Kunera, late medieval badges and ampullae
Badges and ampullae surface regularly in riverfront deposits and old city centers. These little known objects are the material witnesses to the rich and fascinating visual world of the late Middle Ages. Often only unique copies or – in rare instances – some duplicates of the same mould were passed down, even though the objects were mass-produced at the time.Over Kunera →
Symposium on September 29
You may register for the Kunera symposium on September 29!
Symposium Kunera and Badge Research
At last we can officially demonstrate the new Kunera website on Thursday 29 September. The new application is also an occasion to present recent badge research.
New badges in Kunera
Recently Kunera included 6.000 objects from the documentation of Hendrik Jan van Beuningen. The data is now online for everyone to search and browse. Hendrik Jan van Beuningen's lifework and its meaning for Kunera will be the center of attention during a symposium on Thursday 29 September.