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Calme Medieval Clothes pictures

by admin on December 27, 2011

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Merchant at Viking Fest
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Poulsbo Viking Fest

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Calme Medieval Clothes pictures

by admin on November 25, 2011

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NYC – Fortin Tryon Park: The Cloisters – Cluxa Cloister
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Image by wallyg
Cluxa Cloister
Marble
France (initially Catalunya), Roussillon, about 1130-40
From the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa (Saint Miquel de Cuixà), near Peprignan
The Cloisters Assortment, 1925

The original richesse, abaci, sections of arcading, and parts of parapet copings that are integrated into this cloister all occur from the abbery of Saint-Michael-de-Cuxa. The Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, situated at the foot of Mount Canigou in the northeast Pyrenees, was founded in 878.

In 1791, Cuxa’s monks departed in the wake of the French Revolution, and significantly of the monastery’s stonework was subsequently dispersed. The monastery’s cloister, developed during the twelfth century, originally measured some 156 by 128 feet, or roughly 2 times its latest size at The Cloisters, a lot of whose architecture is contemporary. Like the ensemble from Saint-Guilhem, aspects were acquired by George Gray Barnard and introduced to the United States portion of the cloister survives at the monastery which, once yet again, houses a local community of monks.

The cloister was the heart of a monastery. By definition, it is composed of a coated walkway bordering a significant open courtyard, with entry to all other monastic structures. Usually connected to the southern flank of the church, a cloister was at the same time passageway and processional walkway, a place for meditation and for reading aloud. At when serene and bustling, the cloister was also the website in which the monks washed their garments and their selves.

The heat beauty of the native pink marble utilised at Cuxa harmonizes this cloister’s many components, such as the different capital sculptures carved for the duration of various intervals in its construction. Some of these are fashioned in the easiest of block kinds, although other individuals are intricately carved. The plains are basic and clearly defined. The ornamental and figurative motifs, this kind of as scrolling leaves, pinecones, animals with two bodies and a typical head (a unique breed for the corners of richesse), lions devouring individuals or their own forelegs, or a mermaid keeping her tail, are concentrated at the corners, architectonically organized, providing visual help for the abaci and arcading above. Even though a lot of of these motifs might derive from common fables or depict the wrestle between the forces of good and evil, the conveyance of meaning seems to have been a lot less critical for the Cuxa artists than the generation of powerful works capturing the electricity and stress amongst the types depicted.

The eight-sided fountain in the center (26.79) dates to the thirteenth century and comes from the nearby monastery of Saint-Génis-des-Fontaines.

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The Cloisters, a department of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art focused to the artwork and architecture of the European Middle Ages, is located in Fort Tryon Park in the vicinity of the northern suggestion of Manhattan island on a hill overlooking the Hudson River. The Cloisters assortment is made up of roughly 5 thousand European medieval works of artwork, with a particular emphasis on pieces dating from the twelfth by way of the fifteen hundreds of years.

Investigate: November 16, 2007

NYC – Fort Tryon Park: The Cloisters – Cluxa Cloister
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Picture by wallyg
Cluxa Cloister
Marble
France (originally Catalunya), Roussillon, about 1130-40
From the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa (Saint Miquel de Cuixà), close to Peprignan
The Cloisters Collection, 1925

The authentic capitals, abaci, sections of arcading, and portions of parapet copings that are integrated into this cloister all arrive from the abbery of Saint-Michael-de-Cuxa. The Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, positioned at the foot of Mount Canigou in the northeast Pyrenees, was founded in 878.

In 1791, Cuxa’s monks departed in the wake of the French Revolution, and a lot of the monastery’s stonework was subsequently dispersed. The monastery’s cloister, created throughout the twelfth century, initially measured some 156 by 128 ft, or roughly two times its present size at The Cloisters, much of whose architecture is modern. Like the ensemble from Saint-Guilhem, factors had been purchased by George Gray Barnard and brought to the United States element of the cloister survives at the monastery which, when yet again, houses a neighborhood of monks.

The cloister was the heart of a monastery. By definition, it is composed of a coated walkway bordering a large open up courtyard, with access to all other monastic structures. Usually hooked up to the southern flank of the church, a cloister was at the very same time passageway and processional walkway, a place for meditation and for reading aloud. At the moment serene and bustling, the cloister was also the website exactly where the monks washed their outfits and themselves.

The warm splendor of the native pink marble used at Cuxa harmonizes this cloister’s several aspects, these kinds of as the different capital sculptures carved during distinct periods in its building. Some of these are fashioned in the simplest of block forms, although other individuals are intricately carved. The plains are simple and evidently outlined. The decorative and figurative motifs, these as scrolling leaves, pinecones, animals with two bodies and a frequent head (a specific breed for the corners of richesse), lions devouring individuals or their own forelegs, or a mermaid holding her tail, are concentrated at the corners, architectonically arranged, supplying visual help for the abaci and arcading over. Even though a lot of of these motifs could derive from popular fables or depict the wrestle in between the forces of great and evil, the conveyance of that means appears to have been much less critical for the Cuxa artists than the development of potent functions capturing the vitality and pressure in between the forms depicted.

The eight-sided fountain in the middle (26.79) dates to the thirteenth century and arrives from the close by monastery of Saint-Génis-des-Fontaines.

**

The Cloisters, a department of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Artwork focused to the artwork and architecture of the European Center Ages, is positioned in Fortin Tryon Park near the northern tip of Manhattan island on a hill overlooking the Hudson River. The Cloisters collection contains roughly five thousand European medieval works of artwork, with a certain emphasis on items dating from the twelfth by means of the fifteen hundreds of years.

NYC – Fortin Tryon Park: The Cloisters – Cluxa Cloister
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Picture by wallyg
Cluxa Cloister
Marble
France (at first Catalunya), Roussillon, about 1130-forty
From the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa (Saint Miquel de Cuixà), in the vicinity of Peprignan
The Cloisters Assortment, 1925

The authentic richesse, abaci, sections of arcading, and portions of parapet copings that are incorporated into this cloister all come from the abbery of Saint-Michael-de-Cuxa. The Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa, found at the foot of Mount Canigou in the northeast Pyrenees, was founded in 878.

In 1791, Cuxa’s monks departed in the wake of the French Revolution, and a lot of the monastery’s stonework was subsequently dispersed. The monastery’s cloister, constructed during the twelfth century, initially measured some 156 by 128 feet, or roughly two times its present measurement at The Cloisters, much of whose architecture is contemporary. Like the assortiment from Saint-Guilhem, aspects ended up purchased by George Gray Barnard and introduced to the United States element of the cloister survives at the monastery which, once again, houses a community of monks.

The cloister was the heart of a monastery. By definition, it is composed of a lined walkway bordering a significant open courtyard, with access to all other monastic properties. Normally attached to the southern flank of the church, a cloister was at the very same time passageway and processional walkway, a location for meditation and for reading through aloud. At the moment serene and bustling, the cloister was also the web site where the monks washed their clothing and on their own.

The heat beauty of the native pink marble utilized at Cuxa harmonizes this cloister’s numerous aspects, this kind of as the diverse funds sculptures carved throughout different periods in its construction. Some of these are fashioned in the easiest of block kinds, whilst other people are intricately carved. The plains are straightforward and clearly outlined. The ornamental and figurative motifs, these as scrolling leaves, pinecones, animals with two bodies and a frequent head (a particular breed for the corners of capitals), lions devouring individuals or their own forelegs, or a mermaid holding her tail, are concentrated at the corners, architectonically organized, supplying visible support for the abaci and arcading above. Although a lot of of these motifs may derive from popular fables or depict the battle among the forces of excellent and evil, the conveyance of meaning would seem to have been a lot less important for the Cuxa artists than the generation of strong functions capturing the energy and stress between the forms depicted.

The 8-sided fountain in the center (26.79) dates to the thirteenth century and comes from the nearby monastery of Saint-Génis-des-Fontaines.

**

The Cloisters, a branch of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Artwork dedicated to the art and architecture of the European Center Ages, is situated in Fortin Tryon Park close to the northern tip of Manhattan island on a hill overlooking the Hudson River. The Cloisters assortment consists of roughly 5 thousand European medieval works of art, with a certain emphasis on pieces dating from the twelfth by way of the fifteen hundreds of years.

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Neat Medieval Clothes pictures

by admin on November 9, 2011

A few nice medieval clothes images I found:

The Gaoler’s Forge, The Clink Prison Museum, Bankside, London
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Image by nikoretro
Clink Prison
the prison that gave its name to all others

The Gaoler’s forge

Medieval prisons were not very secure by modern standards. This was because the prisoners were kept chained and shackled. Their legs and wrists were held by manacles which were hammered or clenched closed. If a prisoner was to be released, the irons had to be hammered open again.

Until the nineteenth century, prisoners were expected to pay for their own imprisonment. They had, after all, brought it upon themselves. Gaolers, or keepers, were poorly paid and were often given the job instead of a pension. The supplemented their income by exacting various payments from the prisoners or their families.

Engraving caption: A debtor being shackled and stripped of his belongings. Circa 1756 Source: Guildhall Library

Charges were made for the ‘accommodation’ food and drink, fuel and clothing that they used while imprisoned. They even had to pay for their shackles. Just think of the contrast of this by today’s standards. In Medieval times rich prisoners could pay, even bribe the gaoler to fit lighter shackles, or if the price was right, none at all!

In 1374 the Bishop of Winchester’s household paid for an iron ‘gyve’ (fetter) and a year later two clerks escaped from the Bishop’s Palace dispide their fetters. A feat that all prisoners of the clink wished they could achieve!

Just imagine that you are unfortunate enough to have been put here, in the Bishop’s very own private prison for misdeeds whilst in his Liberty of the Clink.

Photo used here with permission:

www.london-pensionen.de/tag/pension/

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Image by me and the sysop
for my 14th day of gratitude, i’m picking vidya games. though this picture doesn’t do much to highlight them, it is me peeking around the coffee table while watching slo play persona 4. that’s how much i love them: i don’t even have to play them, just watch. i’m a firm believer in the hand-eye coordination business they say it builds, and i think all my habits contributed to my clarinet funkitude and 90 wpm typitude.

so take a moment and thank the vidya games in your life. the genesis was always one of the systems i played to death. as a result, two of my favorite soundtracks are ghouls & ghosts (totally rockin’) and columns (totally medieval chill). ah, and altered beast? game developers today have their heads up their asses.

hmm…no idea why the EXIF data disappeared from this…

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Plaque with the Crucifixion between Longinus and Stephaton and the Personification of the Sun and the Moon
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Image by peterjr1961
Plaque with the Crucifixion between Longinus and Stephaton and the Personification of the Sun and the Moon
German, possibly Westphalia, made about 1200

This plaque was probably originally part of a pulpit or altar frontal. An enamel palette of blue, green, red, and white and lively engraving delineate the figures and their clothing. Contemporary enamels from the Limoges reion of France inspired the composition.

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Good Medieval Clothes images

by admin on November 3, 2011

A number of great medieval clothes photographs I discovered:

NSW Marine Corps Re-Enactment tent at Wollongong Medieval Honest
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Picture by Vanessa Pike-Russell
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Cool Medieval Clothes photos

by admin on October 31, 2011

Some cool medieval clothes photographs:

Re-enactment of the New South Wales Marine Corps coaching workout routines at Wollongong Medieval Reasonable
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Image by Vanessa Pike-Russell
The uniform of the Maritime is the traditional red coat, white trousers, black gaiters and a bicorn hat. The facings had been white, indicating a naval or maritime unit. Marines also wear white cross belts with a “fouled anchor” on the cross-plate.

More information offered at www.nswcorpsofmarines.org.au/

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