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date: 23 October 2019

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

(p. xi) List of Illustrations

  • 17.1 Jesus with Mary and Martha (c.1410–1412), Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag, Museum Meermanno Westreenianum, 10 A 12, fol. 191r. 264

  • 17.2 Bishop enclosing an anchoress (early fi ft eenth century), Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Parker Library MS CCC79 fol. 96r. Th anks to the Master and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, for permission to reprint. 273

  • 17.3 Mary of Burgundy at prayer in a Flemish book of hours (c.1475), Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria, Cod 1857, fol. 14v. 275

  • 22.1 An all-female scene of active labor, together with the fetus-in-utero images from Muscio’s Gynecology. Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud misc. 724, c.1400 (London), f. 97r. Reproduced by permission. 347

  • 22.2 The birth of Caesar, showing a male who has performed the surgical procedure and female attendants attending to the child. Jean du Chesne, Commentaires de César (a translation of Julius Caesar, De bello gallico), Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Douce 208, aft er 1473 (Bruges), f. 1r. Reproduced by permission. 351

  • 24.1 Tombstone of Sir William Neville and Sir John Clanvowe, detail, late 14th c., formerly Galata, Istanbul Archeology Museums. Photo: Robert Ousterhout. 383

  • 24.2 Memorial brass for Elizabeth Etchingham and Agnes Oxenbridge, c.1480, Etchingham (England). Photo: Judith Bennett. 383

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