2 edition of eleventh-century English bookcover found in the catalog.
eleventh-century English bookcover
Marvin C. Ross
|Statement||by Marvin Chauncey Ross.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -85,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||85|
M Ross, "An Eleventh Century Bookcover", The Art Bulletin, no 2 (), (Sees filigree as Anglo-Saxon, not Ottonian. Source of GASA entry, weak argument) W Hinckle, "the gift of an Anglo-Saxon Gospel Book to the Abbey of Saint-Remi, Reims", Journal of the British Archaeological Association, vol 23 (), 23, , esp 34 note 4. George Orwell aka Eric Arthur Blair (English, b. Motihari, Bengal, India) - One of Forty-Two different book covers for George Orwell’s book book cover shown above is a Swedish edition, unknown date. by George Orwell with cover art by Michael Kennard. was first published June (this cover is from a later edition).
Book of Hours, Use of Rome (the 'Golf Book'), c. Illuminated manuscripts - The British Library. Shelfmark: Add MS Public Domain in most countries other than the UK The Golf Book is a book of hours: a religious text that contains prayers and psalms for private worship. It was written in Latin in Bruges, Flanders, in the first quarter of the century.7 pins. An engraved shell with a zigzag marking from a freshwater mussel species, collected in the s by the Dutch palaeontologist Eugène Dubois, at Trinil on the banks of the Bengawan Solo River in Ngawi Regency, East Java, Indonesia, is the oldest abstract marking ever Trinil Dubois discovered the first Homo erectus fossil — a skullcap — and other ancient human bones, which he.
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22 (), 83 eleventh-century English bookcover book, and Hinkle, W. M., ‘ The Gift of an Anglo-Saxon Gospel Book to the Abbey of Cited by: Publishing The Art Bulletin. Table of Contents by Decade, page 4 of MARVIN CHAUNCEY ROSS An Eleventh-Century English Bookcover DONALD N.
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Francis Wormald, 'An English Eleventh-Century Psalter with Pictures: British Museum, Cotton MS Tiberius C. VI', Walpole Society. 38 (),pls (pp. 3, 6). Francis Wormald, 'Late Anglo-Saxon Art: Some Questions and Suggestions', in Studies in Western Art: Acts of the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art.