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Fresco from the
Church of Sant Quirze de Pedret
near Berga, in Catalonia, Spain, 12th century
Near Berga, in Catalonia, stands the small church of Sant Quirze de Pedret. This church was a Visigoth foundation but in the XII century the choir was frescoed in Mozarab style.
These frescos have been lifted and parts are in the museum of Solsona, the rest are in Barcelona.
Source: The Mozarabs – Their Architecture and Art
See also Knights on the Sarcophagus of Doña Sancha, Benedictine Monastery of Santa Cruz, Jaca, Spain, 1110-1120AD
Privilegium Imperatoris of the Emperor Alfonso VII of León and Castile, Spain, 1142-47AD
Panteón de los Reyes de la basílica de San Isidoro de León, Spain, before 1149
Other Spanish and North African Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers