Chartres Cathedral

by admin on December 20, 2011

Some awesome medieval wear images: Chartres Cathedral Image by stevecadman Chartres Cathedral (1194-1260). The imposing scale of the cathedral displays the reality that it housed a particularly valuable religious relic – the Sancta Camisia (supposedly the robe that Mary wore when she gave birth to Jesus). The Romanesque cathedral burnt down in 1194, and it […]


Some neat medieval wear pictures: Notre Dame of Lyon – aka How to Just take Clandestine Cathedral Pictures in 10 Actions Picture by Stuck in Customs This is the interior of the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière. It is most likely the most lavish and beautiful cathedral I have ever before been inside. It beats […]


Moorish Influences in the Cathedral

by admin on July 18, 2010

A number of great medieval put on photos I identified: Moorish Influences in the Cathedral Picture by chicago boulevardier Southwell Minster medieval oak doorway Picture by -) SHAGGY This is a fab doorway you can make out the shape of crude crosses on some of the nearly smooth diamonds to the left, those on the […]