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  • 1. EarlyMedieval Art
  • 2. Purse cover, from the Sutton Hoo ship burial(Suffolk, England), c. 625, gold, glass, and enamel cloisonné with garnets and emeralds
  • 3. art of migratory people/predatory subject matter/ interlaced pattern
  • 4. Cross and carpet page from theLindisfarne Gospels (Northumbria, England), c. 698- 721, tempera on vellumHiberno-Saxon, or Insular/ Celtic cross with a transom
  • 5. use of serpents, dragons, and other fantastic animals
  • 6. rubrum (“entry inred”)/ minium/ incipit and explicit
  • 7. varied styles within the Book of Lindisfarne/ sacred act of copying images/ amarius and a scriptorium
  • 8. Chi-rho-iota page from the Book of Kells (Iona, Scotland), lateeighth or early ninth century use ofabbreviations/ chi- rho iota/curves and ripples
  • 9. inclusion of human andanimal shapes
  • 10. High Cross of Muiredach(Monasterboice, County Louth, Ireland), 923large mass and scale/ church above thetransom/ wheel and the circle
  • 11. Animal head post, from the Oseberg ship burial (Norway), c. 825, wood Vikings/ fusion ofinterlaced pattern and the animal form/ gruesome rituals ofhuman sacrifice/Odin, Thor, and Freya/Valhalla/ stave church
  • 12. Two views of the Oseberg ship (Oslo)
  • 13. Left: Wood carvedportal of the stave church at Urnes, Norway, c. 1050-1070Below: drawing of a stave church
  • 14. Equestrian portrait of Charlemagne (Metz, Germany), early ninth century
  • 15. Saint Matthew fromthe Coronation Gospel Book of Charlemagne(Aachen, Germany), c. 800-810, ink and tempera on vellum Charlemagne and Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle)/ reliance on prototypes for artistic inspiration (i.e. theMediterranean style)/ Caroline minuscule
  • 16. Saint Matthew from the Ebbo Gospels (Hautvillers, near Reims, France), c. 816-835, ink and tempera on vellum classical calmreplaced by a frenzy of energy
  • 17. Saint Luke fromthe Ebbo Gospels(Hautvillers, near Reims, France), c. 816-835, ink and tempera on vellum
  • 18. Illustrations to Psalms 43 and 44, from the Utrecht Psalter, c. 820-32 CE
  • 19. Cover of the Psalter of Charles the Bald (St. Denis, France), c. 865, ivory panelset in silver-gilt with filigree work and precious stones rich, decoratedsurfaces/ continued intellectual and artistic endeavors during the Carolingian period
  • 20. Left: front cover of the Lindau Gospels, c. 870, gold Below: back cover
  • 21. Odo of Metz. Interior of the Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne(Aachen, Germany), 792-805modeled after San Vitale/ second- storied throne