post Medieval Copper Alloy/silver Button Lot in uncleaned as found condition in York, Yorkshire, England LD117m
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Gilt bronze, size 7 1/2. 4.1mm width band, with deep relief decoration of angles (spiral) bars flanked by pellet bands. Condition as found with heavy ... moresurface encrustation from burial. Gift boxed with certificate of authenticity.
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The single moneyer mint at Pembroke (given on the coins as P/PA[I/N]) opened in the reign of Henry I and closed permanently in the reign of Henry II. ... moreHe strikes during the reign of Henry I. He is referred to on the website of the Pembroke and Monkton Local History Society.
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ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of Wessex. Alfred the Great. First coinage; Lunette ‘Burgred’ type. Canterbury or London mint; Tata, moneyer. Struck circa 871-875. ... moreWeight: 1,41 gr. SILVER Ar PENNY. CO NDITION AS ON A PICTURES!
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Medieval Lead English Rampant Lion Mount Part in as found uncleaned condition in York area England. Damaged as photos. LA180j
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Light coinage, portrait type. London mint; Ealhmund, moneyer. Struck circa 779-792/3. SILVER Ar PENNY. Weight: 1,22 gr. I will resolve any issue!
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Early Medieval Saxon/Viking bronze ladies cross ring beautiful patina found in England in uncleaned as found condition a very wearable ancient artefact. ... moreLA71z
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Post Medieval tudor rose very rare bronze badge/mount found at Towton battlefield, Yorkshire England in the 1990s by legal permission of the land owner ... morein uncleaned as found condition. LA154u
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Medieval silver buckle 14th Cent AD found in England in uncleaned as found condition. LA169f
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Really nice Heart shape post Medieval copper alloy ladies ring in uncleaned as found condition still a very wearable ancient artefact found in Yorkshire ... moreEngland 1980s. L30L
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This carving is the left hand support and on the right are the jaws of Hell, this being a large mouth consuming humans and spitting out their remains. ... moreThe moral teachings and importance of going to Church and being a good honest person paralleled along with the powers of the Church and the ruling authorities cannot be more evident and clear from this carving.
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All of this embroidery is handstitched, each a work of art. ( though I wish I could show them all to you! ). These crewelwork pieces not only carry historical ... moresignificance but also add so much texture to an interior space.
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Lovely rare Tudor/Post Medieval furniture decoration found in England. L135r
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Produced from a mould taken directly from the original medieval carving found within Lincoln Cathedral, hand made in the UK by Oakapple Designs.
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AETHELWULF 839-843 AD KING of WESSEX SILVER Ar PENNY 1,67 gr. SΛX/ONIO/RVM Mana. AETHELWULF 839-843 AD. ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of Wessex. Cross and Wedges ... moretype (BMC v); phase I coinage. Dorobernia (Canterbury) mint; Manna, moneyer.
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Lovely Medieval bronze buckle found in England, missing pin in Antiquity in as found uncleaned condition. L106w
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3 ANCIENT MEDIEVAL BRITISH BRONZE THIMBLES 15.9 grams combined, 2-3 cm Age: 1100-1200 AD Found in Leicester area, England
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Issued 1848, Berlin by Flemming & Mahlmann. Map by von Wedell. Very uncommon and detailed mid 19th century color lithographed historical map with original ... moreoutline hand color. Map is clean and in nice shape, but not new or in new condition.
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Post Medieval Bronze belt decoration/attachment in uncleaned as found condition in Yorkshire, England LA89p
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These dramatic chronicles date back to the Middle Ages, but they are truly much older than that. CELTIC DRUIDS : The Druids were an educated class of ... morethe Celtic people. The Celtic were a people that originated from beyond the Caspian Sea.
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Cnut 1016-1035. Penny (quatrefoil type) (1017/23) 1,30 g, skandinav. Beischlag zu London, Wulfmaer. + CNVT REX LNGLO : Drap. CNUT 1016-1035 AD KING of ... moreAll ENGLAND. Weight: 1,57 gr. SILVER Ar PENNY.
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Harold II (6th Jan-14th Oct 1066), Silver Penny, Pax type, Lewes Mint, Moneyer Oswold. HAROLD II. SILVER Ar PENNY. Weight: 1,32 gr. KING of ENGLAND.
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A complete medieval fleur de lis strap end. Hand made in England from copper alloy and dating from circa.1400. 3.5cms long. This tactile and intrigueing ... morepiece would have been attached to the end of a leather strap on horse fittings or clothing etc...
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Church AETHELSTAN 924-939 AD KING of WESSEX ANGLO-SAXON SILVER Ar PENNY REGNALD 1,19 gr. AETHELSTAN 924-939 AD. Aethelstan (924-39), Penny, 1.19g, 'Church' ... moretype, York mint signed, Regnald, trefoil of wedges after regnal title, cross pattée within inner circle, rev. eb / r / ac / a¯c / regnald / mon in four lines, the mint signature divided by depiction of Anglo-Saxon church or tower, ground line below, contraction mark between final a and c of mint signature, trefoil before and after mon.
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Weight: 1,29 gr. SILVER Ar PENNY.
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BRITISH COINS. Royal Tales. Norman Kings (1066-1154). SILVER Ar PENNY. Weight: 1,20 gr. I will resolve any issue!
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Stunning rare intact Medieval copper alloy clothing adornment in uncleaned condition found in Yorkshire England, could be worn as pendant L14i
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Post Medieval Bronze Knife quillion in as found uncleaned condition in Yorkshire England at Towton battlefield in the 1990s by legal permission of Landowners. ... moreL351
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Post Medieval Stud/mount Bronze/silvered found in York England, Uncleaned. LD93e
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Detecting finds Medieval onwards uncleaned condition & found in England LK106o
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Monk Reproduction Medieval Lincoln Cathedral Carving Handmade. Made in England.
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Rare complete post Medieval official lead seal with coat of arms in uncleaned condition found in England. LA47u
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Nice heavy bronze Post Medieval clock pendulum application from abandoned Manor house site, in as found uncleaned condition in Yorkshire England. L158w
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HAROLD I HAREFOOT. ANGLO-SAXON COINS, Harold I (1035-1040) Harold I, Penny, fleur-de-lis type, Salisbury, Wynstan, rev XPINSTΛ•N O:N SE. SILVER Ar PENNY. ... moreKING of ENGLAND.
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Aethelheard (792-805). Legend in three lines with bar divisions, barred M with pellet in each curve, pellets in a triangle either side, / :+:OFFA chevron ... morebarred A / REX. Rev. Legend in three lines with plain bar divisions.
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Medieval pottery shard PAS Recorded found at Brampton, England a well know Viking wintering camp area, all uncleaned as found condition. LA38f
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Fantastic through the ages show lot from an Ancient field in York England, including 2 superb Neolithic flint tools 2 Sea Oyster shells, medieval pottery ... morethrough the ages to Victorian, clay pipe pieces etc. L86n
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Medieval large bronze decorative stud in uncleaned as found condition in Newcastle area England. LA33q
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Last Knight Medieval England Plantagenet John of Gaunt this Sceptred Isle Plague
The Last Knight: The Twilight of the Middle Ages and The Birth of the Modern Era by Norman F. Cantor. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 260 pages. Publisher: Free Press; 2004) ISBN: 0743226887. There may be no more fascinating historical period than the late fourteenth century in Europe. The Hundred Years' War ravaged the continent. Yet gallantry, chivalry, and literary brilliance flourished in the courts of England and elsewhere. Chaucer wrote brilliant satire, lords and ladies invented courtly rituals of love and romance, yet the vast bulk of Europe's population struggled with plague, economic uncertainty, and violence. It was a world in transition, soon to be replaced by the Renaissance and the Age of Exploration, and John of Gaunt was its central figure. Norman F. Cantor, the best known and most popular historian of the ... moreMiddle Ages, brings Gaunt to life brilliantly in his newest work, The Last Knight" John of Gaunt was the richest man in Europe. Apart from its monarchs, and he epitomized and surpassed the ideals of the late Middle Ages. From chivalry; he was taught at a young age to fight on horseback like the knights of old; to courtly love, his three marriages included two romantic love-matches; and he was an ideal leader. He created lavish courts, sponsoring Chaucer and proto-Protestant religious thinkers, and he survived the dramatic Peasants' Revolt, during which his sumptuous London residence was burned to the ground. As the head of the Lancastrian Branch of the Plantagenet family. He was the unknowing father of the War of the Roses, for his son Henry Bolingbroke(to become King Henry IV) usurped the crown from Gaunt's nephew, Richard II, after Gaunt had died. He passed away just as one great era gave way to the next: His grandson Henry the Navigator launched the Age of Exploration. Gaunt's adventures represent the culture and mores of the Middle Ages as few others' do, and his death is portrayed by Cantor as the end of that fascinating period. Shakespeare put into Gaun
HUGE Medieval England Royal History Tower of London
Wonders of Man: Tower of London by Christopher Hibbert and the Editors of the Newsweek Book Division. DESCRIPTION: Hardcover with dust jacket: 172 pages. Publisher: Newsweek; 1971) Vast. Gloomy and aloof from the bustling activity of the modern capital city, the Tower of London as played a pivotal role in the history of England. Shortly after the battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy erected the White Tower to consolidate his hold over his newly won island kingdom. Over the span of the next nine years successive English monarchs transformed the fortress into a royal residence, a state prison, a menagerie, a mint and finally an armory and a repository for the crown jewels. Tower of London” eloquently describes the monument’s tumultuous past: the political intrigues and religious crises. The fires, the bombings and mob violence, the ... morecoronation processions and sumptuous banquets, the grim scenes of torture and death, the escape attempts and the dramatic stays of execution. The Tower has served as a stage for the entrances and the exits of such celebrated personalities as Henry VIII, Sir Thomas More, Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, Elizabeth I, and Sir Walter Raleigh. Here is the full panoramic story of England’s monarchy. As seen from behind the Tower’s imposing walls. Supplementing the narrative are some one hundred illustrations, one half in full color. Modern photographs, especially commissioned for this volume, have been juxtaposed with historical portraits, manuscript illustrations, old engravings, sketches, and paintings. A special section. The Tower of London in Literature” includes excerpts from works by such famous writers as Shakespeare, Maxwell Anderson, Samuel Pepys, Sir Walter Scott, and Alfred Lord Tennyson; all of whom were inspired by the vast fortress. A reference section, including a chronology of English history, a guide to the numerous structures that comprise the tower complex, a genealogical chart of England’s royal houses, and a selected bibliography conclude the volume. CONDITION:
Ivanhoe History Medieval England Knights Richard-the-Lion-Hearted Robin Hood
Ivanhoe by Walter Scott. Edited with an Introduction by Graham Tulloch. DESCRIPTION: Softcover: 496 pages. Publisher: Penguin Books; 2000) The epitome of the chivalric novel. Ivanhoe sweeps readers into Medieval England and the lives of a memorable cast of characters. Ivanhoe, a trusted ally of Richard-the-Lion-Hearted, returns from the Crusades to reclaim the inheritance his father denied him. Rebecca, a vibrant, beautiful Jewish woman is defended by Ivanhoe against a charge of witchcraft. But it is Lady Rowena who is Ivanhoe's true love. The wicked Prince John plots to usurp England's throne, but two of the most popular heroes in all of English literature, Richard-the-Lion-Hearted and the well-loved famous outlaw, Robin Hood, team up to defeat the Normans and regain the castle. The success of this novel lies with Scott's skillful ... moreblend of historic reality, chivalric romance, and high adventure. CONDITION: New. Never read. PLEASE SEE IMAGES BELOW FOR SAMPLE PAGES FROM INSIDE OF BOOK. PLEASE SEE PUBLISHER. PROFESSIONAL, AND READER REVIEWS BELOW. PUBLISHER REVIEW: REVIEW: Banished from England for seeking to marry against his father's wishes. Ivanhoe joins Richard the Lion Heart on a crusade in the Holy Land. On his return his passionate desire is to be reunited with the beautiful but forbidden Lady Rowena. But he soon finds himself playing a more dangerous game as he is drawn into a bitter power struggle between the noble King Richard and his evil and scheming brother John. The first of Scott's novels to address a purely English subject. Ivanhoe" is set in a highly romanticized medieval world of tournaments and sieges, chivalry and adventure where dispossessed Saxons are pitted against their Norman overlords, and where the historical and fictional seamlessly merge. This volume is based on the acclaimed Edinburgh Edition of the Waverly Novels whose first edition was drawn from Scott's original text. It contains an introduction that examines Scott's use of history in light of contem
“Norman Achievement” Europe England France Italy Sicily Syria Medieval Empire
The Norman Achievement 1050-1100 by David C. Douglas. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 271 pages. Publisher: University of California Press; 1969) In the whole course of European history” Professor Douglas writes, there have been few movements more remarkable than the sudden explosion of Norman power between 1050 and 1100. For during this period, the Norman spread out from their adopted homeland in the north-west of France, and took their power and influence to places as far apart as England, Italy, Sicily, and Syria. At the same time William the Conqueror was taking possession of England, Robert Guiscard was strengthening his rule over Italy; Roger, the Great Count was establishing his power in Muslim Sicily; and Bohemund I was securing a Norman foothold within the Byzantine Empire. But as impressive as this was, it was more than ... morea military conquest, and its effects were to play an important part in changing the direction of European history. In the north-west of Europe a new power was created. The Norman-Anglo state. In the south the many rulers whose carrying powers and traditions embraced two regions, two systems of ecclesiastical government, three languages(Greek, Latin and Arabic) and three systems of law were replaced by a unified kingdom. Moreover by their alliance with the reforming Papacy the Normans fostered a revival in the Western Church, and made their own contribution to the Crusades. Professor Douglas shows the remarkable similarity between the Norman enterprises. He compares their attitudes to the Church, to the cultures they found and their influence in molding a composite Norman civilization. He also illustrates the extraordinary connections between the men who took part. Not only in leaders such as William and Robert Guiscard, but equally in the lesser figures as the Grandmensils and Crispins, whose families straddled the horizon of Norman power, and who might at any time be at work in Normandy or England or Antioch. Professor Douglas’s book thus reveals the totality of the Norm
King Arthur Knights of Round Table Medieval England Lancelot Guinevere Tristan
The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table by Sir Thomas Malory. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 501 pages. Publisher: Weathervane Books; 1977) ISBN: 0517231360. This vigorous. Eloquent epic tale of valor is noted for having been written in the best English prose of the Fifteenth Century. The accompanying illustrations are, of course, a perfect example of the best illustrations of any century. The characters will be familiar: Lancelot and Guinevere, Tristan and Isolde, for this is the definitive account of the Arthurian legends, and Pollard's is the definitive abridgement. His preface says: The story of King Arthur and his knights is one of the greatest that men have ever made. Greater by far than that of Charlemagne, which had come into fashion a little earlier, greater perhaps ... moreeven than the tale of Troy, already some 2,000 years old, which for some centuries it eclipsed. It is through the fifteenth century prose of Sir Thomas Mallory, in which homeliness and nobility go hand in hand, that it holds its place in our hearts. But the story itself was the outcome of the second half of the twelfth century and the beginning of the thirteenth, the days of England’s Henry II and his three turbulent sons Geoffrey, Richard Coeur de Lion, and John. In the days when the Arthurian romances were coming into existence. Violence, cruelty, and luxury were rampant. But the greatness of these evils called forth some great virtues to counter them. This story bears traces of these and is penetrated to its very core by the special virtues of days in which men were content to live dangerously, carrying their lives in their in their hands and willing to lay them down lightly rather than break the rules of the game or be faithless to work or friend. CONDITION: This is the special. Illustrated edition with 32 illustrations(illustrated by Arthur Rackham, 16 color, 16 black + white) Book has clearly never been read, the inside of the book is pristine. Pages are clean, crisp, un
NEW Age of Shakespeare Life in Medieval Renaissance Elizabethan England ColorPix
The Age of Shakespeare by Francois Laroque. DESCRIPTION: Softcover: 191 pages. Publisher: Discoveries/ Harry N. Abrams. Inc. 1993) ISBN: 0810928906. This is published by Abrams. A company with an international reputation for publishing fine, gift quality books with superb photographic quality prints. This book is no exception. It is part of the“Discoveries” series. Though produced as a softcover book, it is with a high quality binding, and the format, though smaller than a“coffee table” book, is larger than an ordinary paperback, and produced with high quality glossy stock. There are many magnificent, high quality full color prints. As is said, a picture is worth a thousand words! England under Elizabeth I was a brilliant pageant centered on the queen and her courtiers, her soldiers and explorers, her poets and scholars. It was all made immortal ... moreby a tradesman’s son who made his way to London, found work in the new and rowdy world of theatre, and created some of the greatest works in the English language. CONDITION: Light shelf wear. Otherwise Like New, never read. PLEASE SEE IMAGES BELOW FOR SAMPLE PAGES FROM INSIDE OF BOOK. PLEASE SEE PUBLISHER. PROFESSIONAL, AND READER REVIEWS BELOW. PUBLISHER REVIEW: REVIEW: Looks at the social customs. Festivities, manner of dress, cookery, and cultural atmosphere of Elizabethan England. Author Francois Laroque teaches English Literature at the Sorbonne in Paris. He is a Shakespeare specialist and a member of the center for Elizabethan research at Paul Valery University in Montpellier, France. In addition to numerous articles on Shakespeare’s plays and on the attitudes and folklore of Elizabethan England, Laroque is also the author of Shakespeare’s Festive World: Elizabethan Seasonal Entertainment and the Professional Stage(1991) and a collaborator on an anthology of English literature(1993) PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS: REVIEW: A volume in the outstanding"Discoveries" series. This pocket-size encyclopedia is an excellent introduction to Elizabethan England. It presen
NEW 1000-1500AD The Lady in Medieval England Rape Abduction Murder Effigies Pix
The Lady in Medieval England 1000-1500 by Peter Coss. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 214 pages. Publisher: Wrens Park Publishing; 1999) Although there have been many books written about medieval women. Few have focused specifically on the lady. In a book designed as a companion to the author's previous book. The Knight in Medieval England. Professor Coss attempts to remedy this with a work which concentrates on the role of the lady within medieval society, how she was perceived both by herself and by her male counterparts, how she related to and participated within the seemingly prevailing male culture of gentility, how the lives of lords and ladies inter-related, and how they behaved towards one another. The author begins by introducing the issues to be discussed through the example of the Pastons of the fifteenth century. The ... moreorigins of the English lady are then considered and her position. Status and image during the eleventh and twelfth centuries examined, highlighting both changes and continuities. The book then develops this theme by looking at the widening gentility in England during the succeeding centuries, especially as expressed through a variety of visual media. Employing a variety of sources. Including double monumental effigies, brasses, and surviving letters, Professor Coss opens to popular scrutiny the affective relations between lord and lady, before turning to antagonistic relationships. In addition to the perennial disputes over property, he discusses rape, abduction and murder, examining the evidence for particular cases such as that of Juliana, widow of Thomas Murdak, who was said to have killed her husband at Stourton Castle during Easter week 1316 A.D. and who was sentenced to be burned. A further chapter looks at contemporary literature in terms of gender and ideology. Here the author examines the behavior deemed fitting for a Medieval Lady. And discusses the internationalization of social and cultural values through literature. Finally he offers an interpretation of the chara
Medieval England / Tudor Era Lead Spindle Whorls -- English Metal Detector Find,
This lot of lead spindle whorls was purchased from a collector in England who told me they were dug up in Yorkshire. Specifically. I've done nothing to clean them, so what you see is what you get. A spindle whorl(according to Wikipedia) is"a disc or spherical object fitted onto the spindle to increase and maintain the speed of the spin. For ages the whorls have been made of many different materials: amber. Antler, bone, coral, glass, metal(iron, lead, lead alloy) and wood(oak) Some types of local materials have been also used, such as chalk, limestone, mudstone, sandstone, slate, and soapstone. These are not uncommon items. And many treasure hunters in the UK have uncovered these in farm fields. Sold as is, your purchase includes all four. I don't have a COA to pass along. You can use these in your medieval/ Anglo Saxon reenactment ... moreor use them as I did, as paperweights on your desk! I am downsizing my personal antiquities collection. So be sure to check out my other listings for some great deals. All sales final. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d71f%2B0a7%3E-1444c1e157e-0x101-
The Lady in Medieval England 1000-1500AD Rape Abduction Rights Marriage Religion
TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish The Lady in Medieval England 1000-1500 by Peter Coss. NOTE: We have 75.000 books in our library, almost 10,000 different titles. Odds are we have other copies of this same title in varying conditions, some less expensive, some better condition. We might also have different editions as well(some paperback, some hardcover, oftentimes international editions) If you don’t see what you want, please contact us and ask. We’re happy to send you a summary of the differing conditions and prices we may have for the same title. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 214 pages. Publisher: Wrens Park Publishing; 1999) Although there have been many books written about medieval women. Few have focused specifically on the lady. In a book ... moredesigned as a companion to the author's previous book. The Knight in Medieval England. Professor Coss attempts to remedy this with a work which concentrates on the role of the lady within medieval society, how she was perceived both by herself and by her male counterparts, how she related to and participated within the seemingly prevailing male culture of gentility, how the lives of lords and ladies inter-related, and how they behaved towards one another. The author begins by introducing the issues to be discussed through the example of the Pastons of the fifteenth century. The origins of the English lady are then considered and her position. Status and image during the eleventh and twelfth centuries examined, highlighting both changes and continuities. The book then develops this theme by looking at the widening gentility in England during the succeeding centuries, especially as expressed through a variety of visual media. Employing a variety of sources. Including double monumental effigies, brasses, and surviving letters, Professor Coss opens to popular scrutiny the affective relations between lord and lady, before turning to antagonistic relationships. In addition to
MEDIEVAL ENGLAND VERY RARE GENUINE LARGE IRON KNIFE ARTIFACT 700-900 YEARS OLD
TEMPLATE MASTER• Welcome to My Closed Curiosity Shop• MY CLOSED CURIOSITY SHOP• OPEN 24/7 EVERYONE WELCOME! SEE ALL OUR HOT AUCTION ITEMS CLICK HERE• FROM MEDIEVAL ENGLAND. GENUINE, LARGE SEVEN INCH TANGED IRON WHITTLE KNIFE, Ca. 1100-1300 CE, 700-900 YEARS OLD GUARANTEED GENUINE This a genuine Medieval artifact that was crafted by a skilled blacksmith and used by someone hundreds of years ago. It is a recovered archeological find that was buried underground for hundreds of years. It was found in Britain. Near Bursledon, in Hampshire County. Bursledon is located on the River Hamble, and craftsmen have lived here for centuries. In fact Henry VIII's fleet of ships was built here. This knife is tanged for fastening to what would have been a wooden handle. This is a nice artifact that will make a great addition to your collection as well ... moreas a great conversation piece. Please have a good look at the pictures. This is a very good piece. I have been buying and selling ancient and medieval artifacts professionally for over 15 years and I guarantee it's authenticity. I provided authentication services in my shop and I would be happy to answer any questions on this item or anything else you see on eBay. Happy bidding and thanks for checking out my auction! FEEDBACK YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED Your feedback is essential to us. If you have any problem whatsoever with any item that you receive from us. Please, contact us first to resolve the issue. We want to make you happy! Thank you! SHIPPING SHIPPED FROM CANADA We are located in Canada. And all of our items ship from Canada. Your shipping includes the cost of envelopes and bubble wrap, etc, but we buy that wholesale and it's minimal. Prior to listing items I go to the Canada Post web site and obtain an estimate of the shipping cost for items. We usually option for lowest rate on a tracked package, unless it is a small item where the letter rate(no
4 Medevil Bronze Age Buckles 850 1350 A.D. Medieval Display Penrith England
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Shadow Box Display Medevil Bronze Age Buckles 850– 1350 A.D. Excavated Near Penrith. England 8/12/59 Buckle display is in good used shape. Has 4 old buckles glued onto black felt. White tag below has info you see in title. I do not understand why it says Medevil and then Bronze age? Display measures 7 ½” by 5 ½” and is a shadow box. Can be hung on wall or stood up on shelf. Note: If you like Shooting. Hunting, Fishing, Guns, Pistols, Knives, Cars, Vintage& Military Collectibles, Man-Cave Stuff, and some Women’s Things(shoes and coats) save me to your Favorite Seller’s List to get email updates on new items. I have a 8x40 shipping container and 3 storage units full of family junk from the last 40 years that I am trying to get rid of. I will post as much as possible in-between ... moremy search for a job(out of work) Thank you for taking your time to look and please checkout my eBay site“Vintage Gun Rifle Pistol Fishing” Shipping and Returns Information: Postage charged is to cover actual postage. Handling, packing materials, time, car& gas, and eBay postage fees. Returns given minus 15% handling and buyer pays shipping both ways. Shipments Outside the United States of America: If an international bidder. Please double-check shipping cost, because it will not be discounted. Priority-mail cost will be charged for first-class international packages in some cases to cover handling and above. I do not offer international postage tracking. Since USPS cannot track some international packages. The Buyer will bear full responsibility for local post-office delivery of the package once it ships and agrees not to hold the Seller responsible for non-delivered packages. No refund of purchase price or postage will be given for an international package that is lost or not delivered. By bidding you agree to these terms. This is a legal and binding contract you enter by bidding and eBay is NOT allowed to override this contract and issue ANY refund for merchandise or po