Collection: BC MS: Medieval Manuscripts (Brotherton Collection)

Archive Piece icon Archive Piece: Charlemagne (image 29)

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Title: Charlemagne (image 29)

Other titles: B√Ętarde

Level: Piece 

Classmark: BC MS 100/29

Date: [ca. 1461-1483]

Main language: French

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/372777 

Collection group(s): Medieval Manuscripts

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Description

The roundel depicts Charlemagne enthroned, holding a sword and wearing a papal triple tiara (51).

Context: History of the world: European history; Crusades

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Charlemagne (image 29)
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