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    Default Re: The Pila, an Islamic Ablution Basin, early to mid 11th century, Spain

    Hi, any ideas regarding the identity of these two figures' helmets/headwear?

    Valenciennes Apocalypse, MS 99 (9th-10th cent.): http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv.../f33.item.zoom (the horseman on the right)
    Paris Apocalypse, MS NAL 1132 (late 9th - 10th cent.):http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv.../f26.item.zoom (again, the horseman on the right)

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    Default 4th horseman of the Apocalypse

    Quote Originally Posted by GaiusGalerius View Post
    Hi, any ideas regarding the identity of these two figures' helmets/headwear?

    Valenciennes Apocalypse, MS 99 (9th-10th cent.): http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv.../f33.item.zoom (the horseman on the right)
    Paris Apocalypse, MS NAL 1132 (late 9th - 10th cent.):http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv.../f26.item.zoom (again, the horseman on the right)
    Valenciennes Apocalypse is thought to be by an artist of Spanish origin

    The 4th horseman of the Apocalypse in the Paris Apocalypse, MS NAL 1132 wears a costume similar to Mozarabic style e.g. see The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The Valcavado Beatus Codex, Spain, 970AD, Valladolid, Biblioteca de la Universidad, MS 433

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    Spanish Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers

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