From the Queen Mary Psalter of 1310-20, illumination to Psalm 109 (AV 110). Figures above (one in a tree) cast down palms as Christ enters Jerusalem, and a man lays down his garment in the road for Christ to ride over. Only two disciples are shown. In the initial Father and Son are seated, holding orbs, with the dove of the Holy Spirit between them. Below, St Stephen is shown preaching.
Visconti Book of Hours. Italy in the late 14th century. Commissioned by the ruler of MilanThis particular Book of Hours was created by two master illuminators, beginning with Giovannino dei Grassi before his death, and completed by Belbello da Pavia..
Amherst Hours, "The Flight into Egypt", Walters Manuscript W.167, fol. 60v ~ This book of hours was written in Dutch in the fifteenth century for the use of Utrecht. The Hours of the Virgin and of the Cross are accompanied here by the Dutch translation of Henry Suso's "Cursus aeternae sapientiae," a text that was particularly popular for private devotion in the Netherlands.
Miniature of George fighting the dragon, with a full border with George passing the kings daughter, at the beginning of a prayer to George, in a Book of Hours: Bruges, c. 1500 (London, British Library, MS Egerton 1147, f. 259r).