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Pictures from Medieval Secular and

"Life of Christ" Manuscripts




The Albinos have spent the last several centuries creating fake artifacts and modifying others, to make it appear that the creators of civilizations were Albinos, and thus Black history was actually "White" history. Also too, they wish to hide the Genocide of European Blacks during the late medieval period. These pictures from illuminated manuscripts show authentic and modified examples - starting with an explanation of a modified picture.











Albino Nonsense




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Title: Le livre des quatre vertus (Hymn to the Virgin)

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Origin France, Central (Tours)
Date 1460
Language French
Script: Gothic cursive
Scribe: Pierre le Fevre
Artists: Master of the Munich Boccaccio, perhaps one of the two sons of Jean Fouquet
Provenance: Jean Le Gous, notary and secretary of Charles VII, written for him by Pierre le Fevre, colophon with the date 1460.



Foliate initial



Marcus Tullius Cicero ( January 3, 106 – December 7, 43 B.C: sometimes anglicized as Tully), was a Roman philosopher, statesman, lawyer, political theorist, and Roman constitutionalist. He came from a wealthy municipal family of the equestrian order, and is widely considered one of Rome's greatest orators and prose stylists. He introduced the Romans to the chief schools of Greek philosophy and created a Latin philosophical vocabulary (with neologisms such as humanitas, qualitas, quantitas, and essentia) distinguishing himself as a linguist, translator, and philosopher. An impressive orator and successful lawyer, Cicero thought that his political career was his most important achievement. Today, he is appreciated primarily for his humanism and philosophical and political writings. His voluminous correspondence, much of it addressed to his friend Atticus, has been especially influential, introducing the art of refined letter writing to European culture.




Life of Christ

Origin France, Central (Paris)
Date c. 1460 - c. 1468
Language: French
Script: Gothic cursive
Artists: In the style of the Master of Jacques de Luxembourg.
Decoration 3 large miniatures with full foliate borders including hybrid figures, heraldic arms and mottos, in colours and gold.

Provenance: Charles I de Melun (d. 1468), Grand Master of France: arms and motto 'vous et non plus'.
Nicholas Joseph Foucault (b. 1643, d. 1721), marquis de Magny, statesman and archaeologist: his book-plate with the legend 'EX BIBLIOTHECA | NICOLAI JOSEPH FOUCAULT | COMITIS CONSISTORIANI' with his arms [sable] a lion rampant, dexter, crowned [argent], as supporters two lions [argent]; a couronne de marquis surmounting the shield (inside upper cover).


Heavily Whitenized, but as sometimes happens, the Whitenizer was sloppy, and failed to Whitenize the figures at the bottom of the pages.


Heraldic arms and mottos




Baptism of Christ














(Apparently what Whites were doing with the illuminated manuscripts, was leaving famous Black people as is, because everyone knew they were Black, but Whitenizing everyone else).





















Aarau, Aargauer Kantonsbibliothek, MsWettF 16: 1

Paper · VIII + 1168 pp. · 37.5 x 24 cm · Wettingen · 1576

Silbereisen: Chronicon Helvetiae, Part I

A richly illustrated Swiss chronicle in three parts, comprising three books. The newest and most comprehensive book (Part I) contains the origin and history of the Confederation up to the 14th century. The oldest book (Part II) contains a description of the Burgundian wars of the 15th century. The subsequent book (Part III) describes selected events from the history of the Confederation during the 15th and 16th centuries, such as Waldmannhandel arbitration (1489) and the Battle of Marignano (1515), and contains an illustrated catalog of ordnance captured in the Swabian War of 1499. (pel)





















Additional 14762

Eleazar of Worms
Title: Haggadah for Passover (the 'Ashkenazi Haggadah'), German rite with the commentary of Eleazar of Worms
Origin: Germany, S. (Ulm?)
Date: 3rd quarter of the 15th century, c. 1460
Language: Hebrew
Script: Ashkenazi square and Ashkenazi semi-cursive script, main text punctuated, commentary not punctuated
Scribe: Meir Jaffe (for attribution see, Glatzer, 1991, pp. 140-41)
Artists: Joel ben Simeon Feibush

Form: Parchment codex
Provenance: Joel ben Simeon Feibush, illuminator: inscribed with his name in the colophon: 'My heart counsels me to reply to him who asks and says, who painted these [pages]? I shall answer him: I am he, Feibush, called Joel. For Jacob Mattathias, may he live long, the son of MHRZ, a pious man' ( f. 48v).
R. Jacob Mattathias, first owner: mentioned in the colophon (f. 48).
Purchased by Payne & Foss, April 1844: inscribed (f. [51]).

The Haggadah (Hebrew: "telling") is a Jewish text that sets forth the order of the Passover Seder. Reading the Haggadah at the Seder table is a fulfillment of the Scriptural commandment to each Jew to "tell your son" of the Jewish liberation from slavery in Egypt as described in the Book of Exodus in the Torah. ("And thou shalt tell thy son in that day, saying: It is because of that which the LORD did for me when I came forth out of Egypt).

Khazars – were an ancient Turkic people who appeared in Transcaucasia, {the transitional region between Europe and Asia, extending from the Greater Caucasus to the Turkish and Iranian borders, between the Black and Caspian seas.} in the 2nd cent. A.D, and subsequently settled in the lower Volga region. They emerged as a force in the 7th century and rose to great power. By the 8th century the Khazar empire extended from the northern shores of the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea to the Urals and as far westward as Kiev. Also in the 8th Century, the Khazars converted to the Hebrew religion and made Judaism the State religion. “Itil” the Khazar capital in the Volga delta, was a great commercial center. The Khazar Empire fell, when Sviatoslav, duke of Kiev (945–72), son of Igor and of St. Olga, defeated its army in 965 A.D. After the fall of Khazaria many Khazar's dispersed to northern Europe, mainly Germany and Poland. The Khazar's are the progenitors of European Jewry, the entomology of the term Jew or Jewish probably relates to these people.

Ashkenazi Jews, are the Jews descended from the medieval Jewish communities along the Rhine in Germany. Ashkenaz is the medieval Hebrew name for this region and thus for Germany. Thus, Ashkenazim or Ashkenazi Jews are literally "German Jews." Later, Jews from Western and Central Europe came to be called "Ashkenaz" because the main centers of Jewish learning were located in Germany.



This manuscript is noteworthy only in that it demonstrates - like many others - that White Europeans originally correctly saw themselves as racially different than the Hebrews. We continue to investigate why Whites made the choice to falsely take on the identity of Hebrews and other Blacks.








Additional 52539

Title: Leaves and bifolia from a Book of Hours, containing text for the end of Prime in the Hours of the Virgin, use of Rome.
Origin: Italy, (Bologna)
Date: 1390 - 1400
Language: Latin
Script: Gothic
Artists: Master of the Brussels Initials (active Bologna, Padua and Paris between the end of the 14th and beginning of the 15th centuries)
Provenance: The Acciuaiuoli family of Florence: probably their arms with a swan crest on Add. 69865, f. 5, previously ascribed to the Papafava of Padua.








Additional 20916

Title: Leaf of a Doge's Commission from Pasquale Cicogna to Tommaso Morosini dalla Sbarra as of podestà and capitano of Crema
Origin: Italy, N. E. (Venice)
Date 1587
Language: Latin
Artists: Attributed to the Huntington Master (active in Venice, c. 1580- c. 1600).
Decoration: 1 full-page miniature in colours and gold, of an African man looking at a vision of female personifications of Venice as Justice and Truth, within an ornamental border with cartouches inscribed 'Veritas / De terra / Orta Est / Et Iustitia / De Coelo / Pr[o]spexi/ t' (Psalm 85:11) and the arms of the Morosini dalla Sbarra family of Venice (or a bend azure).
Provenance: Tommaso Morosini dalla Sbarra (b. 1546, d. 1622), a Venetian nobleman and podestà and capitano of Crema in 1587-1588.


Here we are not sure as to the point of the White mans lie. At the supposed time of this picture, The Black Holy Romans ruled just a few miles to the north. And the Black De' Medici's ruled Florence to the south west: making it an absurdity that anyone would think to make such a picture. Logically this picture must be the fantasy of some modern delusional Albino.

Take note of the ear ring: As we know, this is a favorite gimmick of the Albino falsifiers to suggest Blacks as foreigners to Europe. But the man is wearing normal European clothing - European Blacks did not wear ear rings.









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