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Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

Decameron IX, 10 Livre appelé Decameron, c. 1401-1500, Français 239, f. 264v, Bibliothèque nationale de France. https://ello.co/marginaliams/post/esavxI8_mRm-K4waF5NjHg

Discovered in 2002, The Trossingen Lyre is the most complete Germanic type lyre found so far, the whole structure survived along with bridge and pegs.

Discovered in The Trossingen Lyre is the most complete Germanic type lyre found so far, the whole structure survived along with bridge and pegs.

Trossingen grave 58 Front of the Trossinger lyre (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner)

Trossingen grave 58 Front of the Trossinger lyre (Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Manuela Schreiner) The Trossinger lyre is a stringed lyre from an Alemannic grave nobility of the Century from the "Music City" Trossingen in Tuttlingen.

16 Free Musical Instrument Plans: Strings, Wind and Percussion |

16 Free Musical Instrument Plans: Strings, Wind and Percussion

Essai sur le tracé géométrique d'une représentation de citole ...

Angel with a citole, from the tabernacle century image) preserved in the Romanesque abbey of Saint- Savin (Hautes-Pyrénées department/district), France.