MEDIEVAL TAROT REVIEW
The library of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts provides a crucial source for studying the arts, literature and music, as well as history as well as philosophy and theology that was prevalent in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Western Europe. It is a collection of artifacts that include poetry, musical scores books, and other documents and also texts from the church. In many instances these objects are illustrated with stunning beauty. They give a look into the crucial aspects of the culture of daily life during those Medieval and Renaissance periods.
MEDIEVAL TAROT CARD DETAILS
It is almost impossible for the ardent reader of tarot not to notice the fascinating connection of specific texts (especially the illustration) to the vast range of meanings that are a part of the world of tarot. This is the reason that inspired us to create our Medieval Europe Tarot, a deck of 86 cards, whose striking illustrations are derived from a collection of original sketches by Vladimir Strannikov. Its content of the images are mostly influenced by manuscripts from the XIV to XV centuries.