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It's here: http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/MSS/Ee.3.59/
Not really too connected to WH, but since it's images of pages from a 12th Century manuscript, it might be good for source for banners, scenery fluff, etc.
It's a shame the interface isn't a bit better.
Last edited by illovich; August 16th, 2005 at 15:49. Reason: added sample image
Awesome. I'm preparing some fluff for a tournament and the look of this manuscript has given me a presentation idea, cheers.
Only a few prefer liberty - the majority seek nothing more than fair masters
Say! Lets search for some medieval / renaissance material on France, since we ought to find some atrwork depicting fleur-de-lis.
"The sword that takes life gives life."
It's actually a tough search, because the fleur de lys is such a common symbol on the web (which is nice on one hand) but not in a historical context. In other words, a google search for fleur de lys gets you a lot of images of the symbol, but not so much historical fluff.
I've been trying an alternate route of searching for images around it's history and such, but that's been slower going. I haven't found anything that I was like- HEY! THAT'S IT!
Well, except for the complete text of the Malleus Maleficarum. That was cool to find, which is apparent from my sig
Now a surgeon cuts off rotten limbs; and mangy sheep are isolated from the healthy; but a prudent Judge will not consider it safe to bind himself down to one invariable rule in his method of dealing with a prisoner who is endowed with a witch's power of taciturnity, and whose silence he is unable to overcome. For if the sons of darkness were to become accustomed to one general rule they would provide means of evading it as a well-known snare set for their destruction. - Malleus Maleficarum , part III.