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15th century Halifax Minster, England.

15th century Halifax Minster, England.

With its half-timbered cottages and a 15th-century church, Lavenham in Suffolk is one of the best-preserved medieval villages in Britain.

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With its half-timbered cottages and a church, Lavenham in Suffolk is one of the best-preserved medieval villages in Britain. My maternal grandfather came from there.

Chasuble, ca. 1330–1350  English  Silk and silver-gilt thread and colored silks in underside couching, split stitch, laid-and-couched work, and raised work, with pearls on velvet

Chasuble ca. 13301350 English Silk and silver-gilt thread and colored silks in underside couching split stitch laid-and-couched work and raised work with pearls on velvet

Wakefield Cathedral Yorkshire

Wakefield Cathedral churchyard - Metropolitan Borough of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. Burial site for Elizabeth Hamerton spouse to John Woodrove

York Minster, York. The largest medieval stained glass window!

Great West Window - York Minster, York - England - largest stained glass window in the world)

Raglan Castle, Wales- on a late medieval site the modern castle dates from between the 15th and early 17th-centuries, described as one of the "last formidable displays of medieval defensive architecture".

Raglan Castle, Wales- on a late medieval site the modern castle dates from between the and early described as one of the "last formidable displays of medieval defensive architecture".

Mediaeval Tunic with Hood

Bowman Tunic Surco Medieval Fantasy Costume - Simplicity 5840 for hood and yoke Simplicity 3519 for long shirt

Cleeve Abbey  Although the church was  destroyed by Henry VIII in the Dissolution of the Monasteries the buildings are still remarkably intact

Cleeve Abbey Although the church was destroyed by Henry VIII in the Dissolution of the Monasteries the buildings are still remarkably intact

Carvings covering the walls of the keep of Carlisle Castle (Cumbria, UK), thought to date from the end of the 15th century. Dr Mark Douglas, Properties Curator at English Heritage said: “Our latest research suggests that these intricate and beautiful carvings were more likely to have been made by soldiers [rather than prisoners] on duty at the end of the 15th century.

Carlisle Castle: The so-called ‘Prisoners’ Carvings’ can be dated to about 1480 because they include the boar badge of Richard III and the white rose of the house of York

The Irish

century Gaelic-Irish Warriors at the Irish National Heritage Park - Claíomh

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