Tegelroundel in gebruik als middeleeuwse vuurplaats in het Archeon met Marjolijn van Doorn.
Encaustic / slipware tile from the medieval abbey at Chertsey, Surrey. From a series retelling the Tristan and Isolde legend, including this one, in which Isolde signals from a boat to Tristan, who is in disguise.
These fragments of a tile were once part of a highly decorated floor at Chertsey Abbey, Surrey. Pavements of decorated ceramic tiles were a medieval innovation. They were used to add richness and splendour to great churches initially but they were subsequently used in secular contexts, including castles and royal residences. The pattern on this example has been created by inlaying white decoration into the surface of the tile.
Tring Tile - n the left, a boy falls dead while playing by the River Jordan with Jesus. On the right, Jesus receives a telling off from the Virgin Mary, and raises the boy back to life with his foot.
Geburt Mariens Kunstwerk: Temperamalerei-Holz ; Einrichtung sakral ; Flügelaltar ; Oberösterreich , Salzburg Dokumentation: 1475 ; 1485 ; Kirchdorf an der Krems ; Österreich ; Oberösterreich ; Pfarrkirche Anmerkungen: Kirchdorf an der Krems
ENRIQUE SAN ANTONIO - artesano
Excavations at Boxley Abbey, in Maidstone Museum, Kent
Een middeleeuwse rage: de slibversierde tegel - NRC
Danbury medieval tiles in the Chelmsford & Essex Museum