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Background imageIillustration Collection: French costumes of the 15th century

French costumes of the 15th century
French costumes of the late 15th century. A woman on a throne at a banquet surrounded by allegorical figures of women, one with a pet squirrel, others playing board games

Background imageIillustration Collection: Tyll Eulenspiegel, 15th century German chapbook hero

Tyll Eulenspiegel, 15th century German chapbook hero and scatological prankster. In colorful doublet, cape and hose, with basket and tankard of jesters. From a color drawing in a travel book

Background imageIillustration Collection: German womens costumes of the late 15th century

German womens costumes of the late 15th century. In dress adorned with gold on the collar and sleeves. From a painting in the collection of Katharina Sattler, Mainburg Castle

Background imageIillustration Collection: Knightly costume of the 15th century

Knightly costume of the 15th century. Knight in armour with helm, shield, pennant, spurs and cracows, on horseback. From an illuminated manuscript of Konrad von Ammenhausens Schachzabelbuch

Background imageIillustration Collection: Wool tapestry of rural pursuits from the 15th century

Wool tapestry of rural pursuits from the 15th century
Wool tapestry from the 15th century. It shows laborers in farm employment, pruning, ploughing, harvesting, bathing, through the months of the year against a background of colourful flowers

Background imageIillustration Collection: French womens costumes of the 15th century

French womens costumes of the 15th century. Poetess Christine de Pizan writing in her room A, women in hennin headdresses B, D, and woman in tall headdress hawking on horseback C

Background imageIillustration Collection: French breastplate armour and spur worn of the 15th century

French breastplate armour and spur worn of the 15th century
French breastplate armour and spur worn by Duke Albrecht III of Bavaria of the 15th century. Panzerjacke, sporn. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: German bourgeois fashion, 15th century

German bourgeois fashion, 15th century
German costume of the 15th century. A rich German bourgeois and his wife depicted in prayer. He wears a doublet with open sleeve, a dagger, and an illuminated prayer book

Background imageIillustration Collection: German soldiers, hunter and young men of the 15th century

German soldiers, hunter and young men of the 15th century
German mens costumes of the 15th century. Young pikeman or Lansknecht with sword and halberd A, soldier with felt hat C, hunter with falcon and glove D, and young men in house clothes B, E, F

Background imageIillustration Collection: Mens costumes of the mid 15th century

Mens costumes of the mid 15th century. Charles the Bold, Karl I der Kühne, wearing a fur-lined coat over puff sleeved doublet. From a miniature in the titlepage of Froissarts Chronicles

Background imageIillustration Collection: German tournament helmet of the mid-15th century

German tournament helmet of the mid-15th century. Jousting helm with engraved foliage. From Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringens collection, Signaringen Kunstkammer

Background imageIillustration Collection: Magdalena Potschner and her seven daughters, 1477

Magdalena Potschner and her seven daughters, 1477
Magdalena Potschner kneeling in fur-lined mantle and wimple, with coat of arms of a frog, 1477. Her seven daughters behind her. From the Potschner altar in Saint Peters Church, Munich

Background imageIillustration Collection: Georg Potschner in suit of armor with his sons, 1477

Georg Potschner in suit of armor with his sons, 1477
Georg Potschner in suit of armor with his sons, Caspar and Walthauser, 1477. From the Potschner altar in Saint Peters Church, Munich

Background imageIillustration Collection: Conrad Paumann, German organist, lutenist and composer

Conrad Paumann, German organist, lutenist and composer
Conrad Paumann, blind Renaissance German organist, lutenist and composer, died 1476. He is shown playing a Schoossorgel or portativ organ, with lute, harp and recorder on the wall

Background imageIillustration Collection: European mens costumes of the mid-15th century

European mens costumes of the mid-15th century
Mens costumes of the mid 15th century. Young man in doublet with long sleeves from a Saxon lineage book, nobleman in costume of the Lower Rhine from a painting in the Van Eyck school

Background imageIillustration Collection: Tournament helmet from the mid-15th century

Tournament helmet from the mid-15th century
Tournament helmet with coat of arms on rear from the mid-15th century. From the collection of Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen

Background imageIillustration Collection: King Henry IV of Castile with coat of arms

King Henry IV of Castile with coat of arms
King Henry IV of Castile, nicknamed the impotent. He wears a black cape, leather boots and stands over heraldic coat of arms supported by lions. Heinrich IV, Koenig von Spanien, died 1474

Background imageIillustration Collection: Womens costumes of the mid 15th century

Womens costumes of the mid 15th century. From the Duke of Saxonys friendship book in Dresden State Archive. Stammbuches. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: Wilhelm I, Margrave of Baden, died 1473

Wilhelm I, Margrave of Baden, died 1473. Wilhelm I Markgraf von Baden, died 1473. Kneeling in suit of plate armour with cape, tunic, heraldic coat of arms. From the grave effigy in Konstanz Minster

Background imageIillustration Collection: Shoes and costumes of the mid 15th century

Shoes and costumes of the mid 15th century. Man in long cassock and crakows from a drawing in a manuscript on Dutch history, Margarethe von Limburg

Background imageIillustration Collection: Italian womens costumes from the mid 15th century

Italian womens costumes from the mid 15th century. From a fresco by Pinturicchio in the church of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli, Rome

Background imageIillustration Collection: 13th century figures from stained-glass windows, Freiburg

13th century figures from stained-glass windows, Freiburg
St. Catherine of Alexandria with sword and halo, with two silver miners working in helmets and cowls. Costumes of the late 13th century. From stained glass windows in Freiburg Minster

Background imageIillustration Collection: Gertrude Anne of Hohenberg, queen of King Rudolf

Gertrude Anne of Hohenberg, queen of King Rudolf
Gertrude Anne of Hohenberg, 1225-1281, queen of King Rudolf I of Germany, and her son Charles, d.1276. Kaiserin Anna Gertraud, Karl. From her tomb in Basel Minster

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes of the 13th century

Costumes of the 13th century. A prince and two knights swearing allegiance to a king, the investiture of a knight, a wedding ceremony, and a king with crown over chainmail armour

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes of Count Ernst IV von Gleichen and his wives

Costumes of Count Ernst IV von Gleichen and his wives
Costumes of Count Ernst IV von Gleichen with his first wife Ingeborg and second wife Margaretha, 13th century. Graf Ernst von Gleichen. From the effigy in Erfurt cathedral

Background imageIillustration Collection: King and courtiers, battle scene, 13th century

King and courtiers, battle scene, 13th century
Costumes of the 13th century. King and ladies sending knights off to battle, and king and his knights in combat with lance and shield

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes of Jewish noble woman and rabbi, 13th century

Costumes of Jewish noble woman and rabbi, 13th century
Costumes of 13th century. Young Jewish noble woman in crown (top), and rabbi and attendants praying at an altar (below). From miniature paintings in a Jewish prayerbook in Leipzig university library

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costume of Konrad von Thuringen, died 1241

Costume of Konrad von Thuringen, died 1241
Costume of Konrad von Thuringen, Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, died 1241. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes of Ludwig 1, Duke of Bavaria, of Kelheim

Costumes of Ludwig 1, Duke of Bavaria, of Kelheim, with sword, flag and lance, his wife Ludmilla, 1230-1240. Wooden statues from Seligenthal monastery, Landshut

Background imageIillustration Collection: German costumes of the early 13th century

German costumes of the early 13th century. King and bishop with sceptre and noblemen and flag, King with pope, knight and herald

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costume of an English knight, early 13th century

Costume of an English knight, early 13th century. From the effigy of Robert Harcourt, died 1205, Worcester Cathedral. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes from the early 13th century

Costumes from the early 13th century. From a manuscript of Thomasin von Zirclaeres Der Walsche Gast. Symbolic scenes of a couple (German youth) with horse and tree A, Cicero and Rhetorica B

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costume of a German bishop, early 13th century

Costume of a German bishop, early 13th century, from Worms Cathedral. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century, Frankfurt

Background imageIillustration Collection: Bishops mitres showing martyrdoms

Bishops mitres showing martyrdoms
Bishops mitres showing the martyrdom of Thomas Becket by three knights and the stoning of St. Stephen. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costume of a prince, 12th century, and sword hilts, etc

Costume of a prince, 12th century, and sword hilts, etc. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century, Frankfurt, 1889

Background imageIillustration Collection: Chainmail suits of armour and helms, 12th century

Chainmail suits of armour and helms, 12th century
Chainmail suits of armour and helms of 12th century German knights. From manuscripts in Hamburg library. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costume of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, d. 1190

Costume of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, d. 1190
Costume of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa or Friedrich der Rothbart, d. 1190. From St. Zeno monastery

Background imageIillustration Collection: Count Sigiboto, wife Hildegard and other 12th century

Count Sigiboto, wife Hildegard and other 12th century
Count Sigiboto or Siboto of Falkenstein and wife Hildegard from a manuscript in Munich library, and other 12th century figures

Background imageIillustration Collection: Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, Cunigunde, bishop

Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, Cunigunde, bishop
Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor, and empress Saint Cunigunde of Luxembourg, bishop, and other courtiers. From a manuscript in Hamburg library

Background imageIillustration Collection: Costumes of priests, women and children from

Costumes of priests, women and children from the 12th century. From a painting in Saint Peters Basilica, Rome. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageIillustration Collection: St Nicholas in bishops robes and St. George slaying

St Nicholas in bishops robes and St. George slaying a dragon. St. George in German knights armour of the 14th century, with cape, surcoat, belt, lance, shield and sword

Background imageIillustration Collection: Sir Guy de Bryan, Baron Bryan, died 1391

Sir Guy de Bryan, Baron Bryan, died 1391. In suit of armour with chainmail camail attached to helmet. From his grave effigy in Tewkesbury Abbey, England

Background imageIillustration Collection: Wicker Frosch, Weikhard Frosch, died 1378

Wicker Frosch, Weikhard Frosch, died 1378. With ermine-lined cape, suit or armour, great helm, vizored bascinet, coat or arms on escutcheon. From his grave effigy in St. Catherines church, Frankfurt

Background imageIillustration Collection: St. George on horseback slaying the dragon, 14th century

St. George on horseback slaying the dragon, 14th century
St. George on horseback slaying the dragon in front of a kneeling princess while a king and queen watch from a castle tower

Background imageIillustration Collection: Hennel Landschad and his wife Mia, 14th century

Hennel Landschad and his wife Mia, 14th century
Hennel Landschad von Steinach, died 1377, and his wife Mia von Sickingen. From a grave effigy in a church in Neckarsteinach

Background imageIillustration Collection: Mayor John Holzhausen and wife Guda, late 14th century

Mayor John Holzhausen and wife Guda, late 14th century
Mayor John Holzhausen and wife Guda, Johann von Holtzhausen 1393 and Gudela von Holtzhausen 1371. From a grave effigy in Frankfurt Cathedral

Background imageIillustration Collection: Figure of St. George slaying a dragon from the Dijon

Figure of St. George slaying a dragon from the Dijon
Figure of St. George slaying a dragon. In the costume of a French knight of the 14th century. In jupon with coat of arms, shield and bouche, bascinet helmet, belt and sword

Background imageIillustration Collection: Great helms and shields with heraldic crests, 14th century

Great helms and shields with heraldic crests, 14th century
Great helms and shields with heraldic family crests, 14th century. From tomb effigies. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes



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