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L'art d'aimer au Moyen-age Détail

L'art d'aimer au Moyen-age Détail

Un voyage à travers le temps et l’espace, celui du Moyen-Âge..., au Musée de Cluny http://www.blog-habitat-durable.com/2015/01/un-voyage-a-travers-le-temps-et-l-espace-celui-du-moyen-a-ge-au-muse-e-de-cluny.html

Un voyage à travers le temps et l’espace, celui du Moyen-Âge..., au Musée de Cluny http://www.blog-habitat-durable.com/2015/01/un-voyage-a-travers-le-temps-et-l-espace-celui-du-moyen-a-ge-au-muse-e-de-cluny.html

Pasta Makers in Italy during the Middle Age (Rome, Biblioteca Casanatense, ms 4182: Century XIV): this picture depicts a woman kneading dough, while another stretches strands of pasta out on a wooden board to dry. Come to learn the ancient art of pasta making in Italy with Mama Isa

Pasta Makers in Italy during the Middle Age (Rome, Biblioteca Casanatense, ms 4182: Century XIV): this picture depicts a woman kneading dough, while another stretches strands of pasta out on a wooden board to dry. Come to learn the ancient art of pasta making in Italy with Mama Isa

The Lady and the Unicorn (La Dame à la Licorne, in French) is a set (or "cycle") of six tapestries dating from the 15th century and depicting the five senses.  The cycle is housed in the Musee de Cluny (Musee National du Moyen-Age) in Paris,...

The Lady and the Unicorn (La Dame à la Licorne, in French) is a set (or "cycle") of six tapestries dating from the 15th century and depicting the five senses. The cycle is housed in the Musee de Cluny (Musee National du Moyen-Age) in Paris,...

Le musée de Cluny se met au jeu - Live young blog

Le musée de Cluny se met au jeu - Live young blog

Title 	    Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry  Folio 86, verso:  English: The Funeral of Raymond Diocrès  Français : Les Obsèques de Raymond Diocrès

Title Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry Folio 86, verso: English: The Funeral of Raymond Diocrès Français : Les Obsèques de Raymond Diocrès

Adela of Louvain married Henry I of England when he was 53 and she was 18. He was a widower who lost his only surviving legitimate son. His only remaining heir was a daughter. Henry and Adela were married in February 1121; when it became clear that they would have no children, Henry convinced his nobles to recognize his daughter, the Empress Matilda as his heir.

Adela of Louvain married Henry I of England when he was 53 and she was 18. He was a widower who lost his only surviving legitimate son. His only remaining heir was a daughter. Henry and Adela were married in February 1121; when it became clear that they would have no children, Henry convinced his nobles to recognize his daughter, the Empress Matilda as his heir.

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