Art of the Warrior Lords, Christian Art, Carolingian Art (1)

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1 Chapter 16 Early Medieval Europe Gardner’s Art Through the Ages,  13e
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2 Early Medieval Sites in Europe
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3 Goals Understand the distinctive artistic traditions of the European  peoples after the fall of the Roman Empire. Understand the chronological placement of this period  following the fall of the western Roman Empire in the fourth  century but preceding the Romanesque period of the 11 th   century. Know the different types of art, media, and their respective  cultures. Appreciate the role of Christian monks in preserving and  creating art Trace influences of medieval art styles. Examine the secular and religious architectural forms in the  early Middle Ages.
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4 Northern European Art  Understand the artistic, technical and stylistic traditions of  the northern European peoples. Know the different types of art and the respective cultures  associated with the Merovingians, Anglo-Saxons, and  Vikings. Examine the artistic traditions applied to a variety of  media, such as wood, stone, and metal.
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5 Merovingian and Saxon Art Understand the artistic, technical and stylistic traditions. Know the different types of art and the respective cultures  associated with the Merovingians and Saxons.
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6 Figure 16-2   Pair of Merovingian looped fibulae, from Jouy-le-Comte, France, mid-sixth century. Silver gilt worked in  filigree, with inlays of garnets and other stones, 4” high. Musée d’Archéologie nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
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7 Figure 16-3  Purse cover, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial in Suffolk, England, ca. 625. Gold, glass, and cloisonné garnets, 7  1/2” long. British Museum, London.      
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Belt buckle, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial in Suffolk, England, ca. 625. Gold, 5 1/4" long. British Museum,  London. 8
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