The images range from quirky marginal drawings, full pages from French illuminated manuscripts, maps of France, UK, Ireland and the World, and more! It’s a great example of a university democratising its resources. I’ve added a selection on this page – the link to the site itself is at the end of this page.
Above: a late 13th Century depiction of Janus or January ~ quite appropriate, I think, for a blog this month.
Below: late 15th Century depiction of Avarice, with the Pope, a Bishop, a Cardinal, monks and a prince/king all receiving just punishment after death.
Below: late 15th Century image.
To view some 6,000 French images and over 7,000 English ones just click here ~ happy surfing all, Jim.