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Images Dated 15th August 2006

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King William as represented on his seal, (1870) Featured 15 Aug 2006 Image

King William as represented on his seal, (1870)

King William as represented on his seal, (1870). A wood engraving showing William the Conqueror (1028-1087) from The Arts of the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance, by Paul Lacroix, (London, 1870)

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Seal of the King of the Basoche, 16th century (1870) Featured 15 Aug 2006 Image

Seal of the King of the Basoche, 16th century (1870)

Seal of the King of the Basoche, 16th century, (1870). The Basoche was the guild of legal clerks of the Paris court system under the pre-revolutionary French monarchy. The assembly of clerks was called the parliament and each year they elected a king as their leader. In the 16th century, they had to rename their leader, henceforth calling him a chancellor, reputedly by order of Henry III. A 19th century version of an original 16th century illustration, From The Arts of the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance by Paul Lacroix (London, 1870)

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A sinner on his death bed, 15th century, (1870) Featured 15 Aug 2006 Image

A sinner on his death bed, 15th century, (1870)

A sinner on his death bed, 15th century, (1870). Two demons are whispering into his ear: think of the treasure, and distribute it to thy friends. Ars moriendi (The Art of Dying) is the name of two related Latin texts dating from 1415 and 1450 which offer advice on the protocols and procedures of a good death and on how to die well, according to Christian precepts of the late Middle Ages. A 19th century version of an original 15th century manuscript illustration from the first xylographic edition of the Ars Moriendi. From The Arts of the Middle Ages and at the Period of the Renaissance, by Paul LaCroix (London, 1870)

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