The Dreme of Scipioun

The Dreme of Scipioun

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Then shewed he him the litel erthe, that heer is,
At regard of the hevenes quantite;
And after shewed he him the nyne speres,
And after that the melodye herde he
That cometh of thilke speres thryes thre,
That welle is of musyk and melodye
In this world heer, and cause of armonye
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-The Parlement of Foules,1381-1382 by Geoffrey Chaucer

Pattern adapted from the Great Mosque of Damascus, Syria ca.715 CE

original: watercolor and acrylic

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