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LLIBRE DELS JOCS DEL REI ALFONS X EL SABI. PROBLEMES D'ESCACS .

LLIBRE DELS JOCS DEL REI ALFONS X EL SABI. PROBLEMES D'ESCACS .

LLIBRE DELS JOCS DEL REI ALFONS X EL SABI

LLIBRE DELS JOCS DEL REI ALFONS X EL SABI

Subject: Cycle of frescos of the twelve labors of the months Location: Trento (Italy), Castello del Buonconsiglio (Bishops Castle), Torre del'Aquila (Tower of the eagle) Artist: otherwise unknown Master Wenceslas of Bohemia Date: after 1397, round about at 1400

Subject: Cycle of frescos of the twelve labors of the months Location: Trento (Italy), Castello del Buonconsiglio (Bishops Castle), Torre del'Aquila (Tower of the eagle) Artist: otherwise unknown Master Wenceslas of Bohemia Date: after 1397, round about at 1400

Set of Fifty-Two Playing Cards  Date: ca. 1470–80   Culture: South Netherlandish  Medium: Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver

Set of Fifty-Two Playing Cards Date: ca. 1470–80 Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver

Christ Blessing the Children by Lucas Cranach the Younger and Workshop  (German, Wittenberg 1515–1586 Wittenberg)

Christ Blessing the Children by Lucas Cranach the Younger and Workshop (German, Wittenberg 1515–1586 Wittenberg)

*Game Piece with Hercules Throwing Diomedes to his Man–Eating Horses, ca. 1150 German (Probably made in Cologne) Elephant ivory

*Game Piece with Hercules Throwing Diomedes to his Man–Eating Horses, ca. 1150 German (Probably made in Cologne) Elephant ivory

Game Piece with Samson Slaying the Philistines with the Jawbone of an Ass, 1140-1150, Elephant ivory, red stain, 2 1/2 x 1/2 in (6.3x1.3cm)

Game Piece with Samson Slaying the Philistines with the Jawbone of an Ass, 1140-1150, Elephant ivory, red stain, 2 1/2 x 1/2 in (6.3x1.3cm)

Whale Ivory Chess piece in the form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn, 12th century Scandinavian. 1 7/8 × 1 1/4 × 7/8 in. (4.8 × 3.2 × 2.3 cm). MMoA 2013.621

Whale Ivory Chess piece in the form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn, 12th century Scandinavian. 1 7/8 × 1 1/4 × 7/8 in. (4.8 × 3.2 × 2.3 cm). MMoA 2013.621

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