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Unformatted text preview: 12.3.07 28/01/2008 13:42:00 - Anglo-Saxon - Easily transportable art - Very abstract Sutton Hoo ship burial - Fully buried ship - Found in 1930s - Discovered soil is so acidic it had eaten away organic remains - Wood turned into dirt - Metal objects king had been buried with survived - Buckles - Weapons - Knife/knife casing - Coins - Sutton hoo purse lid c. 655 - Cloissone - (cell) goldsmith building up golden cells on surface - interlace - line wrapped around itself, common in Anglo-Saxon art culture - enamel - - Gold and gemstones survived - Hinges sown on so lid could be connected to bag Lindisfarne, England - Monasticism - Withdrawing from society to worship god and devote self to prayer- St. Benedict - Italian St. from 6th century, first to write in detail the way an ideal - St....
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- Winter '08