Eleonora Aggelou

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Baby Raven! - Imgur

i'm trying to set the record straight. This is not a baby crow, it is most likely some sort of water rail chick. I know what baby crows look like and they are very ugly. (I just pinned a baby crow/raven picture so people know what they look like.

i'm trying to set the record straight. This is not a baby crow, it is most likely some sort of water rail chick. I know what baby crows look like and they are very ugly. (I just pinned a baby crow/raven picture so people know what they look like.

'Guillaume de Machaut. Ballades. Motets. Rondeaus. Virelais' (LP Philips) by Capella Lipsiensis (Dietrich Knothe, dir.). See Discogs https://www.discogs.com/Guillaume-de-Machaut-Capella-Lipsiensis-Dietrich-Knothe-Ballades-Motets-Rondeaus-Virelais/release/6697933.

'Guillaume de Machaut. Ballades. Motets. Rondeaus. Virelais' (LP Philips) by Capella Lipsiensis (Dietrich Knothe, dir.). See Discogs https://www.discogs.com/Guillaume-de-Machaut-Capella-Lipsiensis-Dietrich-Knothe-Ballades-Motets-Rondeaus-Virelais/release/6697933.

Machaut and the medieval apprenticeship tradition : truth, fiction and poetic craft / Douglas Kelly - Cambridge : D.S. Brewer, 2014

Machaut and the medieval apprenticeship tradition : truth, fiction and poetic craft / Douglas Kelly - Cambridge : D.

'Controlling Readers. Guillaume de Machaut and his Late Medieval Audience', by Deborah McGRADY. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, cop. 2006.

Controlling readers : Guillaume de Machaut and his late Medieval audience / Deborah McGrady - Toronto : University of Toronto Press, cop.

Guillaume Machaut receiving Nature and three of her children. From an illuminated Parisian manuscript of the 1350s

Guillaume Machaut receiving Nature and three of her children. From an illuminated Parisian manuscript of the

later 15th century  (1479) Southern Netherlands

later century Southern Netherlands - Bruges British Library Royal MS 17 F II: La Grande histoire César (Les faits des Romains, with additional texts) fol. - birth of Caesar;