The most famous Montalcino art masterpiece is entitled «The Glorification of the Eucharist» and features a vertical work divided into three segments. The lower third depicts a number of worshipping figures seated before the altar, including priests, cardinals and one individual wearing a papal crown believed to represent Pope Clement VII. The middle third shows the altar itself, and prominently displayed in its center is the Cup of the Eucharist emblazoned in glowing light. The upper third of the painting symbolizes heaven, dominated by the three Beings of the Holy Trinity who are looking down on the earthly scene below and giving their blessings. God the Father depicted as a Moses-like bearded old man, God the Son as Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit portrayed as a Dove hovering above the center. While the trinity members is holding each of the antennae with one of their hand. The antennae itself is attached into a sphere object http://unmyst3.blogspot.ru/2011/04/mysterious-painting-of-bonaventura.html
At sunrise on the 14th April 1561, the citizens of Nuremberg beheld "A very frightful spectacle." The sky appeared to fill with cylindrical objects from which red, black, orange and blue white disks and globes emerged. Crosses and tubes resembling cannon barrels also appeared whereupon the objects promptly "began to fight one another." This event is depicted in a famous 16th century woodcut by Hans Glaser. Wiki
For comparison - the UFO photo in our days.
This painting is called “The Madonna with Saint Giovannino”. It was painted in the 15th century by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494) and hangs as part of the Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio. Above Mary’s right shoulder is a disk shaped object. Below is a blow up of this section and a man and his dog can clearly be seen looking up at the object.
On its corners not simply flying objects, and certain capsules with pilots sitting inside are clearly visible.
This can be found in the French book "Le Livre Des Bonnes Moeurs" by Jacques Legrand. The book can be found in Chantilly Condé's Museum ref 1338 ,297 part 15 B 8. Some people say that the sphere is a balloon but there was no balloon in France in 1338.
A tapestry called "Summer’s Triumph", (1538) hangs in Bayerisches (Bavarian) National Museum, and shows a great celebration of the political hierarchy… being watched by what appears to be spacecraft just off in the horizon. The tapestry was created in Bruges, a province in Belgium, that was just beginning a period of financial turmoil at the start of the fourteenth century.