Spinning in 14th Century Art

Spinning in 14th cetury art

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Solomon and the virtuous woman, Franciscan missal (Douce 313, fol. 291v), middle of the 14th century. Bodleian Library.:
Solomon and the virtuous woman, Franciscan missal (Douce 313, fol. 291v), middle of the 14th century. Bodleian Library.

Rudolf / Jansen Enikel, Jans: Weltchronik in Versen - Mischhandschrift aus Christ-herre-Chronik um 1370 Cgm 5 Folio 17v:

https://flic.kr/p/ANUCrW | Medieval glass, St Michael's church, Halam, Notts. | This window is located on the north side of the chancel, and consists of glass dating from the 14th century. The left light shows Saint Christopher at the top with the Christ Child on his shoulder. Eve is depicted below and sits on a stool spinning with a distaff and shuttle. The right-hand light has, at the top, St Blaise with a Crozier. The right-hand is lost. At his feet is a pig, probably related to the legen...:
St Michael’s church, Halam, Notts.

Medieval Spinning, SCA Spinning, Medieval drop spindle, Medieval drop-spindle,

Stowe MS 17 1st quarter of the 14th century, Book of Hours, Use of Maastricht ('The Maastricht Hours') Folio 64v
Stowe MS 17 1st quarter of the 14th century, Book of Hours, Use of Maastricht (‘The Maastricht Hours’) Folio 64v

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I re-enact Florence in the year 1480.

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