Bernhard Nast (иллюстрации к сказкам Андерсена)
Mrchen von Hans Christian Andersen, Der Kinderbuchverlag Berlin, 1972 сканер, конечно, подмял края страниц. Но от этого не менее прекрасно, так ведь?
Seraph, from a 14th C. marble sarcophagus
Seraphim are celestial beings of the first hierachy of Angels, with six wings and fiery-red in appearance. This hierachy surrounded God in perpetual adoration. An inscription on the sarcophagus names Chiara Ubaldini, a 14th C. Florentine nun. Marble, detail of a Florentine sarcophagus c.1325. The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O108813/sarcophagus-front-part...
Daniel and the angel
Beatus de Liebana; 'Silos Apocalypse', Northern Spain, c.1100 London British Library - Add. MS 11695, fol-245v Jerome, Commentary on Daniel (fol-220r - 266r) Beatus Add MS 11695 fol-245v Source: www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_11695_f220r
Daniel in the lion's den
The inscription reads: Lacus leonum ubi Daniel missus fuit Habaccuc portans illi prandium Beatus de Liebana; 'Silos Apocalypse', Northern Spain, c.1100 London British Library - Add. MS 11695, Jerome, Commentary on Daniel (fol-220r - 266r) Beatus Add MS 11695 fol-239r Source: www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=add_ms_11695_f220r
Rewilding witchcraft | Scarlet Imprint
A talk given by Peter Grey at the Pagan Federation South Central conference on Saturday 7th June, 2014: "How tame we have become. How polite about our witchcraft. In our desire to harm none we have become harmless..."
Beatus of Liébana
In a monastery in the mountains of northern Spain, 700 years after the Book of Revelations was written, a monk set down to illustrate a collection of writings he had compiled about this most vivid and apocalyptic of the New Testament books. Throughout the next few centuries his depictions of multi-headed beasts, decapitated sinners, and trumpet blowing angels, would be copied over and over again in various versions of the manuscript. John Williams, author of *The Illustrated Beatus…
Precious Outrageous Sublime
From the Manuscripts blog post ‘Updated list of digitised manuscripts’. Image: Diagram of a cherubim, based on Alanus ab Insula (Alain of Lille)’s De sex alia cherubim, from the De Lisle Psalter,...
Treasure hunter uncovers one of the most significant Viking hoards ever found in Scotland
An amateur treasure hunter equipped with a metal detector has unearthed a massive hoard of Viking artifacts in Dumfries and Galloway, in what has been described as one of the most significant archaeological finds in Scottish history.