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Lec 14 terms - ART 202 Medieval Art Lecture 14 Left over...

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ART 202 Medieval Art Fall 2007 Lecture 14 (9/24/07) Left over terms from Friday’s lecture: John of Damascus barbari (= “barbarians”) Langobards Visigoths—derive from the Scyths Franks King Clovis Anglo-Saxons Celts, Picts, Scots Vikings liege-lord vassals feudalism pantheistic Celtic spiral animal style (animal interlace) polychrome or gem style Ostrogoths New terms: fibula (pl. fibulae) cloisonné or partition work openwork granulation King Luitprand, king of the Langobards stucco relief sculpture Merovingian enamel Works to be discussed today in lecture: FINISH Scythian Birdman , 4 th C., gold Christ on the Cross , mid-8 th C., from Rinnagan, in modern-day Ireland Eagle Fibula , c. 500 (Ostrogothic), place of origin unknown, found near Ravenna, gold on bronze with cloisonné garnets Votive crown of King Reccesswinth (Visigothic), 653-672, gold, sapphires and pearls. Tempietto of Santa Maria-in-Valle , Cividale, Italy, 8 th C. (Langobardian) Medallion with bust of Christ (Merovingian/Frankish) second half of 8 th C., cloisonné enamel on copper West is not condusive to expensive construction and art work. France, Spain, England, etc.
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500-1000 the Early Medieval Period After official fall of the Roman Empire in 476, creating a power vacuum in the west where warfare reigns.
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