Bagpipes in Medieval Manuscripts

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Marginal Detail from a Book of Hours made in Normandy, 3rd quarter of the 15th c. Bodleian Library, University of Oxford Ms. Canon. Liturg 283 fol. 122v

Feasting Illumination attributed to Robinet Testard from a late 15th century French copy of the book Romance of the Rose.

Venetian Miniaturist, The Riches of Job (ca. 1470-5)

Apollonio di Giovanni, Bucolicon (ca. 1460)

John the Good Founding the Order of the Star from the "Grandes Chroniques de France"
before 1380, French Manuscript

Queen Mary Psalter,
MS Royal 2.B.vii Fol. 112r From "the Rothschild Canticles"

Rothschild Canticles
Flanders or Rhineland, turn of 14th century

The Visitation Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry MS 65 Around 1411-16

Luttrell Psalter MS 42130
Made for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell of Irnham in Lincolnshire. Around 1320 fol. 176

Mocking of Christ France, probably Therouanne, c. 1320s
MS M.754, Fol.59v

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