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Title: The Queen of Sheba before Solomon (costume of 15th century).
Image ID: 810703
Image ID 810703
Physical Description: 1 print : col. ; 25 x 17 cm. (9 3/4 x 6 1/2 in.)
Material Type: Prints
Subjects: Clothing & Dress -- 1400-1499
Book Illustrations
Biblical Events
Sheba, Queen Of.
Solomon, King Of Israel
Men -- Clothing & Dress -- Flanders -- 1400-1499
Women -- Clothing & Dress -- Flanders -- 1400-1499
Notes: Printed on border: "Fac-simile of a miniature from the Breviary of the cardinal Grimani, attributed to Memling. Bibl. of S. Marc, Venice. (From a copy belonging to M. Ambroise Firmin-Didot)." "The King inclines his sceptre towards the Queen indicating his appreciation of her person and her gifts; five ladies attend the Queen and five of the King's courtiers stand on his right hand." Written on border: "Flemish." Additional text in Latin printed on border. Abrasion on image.
Date Published: [187-?]
Barcode Number: 33333159187059
Struc ID: 597275
Source: Manners, customs, and dress during the Middle Ages, and during the Renaissance period.   View All images from Source
In Folder: Costume -- 1400s   View All images from Folder

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