Illustrations from

St John's College, Psalter MS K.30, North Midlands, England, c.1190-1200

Initial I showing a mailed man holding up a banner bearing the name Golie, from f.57r.

Initial D showing a man with a sword, from f.116r.

Initial D showing a man with an axe, from f.117v.

St John's College Cambridge

The Kalendar looks like that of an English dependency of a French abbey.

   On the fore edges are painted shields, now very faint: one has Or some lions rampant Gules, another apparently Gules a lion rampant Sable or Azure.

See also:
Lorvão Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, Portugal, 1189
The Murder of Thomas Becket, Wall Painting in Santa Maria de Terrassa, Catalonia, Spain, c1180-1200
Massacre of the Innocents, Ingeborg Psalter, Northern France, c.1195AD
Sicilians & Germans in the Liber ad honorem Augusti by Pietro da Eboli, c.1197
Other 12th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers