Lec 16 terms - ART 202 Medieval Art Lecture 16 (9/28/07)...

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ART 202 Medieval Art Fall 2007 Lecture 16 (9/28/07) Left over terms from Wednesday’s lecture: millefiori technique Hiberno-Saxon circle-intersected or wheel cross carpet page New terms: Aldred colophon Eadfrith Ethelwald, Billfrith Carolingian Charles the Great, better known as Charlemagne Aachen Carolingian Renaissance Odo of Metz Works to be discussed today in lecture: FINISH Belt Buckle , c. 625, from Sutton Hoo burial, gold Hinged Gold Shoulder Clasp , c. 625, from Sutton Hoo burial, gold with enamel Hiberno-Saxon Art Celts, Scots, Picks Cross of Muiredach , at Moasterboice, 923 Ireland Inscription on cross dating it specifically to 923 Stone 18’ tall Has the Last Judgment on the East side and the Crucifixion on the West Last Judgment Holding cross and a blooming rod suggesting his victory over death St. Michael with scales to weigh souls Earliest carved representation of this image On left arm are the saved and the right the damned On vertical: the adoration of the magi Moses striking the rock and bringing forth water David fighting goliath 4 figures: Adam and Eve and Cain and Able Crucifixion many less figures High cross – monumental cross outside in stone Found in Ireland and N England from 8 th to 10 th cent
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Rather unique for this time period. Most things being made are
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Lec 16 terms - ART 202 Medieval Art Lecture 16 (9/28/07)...

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