The Luttrell Psalter and the Making of ‘Merrie England’

Michael Camille shows how the marginal illustrations of a 14th-century psalter became some of our most familiar images of everyday life in medieval England.

Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, mounted, being assisted by his wife and daughter-in-law. Folio 202v.

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