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Early Medieval - 1. Anglo Saxon/Celtic 5 th -9th Sutton Hoo purse cover 630 Cloisonné Tipperary Cross 8 th Book of Durrow 7 th Book of Kells 9 th Tetramorph Viking 800-1000 Thor, Odin, Frigg, Valhalla Oseberg Ship Burial & post 9 th Rune stones 9 th Jelling Stone 10 th.

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Early medieval 1
Early Medieval - 1

  • Anglo Saxon/Celtic 5th-9th

  • Sutton Hoo purse cover 630

  • Cloisonné

  • Tipperary Cross 8th

  • Book of Durrow 7th

  • Book of Kells 9th

  • Tetramorph

  • Viking 800-1000

  • Thor, Odin, Frigg, Valhalla

  • Oseberg Ship Burial & post 9th

  • Rune stones 9th

  • Jelling Stone 10th


Early medieval 2
Early Medieval 2

  • Carolingian 8th-9th

  • Charlemagne

  • Roland

  • Aachen, Palace Chapel 9th

  • Odo of Metz

  • monasticism

  • St. Gall, Monastery 9th,

  • Coronation Gospels 8th

  • Ebbo Gospels 9th

  • Linadau Gospels Book cover

  • Tetra morphs

  • Ottonian 10-11th

  • St. Michaels of Hildesheim 1015

  • Alternating support system

  • westwork

  • Bishop Bernward, Bronze doors

  • Gero Crucifix, Hitda Gospels

  • Gospel Book Otto III c. 1000


Early medieval europe 500ce 1100ce

Early MedievalEurope500ce - 1100ce


Celtic spain italy carolingian ottonian
CelticSpainItalyCarolingianOttonian



Beowulf !

epic 9th in Old English



Frankish fibula 5 7 th century s ilver gilt
Frankish Fibula5-7th centurysilver gilt


Gummersmark brooch denmark 6 th century silver gilt height 5 75
Gummersmark BroochDenmark 6th centurysilver giltheight 5.75 “



Purse cover

Sutton Hoo burial ship c.615-30

length 8”

Detail of millefiore →








Muiredach cross

10th century



The illuminated page codex folio parchment or vellum
The illuminated pagecodexfolioparchment or vellum







XPI

Chi Rho Iota







THE GERONA BEATUS

Spain, 975 ce

  • Illuminator : ENDE

  • scribe: EMERITIUS


Scandinavia:

The Vikings


Denmark-

Sweden

c. 600AD


Burial ship c. 815 – 20 Oseberg, Norway wood length : 75 ½ ‘


Animal Post c. 815 – 20 Oseberg, Norway wood



Dynna Stone 9-10th

Gunnv�r, �XX?’s daughter,

made a bridge

in memory of her daughter xx?

She was the most skilful girl

in Ha�aland


a picture stone

Warrior Entering Valhalla, Gotland

Sweden

8-9th century

(repainted)


Jelling stone 10 th century
Jelling Stone 10 th century



Urnes animal style 11 th century wood carving on christian church
Urnes “animal style”11th century wood carvingon Christian Church



B o o k s
B O O K S

Charlemagne 8-9th centuries

  • Charlemagneordered simple, uniform, legible Latin script

  • Majuscules or CAPITALS were used for very formal text

  • Minuscules or lower casewere used for everyday writings

  • Easy to read but no punctuation marks or spaces between words


Charlemagne
Charlemagne

9th century left, 14th century right


Charlemagne the song of roland
Charlemagne & the Song of Roland

Chartres Cathedral, 12th century


interior

Aachen, Palace Chapel of Charlemagne

By Odo of Metz

805 ce


Ravenna 6 th - Aachen 9th

Charlemagne chapel



A page with Mark the Evangelist

Book of Mark

Godescalc Evangelistary (781 – 83)

ink and colours on valium

12 ½ “ x 8 ½ “

Monastery of St. Gall, Switzerland, 9th century


A page with Mark the Evangelist

Book of Mark

Godescalc Evangelistary (781 – 83)

ink and colours on valium

12 ½ “ x 8 ½ “


B o o k s1
B O O K S

  • Charlemagneordered simple, uniform, legible Latin script

  • Majuscules or CAPITALS were used for very formal text

  • Minuscules or lower casewere used for everyday writings

  • Easy to read but no punctuation marks or spaces between words



Coronation Gospels 810, Matthew & John

Book of Mark

Godescalc Evangelistary (781 – 83)

ink and colours on valium

12 ½ “ x 8 ½ “


Ebbo verses Coronation 9th

Book of Matthew Ebbo Gospels c.816 – 35 I

nk, gold & colours on vellum 10 ¼ “ x 8 ¾ “


a page with Matthew the Evangelist

Book of Matthew Ebbo Gospels c.816 – 35 I

gold & on vellum 10 “ x 8 “


Crucifixion with Angels and Mourning Figures,

Outer Cover of the Lindau Gospels, c. 870-80

gold, pearls & gems


Ottonian europe
Ottonian Europe


Ottonian europe1
Ottonian Europe

10-early 11th centuries

Henry I

Otto I

Otto II

Otto III

Henry II


Otto I Presenting Magdeburg Cathedral to Christ c.962 - 73

1 of 19

ivory 5 x 4“

Christ, Saints, Otto I , ivory, 5x4”


Otto 11 & Theophana

Otto II 973-83 -- Otto II Marries Theophana, Byzantine princess



Church of St, Michael’s of Hildesheim c. 1001-1031

WESTWORK

(façade)

Germany

begun 961

consecrated 973




Alternating support system

Church of

Cyriakus,

961

Alternating

Support

System


Doors of Bishop Bernward 1015

Bronze Doors,

St, Michael’s of Hildesheim c. 1015

16’

Bishop Bernward

16’

Abbey Church of St. Michael,



Detail of doors:

Adam and Eve


Detail of doors:

Adam and Eve


Detail of doors:

Adam and Eve


Doors of Bishop Bernward 1015

Abbey Church of St. Michael, Hildesheim, Germany Bronze height 16 ½ ‘


Gospels of Otto III ink & color on vellum 8 x 6

Gospel of Otto III c. 1000, 13 x 9”


St. Luke, Gospel Book Otto III ink & color on vellum 8 x 6


Hilda Gospels ink & color on vellum 8 x 6

early 11th century


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