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Der Wälsche Gast
Germany, Trier, ca. 1380
MS G.54 fol. 25r

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1) Thomasin von Zerclaere: Text, Der Wälsche Gast, Book 03.12 -- Medallion, enclosing three women, with joined hands, all with heads touching at center of medallion. Two rings with inscriptions corresponding to the women frame the medallion. The first pair of inscriptions reads RECHT DUT HUBSTLICH and HUBISCHEIT DUT RECHTE. The second pair reads RECHT DUT EDELICH and ADEL DUT RECHT. The third pair reads HUBISCHEIT DUT EDELICH and ADEL DUT HUBSTLICH.
2) Thomasin von Zerclaere: Text, Der Wälsche Gast, Book 03.13 -- Man, wearing drawers, gesturing, with scrolls inscribed DER SPIELER and ZUCH ICH BLINDER, sits beside game board with dice on bench with two other men, both gesturing, one with scroll inscribed SICH WIE ER SICH RUFFET.



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