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Title: Early Medieval and Romanesque Art


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Early Medieval and Romanesque Art
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Chi Rho Iota page, Book of Matthew, Book of
Kells Iona, Scotland (?) late 8th or early 9th
century. Oxgall inks and pigments on vellum, 9
1/2w x 12 3/4h (14-1) http//commons.wikimedia.
org/upload/e/ee/KellsFol034rChiRhoMonogram.jpeg
3
Gummersmark Brooch Denmark, 6th century. Silver
gilt. Height 5 3/4 (14-3) http//www.ou.edu./clas
s/ahi1113/slides/08-02.jpg
4
Purse Cover from the Sutton Hoo burial ship,
Suffolk, England. C. 615-25. Cloisonne plaques of
gold, garnet, anda chedcked milllefiore enamel,
L. 8 British Museum, London. http//www.ou.edu./
class/ahi1113/slides/08-03-1.jpg
5
Detail of Purse Cover from Sutton Hoo. Norse Hawk
attacking Celtic Duck. http//www.o
u.edu./class/ahi1113/slides/08-03-2.jpg
6
The Borgund Stave Church. Borgund, Norway c.
11251150 (14-11) http//en.wikipedi
a.org/wiki/FileBorgund_stave_church.jpg (28
January 2012)
7
Map of Carolingian Europe http//www.ou.edu./class
/ahi1113/slides/08-06-1.jpg
8
Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, Germany.
762-805 http//www.ou.edu./class/ahi1113/slides/08
-06-2.jpg
9
Palace Chapel of Charlemagne (14-13)
http//www.ou.edu./class/ahi1113/slides/08-07-1
.jpg
10
Palace Chaple of Charlemagne, Transverse
barrel-vaulted bays http//www.ou.edu./class/ahi1
113/html/ch-08-1.htm
11
Page with Matthew the Evangelist, Ebbo Gospels
c. 816-40. Ink and colors on vellum 101/4 x
83/4 (14-18) http//www.ou.edu./class/ah
i1113/slides/08-10.jpg
12
Crucifixion with Angels and Mourning
Figures Outer cover, Lindau Gospels c. 870-80
Gold, pearls, and gems 103/8w x
133/4h (14-19) http//www.ou.edu./cla
ss/ahi1113/slides/08-11.jpg
13
Christ Enthroned with Saints and Emperor Otto I
One of a series of ivory plaques known as
the Magdeburg Ivories. German or North Italian
c. 962-63. Ivory plaque, 5 x 51/2
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC http//w
ww.ou.edu./class/ahi1113/slides/08-12.jpg
14
Doors of Bishop Bernward made for the Abbey
Church of Saint Michael Cathedral Museum,
Hildesheim Germany, 1015 (14-24) Bronze, height
166 http//www.ou.edu./class/ahi111
3/slides/08-12.jpg
15
Detail Bishop Bernward Doors http//www.ou.edu./cl
ass/ahi1113/slides/08-13-3.jpg
16
Romanesque Europe http//www.ou.edu./class/ahi1
113/html/ch-10-1.htm
17
Abbey Church of Saint-Foy Conques, Rouergue,
France. Mid-11th12th century  
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left, Abbey Church of Saint-Foy right,
pilgrimage plan of the Abbey
19
Reliquary statue of Sainte-Foy Made in
Auvergne for Abbey Church of Sainte-Foy.
Late 9th10th century (p462)
20
Christ in Majesty detail of apse painting from
the Church of San Clemente, Tahull, Lerida,
Spain. 1123 (p468)
21
Church of San Clemente, Tahull, Spain. C.
1100 http//www.arrakis.es/camui/taull.htm
22
Cathedral complex, Pisa, Tuscany,
10631350 (15-11) http//www.personal.psu.edu/st
aff/j/x/jxf17/italy2001/Pisa20cathedral20inside1
.JPG
23
Interior, Nave, Pisa Cathedral 10631100s
http//www.personal.psu.edu/staff/j/x/jxf17/ital
y2001/Pisa20cathedral20inside1.JPG
24
Gislebertus. Last Judgement, tympanum of the
west portal, Cathedral of Saint-Lazare, Autun,
Burgundy, France. 1120-35
25
Virgin and Child From the Auvergne region,
France. Oak with polychrome (15-27)
26
Page of facsimile showing Hildegard's
Vision, Liber Scivias, 1150-1200
27
Bishop Odo Blessing the Feast sections 47-48 of
the Bayeux Tapestry, Norman-Anglo-Saxon
embroidery. Linen with wool, 1066-82
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