Circa 14th Century Pictures, Images and Stock Photos

Browse 21,300+ circa 14th century stock photos and images available, or search for medieval or manuscript to find more great stock photos and pictures.

Most popular

Renaissance costumes (15th and 16th century): 1 -2) Florentine nobleman and noblewoman (15th century); 3) Joanna of Flanders (1341); 4) Burgundian noblewoman (15th century); 5) French nobleman (1410); 6 - 7) German citizens (1480); 8) Nuremberg citizen (1500); 9) Nuremberg woman, going to the dance (1500); 10) Lansquenet (1530); 11) Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France (1545); 12) John of Austria (1547 - 1578); 13) Venetian noblewoman (after Titian's "La Bella", 1536). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

Vintage engraving of Anne dauphin of Auvergne, countess of Forez, and the lady of Nedouchel 1370-80. Jacqueline de lagrange wife of Jean de Montague, gd. Master of France 1409.. Anne dauphin d'Auvergne, comtesse du Forez, et la dame de Nedouchel 1370-80. Jacqueline de lagrange femme de Jean de Montague, gd. Maitre de France 1409.. Iconographie generale et methodique du Costume, Raphael JACQUEMIN

Antique and medieval costumes: 1) Egyptian king (pharaoh); 2) Egyptian queen; 3) Assyrian (1400 BC); 4) Greek man in the Himation; 5) Greek woman from Tanagra; 6) Roman official in the Toga praetexta; 7) Roman woman; 8) Byzantine emperor ornat (10th century); 9 Byzantine empress; 10) Franconian nobleman (9th century); 11) French knight (13th century); 12) Knight (13th century); 13) Knight and queen (14th century); 14) Flemish woman (15th century). Chromolithograph, published in 1897.

Vintage Biblical illustration depicts the Tenth Plague of Egypt, death to the firstborn son, the final calamity inflicted by God upon Egypt in order to force Pharaoh to allow the Israelites to depart from slavery.

Rhodes Island, Greece, a symbol of Rhodes, the main entrance of the famous Knights Grand Master Palace (also known as Castello) in the Medieval town of rhodes, a must-visit museum of Rhodes. This is the best of what the Knights of Saint John order has left in Rhodes Island in medieval times (Built in the 14th Century, rebuilded by Italians between 1937-1940). Has been used as a holiday residence by King Emmanuel III and Benito Mussolini. Nikon D2X, Tokina 12-24 @ 13mm

Fight scene from the Battle of Mühldorf (also Battle of Ampfing) on September 28, 1322. Miniature from the magnificent manuscript of William of Oranje. The pictures of this knightly epic include the most authentic and most beautiful works of medieval miniature painting and give clothes, weapons, etc. a true picture of this time. Published in 1334 by order of Henry II, Landgrave of Hesse (1302 – 1376), preserved in the Hesse State Library of Kassel (Germany). Replica (lithograph) from an old manuscript, published in 1880.

The Battle of Mühldorf (also Battle of Ampfing ) was fought near Mühldorf am Inn on September 28, 1322 between the Duchy of ( Upper ) Bavaria and Austria. The Bavarians were led by the German king Louis of Wittelsbach, while the Austrians were under the command of his cousin, the anti-king Frederick of Habsburg. Original edition from my own archives Source : Weltgeschichte 1887

"The 14th century Doune Castle near Stirling, Scotland, seen through trees.Doune Castle is perhaps most famous as the location for several scenes in Monty Python and the Holy Grail."

Annecy, France - April 26, 2010: The Palais de L'Isle sits in the middle of the Canal du Thiou connecting with the Lake of Annecy. Annecy is located 35 km south of Geneva, and at one time was part of Geneva's administrative region. The Palais dates from the 14th century, and has been a residence, courthouse, mint, prison and museum over the centuries. It has also been part of the administration of Haute Savoie. Today it hosts exhibits on local architecture and history. In the evening, it's lighting casts reflections in the water of the canal flowing around it.

The 15 strophes of Der von Kürenberg's lyrics in the Codex Manesse. Der von Kürenberg (mid-12th century) was a Middle High German poet and one of the earliest Minnesänger (minstrel). Right side: translation into the High German language. Facsimile after an original manuscript from the Große Heidelberger Liederhandschrift (or Codex Manesse, 14th century) in the Heidelberg University Library, published in 1897.

The Prioress, a character in "The Canterbury Tales", a collection of stories written by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of the 14th century and 'told' by a group of pilgrims on their way to the shrine of St Thomas à Becket at Canterbury Cathedral, Kent. This series of illustrations is from "Chaucer's Canterbury Tales", edited by John Saunders, publ. J.M. Dent & Co, 1889, and are based on those in the Ellesmere Manuscript. (Now in the public domain.)

of 100

© 2023 iStockphoto LP. The iStock design is a trademark of iStockphoto LP. Browse millions of high-quality stock photos, illustrations, and videos.