MEDIEVAL ART: THE BOOK OF HOURS

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  • Wonderful slide!! Thanks for sharing. Kisses
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  • Hola Benja,
    Desde siempre me han fascinado los 'libros de horas', en ellos se ven costumbres,ropajes, edificios tal como eran en ese entonces.
    Suelo pasar horas en los museos con 1 lupa admirandolos!!
    Te felicito por este fantastico trabajo, si puedes loe pones traba y me lo envias, seria un buen regalo de Navidad!
    Saludos
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  • good work...
    Life Coaching
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MEDIEVAL ART: THE BOOK OF HOURS

  1. 2. LES TRÈS RICHES HEURES DU DUC DE BERRY
  2. 4. The “Tres Riches Heures” of the Duke of Berry is the classic example of a medieval book of hours. This was a collection of the text for each liturgical hour of the day - hence the name – which often included other, supplementary, texts. Calendars, prayers, psalms and masses for certain holy days were commonly included. The pictures are from the calendar section of the Très Riches Heures. This was painted some time between 1412 and 1416 and is arguably the most beautiful part of the manuscript; it is certainly the best known, being one of the great art treasures of France .
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