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Der schwangeren Frawen vnd Hebammen Rosengarten

Der schwangeren Frawen vnd Hebammen Rosengarten

Mendel I - Amb. 317.2°  Maltechnik: Lavierte Federzeichnung  Farbauftrag: Schwarze Tinte, blaue, braune und grüne Wasserfarben, Höhung in Deckweiß und Zinnober.  Bildmaße: H 255 x B 196  Datierung: Ab 1425  Folio 24 v Decker (Dachdecker)

Mendel I - Amb. 317.2° Maltechnik: Lavierte Federzeichnung Farbauftrag: Schwarze Tinte, blaue, braune und grüne Wasserfarben, Höhung in Deckweiß und Zinnober. Bildmaße: H 255 x B 196 Datierung: Ab 1425 Folio 24 v Decker (Dachdecker)

Illustration of a Butcher, Hans Lengenfelder - From the House Books of the Nuremberg Twelve Brothers Foundation, records of a charitable foundation started in the city of Nuremberg in 1388. The foundation would take 12 poor and needy people and provide them with training in a trade. Starting around 1425 their books would contain one-page illustration of the people they had helped, usually giving their name and what profession they were in. - Nuremburg, Germany - c. 1425-1450

Illustration of a Butcher, Hans Lengenfelder - From the House Books of the Nuremberg Twelve Brothers Foundation, records of a charitable foundation started in the city of Nuremberg in 1388. The foundation would take 12 poor and needy people and provide them with training in a trade. Starting around 1425 their books would contain one-page illustration of the people they had helped, usually giving their name and what profession they were in. - Nuremburg, Germany - c. 1425-1450

"No matter what she has done, I will not allow my mother to be burned at a tree!" Areha snarled. "No matter what she has done... She is and will always be my blood. I have to save her."

"No matter what she has done, I will not allow my mother to be burned at a tree!" Areha snarled. "No matter what she has done... She is and will always be my blood. I have to save her."

Detail of a woman physician treating a female patient. Sloane 6 John of Arderne, Medical treatise England; 2nd quarter of the 15th century.

Detail of a woman physician treating a female patient. Sloane 6 John of Arderne, Medical treatise England; 2nd quarter of the 15th century.

A baker in front of his oven. From a 15th-16th century Book of Hours, attributed to Jean Bourdichon

A baker in front of his oven. From a 15th-16th century Book of Hours, attributed to Jean Bourdichon

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