SCA German Renaissance Research: Entertainment - Kites (c1405 - 16th cent)

Medieval kite, called a dragon or a comet ~ illustration called Knight Flying a Dragon as a Kite in Gottingen, Germany ~ perhaps based on stories of Marco Polo from his century visits to the Orient

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Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Medieval Art, Equine Art, Horse Art, Middle Ages, Alchemy, Tarot, Mythology

Konrad Kyeser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

'Rider with kite' in Konrad Kyeser's Bellifortis (Clm century. Personally I like to think of it as a demon windsock.

Description: 	Illustration of the swan of the constellation Cygnus, with text or scholia within the figure of the constellation.  Origin: 	France, N. (diocese of Reims)

Aratea, with extracts from Hyginus’s Astronomica in the constellation figures - Marcus Tullius Cicero, century - I SMELL A CYGNUS

Book of Hours, France 15th century (British Library, Harley 2952, fol. 21r)

George and the Baby Dragon. book of hours, France century (British Library, Harley fol.

Zoroaster | Das andere Buch (The Other Book), Clavis Artis, 1738 | Verginelli-Rota, Biblioteca Civica Hortis | Trieste, Italy

Picture of the manuscript Zoroaster Clavis Artis, MS. Verginelli-Rota, Library Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, vol.

Gallery Direct Canis Major Lepus Columba Noachi and Cela Sculptoris Gallery Wrapped Canvas

From Urania's Mirror: Canis Major, Lepus, Columba Noachi and Cela Sculptoris, 1825

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Thursday, November 2014 Demons From The Livre de la vigne nostre seigneur,

An asp, depicted with wings as it often is, blocks one ear with its tail to avoid hearing the the man. Bestiaire; Philippe de Thaon, England, c 1300.

An asp, depicted with wings as it often is, blocks one ear with its tail to avoid hearing the the man. Philippe de Thaon, England, c

Account of a journey from Venice to Palestine, Mount Sinai and Egypt. Origin: Germany, S. (Passau?). Venice. Date: c. 1467

Journey from Venice to Palestine, Mount Sinai and Egypt (ca. 1467)

Pin suggested by Mishi Bellamy - Account of a journey from Venice to Palestine, Mount Sinai and Egypt. Origin: Germany, S.

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