This one isn't about music or performance. I am simply much enamored of shiny things, and this very shiny indeed (it's gold!) seal matrix from the 7th century caught my eye.
I love both sides of it - the stylized but still jubilant long-haired figure on the front (the museum says anyone from Jesus to Woden has been suggested, but... hey, maybe it's Bathild? The lady whose name is written all around?) and the more personal scene on the back. The BBC notes that, as one might expect, most believe the very excited man and the woman are Clovis II and Bathild.
I especially love that they have a cross over their heads: an image that's described as "a fascinating erotic scene" by the Norfolk Museum is also blessed. And why not? They're married, after all. The Wife of Bath would approve, I think.