Venice, as rendered by Ottoman admiral & cartographer Piri Reis in his "Kitab-i Bahriye" (Bokok of the Sea), a book of portolan charts & sailing directions produced in the early century. via islamic arts
Mughal dream painting of Jahangir shooting his non-Mughal rival Malik Ambar through the head. Malik was an African ex-slave who in 1560 ruled a Deccan kingdom. Ambar actually died at 80 a natural death. Freer Gallery of Art, D.
1450 - 1455 By Pisanello, wounded knight, armour is already stripped, he wears mail skirt and shortened hauberk over a tightly fitting arming garment. I like the way the "round" tent is shown to be multi-sided.