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Loyola University Medieval Studies Center Internship: The Last Bits on Medieval Gardens

Loyola University Medieval Studies Center Internship: The Last Bits on Medieval Gardens

It's About Time: Strolling in the Garden - Hieronymus Francken I (c 1540-1610)

It's About Time: Strolling in the Garden - Hieronymus Francken I (c 1540-1610)

Medieval illustration the grass is NOT always greener on the other side of the fence

Medieval illustration the grass is NOT always greener on the other side of the fence

More of the harvest; the sheep are being shorn and the hay is being reaped. The chateau behind them is that which formerly stood on the Clain at Poitiers.

Le Tres riches heures du Duc de Berry - July

More of the harvest; the sheep are being shorn and the hay is being reaped. The chateau behind them is that which formerly stood on the Clain at Poitiers.

March. Leaves Apparantly from a Calendar, recto. Illuminated by Simon Bening. Bruges, probably late 1540s or early 1550s. Collection: London, the British Library

March. Leaves Apparantly from a Calendar, recto. Illuminated by Simon Bening. Bruges, probably late 1540s or early 1550s. Collection: London, the British Library

Medieval walled garden combining a grassy and shaded pleasure area with an herb garden, illumination from a 15th-century French manuscript of the Roman de la rose (“Romance of the Rose”); in the British Museum.

Medieval walled garden combining a grassy and shaded pleasure area with an herb garden, illumination from a 15th-century French manuscript of the Roman de la rose (“Romance of the Rose”); in the British Museum.

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