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Charles The Great and His Wife, after the Earliest Portrait, c775, (1907)

Charles The Great and His Wife, after the Earliest Portrait, c775, (1907)


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Charles The Great and His Wife, after the Earliest Portrait, c775, (1907)

Charles The Great and His Wife, after the Earliest Portrait, c775, (1907). Charlemagne (c742-814) and his wife Hildegard (758-783), detail from an illuminated manuscript page. Original kept in the Abbey Library, St.Paul im Lavanttal, Austria. From The Worlds History, Volume VI. Edited by Dr. H. F. Helmolt [William Heinemann, London, 1907]

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Charles The Great and His Wife, after the Earliest Portrait, c775, (1907) This print showcases a remarkable detail from an illuminated manuscript page depicting Charlemagne (c742-814), also known as Charles The Great, and his wife Hildegard (758-783). Originally kept in the Abbey Library of St. Paul im Lavanttal, Austria, this historical artwork offers us a glimpse into the lives of these influential figures. Charlemagne was not only an emperor but also a monarch who ruled over France during the 8th century. This portrait captures him alongside his beloved wife Hildegard, showcasing their regal presence and profound connection. Their monochrome image is framed by elegant arches that add to its timeless allure. The black and white composition emphasizes their majestic stature while allowing us to appreciate intricate details such as their attire and expressions. It serves as a testament to the artistic skill of the illuminators who crafted this masterpiece. As we delve into history through this print, we are reminded of Charlemagne's significant role in shaping Europe during his reign. Known for his military conquests and intellectual pursuits, he left behind a lasting legacy that continues to inspire scholars today. This exquisite portrayal invites us to reflect on love within royal marriages and provides insight into medieval court life. With its rich historical context and artistic beauty, it serves as a window into an era long gone but still cherished.

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