a voir ici :http://www.medievalists.net/2014/06/21/images-medieval-city/
dont plusieurs illustrations du 15eme :
Florentine cartographer Cristoforo Buondelmonti created this map of the Byzantine city of Constantinople in 1422. It is the oldest surviving map of the city, and the only one that predates the Turkish conquest of the city in 1453.
This image was part of a manuscript from the early-15th century. It depicts the northern English city of York.
The Nuremberg Chronicle, created in Germany in 1493, contains over 1800 woodcut illustrations, including many depicting cities all over Europe. This includes a double-page illustration of the city of Nuremberg.
Written around 1487, this pilgrimage guide from Constance to Jerusalem depicts several of the cities along the journey, including the port of Rhodes in the Aegean Sea.
From the Chronicles of Jean Froissart, this image shows Queen Isabeau of France being welcomed to the city of Paris.
This 15th century image depicts the Mongol siege and conquest of Baghdad in 1258.
une ville allemande :
This unnamed town was depicted in a German account from 1467 that told of a journey from Venice to the Holy Land and Egypt
The story of the Trojan War was very popular in medieval literature, which led to many images of the city of Troy. Here is one made in Bruges in the later half of the 15th century.
Une vile avec un fossé :
This early 15th century French manuscript shows a city that has been divided by a crevice.
La ville idéale
Created by the Italian artist Fra Carnevale around 1480, this imaginary city square exemplifies Renaissance ideals of urban planning.
Péco pour les intimes.