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Author: Sally Fox
ISBN: 0002159503
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (August 5, 1991)
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by Sally Fox


This book contains 31 perforated postcards that can be removed from the book and sent to relatives or friends. This is a delightful and insightful book of postcards, examining the work and lives of mediaeval women

This book contains 31 perforated postcards that can be removed from the book and sent to relatives or friends. This is a delightful and insightful book of postcards, examining the work and lives of mediaeval women. It demonstrates the sheer range of skills and achievements of women from early times; not the damsel in distress, more like wonder women of the mediaeval ages! An excellent gift for adults and children and all those interested in rewriting mediaeval history.

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This is a book with thirty enchanting postcards reproducing illuminations of Medieval women in jewel-like colors

This is a book with thirty enchanting postcards reproducing illuminations of Medieval women in jewel-like colors. This is a delightful book of cards to keep or to send.

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Find nearly any book by Sally Fox. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Medieval Woman: An Illuminated Calendar 2002. by Teresa Leslie, Sally Fox. ISBN 9780761122852 (978-0-7611-2285-2) Workman Publishing Company, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'The Medieval Woman: An Illuminated Calendar 2002'.

The Medieval Woman: Postcards by Sally Fox (Hardback, 1991). A book of illuminated postcards based on the Medieval Woman books. The author has selected favourite manuscript illuminations from earlier books, most dating from the 14th through the 16th centuries

The Medieval Woman: Postcards by Sally Fox (Hardback, 1991). Pre-owned: lowest price. The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a display model or store return that has been used. The author has selected favourite manuscript illuminations from earlier books, most dating from the 14th through the 16th centuries. The postcards are perforated and may be removed from the book.

While medieval women’s mystical visions differ widely across time, space and religious tradition, we also find striking points of commonality in the ways that devotees describe intimacy with the divine and pursue spiritual life.

Each page also includes an illustration of late nineteenth-century advertisement cards. This book is in very good condition. It is interesting to see the different types of advertising based on who they were advertising to. There are no tears, creases or markings. No foxing - very clean. Binding is tight - was not used.

Makeup & Face Painting. The most common medievil woman material is metal. All Jewelry & Beauty. The Medieval Woman: An Illuminated Book Of Days by Sally Fox-Little, Brown And Company 1985-Shipping Included. The most popular color? You guessed it: black.

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