Spinning in 12th Century Art

Spinning in 12th century art.

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Fig. 5. North side of the Tournali Font, East Meon Church, Hampshire, c.1130-40. © Gordon Plumb and reproduced with permission.
Fig. 5. North side of the Tournali Font, East Meon Church, Hampshire, c.1130-40.
Image result for 1180  Fécamp Psalter c. 1180 Manuscript (76 F 13) Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague
Fécamp Psalter c. 1180 Manuscript (76 F 13) Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague
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Adam and Eve labouring, Normée (Marne), c. 1175.

 

Paris St Geneviève, ms 0008, origine : Troyes, abbaye de St-Loup ?, 1185 - 1195Paris-StGenevieve-ms0008-007v-12-detail:
 1185 – 1195  Paris St Geneviève, ms 0008, origine :
Troyes, abbaye de St-Loup ?

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