Musician detail from Prayerbook of Jeanne d'Evreux, c.1325. Illumination by Jean Pucelle. New York, Metropolitan Museum, The Cloisters, 54.1.2 (Faksimile Verlag)

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Musician detail, Prayerbook of Jeanne d'Evreux, Jean Pucelle, c.1325. New York, Metropolitan Museum, The Cloisters, 54.1.2 (Faksimile Verlag)