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Just a few reminders from your list moderator :) [Paternosters] is an e-mail list for people interested in historical rosaries, paternosters, and other prayer
Paternosters@yahoogroups.com
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Apr 1
Vergulde Draak rosary, 1656
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It works for me.  I don't know what to tell you. Sorry. ________________________________ From: Lisa Kirkham To:
Sir David Vavreck
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Mar 19
fingerloop or other tube braid
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Thanks, I gave that one a try, the 5 strand, and the simple 4 strand in worsted yarn to get a feel. Now to move to super skinny silk and see who wins. :-)
FV/Rafaella
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Feb 23
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Re: Clever 8-strand braid
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Greetings, Rafaella; I'm not home to reference my CA on Fingerloop braids, but go the the Yahoo "NarrowworkGuild" group, and someone there should be able to
S A Nalley
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Feb 23
17th century
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Thank you for posting this. It's a wonderful example! Countess Rowan
Sir David Vavreck
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Jan 28
Paternoster Pair
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Greetings, I didn't know if everyone had seen these before, but if hot, here you go again:
silveroak@...
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Nov 27, 2013
shadow-cat.geo
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Nov 1, 2013
prayer bead article
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Anna and I share a supervisor now. I'll have to ask her properly whenever I see her (mostly distance for me so don't get to see dept much), but I believe she's
FV/Rafaella
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Oct 20, 2013
Paternoster?
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I was reminded today that I didn't send this to the group: Third photo down. http://wilsonofwaterbury.wordpress.com/2010/08/16/mystic-seaport-connecticut/
silveroak@...
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Sep 10, 2013
Over the Shoulder - Dumb Question
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What she said - especially about malachite being used as a dye (nope, and powdered dye is a rather nasty toxin, please do not try this at home or anywhere
silveroak@...
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Sep 10, 2013
Over the shoulder
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... And THERE'S what I was looking for, written before I asked. --George/Gerard
ciejye
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Sep 6, 2013
Paternosters at SCA Pennsic War
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Good morning! On Sunday, July 28, 2013, at the Pennsic War, Artisans Row will host a paternoster day from 10 am - 4 pm. We are looking for those who make and
THL Elizabethe Alles
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Jun 24, 2013
Saw this on Facebook
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http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/17.190.306 An ivory piece, with silver gilt. Fascinating piece. Miriel -- http://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePastWearsWell
Miriel
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May 9, 2013
Mid 15th Century European Paternosters
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The fabric object in the Mary of Burgundy Hours looks to be a small pillow to me. At least that's how I'm reading the 2 different fabrics on it. I would bet
uxbridgefox
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Apr 29, 2013
12th century Paternoster manufacture
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... Your friendly neighborhood skeptic says ;) They are making something of a leap here, going from disk-shaped cutouts (which I don't in the least dispute) to
jillwheezul
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Apr 2, 2013
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Black string necklaces
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Greetings, ... There could be a stiffening wire inside it, or it could have been painted with a watered-down glue. Perhaps even starch?? ... I'm also
jillwheezul
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Mar 1, 2013
Knotted cord paternosters
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... Queen Isabella la Catolica of Spain. Hers was a knotted rosary on black cord. It's on display - Mistress Violante has seen it, but no pics were allowed.
Naomi Banta
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Feb 26, 2013
Rosary in Collection of Newark Museum, NJ
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I'm sorry - the link seems only to go to the collections page. However, the Newark Museum only has one rosary available to view in the online collection as of
denchief@...
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Feb 20, 2013
Paternoster des Stephan III. Praun 1585
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Another six-decade rosary! Bud [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Marion McNealy
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Dec 3, 2012
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http://sumittirathyatra.com/images/jedcebgg.php?%RND8%=gpwajewspwlf [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
FV/Rafaella
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Dec 1, 2012
Some rosaries from Illuminations
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My first glance told me that it was, of course, a tassel. After letting a week elapse and the turkey digest, however, I took a second look and I am no longer
gardinladi
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Nov 29, 2012
2 Carved prayer beads from the Rijksmuseum
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I found these two carved prayer beads today. This one is delicately carved, but there is no picture of the inside. Gebedsnoot van Eewert Jansz van Bleiswick
Marion McNealy
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Nov 5, 2012
Hello and suggestion
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Hello group! I dont think I have ever made a formal introduction, but I am Dame Jocelyn of Lutterworth from The Barony of Ayreton (translated Windy City-
gardinladi
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Oct 26, 2012
Paternosterers in Die Mendelschen und Landauerschen Hausbücher
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Hi, Another group recently shared the link to the Germanic National Museum's on-line images of the Die Mendelschen und Landauerschen Hausbücher here
wheezul@...
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Oct 19, 2012
Re: Do you think these beads might be a paternoster ?
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Greetings, I'm wondering if this isn't an "I'm known for my grotesques, but Bishop says they're too fanciful and might lead people astray, so I asked him what
silveroak@...
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Oct 2, 2012
Re: Do you think these beads might be a paternoster?
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My instinct says yes because: 1) the beads are a fixed count between a fancier Gaud 2) the colour red was very popular (perhaps the most popular) colour for
Chris Laning
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Oct 2, 2012
Do you think these beads might be a paternoster?
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I haven't unearthed more about this other than it is a 16th century document, but do you think the beads shown here represent a real paternoster?
wheezul@...
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Oct 1, 2012
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http://www.elitetrades.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/akismet/google.html?bfc=xss.psml&ony=te.jyg&ceom=tiqu [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Yolanda Graham
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Sep 25, 2012
Rings in Paternosters
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THANK YOU, that's exactly what I was looking for, and couldn't remember where I saw it! -Carowyn ... http://www.bildindex.de/bilder/koeln_2576024a.jpg and
silveroak@...
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Aug 17, 2012
Some 16th century Paternosters from Frankfurt Inventories
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... IIRC, if you look at the German version of eBay, "Münzen" seems to be the ordinary word for medals (as in saints' medals and so forth). I wonder why the
wheezul@...
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Jul 11, 2012
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