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  • St. Matthew, Coronation GospelsCarolingianEarly 9th Century
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    • 1. Carolingian and Ottonian Art Reading, Stokstad, 438-451. Range: 700-1053 CE Carolingian and Ottonian Terms/Concepts: Carolingian, repousse, scriptorium, orthodoxy, Monument List  Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne)Ninth century.  Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. Aachen, 792-805.  Saint Matthew. Folio 18. Ebbo Gospels, from Hautevillers. c.816-835.  St. Matthew, Coronation Gospels,Carolingian, Early 9th Century  Doors, commissioned by Bishop Bernward for Saint Michael’s, 1015
    • 2. The growth of the Islamic world (seventh and eighth centuries) came at the cost of the Byzantine Empire.
    • 3. In 732, the Franks, under the leadership of Charles Martel, stopped the Muslim invasion at Poitiers. Poitiers
    • 4. The grandson of Charles Martel is Charlemagne [Charles the Great], and he ruled 768-814. Art from Charlemagne’s lifetime and for a while afterwards is known as Carolingian art The word “Carolingian” comes from “Carolus” (Latin for “Charles”)
    • 5. Charlemagne established his court (seat of government) in Aachen. Aachen
    • 6. Passage between palace and chapel Plan of Charlemagne’s Palace and Chapel, Aachen, 792-805. Palace Chapel
    • 7. Restored plan of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805 Cross-section
    • 8. Restored plan of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. Aachen. 792-805. Entrance. Entrance of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. Aachen. 792-805.
    • 9. Entrance of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. 792-805. Aachen. Throne, Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen.
    • 10. Throne, Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805.
    • 11. Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805. Throne Throne, Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen.
    • 12. Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805. Throne Opposite side, Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805 Altar
    • 13. Thron e Altar Dome Christ Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. Aachen, 792- 805.
    • 14. Interior of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805. Throne Restored plan of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. 792-805. Aachen. Entrance Throne Altar (1st floor) Christ (dome)
    • 15. Charlemagne visited Ravenna and took away an equestrian statue of an emperor. Ravenna Aachen
    • 16. Restored plan of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne, Aachen, 792-805. Plan of San Vitale. Ravenna, Italy. c.520-547.
    • 17. Aerial view of San Vitale. c.520-547. Ravenna, Italy. Clerestory Reconstructed drawing of the Palace Chapel of Charlemagne. Aachen. 792- 805. Clerestory
    • 18. Saint Matthew. Folio 15. Coronation Gospels, from Aachen. c.800-810.
    • 19. Saint Matthew. Folio 18. Ebbo Gospels, from Hautevillers. c.816-835.
    • 20. Saint Matthew. Folio 15. Coronation Gospels, from Aachen. c.800-810. Saint Matthew. Folio 18. Ebbo Gospels, from Hautevillers. c.816-835.
    • 21. Angel
    • 22. St. Matthew Writing His Gospel. Lindisfarne Gospels. From Lindisfarne, England. c.715- 720. Saint Matthew. Folio 18. Ebbo Gospels, from Hautevillers. c.816- 835.
    • 23. Psalms 43-44. Folio 25. Utrecht Psalter, from Hautevillers. c.825- 850. Saint Matthew. Folio 18. Ebbo Gospels, from Hautevillers. c.816- 835.
    • 24. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne)Ninth century.
    • 25. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius. Roman Imperial, Rome, c.176 CE. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne) 9th century. renovatio imperii Romani renewal of the Roman empire
    • 26. Charlemagne visited Ravenna and took away an equestrian statue of an emperor. Ravenna
    • 27. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius. Roman Imperial, Rome, c.176 CE. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne) 9th century.
    • 28. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius. Roman Imperial, Rome, c.176 CE. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne) 9th century.
    • 29. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius. Roman Imperial, Rome, c.176 CE. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne) 9th century.
    • 30. Orb of power Byzantine emperor receiving orb of power Archangel Michael, Constantinople, Byzantine, Early sixth century. Equestrian portrait of Charles the Bald (grandson of Charlemagne) 9th century.
    • 31. Plaque reads (in Latin): THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS Crucifixion with angels and mourning figures, front cover of the Lindau Gospels, From Saint Gall, c.870-880
    • 32. After Charlemagne, his empire split within decades. German-speaking lands were later ruled by three successive emperors, each named Otto.
    • 33. Ottonian Art named after the period corresponding to a dynasty begun by Otto I (ruled 936-973) Otto II (ruled 973-983) Otto III (ruled 983-1002)
    • 34. Saint Michael’s. Hildesheim, Germany. 1001-1031.
    • 35. New TestamentOld Testament Doors, commissioned by Bishop Bernward, Abbey Church of St. Michael, Hildesheim, Germany, 1015
    • 36. Creation of Eve and Adam God introduces Eve and Adam to each other
    • 37. Temptation and Fall Judgment The Blame Game (Stokstad 14-24)
    • 38. Expulsion from Garden of Eden Struggling against the land (Stokstad 14-24)
    • 39. Offerings by Abel and Cain Lamb Grain Cain slays Abel Cain Cain Abel
    • 40. Offerings by Abel and Cain Lamb Grain Cain slays Abel Cain Cain Abel Rebecca and Eliezer at the well. Folio 7 of the Vienna Genesis. Early 6th century. Continuous Narrative
    • 41. Offerings by Abel and Cain Lamb Grain Cain slays Abel Cain Cain Abel The Parting of the Red Sea (Detail), House Synagogue, Dura Europos, Syria, 244-245. Hand of God
    • 42. The Annunciation Mary Gabriel Nativity
    • 43. (Stokstad 14-24) Adoration of the Magi (Wise Men) Presentation of Christ in Temple
    • 44. Old Testament New Testament Judgment of Christ by Pilate Crucifixion (Stokstad 14-24)
    • 45. Three Marys at the Tomb Ascension
    • 46. Gero Crucifix commissioned by Archbishop Gero, Cathedral, Cologne, c.970
    • 47. INRI (Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum) – This is the King of the Jews Gero Crucifix commissioned by Archbishop Gero, Cathedral, Cologne, c.970
    • 48. Gero Crucifix. Cathedral, Cologne, c. 970. Crucifixion with angels and mourning figures, front cover of the Lindau Gospels. c.870-880.
    • 49. Critical Thinking Questions 1. How did Charlemagne present himself as a Roman emperor through his religious and political art?

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