Images, alphabetical by letter L

Total of 10 image(s)

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Lancelot and Damsel at table

Lancelot and a young lady appear to be observing knights on parade or in combat while they share a meal.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot and Guinevere's first kiss

Lancelot putting the moves on Guinevere.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot and the Magic chessboard

Lancelot and a magic chessboard.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot braves terror of Monastery

Three images. The first depicts Lancelot entering a monastery. The second shows him attacked by three swords wielded by an unseen enemy. The third shows him kneeling in prayer after surviving the ordeal.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot defeats Brandus

Lancelot du Lac defeats Brandus in single combat.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot lifts Galahad's tombstone

Lancelot here shown lifting the lid to the tomb of Sir Galahad. Galahad is seen inside with the lid partially removed.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot meets damsel and Monks

Lancelot meets a damsel and several monks on his travels.

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Dates from: XIVin

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Lancelot rescues Guinevere

Lancelot frees Guinevere from Meleagant.

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Dates from: XIV

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Lyre Fragments from Sutton Hoo

A detailed look at two ornaments from the lyre at Sutton Hoo. These fragments decorating the top of the lyre are all that remained, and from these fragments the lyre was reconstructed. These luxurious fragments are decorated with garnet and a swirling relief pattern.

Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England
Dates from: VIIin

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Lyre Replica from Sutton Hoo

A replica of the lyre from Sutton Hoo. The clasps seen at the top of the reconstruction are the one extant fragment from the original lyre - the wood and strings would long have rotted away. This lyre is just one example of the expensive household goods found buried with the owner.

Provenance: Sutton Hoo, England
Dates from: VIIin