Medieval London

The Shoes of Thieves (from The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M.736, f. 18v)

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Title

The Shoes of Thieves (from The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M.736, f. 18v)

Subject

Shoes

Description

This is a depiction of Thieves Breaking into the Burial Church of St. Edmund from the Life, Passion, and Miracles of St. Edmund. The shoes on the feet of the thieves are simple below-the-ankle shoes with simple decorations, such as the vamp stripe on the shoe of the thief on the far right of the depiction.

Creator

the Alexis Master, founder of the St. Albans school, and an assistant

Date

ca. 1130

Contributor

Sydney Morris

Language

Latin

Type

Still Image

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Original Format

Medieval Manuscript

Physical Dimensions

274 x 187 mm

Files

Collection

Citation

the Alexis Master, founder of the St. Albans school, and an assistant, “The Shoes of Thieves (from The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M.736, f. 18v),” Medieval London, accessed September 23, 2017, http://medievallondon.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/86.
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