Pagina in manuscript met scenes uit het leven van Franciscus, ca. 1320–42. Gemaakt in Bologna voor gebruik in Hongarije.
Folio 37r - the magpie, continued. De corvo; the raven
Aberdeen Bestiary (1151- 1500) at the University of Aberdeen, website: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/bestiary/ Four elegant magpies sit in a tree. The significance of the hunter attempting to shoot them, not mentioned in the text, is not known. The same image is used in Ashmole and Oxford, Bod. MS Douce 151. This image refers to the text on f36v.
Gospel Lectionary, Ornamented headpiece and initial letter "E," with the Resurrection of Christ, and the St. John the Baptist Preaching (John 1:6-9), Walters Manuscript W.535, fol. 9r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr
Legend and Life of Francis of Assisi (with Miracles) Italy (Florence) 1504 British Library Miniature of Francis of Assisi appearing to his biographer, Bonaventure, and Thomas Aquinas entering the cell, folllowed by a Dominican and a Franciscan. Coat of arms of Giovanni Francesco di Malatesta. The Franciscan saints in the four corners of the border are (clockwise): Anthony of Padua, Louis of Toulouse, Bernardino of Siena and Clare. Attribution: Attributed to Stefano Lunetti
Giovannino de’ Grassi, La Natività della vergine, miniatura dell’Offiziolo Visconti, ante 1395 (Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale)
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