The Art of Illuminating As Practised in Europe from the Earliest Times (page 5/13)

[picture: Plate 43.---XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Top row of letters from XIV. Century  No. 1]

Top row of letters from XIV. Century No. 1

See XIV. Century No. 1 for the full alphabet, miniscule and majiscule (capitals and small letters). Actually it’s not a full alphabet by modern standards. [more...] [$]

[picture: Top row of miniscule (lower-case) blackletter from XIV. Century  No. 1.]

Top row of miniscule (lower-case) blackletter from XIV. Century No. 1.

See XIV. Century No. 1 for the full alphabet, miniscule and majiscule (capitals and small letters). Actually it’s not a full alphabet by modern standards. [more...] [$]

[picture: G to M from XIV. Century  No. 1.]

G to M from XIV. Century No. 1.

See XIV. Century No. 1 for the full alphabet, miniscule and majiscule (capitals and small letters). Actually it’s not a full alphabet by modern standards. [more...] [$]

[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter A from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter B from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter C from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter D from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter E from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter F from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter G from XIV. Century  No. 1]
[picture: Clip-art: calligraphic decorative initial capital letter H from XIV. Century  No. 1]

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