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The Early Middle Ages
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  • 1. The Early Middle Ages
  • 2. The Anglo-Saxons in Britain 5th-7th c.
  • 3. The Animal Style
  • 4. Brooch, 6th c.
  • 5. Purse Cover, 620s
  • 6. Gospel Books
  • 7. The Lindisfarne Gospels, c. 698
  • 8. The Book of Kells Celtic, c. 800
  • 9. The Book of Matthew (Xi Rho Iota)
  • 10. The Book of John
  • 11. St. John the Evangelist
  • 12. Christ Enthroned
  • 13. The Franks
  • 14. Statue of Charlemagne, early 9th c.Frankish King, 768-814, Emperor from 800
  • 15. Lorsch Abbey, est. 764
  • 16. Gateway of Lorsch Abbey, 774
  • 17. Compare: The Arch of Constantine, 312
  • 18. The Lorsch Gospels (Codex Aureus) 778-820
  • 19. The Carolingian Empire 800-888
  • 20. The Palatine Chapel, Aachen Built 796-814
  • 21. Monasticism
  • 22. St. Gall Monastery, Switzerland, c. 820
  • 23. Cuxa Cloisterfrom the Abbey of St.-Michel-de-Cuxa France, mid-12th c.
  • 24. Carolingian Art
  • 25. Codex Aureus of St. Emmeram 9th c.
  • 26. Compare: Frankish Brooch, 650-725
  • 27. Ivory Bucket for Holy Water, 860s-70s
  • 28. Plaque with Personification of the Moon, 9th c.
  • 29. Ivory Plaques
  • 30. St. John the Evangelist, early 9th c.
  • 31. Emmaus Scenes, late 9th c.
  • 32. Christ and the Apostles, late 9th c.
  • 33. The Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church, 9th c.

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