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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Charlemagne


Twelfth century stained glass windows adorn one section of Chartres Cathedral in France. These are scenes from the life of Charlemagne (Carolus in Latin). The 12th century glass is mostly blue and red with accents of green and yellow. Check out Charlemagne's chain mail as he rides into battle in the upper left scene.








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