French knight in costume of the years 1300 to 1350, 14th century.
Tannhäuser. Elizabeth, the Landgravine. ELIZABETH is kneeling at the shrine in prayer for Tannhäuser, when she hears the chorus of the band of returning pilgrims, of whom he was one.
Philippa of Hainault. Queen of England 1369.
The Feast of Fools and dances of the Middle Ages. 14th century.
Wealthy bourgeoisie family. 14th century clothing. Famille bourgeoisie aisée. Costumes parisiens. Manuscrit Charles VI, Froissard, No 2644. (Bibliothèque nationale) XIVe siècle. Dessinateur et graveur: Gerlier et A. Renard.
Medieval noble lady clothes under Charles VI. 1380. Burgundy, Gothic costume era. Dame noble, sous Charles VI. 1380.
Italian craftsmen in 1350. Medieval clothing. Vicino, Calzolaio, Beccaio, Molinaro, Segatore di fieno, Salinaro, Agricoltore, Muratore, Boscaiuolo, Raccoglitore d’olive, Taglialegna, Falegname, Falconiere, Orefice, Fabbro, Pescivendolo. Dallo Statuto di Trieste del… Read More
Jacques de Molay. Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Jacques de Molay, also Jacob de Molay and Jacobus of Molay (1244-1250 -1314) was the twenty-third and last Grand Master of… Read More
John Wyclif, also Wicklyf, Wicliffe, Wiclef, Wycliff, Wycliffe, called Doctor evangelicus, was an English philosopher, theologian and church reformer.
Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March was an English magnate, military and rebel. After the fall of King Edward II in 1326, he was the real regent of England until he himself was overthrown and executed in 1330.