Tuesday, September 2, 2014


September blowe soft, Till fruite be in loft. Forgotten, month past, Doe now at the last. —T. Tusser (image from the Getty).

Threshing grain in September (BL Lansdowne 383 f.7). In Old English this month is called Hærfestmonað or Haligmonað. (https://twitter.com/ClerkofOxford)

 Les Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry Septembre
  Sep 1
Calendar leaf for September, Jean Bourdichon, Hours of Louis XII, Lewis E M 11:22

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