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illustratus · 2 days
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The Rescue - the Knight and the Maiden
by Ettore Tito
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weirdlookindog · 24 hours
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"The Sire de Roche-Pozay, having fallen violently in love with her, had on the morrow discomfited in single combat the Sire d’Amboise"
Gustave Doré (1832-1883) - The Succubus, 1855
Illustration from Honoré de Balzac's "Les Cent Contes drolatiques/Droll Stories"
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the-only-highlander · 4 months
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i figured yall would appreciate this photo
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original instagram post from vinnikolaus
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dat-soldier · 3 months
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hello kitty
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the-punforgiven · 2 months
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Rolling up to the knight's guild in a chainmail brayette and low-cut mail chausses watching my fellow knights visibly fluster under their helmets as their gaze follows up to my maille voider scandalously worn without a breastplate
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prinnay · 8 months
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Vorpal Blade + Lucid Blade
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beidak-art · 2 months
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they were confreres in christ
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steampoweredwerehog · 2 months
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It’s time for Knight Posting
When mages keep creating homuncului out of dead knights, they’re eventually gonna become their own whole species, & someone’s gotta take care of ‘em. That’s where the Knightrearers come in!
Knight Bite Ratings based on this
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zlo-sovs-lifeboat · 7 months
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Beastly knights for wild Nights
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The pictures don't do it justice but these cards are beautiful and so cool!!!
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Thank you so much @prideknights for this Christmas present!!!! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜💗
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illustratus · 2 days
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A rare Mediaeval Sword taken from the Mamluk Arsenal at Alexandria during the last Crusade in the second half of the 14th Century
This sword was given as a gift to the Mamluk rulers of Alexandria by the Christian ruler of Cyprus and Jerusalem, King Peter I as part of a gift sealing a treaty. The sword was then forcibly taken back into Christian hands during the last Crusade's victory over the city of Alexandria. Consequently the sword symbolises the history of the time when Christians and Muslims fought for dominance in the eastern Mediterranean.
King Peter I, the King of Cyprus and Jerusalem, launched the last Crusade in 1362 against the Muslim Mamluk Empire in the region. A fleet set out from Cyprus and proved victorious, taking the city of Alexandria with immense amounts of plunder returned to Cyprus, including this sword. Such was the treasure and weapons taken from the captured city that many of the overloaded ships had to jettison cargo.
David Williams, Head of Bonhams Antique Arms and Armour Department, says: "The fascination of this sword is that it has survived some six centuries having been gifted by a Christian King to a Muslim ruler and kept in the famed Alexandrian armoury and then taken by force by Crusaders and returned to Europe. It is a remarkable survivor of the Crusader period."
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hushabyevalley · 5 months
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Wonder what stories could be told from the past preserved. :>
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nynevefromthelake · 3 months
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The green knight🌿
Have spent hours on coloring only to understand that I like the monochrome variant more
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mynqzo · 27 days
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some knights, i call them bumbo and plinko
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beidak-art · 9 months
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Maybe he's not the best, the biggest and the bravest of knights, but the lady of his heart gave him this wreath, and for her he is the best.
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