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Christie No.: 182
Country: France
Site: Lyons: Museum, Musée des Tissus
Object Type: Vestment, miter
Date: second half 13c. - first half 14c.
Dimensions: h. 34cm, w. 31cm (h. 13.3in, w. 12.2in)
Subject Terms:
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Christ
Clara of Assisi
Clergy, Bishop
Queen



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Bibliography: Beaulieu, M., & Baylé, J., "Mitre épiscopale en France des origines à la fin du XVe siècle," Bulletin archéologique, n. s., IX (1973), pp. 70-71, 77; fig. 28

Blocher, H., Die Mitren des hohen Mittelalters (2012), pp. 79, 116, 219, 239, 272-274 cat. 52, 303; figs. 38, 67, 68, 188-191

Notes: This miter is a compilation of English, Spanish, Italian, and possibly German, embroidery fragments from different periods. Only the four barbed quatrefoils depicting four crowned women, in the lowest register, are opus anglicanum. From Blocher, cited above.