There have been multiple accounts created with the sole purpose of posting advertisement posts or replies containing unsolicited advertising.

Accounts which solely post advertisements, or persistently post them may be terminated.

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

You'll never get me!

Ms: BNF, Français 9342, f. 203r (15th c.). @medievodons

bibliolater , to medievodons
@bibliolater@qoto.org avatar

"Have you ever wondered why the extra day of the leap year falls on February 29, an odd date in the middle of the year, and not at the end of the year on December 32? There is a simple answer, and a slightly more complex one." https://theconversation.com/the-leap-year-is-february-29-not-december-32-due-to-a-roman-calendar-quirk-and-fastidious-medieval-monks-224433 @histodon @histodons @medievodons

knavalesi , to histodons
@knavalesi@mastodon.social avatar
ClaireFromClare ,
@ClaireFromClare@h-net.social avatar

@knavalesi The Roman find is interesting! & thanks for drawing my attention to the medieval shipyard & the excavations of recent decades:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/kent/smallhythe-place/the-port-community-of-smallhythe-place

@histodons @medievodons

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Sneaky.

Ms: BL, Additional 62925, f. 60r (13th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Cat Uber.

Ms: Bodleian Library, Ms. Douce 62, f. 129r (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Cat in the tree.

Ms: Getty, Ms. 27 (87.MR.34), f. 97r (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Weird audience.

Ms: Bodleian Library MS. Laud Misc. 302, f. 215r (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1496 died Eberhard 'im Bart' (the Bearded), first duke of Württemberg and Teck. He was buried in the collegiate church in Tübingen. @medievodons

Pic: Wikipedia Commons

aaronm , to medievodons
@aaronm@mastodon.cc avatar
dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Ruler of the roofs.

Ms: Bodleian Library, MS. Liturg. 58, f. 116v (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1445 died Nicolaus de Tudeschis, Archbishop of Palermo. He was buried in the cathedral of Palermo. @medievodons

Pic.: Wikipedia Commons

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Rope climbing.

Ms: The Hague, KB, 72 A 24, fol. 313v (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1216 Geoffrey FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 2nd Earl of Essex, died in a torunament. In his Historia Anglorum, Matthew Paris highlighted the death with an inverted coat of arms - and a broken lance. @medievodons

Ms: BL Royal MS 14 C VII f. 97r.

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Cat’n’mouse.

Ms: BL, Harley 3244, f. 49v (13th c.). @medievodons

litteracarolina , to medievodons
@litteracarolina@mastodon.online avatar

Doing on a sixteenth-century wax tablet today! Excited to see if we can finally make the text legible.

@histodons @medievodons @historikerinnen

litteracarolina , to medievodons
@litteracarolina@mastodon.online avatar

I'm buying an endoscopic camera for looking inside . Can anyone recommend one they've used before?

@medievodons @bookstodon @histodons @historikerinnen

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

With one bite.

Ms: Bodleian Library MS. Laud Misc. 302, f. 210r (15th c.). @medievodons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1371 died Gottfried IV, count of Cuyk-Arnsberg. The first picture shows his tomb in Cologne Cathedral. The second picture shows a copy in the St.-Johannes-Kirche Arnsberg-Neheim but offers a better view. @medievodons

Pics: Wikipedia Commons

The picture shows a scaffolded recumbent figure

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

Eyes on the prize!

Ms: The Hague, MMW, 10 B 25, f. 24v (15th c.).. @medievodons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

The Wheel of Fortuna: 1194 Tancred, King of Sicily, died. He was defeated by Emperor Henry VI in the battle for Sicily. This depiction therefore shows Tancred below and Henry on top of the wheel. @medievodons

Ms: Bern, Burgerbibl., Cod 120 II, fol. 146r.

dailymedievalcats , to medievodons German
@dailymedievalcats@troet.cafe avatar

A white dot in the green.

Ms: Bodleian Library, MS. Canon. Liturg. 92, f. 103r (15th c.). @medievodons

aaronm , to medievodons
@aaronm@mastodon.cc avatar
dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1389 died Margarete of Ravensberg-Berg. She was buried next to her husband Gerhard I of Jülich-Berg in Altenberg Cathedral. @medievodons

Pic.: Wikipedia Commons

dailymedievaldeath , to medievodons German
@dailymedievaldeath@troet.cafe avatar

1455 the Italian painter Fra Angelico died. He was beatified in 1982. His tomb is found in the church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva in Rome. @medievodons

Pic.: Wikipedia Commons

  • All
  • Subscribed
  • Moderated
  • Favorites
  • random
  • lifeLocal
  • goranko
  • All magazines