Posts Tagged ‘Library’

Rapiers and Elizabethan Streetfighting

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

Armor expert Jeffrey Forgeng describes the relationship between street fighting and stage fighting in Romeo and Juliet. To learn more, visit the exhibition website at www.folger.edu/armor.

Knights at the Library Part 5

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

The Knights of Veritas www.knightsofveritas.org Summer 2007 An interactive educational demonstration of medieval and renaissance arms, armour, combat, and knighthood at the library. Part 5 of 5 – short vid’s with some wind interference I’m a newbie with a camera and with this YouTube thing. Go easy on me.

Knights at the Library Part 4

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

The Knights of Veritas www.knightsofveritas.org Summer 2007 An interactive educational demonstration of medieval and renaissance arms, armour, combat, and knighthood at the library. Part 4 of 5 – short vid’s with some wind interference I’m a newbie with a camera and with this YouTube thing. Go easy on me.

Book on Music (I Tatti Renaissance Library) (Hardcover)

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Between 1485 and 1492 Cardinal Ascanio Sforza was the recipient of a music treatise composed for him by “Florentius Musicus” (Florentius de Faxolis), who had served him in Naples and Rome. Now in Milan, the richly illuminated small parchment codex bears witness to the musical interests of the cardinal, himself an avid singer taught by […]

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