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A collection of secular music from the High and Late Middle Ages (1000-1400). The mix features songs in vernacular from many different areas of Western Europe, as well as a few songs from the Byzantine and Islamic Empires.

De Fortune me doi Plaindre et Loer | Guillaume de Mauchaut (1300-1377)
Ach Owe, daz Nach Liebe Ergat | Meister Alexander (1247-1288)
Mîzân Qá'im Wa-nisf | from the Nuba Ushshaq, (13th c. Arabo-Andalusian Anon)
Worldes Blis ne Last no Throwe | English Anon. (ca.1265)
Bailemos Nós já Todas | Airas Nunes de Santiago (1230-1289) 
Adiu, Adiu Dous Dame | Francesco Landini (1325-1397)
Ey Dervişler | Yunnus Emre (1238-1320)
A Chantar M'er de So Qu'eu no Volria | Beatriz de Dia (1140-1212)
Ecco la Primavera | Francesco Landini (1325-1397)
Bache, Bene Venies | from the Carmina Burana, (11-13th c. Anon)
Cel que no Volh Auzir Chanssos | Raimon de Miraval (1165 - 1229)
The Nightingales of the East (Ta Aidónia tis Anatolís) | Byzantine Anon. (14th century)
Tant M’Abelis | Berenguer de Palou (1160-1209)
Willekomen si der Sumer Schoene | Brunwart von Augheim (1250-1300)
Esperance | Guillaume de Mauchaut (1300-1377)
Laude Novella | from the Laurdario di Cortona, (13th c. Italian Anon)

Photo: Illumination of a Christian and Muslim playing ouds,
from The Cantigas de Santa Maria (13th century Spain)


Archaeological Museum of Thebes:

Wall paintings from the palatial building of Orchomenos.

The formal space of the building was adorned with wall-paintings in much smaller scale than life-size. From the host of surviving fragments parts of friezes have been restored depicting subjects common in the art of the Late Bronze Age. 

On one side of the panel the ship with the oarsmen and the standing helmsman, the buildings and the groups of warriors, are possibly parts of a larger composition of a coastal city. On the other side of the panel there is a scene of hunting boar and deer, with the participants reaching the chase in a horse-drawn chariot. In all probability the group of warriors advancing on foot, spear in hand and wearing boar-tusk helmets, belong to the same composition. (13th century B.C)


September 3rd Boston Massachusetts - Sinclair 😥
😥 I couldn’t find a picture for this one but if you have one please send it to me ❤️

September 9th Philadelphia Pennsylvania -world café
✨ pooh bear inspired outfit , bottom right corner✨

September 10th Hamden Connecticut - college st. Music hall
✨couldn’t find a better picture 🙁 please send me one if you have one ( middle picture on the bottom row)✨

September 11th New York - highline ballroom
✨the red cage outfit , top left ✨

September 13th Washington, D.C. - U street music hall
✨the orange dress and yellow jacket ( bottom left )✨

September 14th Cleveland Ohio - house of blues - Cambridge
✨also wore the orange dress with the yellow jacket ✨

September 15th Pittsburg Pennsylvania - stage AE
✨the candy white dress and bunny ears ( top right) ✨

Listen to the Playmoss playlist: The Troubadour’s Songbook by avvoltoio

“A collection of secular music from the High and Late Middle Ages (1000-1400). The mix features songs in vernacular from many different areas of Western Europe, as well as a few songs from the Byzantine and Islamic Empires.”

GUILLAUME DE MACHAUT - De Fortune Me Doi Plaindre Et Loer
Ciarlatani, I - Ach owe, daz nach liebe ergat
Arabo - andalusian 13th c. : Nuba Ushshak - mîzân qá'im wa-nisf
England - Anon. 1265 : Worldes blis ne last no throwe
Kitka - Bailemos nos ja todas
Francesco Landini (c.1325 - 1397): Adiu, adiu dous dame
Ey Dervişler - Hüseyni ilâhi - Yunnus Emre (Ilâhileri), Turkey, 13th c
Beatriz de Dia - A chantar m'er de so q
Waverly Consort - Ecco La Primavera
Carmina Burana (Anon.11 - 13th c.) - CB 200: Bache, bene venies
Miraval (1165 - 1229): Cel que no volh auzir chanssos
Christodoulos Halaris - The Nightingales of the East
Els Trobadors - Tant M'Abelis
Brunwart von Augheim, 13th c. - Willekomen si der sumer schoene
Akira Tachikawa - Esperance
Laude novella - Laudario di Cortona, Italy, 13th c


Archaeological Museum of Thebes:

Women holding flowers from a large composition found at the Palace of Thebes (14th/13th century B.C)

@13th-member started following slumturk

“Yo mister cranky and grumps, ya ain’t drunk again are ya? It’s cute an’ all, but I never got to give ya y’r present last time.” The fox hybrid called out as he shoved his way into the vampire’s home without any care. He probably should be more wary, but he was never one to stray away from danger despite his strong self-preservation skills.

“Are ya sleepin’ or just ignorin’ me? It’s kinda rude if it’s the latter yo.”

Mobile Mail From Maiyan 2015-10-02





Maiyan’s Mobame Translation


Even though the recording has been challenging, it’s feels like something new that Nogizaka doesn’t have till now(☆∀☆)

Looks to be it will get the mood lively if done live~~~

Assyrian Jewelry Chain (Grave Goods), from Ashur, Middle Assyrian Period, c. 14th-13th Century BC

Currently located in the Vorderasiatisches Museum, Berlin.

The ancient site of Ashur, dating to the 3rd millennium BC, is located on the Tigris River in northern Mesopotamia. It was the first capital of the Assyrian Empire and remained so from the 14th to the 9th century BC until the reign of the Neo-Assyrian king Ashurnasirpal II (883-859 BC), who moved the capital to Kalhu (modern Nimrud). The city survived the fall of the Assyrian empire in the 7th century BC, and it flourished again in the Hellenistic and Parthian periods until the 2nd century AD.

Ashur also served as the religious capital of the Assyrians, named after Ashur, the head of the Assyrian pantheon in Mesopotamian religion. He was the Mesopotamian equivalent of the Babylonian god Marduk.

A map & more about Ashur…


Archaeological Museum of Thebes:

Wall-painting fragments from the mycenaean period, depicting a waterfowl (Thebes, 14th-13th century B.C), and a hound  behind a charriot from the hunting scene of Orchomenos, 13th century B.C


All You Had To Do Was MEOW

We finally are done with our costumes three days before the tour! We are so excited to see you and Shawn Mendes!!! We are dressing up as cats. This is my second time seeing you and Mary’s first time. We are going to the July 13th Washington, D.C. Night one concert!

We will be siting in Section 116 Row PP Seats 7-10 please look out for us! If you see us come say hi! taylorswift
Jazlynn and Mary

Ps could you guys please reblog this I will return the favor and tag Taylor! thanks!


From “Immortal Egypt”
Mural Paintings in Tomb of Peshedu, Deir el-Medina, #Egypt. Peshedu was a ‘Servant In the Place of Truth’, during the Ramesside Period. His tomb, which is situated high on the hillside above the village, commands spectacular views from its entrance. It has only in recent years been opened to the public after restoration.
Reign of Seti I-Rameses II. 13th c. BCE